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Problem P. 3793. (April 2005)

P. 3793. In theory at the North and South Poles days and nights last for exactly half a year. In fact, the length of a day (the time between sunrise and sunset) is about 2 weeks longer in both places. Why?

(4 pont)

Deadline expired on May 11, 2005.


Statistics:

62 students sent a solution.
4 points:Árvay Anna, Árvay Zsófia, Berinkei Péter, Cserpán Dorottya, Drozdy András, Elter Zsolt, Fodor 999 Dávid, Fülöp Bálint, Hevesi Péter, Horváth 795 Andrea, Hujter Mónika, Juhász 459 István, Karancsi János, Keresztes Szabolcs, Kőszegi Balázs, Molnosi Zsófia, Nagy 555 Zoltán, Péter Zsolt, Remes Bálint, Sümegi Károly, Szabó 001 Áron, Tinku Szilárd, Tolner Ferenc, Tüzes Dániel, Varga Melinda.
3 points:Deák 666 Áron, Deli Gábor, Engedy Balázs, Győrffy Örs, Hullár Dávid, Kolcza Mátyás Barna, Lakomcsik Attila, Pásztor 001 Attila, Szabó Levente, Szekér Péter.
1 point:7 students.
0 point:17 students.
Unfair, not evaluated:3 solutions.

Problems in Physics of KöMaL, April 2005