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temperatures from normal Earth temperatures between January 1990 and Jfu'lUary1995.

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## Earth's average monthly temperature for October 1990 was approximately

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## 'What was the approximate change in relative hu...'11idityfrom 12 noon to 4 p.m.?

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A large amount of latent heat is absorbed b:'f V/hen 1 gram of liquid water at OC Celsius
water during freezes to form ice, how many total calories of
(3) condensation heat are lost the water?
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