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Misconception CLM080:

The equator always receives the greatest number of hours of daylight (AAAS project 2061, n.d.).

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During a day when the earth’s axis is not tilted at all toward or away from the sun, all places on earth would have an equal number of hours of daylight on that day.



During a day in August, of the north pole, the south pole, and the equator, the north pole has the greatest number of hours of daylight.