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Consider the following statements: [2002]
1. Ocean currents are the slow-surface movement of water in the same
2 Ocean currents assist in maintaining the Earth's heat balance
3. Ocean currents are set in motion primarily by prevailing winds
4. Ocean currents are affected by the configuration of the ocean
Which of these statements are correct?


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