# Why is river water less clear at the mouth than at the source? a.because the mouth is warmer b.because the source is colder c.because the mouth has debris d.because the source is warmer

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## Solution 1

Guest #3048
2 months ago

The river water is less clear at the mouth than at the source because the mouth is warmer. The correct option is a.

### What is the river?

River is a name for a water body in which the water flows. Rivers are of different name and small rivers that come out of the big river is called it's tributary. The river is of great importance as it gives us fresh water for drinking and daily use. Dams are also made on rivers. They are also necessary for farming.

River water seems more clear in the source than in the mouth because the temperature of the mouth is higher than the river source.

Thus, the correct option is a. because the mouth is warmer.

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## Solution 2

Guest #3049
2 months ago

Answer: Why is river water less clear at the mouth than at the source?

a.because the mouth is warmer

b.because the source is colder

c.because the mouth has debris

d.because the source is warmer

Explanation: the answer is A because the mouth is always warmer it makes  the water less clear.

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