Well water is about 70% of a person's body weight. So it would just be .7(150)=100 lbs = E2Central Park is about 1 mi^2. So for simplicity's sake we'll convert that to feet squared (1 mi^2)= (5280 ft* 5280ft)= 27,878,400 ft^2. If the grapevines are 5 feet apart they can be divided into sqaure units to make a grid within central park with each cell being 25 ft^2. So take (27,878,400/25) which gives you an answer of 1,115,136 cells. Assuming that the grapevines sit in the exact corners we can assume that 1 cell has all four grapevines and the rest have only two because two are already counted from a previous cell. So (1,115,135 * 2)= 2,230,270 + 4= 2,230,274. Giving an exponent of 6.
I'm a little new at this so let me try a question.
What is the molecular weight of water in an average 150lb man?
For the first one:It appears there are currently no outstanding questions, so:
Two I would love to see solved my state test last year: (slight variations on them as I cannot remember exact wording)
What is the magnitude of the magnetic field 1 meter from an average tabletop lamp (Tesla)?
What is the magnitude of the electric field 1 meter from the same lamp (Volts per meter)?
Surely, the Barn you speak of is not an actual barn that a farm would have, right?
Here's a question taken from the Athen's Invite last year:
How many Barns are there in an Attometer?
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