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* Radius of a sphere with the same mass

* Radius of a sphere with the same mass

The Shape of Raindrops The common perception that raindrops are teardrop-shaped is wrong. (Breaks up into smaller drops). <1mm*. 2mm*. 3mm*. Move the mouse pointer over each raindrop shape to see more details. >4.5mm*. References. * Radius of a sphere with the same mass.

By Audrey
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D < 0.08 cm

D < 0.08 cm

Shape of a rain drop. D > 0.25 cm. 0.08 cm < D < 0.25 cm. D < 0.08 cm. Shape of a rain drop. The shape of water drop remains sphere due to high water tension. D < 0.08 cm. Shape of a rain drop. D < 0.08 cm. Shape of a rain drop. D < 0.08 cm. Shape of a rain drop. D < 0.08 cm.

By MikeCarlo
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METEOROLOGY

METEOROLOGY

METEOROLOGY. GEL-1370. Chapter Six. Air Pressure and Wind. Goal for this Chapter. We are going to learn answers to the following questions: How and Why Atmospheric Pressure Varies? What forces influence atmospheric motions at aloft and surface?

By Thomas
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Air & Aerodynamics

Air & Aerodynamics

Air & Aerodynamics. Topic A. Lesson #1. Read through glossary Mystery Bag activity Complete worksheet Read/ Highlight notes: Is air empty space? Copy the following notes: What is the difference between oxygen and air?

By albert
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Class 3b: Climate and Weather

Class 3b: Climate and Weather

Class 3b: Climate and Weather. Today’s class. Map projection leftovers Air pressure and winds Climate comparisons Weather: hurricanes. Map projections. Project a round globe onto a flat surface Options? Stretch out some areas Cut out some areas Shrink some areas. Map projections.

By Jimmy
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Pneumatic Components & Systems

Pneumatic Components & Systems

Pneumatic Components & Systems. Team 1640 Clem McKown – mentor November 2008. Topics. What are pneumatics? What are pneumatics good for? How pneumatics work The pneumatic system Variations on the theme. What are pneumatics.

By Olivia
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Do Now

Do Now

Do Now. What is the atmosphere? What does the atmosphere protect us from? In which layer of the atmosphere does most weather occur?. Who in the pile has the most pressure pushing on them? Why?. Air Pressure Works in the Same Way.

By tamyra
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Atmospheric Pressure

Atmospheric Pressure

Atmospheric Pressure. Force exerted by the weight of the air above Weight of the air at sea level 14.7 pounds per square inch 1 kilogram per square centimeter. Atmospheric Pressure. Decreases with increasing altitude Units of measurement

By layne
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Air and Flight

Air and Flight

Air and Flight. Mystery Bag. Study the substance/material What is in the box?. We live at the bottom of an ocean – an ocean of air. Approximately 450 kilometres deep, this mixture of gases, called the atmosphere, surrounds Earth and extends far into space.

By fathi
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Unit 2

Unit 2

Unit 2. Force. Force – push or pull. a force always acts in a certain direction ex. if you push something, the force is in the direction of the push. Forces in Nature. Electric force ex. lightning Magnetic force ex. magnetic poles Gravity. Weight is a force. Newton.

By Faraday
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Unit 4 Lesson 1 Elements of Weather

Unit 4 Lesson 1 Elements of Weather

Unit 4 Lesson 1 Elements of Weather. Unit 4 Lesson 1 Elements of Weather. Wonder About Weather?. What is weather?. Weather is the condition of Earth’s atmosphere at a certain time and place. Weather conditions in the atmosphere can be recognized through direct observation.

By wylie
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Sample L E A D Learning Module

Sample L E A D Learning Module

Sample L E A D Learning Module. When students begin to work on a Learning Module, this is the first page students will see. . From here and for the time being, students will click on the For Teachers…LEAD to Learn Modules.

By olathe
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Lecture 1

Lecture 1

Lecture 1. Introduction Organization Syllabus What is Sound?. Instructor: David Kirkby (dkirkby@uci.edu). Introduction. In this class, you will learn: Something about music Something about physics How a physicist thinks This course is primarily intended for non-science majors.

By JasminFlorian
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Chapter 13 Weather

Chapter 13 Weather

Chapter 13 Weather. S6E4-Understand how the distribution of land and oceans affects climate and weather. E.Q.: How do scientist describe and predict weather?. Lesson 1: Describing Weather. What is weather? http://pmm.nasa.gov/education/videos/nasa-our-world-what-weather.

By yazid
(282 views)

Chapter 4 Atmospheric and Oceanic Circulation

Chapter 4 Atmospheric and Oceanic Circulation

Chapter 4 Atmospheric and Oceanic Circulation. Elemental Geosystems 5e. Robert W. Christopherson Charles E. Thomsen. Atmospheric and Oceanic Circulation. Wind Essentials   Driving Forces Within the Atmosphere   Atmospheric Patterns of Motion   Oceanic Currents  . Wind Essentials.

By kaili
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MCAS Review

MCAS Review

MCAS Review. Suppose 20 g of liquid hydrogen peroxide is heated so it completely breaks down into liquid water and oxygen gas. Which best describes the total mass of the water and oxygen that was produced? a. more than 20 g because of the addition of heat

By hei
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Forces in Fluids

Forces in Fluids

Forces in Fluids. Chapter 13. What is pressure?. The result of a force acting over a given area. Pressure = Force/Area What label? N/m 2 1 N/m 2 is known as a pascal (Pa). Blaise Pascal. 1623-1662 French physicist and mathematician

By chandler
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Bell Ringer 2/21 /17

Bell Ringer 2/21 /17

Bell Ringer 2/21 /17. Create a circle map on what you know about WEATHER. Unit 3 Air Masses and Severe Weather. Air Pressure & Wind. Air Pressure & Wind 2/21/2017. Air pressure - the pressure exerted by the weight of air above Exerted in all directions (up, down, and sideways)

By thuraya
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Weather Tools

Weather Tools

Weather Tools. What are they? What do they do?. The Most Common Weather Tools Are:. Thermometer Wind Vane Anemometer Barometer Rain Gauge. Thermometer. A thermometer is a weather tool used to measure the temperature. Wind Vane.

By nay
(172 views)

Elementary Science

Elementary Science

Elementary Science. Science Focus Lesson SC.5.E.7.3 Weather. Polk County Public Schools. SC.5.E.7.3. Benchmark: Recognize how air temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, wind speed and direction, and precipitation determine the weather in a particular place and time.

By woodrow
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