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Convection occurs mainly in

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Answer 1
Answer: Convection occurs mainly in fluids, but can be found in both liquids and gases.
Answer 2
Answer:  it is mainly occurs inconduction, convection, and radiation.

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The Serengeti National Park is a popular game reserve in __________. A. South Africa
B. Uganda
C. Mozambique
D. Tanzania

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Answer: Your answer maybe be D.Tanzania

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Its D

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What country is shaped like a hand?

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Spain is shaped like a thumbs up. That might help?
I don't know what country but I know Michigan is shaped like a hand...
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The Senate rejected the Treaty of Versailles MAINLY because it included __________. the United Nations the League of Nations an agreement with France an agreement with Germany

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The Senate rejected the Treaty of Versailles based primarily on objections to the League of Nations. The U.S. would never endorse the treaty or join the League of Nations. The U.S senators, headed by Senate Majority Leader Henry Cabot Lodge, opposed the treaty because they felt the U.S was giving up too much power under the League of Nations.

Answer: League of Nations

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Which world region is not an area of heavy industry? a. north america
b. europe
c. africa
d. east asia?

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Answer:

north america

Explanation:

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What is the name of the range of the Alpine Mountain System that runs through this region? Balkans Baltic Carpathian Pyrenees

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It would be Carpathian  I believe

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The day is March 22. You view the noon sun to the south at an angle of 35 degrees. What is your latitude? __________

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Answer:

latitude = 55°

Explanation:

March 22 is spring equinox  sun is exactly above the equator. On equinox its is generally observed that the is equal duration of night and day.

At noon on the the angle of the sun added to its specific latitude is equal to 90°

at noon sun angle is 35 degree south

so, the latitude will be equal to    90° - 35° = 55°

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GIVING 20 POINTS AND A BRAINLIEST! PLEASE HELP ASAP Consider the potential problems associated with global warming, as well as the actions people can take to help slow or stop its effects.

Then, list the potential pros and cons of the following energy sources.

Wind

Nuclear

Solar

Geothermal

Hydroelectric

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Impacts of climate change (global warming)
- sea level rise (melting of polar ice caps, thermal expansion)
- more frequent extreme weather events
- spread of infectious insect-borne diseases
- lengthen growing season in certain regions

Responses to climate change:
- national scale (polices implemented by individual countries to achieve international goal)
- individual scale (efforts made by individual)

As an individual, one can:
- reduce food wastage
- recycle
- save electricity
- reduce consumer demand
- etc

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Does new england include the appalachain mountains

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No the Appalachian Mountains are in North America hope I helped
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Explain how three different features of sedimentary rocks can be used to determine how, where, or when the rocks formed

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The texture of sedimentary rocks, like the size of grains or chemical precipitates can show how the rock was formed. The fossils of sedimentary rocks can show when the rock was formed. The stratification and sorting of the particles can show were the rock was formed. 
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