ok, so I guess this is supposed to be really easy, but I just can not seem to get my head wrapped around this... I have a homework question that goes like this. Here is the link to it: http://www.apsu.edu/sites/apsu.edu/f...5_Solution.pdf [Broken] If the link dosent work, it asks:In each figure below (A – F) the Moon is shown in a particular phase along with the position in the sky that the Moon would have at one time during the day (or night). The dark areas on each moon figure show the unlit portions of the Moon visible from Earth at that time. Assume that sunset occurs at 6 pm and that sunrise occurs at 6 am. I don't get the relation between the phase of the moon, the position of the sky that it is in, and how in the world im supposed to be able to determine what time of the day it rises. Perhpas someone knows of a chart of simulation that might help me on this?? My prof used the "moon phases simulator", and made it look so simple, but I am just not getting it :( Help please.