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rainbow_rocks03

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PLZ help explain, NO direct answers, the questions are the attached file. Will medal for best response.

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  1. rainbow_rocks03
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  2. AryaVegapunk
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    Science questions in the math section... For the first one think of it like this, if you're in a room full to brim with people is it more or less stuffy.

  3. rainbow_rocks03
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    what is brim @AryaVegapunk ?

  4. AryaVegapunk
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    it means a completely full room with no space to move

  5. rainbow_rocks03
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    ok, then it would be more stuffy

  6. happy_to_help
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    This is the explanation for number 6 radiation is the emission or transmission of energy in the form of waves or particles through space or through a material medium. Earth is 71% water and the oceans takes up 96.5%of that water. Earth is not flat.(The answer cannot be A) Continents has nothing to doing with radiation so the answer cannot be C So its between B and D But water doesnt affect radiation so the answer clearly cannot be D So the correct choice is B

  7. happy_to_help
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    Explaination for #5 Prevailing Westerlies are the winds in the middle latitudes between 35 and 65 degrees latitude. They tend to blow from the high pressure area in the horse latitudes towards the poles. These prevailing winds blow from the west to the east steering extratropical cyclones in this general manner. The polar easterlies (also Polar Hadley cells) are the dry, cold prevailing winds that blow from the high-pressure areas of the polar highs at the north and south poles towards low-pressure areas within the Westerlies at high latitudes. trade winds a wind blowing steadily toward the equator from the northeast in the northern hemisphere or the southeast in the southern hemisphere, especially at sea. Two belts of trade winds encircle the earth, blowing from the tropical high-pressure belts to the low-pressure zone at the equator. doldrums a state or period of inactivity, stagnation, or depression. Since it has to go from the US to Canada that is latitude so the answer will be A

  8. AryaVegapunk
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    so then applying that to the problem there is less pressure (less stuffy) at high altitudes means that...

  9. rainbow_rocks03
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    @happy_to_help plz tell me which it is

  10. rainbow_rocks03
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    hello?

  11. happy_to_help
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    6.Is Curved 5.Prevailing Westerlies

  12. rainbow_rocks03
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    TY! :D

  13. rainbow_rocks03
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    what about #4 ?

  14. rainbow_rocks03
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    oh wait for #4 it is more right @AryaVegapunk ?

  15. rainbow_rocks03
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    @AryaVegapunk ??

  16. anonymous
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    @rainbow_rocks03 #4 would be fewer

  17. rainbow_rocks03
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    why?

  18. anonymous
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    bc theres less air pressure

  19. anonymous
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    ill explain

  20. rainbow_rocks03
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    ok :)

  21. rainbow_rocks03
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    plz do.

  22. anonymous
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    bc The pressure at any level in the atmosphere may be interpreted as the total weight of the air above a unit area at any elevation. At higher elevations, there are fewer air molecules above a given surface than a similar surface at lower levels. For example, there are fewer molecules above the 50 km surface than are found above the 12 km surface, which is why the pressure is less at 50 km. What this implies is that atmospheric pressure decreases with increasing height. Since most of the atmosphere's molecules are held close to the earth's surface by the force of gravity, air pressure decreases rapidly at first, then more slowly at higher levels. Since more than half of the atmosphere's molecules are located below an altitude of 5.5 km, atmospheric pressure decreases roughly 50% (to around 500 mb) within the lowest 5.5 km. Above 5.5 km, the pressure continues to decrease but at an increasingly slower rate.

  23. rainbow_rocks03
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    TY!

  24. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Np:D

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