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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. rainbow_rocks03
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    this is the last question of this

  3. rainbow_rocks03
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    I just need help on these 3 PLZ HELP ME SOMEONE!!!!!

  4. rainbow_rocks03
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    @zepdrix @kimbllse777 !!!!!!!!

  5. rainbow_rocks03
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    HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. rainbow_rocks03
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    @kimbllse777 @zepdrix HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. rainbow_rocks03
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    @kimbllse777 @zepdrix yall are just looking around and I am tagging yall!!!!!! PLZ HELP! :(

  8. rainbow_rocks03
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    people that are viewing my board, plz help me!

  9. rainbow_rocks03
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    are yall just going to look at my board or help!?!?!?!?! :(

  10. anonymous
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    the sun's rays are heat energy so the sun is the energy then the clouds form bc of riseing and cooling air

  11. rainbow_rocks03
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    so my answer is the first one on the last question?

  12. anonymous
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    yup

  13. rainbow_rocks03
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    TY now with the fist 2 plz?

  14. rainbow_rocks03
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    *first

  15. AryaVegapunk
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    I apologize I disconnected

  16. rainbow_rocks03
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    it's alright I just REALLY need help on these 2 last ones plz! :)

  17. anonymous
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    ok

  18. anonymous
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    do i get medal? xD lol

  19. AryaVegapunk
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    Did you get all your answers?

  20. rainbow_rocks03
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    yes, all I need is the first 2 that I posted

  21. anonymous
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    #8 and 9?

  22. rainbow_rocks03
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    yes

  23. anonymous
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    oh ok

  24. rainbow_rocks03
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    yeah, so just need help on #8 & #9

  25. anonymous
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    A sea breeze describes a wind that blows from the ocean inland towards land. This breeze occurs most often in the spring and summer months because of the greater temperature differences between the ocean and nearby land, particularly in the afternoon when the land is at maximum heating from the sun. During the day, the sun heats up both the ocean surface and the land. Water is a good absorber of the energy from the sun. The land absorbs much of the sun’s energy as well. However, water heats up much more slowly than land and so the air above the land will be warmer compared to the air over the ocean. The warm air over the land will rise throughout the day, causing low pressure at the surface. Over the water, high surface pressure will form because of the colder air. To compensate, the air will sink over the ocean. The wind will blow from the higher pressure over the water to lower pressure over the land causing the sea breeze. The sea breeze strength will vary depending on the temperature difference between the land and the ocean. At night, the roles reverse. The air over the ocean is now warmer than the air over the land. The land loses heat quickly after the sun goes down and the air above it cools too. This can be compared to a blacktop road. During the day, the blacktop road heats up and becomes very hot to walk on. At night, however, the blacktop has given up the added heat and is cool to the touch. The ocean, however, is able to hold onto this heat after the sun sets and not lose it as easily. This causes the low surface pressure to shift to over the ocean during the night and the high surface pressure to move over the land. This causes a small temperature gradient between the ocean surface and the nearby land at night and the wind will blow from the land to the ocean creating the land breeze.At certain locations, converging sea breezes can cause thunderstorms during the afternoon. On the peninsula of Florida, winds are blowing easterly (from the east) off the Atlantic Ocean and westerly (from the west) off the Gulf of Mexico. This causes sea breezes to converge towards the central part of the peninsula. The air rises, forming clouds, precipitation, and potentially, thunderstorms. These sea breezes are very beneficial to the climate of Florida and along the East Coast. On occasion, these sea breezes are not strong enough and do not converge inland over Florida. When this happens, forest fires are then at risk of occurring if the proper conditions exist with no relief from precipitation due to the sea breezes.At locations near the ocean, temperature variations throughout the year can be very small, or at least smaller than locations farther inland throughout a 24-hour period. Inland areas warm up greatly during the afternoon while the sun is shining down, but they also cool down quickly at night after sunset. More water vapor exists in the air around locations near large bodies of water which absorb much of the moisture from the surrounding water. These locations will warm up during the day, but will remain cooler in comparison to other locations farther inland and will keep the temperature at a comfortable level. During winter, the locations near the large bodies of water will remain milder than surrounding inland areas. During the summer, the sea breezes keep these locations cooler than other locations farther inland.

  26. AryaVegapunk
    • one year ago
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    Summary: At night the sea is warmer than the land so the wind goes to the cooler low-pressure land. In the day it is the opposite.

  27. rainbow_rocks03
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    So is my answer differences in heating or jet stream?

  28. rainbow_rocks03
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    or neither?

  29. anonymous
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    @AryaVegapunk i gave her da full explaination

  30. anonymous
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    differences in heating

  31. AryaVegapunk
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    @mathwiz916 I know. it's your credit

  32. rainbow_rocks03
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    TY!!

  33. rainbow_rocks03
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    now #9 ?

  34. anonymous
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    @AryaVegapunk XD

  35. rainbow_rocks03
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    @mathwiz916 ?

  36. anonymous
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    ok just a sec itl take me a min of typeing

  37. rainbow_rocks03
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    ok

  38. rainbow_rocks03
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    just as long as you type it I will be fine lol

  39. anonymous
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    lol i just noticed that the answer is in my other explaination lol i typed a bunch of stuff for zilch xD

  40. rainbow_rocks03
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    ok? :/ lol

  41. anonymous
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    At night, the roles reverse. The air over the ocean is now warmer than the air over the land. The land loses heat quickly after the sun goes down and the air above it cools too. This can be compared to a blacktop road. During the day, the blacktop road heats up and becomes very hot to walk on. At night, however, the blacktop has given up the added heat and is cool to the touch. The ocean, however, is able to hold onto this heat after the sun sets and not lose it as easily. This causes the low surface pressure to shift to over the ocean during the night and the high surface pressure to move over the land. This causes a small temperature gradient between the ocean surface and the nearby land at night and the wind will blow from the land to the ocean creating the land breeze.At certain locations, converging sea breezes can cause thunderstorms during the afternoon. On the peninsula of Florida, winds are blowing easterly (from the east) off the Atlantic Ocean and westerly (from the west) off the Gulf of Mexico. This causes sea breezes to converge towards the central part of the peninsula. The air rises, forming clouds, precipitation, and potentially, thunderstorms. These sea breezes are very beneficial to the climate of Florida and along the East Coast. On occasion, these sea breezes are not strong enough and do not converge inland over Florida. When this happens, forest fires are then at risk of occurring if the proper conditions exist with no relief from precipitation due to the sea breezes.At locations near the ocean, temperature variations throughout the year can be very small, or at least smaller than locations farther inland throughout a 24-hour period. Inland areas warm up greatly during the afternoon while the sun is shining down, but they also cool down quickly at night after sunset. More water vapor exists in the air around locations near large bodies of water which absorb much of the moisture from the surrounding water. These locations will warm up during the day, but will remain cooler in comparison to other locations farther inland and will keep the temperature at a comfortable level. During winter, the locations near the large bodies of water will remain milder than surrounding inland areas. During the summer, the sea breezes keep these locations coole

  42. rainbow_rocks03
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    JESUS CHRIST!!! THAT IS ALOT OF WORDS!

  43. anonymous
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    LOL

  44. rainbow_rocks03
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    Is my answer off shore;land ?

  45. anonymous
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    The ocean, however, is able to hold onto this heat after the sun sets and not lose it as easily. This causes the low surface pressure to shift to over the ocean during the night and the high surface pressure to move over the land. This causes a small temperature gradient between the ocean surface and the nearby land at night and the wind will blow from the land to the ocean creating the land breeze.

  46. rainbow_rocks03
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    So what would my answer be?

  47. anonymous
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    off shore;land

  48. anonymous
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    u understand?

  49. rainbow_rocks03
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    So I was right?

  50. anonymous
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    yup

  51. rainbow_rocks03
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    and I think so? TY SOOOOOOOO MUCH!!

  52. anonymous
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    @Directrix did i do a good job helping her? id like your opinion

  53. Directrix
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    @mathwiz916 The OP has to make that decision. Because the OP posted this: >>TY SOOOOOOOO MUCH!! I get the impression that she is pleased with your work and you did give an explanation. That looks good to me. I can't verify the answers.

  54. anonymous
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    @Directrix Thanks alot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  55. Directrix
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    You are welcome.

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