Item CL124002: For two places at the same latitude, how much the north pole is angled toward the sun has no effect on the number of hours of daylight the places receive.

Place 1 and Place 2 are the same distance north of the equator.

Does the amount that the North Pole is angled toward the sun affect whether Place 1 or Place 2 gets more hours of daylight?

  1. Yes, the more the North Pole is angled toward the sun, the longer Place 1 is in sunlight over the course of a day compared to Place 2.
  2. Yes, the more the North Pole is angled toward the sun, the longer Place 2 is in sunlight over the course of a day compared to Place 1.
  3. No, how much the North Pole is angled toward the sun does not matter. Place 1 will always be in sunlight longer over the course of a day compared to Place 2.
  4. No, how much the North Pole is angled toward the sun does not matter. Place 1 and Place 2 always will be in sunlight for the same amount of time over the course of a day.