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[[five column table]]
| |Lat N | Long E | Winter Thrs | Summer Thrs 
Bergen Norway | 60 - 24 = | =5.18[[degrees symbol]] - | 36.3 | 58.6
Yakutsk E. Siberia | 62.01 = | 129.44[[degrees symbol]] - | 36 7 | 58..4
| | |Long |  | 
Cin. | 39[[degrees symbol]]-07' | 84 30 | 32.09 |  73[[degrees symbol]]
Iceland Reykiavik | 64.08 | 21.55 | 29.02 | 52-9
N.Y. | 40.42 | 74.01 | 31.4 | 72[[degrees symbol]] -1 
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The following table contains the length of the longest day for different
geographical latitudes 

 
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|Polar [[location?]]|Length of longest day
 0 (Equator)|12 hours
16[[degree symbol]]44|13
30 48|14
49 22|16 
63 23|20 
66 32|24 
67 [[??]]|[[strikethrough]]3[[/strikethrough]] 1 Mo
73 39 3 " [[ditto for Mo]]
90    6 " [[ditto for Mo]]  [[circled]] 557 [[/circled]]
Mullers Physics 
Yell M L & Meteorology

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Mean Temperature of the ocean at the Equator 81[[degree symbol]]5 [[circled]]568[[/circled]]do Gulf [[strikethrough]]Stream[[strikethrough]]^of Mexico 870 [[circled]]574[[/circled]]

Northern Europe is thus separated by the influence of the Gulf stream from the circle of polar ice by means of a sea free from ice even at the coldest season of the year the limits of polar ice do not reach the European shores. [[circled]]574[[/circled]]
Mullers Physics
& Metro[[??]]
In deserts of Africa the heat of the sand often amounts to from 122 [[degree symbol]] to 140 [[degree symbol]] F. [[circled]]575[[/circled]]

140
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32
71
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103
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