Cookie_2046
  • Cookie_2046
At which point will a cloud form? (A) when the temperature of the rising air falls below the dew point (B)when the water vapor forms ice crystals (C)when the temperature of the rising air rises above the dew point (D)when air reaches 10,000 ft IF U DON'T KNOW THIS QUESTION U COULD LEAVE
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anonymous
  • anonymous
are you FLVS?
Cookie_2046
  • Cookie_2046
No k12
anonymous
  • anonymous
What do you think it is @Cookie_2046

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Cookie_2046
  • Cookie_2046
Well, that's the thing i don't know
anonymous
  • anonymous
Give it a guess
Cookie_2046
  • Cookie_2046
Uhh.. C..?
Cookie_2046
  • Cookie_2046
is that wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
mm try again
anonymous
  • anonymous
close but wrong
Cookie_2046
  • Cookie_2046
A?
anonymous
  • anonymous
That would be correct good job!
Cookie_2046
  • Cookie_2046
Oh, Okay Well Thanks For Coming
anonymous
  • anonymous
Np (:

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