Q.) during a summer day on the beach, the sand on the beach and the air temperature feel hot, but the ocean water feels cold. at night, why would the ocean water be warmer than the air?
group of answer choices
a.) air changes temperature faster than water, so the water is warmer and the air is much cooler than it was during the day.
b.) air stays warmer longer than water so your body is warm when you jump into the water.
c.) the heat from the air transfers to the water during the night, making the water warmer than it was during the day.
d.) as a cool breeze blows off the water onto the land, the water warms up.
Water has a high heat capacity. This means it takes much energy (compared to other elements and compounds) to raise the temperatures of water by a degree. This, therefore, means that during the day, the land becomes hotter faster than the oceans. (The reason for sea breeze during the day). Likewise, during the night it takes much time for the water to lose the heat and drop its temperatures (compared to land – the reason for land breezes at night)
its the only explanation compared to the other, its not a fact because you dont know exactly if it will sway or not.
its B you are being asked "Which of the following is not one of the ways that Bartholdi contributed to the statue?"
He gained approval for the project from the U.S. and from France.
has nothing to do with him building a statue
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Although it probably did cost a lot of money to build, that is an opinion. let’s say i have 1 million dollars and you have 100. $50 to me is nothing, but that’s half of your money. therefore, saying that it costed a tremendous amount of money is an opinion
i sometimes feel that way too. i feel that i should hurt someone because they hurt me, but i wouldnt do it. that would make things so much worse i have so much experience with this stuff
the temperature and the pressure affect solubility. temperature affects by changing the properties of the solvent. the increase in pressure increases solubility, the decrease in pressure decreases solubility.