Asked in Science, Atmospheric Sciences
What are two facts about the troposphere?
- The troposphere is the lowest part of Earth's atmosphere. - It contains about 75% of the atmosphere's mass. - It also contains about 99% of the atmosphere's water vapour and aerosols. - Most weather phenomena occur in the troposphere. - It ranges in thickness from 8km at the poles to 16km over the equator.
What is the difference between 2D and 3D?
2D and 3D refer to the actual dimensions in a computer's workspace. 2D is 'flat', using the X & Y (horizontal and vertical) axis', the image has only two dimensions and if turned to the side becomes a line. 3D adds the 'Z' dimension. This third dimension allows for rotation and depth. It's essentially the difference between a painting and a sculpture.
Is a gas electric generator cheaper than public utilities?
Asked in Literature and Language, Italy
What are other names for Venice?
Venice is known as 'Venezia' in Italian. This is the official name, and the name you will see when you get there. It is also known as Venise in French, Venedig in German, Benétke in Slovenian and other names in other languages. If you are wanting some more poetic unofficial names, Venice has been known as the "La Dominante", "Serenissima", "Queen of the Adriatic", "City of Water", "City of Masks", "City of Bridges", "The Floating City", and "City of Canals".
How do skyscrapers affect the environment?
They affect the environment lots of ways, for example, building a skyscraper where you can plant a tree can definently affect the environment or a controlled demolitions can cause debris and dust take away some fresh air. If we build up rather than out, thereby increasing the population density of an area, some of the effects are: (1) Land is available for use other than housing the people who live or work in the skyscraper and for businesses that are quartered there. (2) Some services, such as water supply, waste disposal, food delivery, retail goods, and repair services, are more efficiently provided. (3) Mass transit--if that goal is sought--is feasible, as it is not in rural, sparsely populated areas. (4) Health facilities and educational services can be more advanced, more varied, and more accessible than they are in rural areas.
Asked in Business & Finance, Definitions
Is CEO and owner mean the same thing?
The owner of the company means who has 100% financial interest over the assets of the said Co. As the name indicates, CEO or Chief Operating Officer is responsible for the day to day operations. Business decisions are approved by CEO. The CEO is an Executive who is paid remuneration along with various fringe benefits by the 苹果彩票网登录 for his rendering service to the 苹果彩票网登录. additional: The owners(s) will often establish a board of directors. The CEO who may also be a board member essentially works for the board of directors and the owners. His responsibility is to manage and run the company. To simply add to the well presented answer, it can be noted that an owner, based on the above definitions, can indeed name him or herself as the CEO and yes will have a sear on the Board. additional: in a corporation the effective owner is the individual or group that owns 51% of the stock. While the minority stockholders are "owners" they can be outvoted on any decision, most often control is exerted via board members. An example is Karl ichan who buys up a controlling or at least a substantial interest in a company and then exerts pressure on the board, often by threatening to dump his large stock holdings and depressing the market for the shares.
What conventions did Shakespeare use when writing his plays?
What is 70 percent off of 145?
What is 4.3 as a percent?
to convert a decimal to a percentage you multiply it by 100 or move the decimal point back 2 times in this case you chose 4.3 which would be 430%Another way to tell is that you have 4 wholes since 4 is in front of the decimal point which makes the 400% the 3 in back of the decimal point would be 3/10 since 3 divided by 10 is .3, times 100 to turn it to a percentage. so .3 times 100 would be 30(%) if you add up the 400% and the 30 % you will get 430%
What is 20 minutes as a decimal?
Why does a rubber ball when thrown from a height bounces and then rests?
First you need to know the forces of energy: elastic force (the potential to be stretched or compressed) normal force (opposite the force of gravity, which is -10Newtons) force of friction (force needed to move an item accross a surface) You also need to know some energies in general: Potential energy ("stored" energy - energy not being readily used) Elastic potential energy (the potential for an item to have an elastic force) kinetic energy (energy built up from moving. Faster = more kinetic energy, vice versa) gravitational energy (The pull of gravity, which is -10N on Earth) energy dissipated (energy lost through heat, sound, vibration, light, or contact with another object) When the ball is held in the air (100% potential energy, since its not moving), or is falling (100% kinetic energy), it has a constant normal force of 10 newtons, while succumbing to earths gravitational pull of -9.8 (10) Newtons. once the ball hits the ground the first time, its kinetic energy (or energy gained from falling [moving]) is converted in elastic potential energy, because it is smacking into the ground and compressing. The ratio for this would be about 75% kinetic energy and 25% elastic potential energy. this means that 25% of the energy used to move the ball has been lost and absorbed by the floor in energy dissipation. Since the ball is always opposite the force of gravity, it must return to its original shape (sphere), so it uncompresses, thus causing it to bounce back up into the air. However, since it is closer to earth and has lost 25% of its energy, it will never go as high as it was released from (unless you intentionally throw it at the ground, but this would give it an additional downward force, causing it to rebound with more energy). Since energy was lost, the ball now has 50% kinetic energy and 50% gravitational energy (because it is not squishing in mid-air). when it hits the ground a second time, it will lose another 25%, and another 25%, and another 25%. If earth had perfect gravity and the world had no friction, the ball would literally bounce forever, but it would soon look like its standing still since we cannot see things on a nano-scale.
Asked in Literature and Language, Word Games
How do you call something that comes twice a year?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Calculus
What is the antiderivative of -cscxcotx?
First, antiderivative = a solution to the indefinite integral therefore to integrate -(csc(x))(cot(x)) first convert it to -cos(x)/sin2(x) To integrate ∫-cos(x)/sin2(x) dx, use substitution u = sin(x) and du/dx = cosx This will make it ∫-1/u2 du and the antiderivative is 1/u +c, therefore the answer is 1/sin(x) + c.
Is NO a polar molecule?
Electronegativity values are useful in determining if a bond is to be classified as nonpolar covalent, polar covalent or ionic. The electronegativities of oxygen and nitrogen are respectively, 3.44 and 3.04 on the Pauling scale, the electronegativity difference being, 0.4. This is a very small difference and the bond is only very slightly polar, sometimes even considered non-polar. One should make the distinction between a polar/nonpolar BOND, and a polar/nonpolar molecule. You can have a polar bond, such as those in CCl4, but the molecule is non polar because of the molecular geometry and the fact that the 4 chloride atoms cancel each other. NO not only has a polar bond, but the molecule itself is also polar.
How many ml is 7 oz?
Asked in Technology
What is the full form of IEMI no?
IMEI - International Mobile 苹果彩票平台 Identity. It is a unique number given to every single mobile phone, typically found behind the battery. IMEI numbers of cellular phones connected to a GSM network are stored in a database (EIR - 苹果彩票平台 Identity Register) containing all valid mobile phone equipment.
Why is black colour associated with evil and white with divinity?
The dark color is associated with the mysterious dark void of the unseen unknown similar to the human ignorance and fear to palisade in one's own convictions to reject the Truth which in religious doctrines was considered evil.Black color was used in pagan rituals/witchcraft to create fear experienced by ignorant people in unexplained phenomenons eg: lunar & solar eclipses-night etc. Biblical and many religious scripture have described evil as dark.Both oral & written literature have described evil as dark eg: Milton-'Paradise Lost'. Darkness is dispelled by light where humans visualize as Truth and associate it with knowledge and divine element.The color white therefore is associated with purity & divinity. These ideas are strongly culturally bound. Keep in mind phrases like "in the black", meaning doing ok with regard to money; not in debt (in the red). Also, in some cultures, white is the color of death. Black is a strong and fashionable color. For women who can wear it, few colors are as stunning. Keep culturally bound assumptions in mind, and keep them in check. There is nothing inherent in any color that indicates or suggests goodness or evil. Think of them and use them figuratively, but keep your wits about you.
Asked in Science, Electrical Engineering
Does limestone conduct electricity?
Metals are very good electricity conductors. Metalloids are half metals, half non- metals which can conduct electricity, but not as good as metals can. Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed largely of the minerals calcite and/or aragonite, which are different crystal forms of calcium carbonate (CaCO3). Therefore, limestone cannot conduct electricity. TheLostJammer