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Anemometer is used to measure speed of wind, sch that it has cups that rotate showing the speed

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Weather is used to talk about environment and temperature conditions, and the word weather is a noun — the word whether it can be used as a conjunction to choose between either-or. The word weather, which is a noun it is utilized to refer to climate conditions such as temperatures, rain,...Read More

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Altitudeisheightabove sea level. Thedensity of air decreaseswithheight. There are two reasons: at higher altitudes, there is lessairpushing down from above, and gravity is weaker farther from Earth's center. So at higher altitudes,airmolecules can spread out more, andair density...Read More

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Farming, look closely at the question, it said "soil particles," only farming involves soil, Stupid burning doesn't get soil at all. Teachers trick,watch out

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The state of Montana, which is located in the upper northwestern part of the United States and is just outside of Canada. Montana’s nickname is The Treasure State, and there have been recorded temperatures as low as 71 degrees below zero in 1954 and 117 degrees in 1893; however, because...Read More

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what is wrong with this quiz i knoe fog is the rit anser u stgupid dummys!

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There are quite a lot of factor that combine together to determine the shape of the weather. These factors include temperature, topography, elevation (altitude), abundance of water, air pressure, latitude and solar radiation. Let's discuss about these factors one by one: Temperature: the...Read More

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Celsius and Fahrenheit are the two ways of measuring temperature. Both Celsius and Fahrenheit were developed by two different scientists. Celsius was developed Anders Celsius, and it was named after him in the 1700s. Fahrenheit, on the other hand, was developed by a physicist known as Daniel...Read More

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Coastal areas have more consistent weather compared to continental areas. Since coastal areas are near a body of water, which cools down and heats up slower than land. This is why the temperature of a coastal area is more consistent as the body of water (usually oceans or seas can stay on the...Read More

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