As you sit in your seat in the science classroom, the Earth pulls down upon yourbody with a gravitational force; the reaction force is the chair pushing upwards onyour body with an equal magnitude. True False
Wrong subject this is Physics
True, because of equal action-reaction, the earth pulls on you, but you pull on the earth.
The statement is correct. It illustrates Newton's Third Law of Motion which states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Therefore, the gravitational force pulling down on your body is equal to the force of the chair pushing upward.
The statement in your question is True. According to Newton's Third Law of Motion, for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Therefore, as you sit in your science classroom, Earth does pull down on your body with a gravitational force. Simultaneously, the reaction force is the chair pushing upwards on your body. Both forces are equal in magnitude, but opposite in direction.
Mean that is computed with extra weight given to one or more variables of the sample.Weighted average Dependent variable Ordered pairs Like terms
Extra weight for some but not all produces a weighted average.
Chile's Villarrica volcano is about 9,000 feet high. A glacial cap and snow cover everything above about 5,000 feet. Approximately what percentage of the volcano's height is not covered in snow and ice?
to find a percentage divide the amount that is by the total height. 9000-5000=4000 4000/9000 = .44 Your answer is 44%
anthony made 6 bouquets.if he used 3/4 of a bunch of flowers for each bouquet how many flower bunches did he need
So first you have to times 6 and 3/4 to do that you have to make a equation like 6/1*3/4=? So next you multiply six and three to get 6/1*3/4=18/? then multiply the bottom one and four to get 6/1*3/4=18/4 then simplfy to get 4 2/4 but you can't have half a bouquet of flowers so you round up to five
He needed 4 1/2 bunches So 5 bunches
Which digit is in the hundredths place? 579.246
The hundredths place is located two places to the right of the decimal point. Therefore, the digit 4 is in the hundredths place. Hope this helps! :)