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You're flying in a plane and the seatbelt sign is turned off. You're in the _____. troposphere stratosphere mesosphere thermosphere
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The______is the coldest layer and the _____is the hottest layer in the atmosphere.
Weegy: The coldest layer of the atmosphere is the mesosphere User: _____is the hottest layer in the atmosphere. User: what is the hottest layer in the atmosphere. Weegy: The thermosphere is the "hottest" layer of the Earth's atmosphere. [ As the outermost layer with substantial numbers of molecules, it receives the most direct radiation from the Sun. However, despite the high molecular temperatures measured there (over 1500°C) the actual energy per volume is very low. This layer, more than 80 kilometers in altitude, is practically a vacuum, and includes the orbits of most satellites and spacecraft. Read more: ] (More)
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Which gas is the most abundant of the trace gases? nitrogen oxygen argon carbon dioxide
Weegy: If you are referring to trace gases in the atmosphere, argon is the most abundant. Your answer is argon. User: The thermospheremesospherestratosphereozonospheretroposphere is the coldest layer and the thermospherestratosphereozonospheremesospheretroposphere is the hottest layer in the atmosphere. Weegy: Is this a true or false question? You didn't clarify what your question is. Please do so and we'll be happy to assist you! (More)
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The Kuroshio Current _____. A. flows through the North Atlantic Ocean B. is a dense, cold water current C. starts near the southern tip of Florida D. is the largest current in the Pacific Ocean
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The Kuroshio Current is the largest current in the Pacific Ocean.
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Colloquialisms are acceptable in a research paper.
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Colloquialisms are acceptable in a research paper. This is FALSE.


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