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rainbow_rocks03

  • one year ago

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

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  1. rainbow_rocks03
    • one year ago
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  2. anonymous
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    back

  3. rainbow_rocks03
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    thank god!!!

  4. anonymous
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    can u copy and paste the qestions here so we dont have to go back and forth?

  5. rainbow_rocks03
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    all I need is the explanation so I can uderstand and the answers so can finish this class and go on to the next

  6. anonymous
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    im so sorry my mom u know....

  7. rainbow_rocks03
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    what?

  8. rainbow_rocks03
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    OMG SOMEONE PLZZZZZZZ HELP ME! :'(

  9. anonymous
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    ction transfers heat energy through the air (and liquids). As the air heats up, the particles move further apart and become less dense, which causes the air to rise. Cooler air below moves in and heats up, creating a circular motion. The warm air circles and heats the room. Conduction transfers heat energy through one substance to another when they are in direct contact. The moving molecules of a warm material can increase the energy of the molecules in a cooler material. Since particles are closer together, solids conduct heat better than liquids or gases. Radiation is the heat that we feel coming from a hot object. It warms the air using heat waves (infrared waves) that radiate out from the hot object in all directions until it is absorbed by other objects. Transfer of heat by radiation travels at the speed of light and goes great distances. With a log fire, the air in the room above the fire is heated and rises to create convection currents. The heat felt directly from the fire is transmitted to us through radiation. Conduction helps to keep a fire going by transferring heat energy directly from the wood to neighbouring wood in the fire

  10. trwatkins1
    • one year ago
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    ._.

  11. anonymous
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    @rainbow_rocks03 you got it?

  12. rainbow_rocks03
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    So my answer would be radiation;Convection @mathwiz916 ?

  13. anonymous
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    yup

  14. rainbow_rocks03
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    TY! can you PLZ help me with the other questions?

  15. anonymous
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    sure:P

  16. rainbow_rocks03
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    well they are on there

  17. anonymous
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    do u mind me giveing the answer to this 1?

  18. anonymous
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    idk how to explain it

  19. rainbow_rocks03
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    I guess i'll try but I REALLY need help NOW!

  20. anonymous
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    #8 is differences in heating

  21. anonymous
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    Latitude and longitude is the most common grid system used for navigation. It will allow you to pinpoint your location with a high degree of accuracy. Latitude is the angular distance measured north and south of the Equator. The Equator is 0 degrees. As you go north of the equator the, latitude increases all the way up to 90 degrees at the north pole. If you go south of the equator, the latitude increases all the way up to 90 degrees at the south pole. In the northern hemisphere the latitude is always given in degrees north and in the southern hemisphere it is given in degrees south. Longitude

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    Latitude and longitude is the most common grid system used for navigation. It will allow you to pinpoint your location with a high degree of accuracy. Latitude is the angular distance measured north and south of the Equator. The Equator is 0 degrees. As you go north of the equator the, latitude increases all the way up to 90 degrees at the north pole. If you go south of the equator, the latitude increases all the way up to 90 degrees at the south pole. In the northern hemisphere the latitude is always given in degrees north and in the southern hemisphere it is given in degrees south. Longitude

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