Answer this riddle to get 20 points.This city is in the northern west area. It rains a lot but it is not Seattle. What is the name of this city. Clue:it’s a big and popular city in Oregon.
The Clean Water Act would not regulate which of the following scenarios? (3 points)A tanker that has run aground leaks petroleum into a bay.
An algal bloom appears in a pond surrounded by crop fields.
Rusting pipes in an apartment contaminate tap water with copper.
Effluent from a factory raises the water temperature in a river by 2°C.
Sediment disturbed by swimmers in a lake makes the water increasingly turbid.
I don't think they would regulate the second scenario.
Municipal boundaries are used toA. mark the limits of city governments B. divide states and group nearby cities C. separate areas represented in the country's government D. mark boundaries between countries
A is the answer
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There are approximately how many people in the world today? A. 1.5 billion B. 7.8 billion C. 3 billion D. 10 billion
The answer is B, 7.8 billion
B. 7.8 billion people in the world
Why tidal power is called a flow resource, not a renewable resource.
Answer: It is flow resource for as long as there is tidal and water movement then their will be energy but that doesn't last forever
Answer and Explanation:
Flow resources: water, wind and sunlight are neither renewable nor non-renewable because they can only be used when and where they are. The energy in a river can be used to generate electricity, but it must be captured by turbines or it will be lost.
A: A flow resource is a resource that there is a certain amount of on Earth. Water is not renewable because renewable is a resource that you use up and reproduce. You can not produce water, you just clean it and reuse it. Tidal power is water power so it is not renewable.
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Why does the author of A Girl Named Zippy spend considerable time describing her hair?
She wants to show an important part of her childhood identity.
She wants to show an important part of her childhood identity