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Amy, Jake, and Ricky from5th grade North Albany Elementary respond: The
daylight savings time is what time the sun rises and sets each day, and
the photoperiod is the amount of sunlight in the day, and Daylight
Savings time is what time the sun rises and sets, and the reason it does
not effect the photoperiod is the sun rises one hour later and sets one
hour later, so its is the same amount of daylight as before, just an
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Meg, Zach, and Jeff from North Albany Elementary responded: The time
changes but the photoperiod doesn't because when you hcange your clocks
you change it in AM and PM. that doesn't change how long the sun is out.
If the sun rose at 7:30 and the sun set at 7:40 the photoperiod would be
12 hours 10 minutes. then during daylight saving the sun rose at 8:30
and set at 8:40 the photoperiod would be still 12 hours 10 Minutes.
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