Please help asap thank you sm!!What does a compass rose tell you?
A. What symbols on a map mean
B. Which way is north
C. What latitude a country is at
D. The scale of a map
is a figure on a compass, map, nautical chart, or monument used to display the orientation of the cardinal directions (north, east, south, and west) and their intermediate points.
D:The scale of a map such as (North, south,east, west)
A compass rose, sometimes called a wind rose or rose of the winds, is a figure on a compass, map, nautical chart, or monument used to display the orientation of the cardinal directions (north, east, south, and west) and their intermediate points
What scale of atmospheric circulation includes mid-latitude cyclones, anticyclones, and tropical cyclones (hurricanes)?
The macroscale winds are the largest of the patterns in wind. It includes westerlies as well as trade winds, hurricanes and tropical storms. It can remain at a time for several weeks. A synoptic scale is an example of a smaller macro scale circulation and that includes the mid latitude cyclones and the anticyclones.
The macro scale of atmospheric circulation includes mid-latitude cyclones, anticyclones, and tropical cyclones.
There are three major scales of atmospheric circulation viz., global-scale atmospheric circulation, macroscale atmospheric circulation, and microscale atmospheric circulation.
The synoptic scale forms a part of the macroscale circulation which consists of mid-latitude cyclones and anticyclones.
The tropical cyclones and hurricanes are a part of the larger macroscale circulation.
The atmospheric circulation is categorized in these three scales on the basis of their strength and expanse.
What does the scientific method require
a logic as a system of reasoning for properly arranging
In addition to careful observation, then, scientific method requires a logic as a system of reasoning for properly arranging, but also inferring beyond, what is known by observation. Methods of reasoning may include induction, prediction, or analogy, among others.
Three ways people use geography in their work
navigation timezones difference traveling
Write the coordinates of the vertices after a translation 3 units right.
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Define the following terms: Ecology, Ecosystem, Organism, Population and Community. Long description for all terms please Please type it out! Hand written is hard to read or interpretate
Ecology: It is the discipline of biology. It studies the interaction between the organisms and their interaction with their non-living physical environment. It suggests that what factors influence the distribution and abundance of organisms.
Ecosystem: It is a biotic community in which living beings interact with their non-living physical environment. In other words the ecosystem is a place where living beings (biotic factors) interact with the non-living beings (abiotic factor).
Organism: An organism is an individual which belongs to a particular species or life form. An organism perform functions necessary to survive. It exhibit features of living being. The example of organism includes the plants, animals, fungi, and others.
Population: It is a group of members of the same species which are capable of reproducing and producing viable fertile offsprings. The population may vary in functional and morphological forms.
Community: A community is a group of two or more distinct species. These species interact among themselves so as to survive and performing functional roles in the ecosystem. For example, plants provide food to animals in return the animals disperse the seeds of the animals.
Please help with this question for wastewater treatment, I can't figure out what formulas to use!Calculate the pounds of solids under aeration of the given plant:
Influent BOD: 310 mg/l
Influent TSS: 210 mg/l
Aerbay: 110' x 15' x 12 feet deep (operating level of the tank is 10')