A cone of depression occurs when you drop your scoop of ice cream on the ground on a hot summer day.
As for me, I don't even understand the question. ^^Both of you are correct again however Fuels rating would be more accurate as a church would be a solid building
here is one i have always hated lets see how you fare
Floating a Car
a) Flash flooding is dangerous and many people don’t know just how little water it takes
to float a car. Imagine you own a compact car. Just for fun, since you aren’t old enough
to drive, you decide to fit it in a box that is 16 feet long and 5 feet wide and try to make
it float. What is the area of the bottom of the box?
________
b) You know that an object (such as a 2500 pound car like yours) will float in water if the
weight of the water underneath it is greater than the object’s weight. You remember
that one cubic foot of water (enough to fill a box 1 foot wide, 1 foot long, and 1 foot
tall) weighs about 62.5 pounds. How much will the water in the box weigh if it’s filled
to a depth of:
¼ foot? _________
½ foot? _________
¾ foot? _________
1 foot? _________
c) About how much water do you think it will take to make your 2500 pound car float?
A) 3 inches B) 6 inches C) 12 inches D) 24 inches
A cone of depression occurs when you drop your scoop of ice cream on the ground on a hot summer day.
A cone of depression occurs when you drop your scoop of ice cream on the ground on a hot summer day.
what kind of questions did they ask you about weather in alabama and the carolinas? and what type of scenarios? can you give me some examples of questions they had?At the Ohio State competition they mainly asked about mesoscale convective complex and about current weather like the weather in Alabama and the Carolinas. They also would give you scenarios and you would have to pick the safest and smartest way to deal with it.
2011 States Ohio
6th Meteorology First on my team to place at State!
9th Battery Buggy.
A cone of depression occurs when you drop your scoop of ice cream on the ground on a hot summer day.
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