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I need help with questions 1, 2, 6, 8, 9. I have attached the original assignment, my submitted answers as well as the instructor feedback.

Here is the instructor feedback:

"#1 There are some major problems with your graphs for #1. I have uploaded an example of how these graphs should work, using the data for 40 degrees N (sample earth geometry graph).

#2 As a result of the problems with the graphs for #1, this explanation is incorrect as well (-2)

#6 and #8 - these explanations are incorrect/inadequate. It doesn't have anything to do with the amount of time it takes for the rays to reach the earth. It is about the intensity and duration of radiation. If an area receives a consistent intensity and consistent daylength, it will have a small range of radiation over the year. If however an area experiences large differences in radiation intensity and duration over the course of a year, it will have a large range. (-4)

#9 - you need to be more specific here. Think about what is happening at the equator at these times of the year. Where is the sun? (-1)"

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