Item CL122001: When the south pole is angled toward the sun, places close to the south pole have a greater number of hours of daylight than anywhere else on earth.

When does a place close to the South Pole have a greater number of hours of daylight than anywhere else on Earth?

  1. Places close to the South Pole have a greater number of hours of daylight than anywhere else on Earth when the South Pole is angled away from the Sun.
  2. Places close to the South Pole have a greater number of hours of daylight than anywhere else on Earth when the South Pole is angled toward the Sun.
  3. Places close to the South Pole have a greater number of hours of daylight than anywhere else on Earth when the South Pole is angled neither toward nor away from the Sun.
  4. Places close to the South Pole never have a greater number of hours of daylight than anywhere else on Earth.