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Random ESRT EquationsSpace Latitude & Longitude Minerals
What is New York States fossil?
Which material has the highest specific heat?
Water (liquid) 1.0 calories/gram C°
This element makes the most of the Earths Crust
This gas element is found most in atmosphere (a.k.a.: troposphere)
These groups of element are used in dating geological objects or features?
To calculate the density of a substance, we use this formula
d=m/v d=density m=mass v=volume
To calculate the eccentricity of an ellipse, we use this formula
eccentricity = distance between foci length of major axis
To calculate the rate of change of snowfall, we would use this formula
Rate of change = change in field time It snowed 20 inches, in 2 days. What is the rate of change of snow?
To calculate the gradient of a hill, we use this formula?
gradient = change in field value distance A hills elevation changes from 100 meters to 50 meters over a 10 meter distance. What is the gradient of the slope?
To calculate percent deviation, we would use this formula?
deviation (%) = diff. from accepted value x 100 accepted value A child calculates the mass of a rock to be 100 grams, when it actual weighs 105. What was the students percent deviation?
What is luminosity?
If a star is this color, it will be considered the hottest
This planet has a day longer then its year?
What is the most massive planet in our solar system?
Which planet(s) would float if placed in a giant cup of water?
A line running North-South and measuring distances East-West is called?
This line runs East-West and measures distances North-South is called?
This city is located at 42 º N, 74 º 30 W
List one of the cities found near the 43º N latitude line
Niagara Falls, Rochester and Utica
What is Binghamtons latitude and longitude?
42º 05 N, 75 º 55 W ± 5
This mineral may smell like rotten eggs
This is the softest, non metallic mineral
What is this mineral?
This mineral may be attracted to a magnet
This mineral has the following chemical composition: Fe 3 Al 2 Si 3 O 12
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