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Two of the same plants were grown in different places. One plant got a lot of rain and was planted where there was a lot of sunshine. The other plant also got a lot of rain, but hardly any sunshine.

Which plant do you think grew shortest? Why do you say so?
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The plant that got hardly any sunshine grew shortest because it lacked the energy needed to produce food for growth and development
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