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Daylight increase is not a linear function.

It is very low at each solstice and equinox, slowly increases to mid term and then decreases again.

Latitude also needs to be taken into account.

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None. There are 1,440 minutes in each Alaska day, just as there are everywhere else in the US.

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No matter where you are on the planet - the day lengthens by four minutes each day, after the winter equinox, up to the summer solstice.

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