How do the Earth, sun and moon work together?


The earth, sun and moon work together by the moon going round the earth as the earth goes round the sun about its own orbit. The three work together by using their gravitational forces to cause tides. They produce high tides when the moon is between the sun and the Earth (new moon), both the sun and the moon work together to produce particularly high tides. 
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