• Solar radiation change?

    Having trouble with this question...please help! How would the amount of incoming solar radiation change at the equator if Earth's axis was vertical instead of tilted? a. Incoming solar radiation would decrease b. Incoming solar radiation would be the same as at present c. Incoming solar radiation would increase d. Incoming solar... show more
    Having trouble with this question...please help! How would the amount of incoming solar radiation change at the equator if Earth's axis was vertical instead of tilted? a. Incoming solar radiation would decrease b. Incoming solar radiation would be the same as at present c. Incoming solar radiation would increase d. Incoming solar radiation would be blocked
    1 answer · Earth Sciences & Geology · 6 years ago
  • Cosmic features in order of size?

    List these cosmic features in order of size, beginning with the largest: star, planet, galaxy, universe Is it: Universe, Galaxy, Star, Planet?
    List these cosmic features in order of size, beginning with the largest: star, planet, galaxy, universe Is it: Universe, Galaxy, Star, Planet?
    1 answer · Astronomy & Space · 6 years ago
  • Hypothesis, prediction, observation, theory?

    Luis and Walter Alvarez suggested the dinosaurs became extinct when an asteroid collided with the earth. They noted that (the rare element iridium was present in 66 million year old rock layers.) The text in parenthesis is an example of: a . a hypothesis b. a prediction c. an observation d. a theory I think it is A. Hypothesis ....is this right?
    Luis and Walter Alvarez suggested the dinosaurs became extinct when an asteroid collided with the earth. They noted that (the rare element iridium was present in 66 million year old rock layers.) The text in parenthesis is an example of: a . a hypothesis b. a prediction c. an observation d. a theory I think it is A. Hypothesis ....is this right?
    3 answers · Earth Sciences & Geology · 6 years ago
  • Geocentric and heliocentric?

    The moon has what type of orbit? a. Geocentric b. Heliocentric c. Both geocentric and heliocentric d. neither geocentric or heliocentric I think it is a. Geocentric??
    The moon has what type of orbit? a. Geocentric b. Heliocentric c. Both geocentric and heliocentric d. neither geocentric or heliocentric I think it is a. Geocentric??
    1 answer · Earth Sciences & Geology · 6 years ago
  • Inductive and Deductive reasoning in Earth Science?

    During orientation Amy learned that all classrooms on campus were air conditioned. She decided to bring a sweatshirt to class even on the hottest days. What type of reasoning did Amy use? a. Inductive reasoning b. Deductive reasoning c. Both inductive and deductive reasoning d. Neither inductive nor deductive reasoning I think it is a.... show more
    During orientation Amy learned that all classrooms on campus were air conditioned. She decided to bring a sweatshirt to class even on the hottest days. What type of reasoning did Amy use? a. Inductive reasoning b. Deductive reasoning c. Both inductive and deductive reasoning d. Neither inductive nor deductive reasoning I think it is a. Inductive reasoning.....is this right?
    1 answer · Homework Help · 6 years ago
  • Help with a earth science question?

    Kathie studied the geology of several Hawaiin volcanoes and used her data to predict the potential dangers from the eruption of similar volcanoes on the Galapagos Islands. What type of reasoning did she apply? a. Inductive reasoning b. Deductive reasoning c. Both inductive and deductive reasoning d. neither inductive nor deductive... show more
    Kathie studied the geology of several Hawaiin volcanoes and used her data to predict the potential dangers from the eruption of similar volcanoes on the Galapagos Islands. What type of reasoning did she apply? a. Inductive reasoning b. Deductive reasoning c. Both inductive and deductive reasoning d. neither inductive nor deductive reasoning I think it is c. both inductive and deductive reasoning but I am not 100% sure
    1 answer · Earth Sciences & Geology · 6 years ago
  • Earth science the likelihood that planets exist like earth?

    Based on your knowledge of the Earth’s spheres, the planets in our solar system, and the cosmos in general, speculate about the likelihood that extra-solar planets exist with atmospheres, hydrospheres, geospheres, and biospheres similar to Earth’s. Explain your speculation.
    Based on your knowledge of the Earth’s spheres, the planets in our solar system, and the cosmos in general, speculate about the likelihood that extra-solar planets exist with atmospheres, hydrospheres, geospheres, and biospheres similar to Earth’s. Explain your speculation.
    8 answers · Astronomy & Space · 6 years ago
  • Finding the area of a circle in terms of pi?

    How to find the are of a circle in terms of pi with an area of 3/4 in.
    How to find the are of a circle in terms of pi with an area of 3/4 in.
    7 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • Graphing and finding the perimeter in coordinate geometry?

    Graph each figure in the coordinate plane. Find each perimeter. 1. x(0,2), y(4,1), Z(-2,-1) 2. a(-4,-1), B(4,5), C(4,-2)
    Graph each figure in the coordinate plane. Find each perimeter. 1. x(0,2), y(4,1), Z(-2,-1) 2. a(-4,-1), B(4,5), C(4,-2)
    3 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • Help with perimeter and circumference?

    Find the perimeter or circumference for each figure with the given information. 1.) The area of a square is 36 square units. 2.) A rectangle's length is 3 times its width. The area is 27 square inches.
    Find the perimeter or circumference for each figure with the given information. 1.) The area of a square is 36 square units. 2.) A rectangle's length is 3 times its width. The area is 27 square inches.
    3 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • Finding the length and width of an area?

    A rectangle of area 350 square feet is 14 times as wide as it is long. Find its length and width.
    A rectangle of area 350 square feet is 14 times as wide as it is long. Find its length and width.
    2 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • Help with geometry question?

    graph each figure with the given vertices and identify the figure. then find the perimeter and area of the figure: J(-3,-3), K(3,2), L(3,-3)
    graph each figure with the given vertices and identify the figure. then find the perimeter and area of the figure: J(-3,-3), K(3,2), L(3,-3)
    1 answer · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • Distance and midpoints in geometry?

    The vertex of <ABC is located at the origin. Point A is located at (5,0) and Point C is located at (0,2). How can <ABC be classified. Which is the correct answer? a. acute b. obtuse c. right d. scalene
    The vertex of <ABC is located at the origin. Point A is located at (5,0) and Point C is located at (0,2). How can <ABC be classified. Which is the correct answer? a. acute b. obtuse c. right d. scalene
    4 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • Help with geometry questions - distance and midpoints?

    A map of a town is drawn on a coordinate grid. The high school is found at point (3,1) and town hall is found at (-5,7) a. If the high school is at the midpoint between the town hall and the town library, at which ordered pair should you find the library? b. If one unit on the grid is equivalent to 50 meters, how far is the high school from... show more
    A map of a town is drawn on a coordinate grid. The high school is found at point (3,1) and town hall is found at (-5,7) a. If the high school is at the midpoint between the town hall and the town library, at which ordered pair should you find the library? b. If one unit on the grid is equivalent to 50 meters, how far is the high school from town hall?
    1 answer · Geography · 6 years ago
  • Help with composition function?

    Write the given function as a composition function using f and g: H (x) = | 1/x - 5 |
    Write the given function as a composition function using f and g: H (x) = | 1/x - 5 |
    1 answer · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • Help with Algebra II operations with functions?

    If f(x) = x^2 + 3 and g(x) = 3x -1 then find the following: a) (f o g)(1) b) (g o f)(x)
    If f(x) = x^2 + 3 and g(x) = 3x -1 then find the following: a) (f o g)(1) b) (g o f)(x)
    2 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • Graphing Lines in Algebra II?

    Give the slope and y-intercept of the given line and then graph it: 1.) x = -3 2.) y + 4 = 0
    Give the slope and y-intercept of the given line and then graph it: 1.) x = -3 2.) y + 4 = 0
    2 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • Help with writing equations for a line in point/slope form and slope/intercept form?

    Help!!! Write an equation for the line in point/slope form and slope/intercept form that has the given condition: 1.) Slope = ? and passes through the origin 2.) Passing through (-2,4) and (-1,-1) 3.) X = intercept = -5 and y-intercept = -2
    Help!!! Write an equation for the line in point/slope form and slope/intercept form that has the given condition: 1.) Slope = ? and passes through the origin 2.) Passing through (-2,4) and (-1,-1) 3.) X = intercept = -5 and y-intercept = -2
    3 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • How to find the slope of a straight line?

    Find the slope of the straight line that passes through the given points or state that the slope is undefined. Indicate if the line through the points rises(left to right), falls(left to right), is horizontal, or it is vertical. 1.) (2,-5) and (-1,1) - is the answer -4 for this one 2.) (7,1) and (7,2)
    Find the slope of the straight line that passes through the given points or state that the slope is undefined. Indicate if the line through the points rises(left to right), falls(left to right), is horizontal, or it is vertical. 1.) (2,-5) and (-1,1) - is the answer -4 for this one 2.) (7,1) and (7,2)
    6 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • How to solve and write in interval notation?

    Help on how to solve and write answer in interval notation: 1.) |2x-1|+7>=1 2.) 2x^2-5x<=3
    Help on how to solve and write answer in interval notation: 1.) |2x-1|+7>=1 2.) 2x^2-5x<=3
    3 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago