A.5000 degrees F
B.6000 degrees F
C.7000 degrees F
D.212 degrees F
D.Nine (around Jupiter)
A.All are explorers
B.All are map projections.
C.All are geologists.
D.All are editors of atlases.
A.A typhoon in the China Sea.
B.A hurricane in the Caribbean.
C.A kind of tornado.
D.Strong winds that blow between 40 and 50 degrees South, in a direction opposite to the winds.
B.Farming for the family
D.Raising cash crops
A.Between the Tropics and blowing towards the Equator.
B.In the Atlantic Ocean.
C.By the Cape of Good Hope.
D.Blowing across Europe.
A.A river in North America.
B.A wind in the Caribbean.
C.A warm sea current from the Gulf of Mexico.
D.The entrance to a gulf in North America.
A.The countries along the Equator are in darkness.
B.The countries along the Equator are at their hottest.
C.The countries along the Equator are at their wettest.
D.The sun shines vertically over the Equator.