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Match the types of wind

Corresponda o texto (clique e arraste)   

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Combine o texto

Trade winds

Westerlies

Polar Easterlies

Clique e arraste

They are high-altitude winds and the most variable winds of all

They lie at the middle latitudes and are variables

They approach the Equator at an angle of 45 and are the steadiest winds on Earth


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