Physics
yvonneburnett
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What causes places near the equator to receive more direct sunlight than the poles. The poles are farther away from the sun than the equator The tilt of the Earth on its axis Places far away from the equator have more cloud cover which blocks the sun's light Places far away from the equator have more wind that cools the air

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nandogaga

Because the equator is at the thickest part of the Earth, the answer would be A.  The poles are farthr away from the sun 

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