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Problem: If the direction of Earth's rotation reversed, the most predictable effect would bea. a big change in the length of the year.b. winds blowing from west to east along the equator.c. a loss of seasonal variation at high latitudes.d. the elimination of ocean currents.

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If the direction of Earth's rotation reversed, the most predictable effect would be

a. a big change in the length of the year.

b. winds blowing from west to east along the equator.

c. a loss of seasonal variation at high latitudes.

d. the elimination of ocean currents.

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