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Jenna dives 20 meters into the ocean. How much pressure does she feel? 14.7 psi 44.1 psi 20 atm 3 atm one atmosphere
Weegy: 44.1 psi, 3 atm. At a depth of 66 ft (20 m), pressure increases to 44.1 psi (or three atmospheres) User: As ocean depth increases, _____. pressure decreases temperature increases salinity decreases density increases User: Surface water is ____ deep-ocean water. warmer than the same tempature as coler than Weegy: Surface water is warmer deep-ocean water. (More)
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The trade winds are found near the _____. poles middle latitudes high latitudes equator
Weegy: The answer is D. Equator. User: The Coriolis effect causes surface ocean currents to _____. flow in straight lines between the poles bend and curve around the planet move more quickly than deep ocean currents sink toward the ocean floor, then rise again to the surface Weegy: B User: Surface currents are driven by _____. wind density salinity temperature Weegy: wind User: Upwelling _____. only happens in the open sea happens when water sinks toward the ocean floor happens when water rises to replace moving surface water is caused by breaks or disruptions in a longshore current Weegy: C)happens when water rises to replace moving surface water User: In the "global conveyor belt," cold water from the North Pole _____. flows directly into the Indian Ocean rises to the surface and flows to the equator passes the equator and flows toward Antarctica splits into three different currents Weegy: The best answer is C) passes the equator and flows toward. User: The Gulf Stream _____. ends near the tip of Florida is a dense, cold water current flows in a generally northeastern direction is the largest current in the Pacific Ocean User: The water in the Dead Sea has a salinity of 300 ppt. The water _____. is less salty than the ocean has 300 grams of salt per 1000 grams of sea water is less dense than freshwater doesn't contain any dissolved salts Weegy: B. Has 300 grams of salt per 1000 grams of sea water. User: Rip currents are caused by _____. differences in density and temperature breaks or changes in longshore currents the moon's gravitational pull on Earth's water the force of impact from an external object Weegy: B. breaks or changes in longshore currents User: Julio blows air across his hot bowl of soup. The tiny ripples he creates are similar to _____. impact waves spring tides wind-generated waves deep ocean waves Weegy: wind-generated waves User: The moon's gravitational pull causes _____. deep ocean ... (More)
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Air pressure _____. is the weight of air molecules doesn't affect wind patterns decreases as altitude increases can balance by popping your ears User: A sea breeze occurs because warm air rises on land and moves toward the ocean to cool. The cool air then moves from the ocean to be warmed by the land. True False User: The thermosphere has _____ air pressure than the mesosphere. more less equal
Weegy: User: The thermosphere has less air pressure than the mesosphere. User: The main reason for wind or air circulation is _____. cloud formation the water cycle uneven heat distribution even pressure distribution Weegy: uneven heat distribution. The main reason for wind or air circulation is uneven heat distribution. User: If you were standing on the beach at midnight, would you feel a sea breeze or a land breeze? sea breeze land breeze Weegy: sea breeze User: Warm air _____ and cool air _____. rises, sinks sinks, rises is moist, is dry User: Winds move in a _____ direction in the Northern Hemisphere and in a _____ direction in the Southern Hemisphere because of the Coriolis effect. counterclockwise, clockwise clockwise, counterclockwise polar, equatorial equatorial, polar User: When air pressure decreases, the mercury in a barometer _____. goes down goes up stays the same Weegy: A)goes down (More)
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Air pressure is the weight of air molecules.
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(-10) ÷ (-20)
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Simplify -23 User: (-50) ÷ (-2)
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