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At higher elevations, the boiling point of water decreases, due to the decrease in atmospheric pressure. As a result, what could be said about hard boiling an egg? a. At higher elevations, it would take less time to hard boil an egg, because there is less atmospheric pressure. b. At higher elevations, it would take longer to hard boil an egg, because there is a lower boiling point, so the egg is boiling in water at a lower temperature. c. At higher elevations, it would take less time to hard boil an egg, because there is a lower boiling point. Therefore it would take less time to achieve the boiling point. d. At higher elevations, it would take longer to hard boil an egg, because it would take longer to achieve the boiling point.

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Czarny333

The right answer for the question that is being asked and shown above is that: "C. At higher elevations, it would take less time to hard boil an egg, because there is a lower boiling point. Therefore it would take less time to achieve the boiling point."

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