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If light is coming from a bunch of diffent angles how will the plant grow?
Answer 1:

Plants generally grow toward light. If there are different angles, they will probably grow toward where they can get the most light. This is called phototropism. To find out more about phototropism, check out this webpage:

phototropism

There are a lot of neat science experiments you can do to test phototropism. Here's a good science project idea on it:

science fair projects


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