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"When waves travel from deep to shallow water, they break near the shoreline and generate currents. A rip current forms when a narrow, fast-moving section of water travels in an offshore direction. ... Because rip currents move perpendicular to shore and can be very strong, beach swimmers need to be careful."
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The answer is; Warm water moves to the east instead of to the west
Normally, when the waters in the Pacific warm up, the prevailing winds that blow from east to west drag the warm surface currents westwards and upwelling of cold currents occur at the west coast of South America. However, in El Nino, the Pacific ocean waters heat more than usual. The prevailing winds weaken and begin to blow predominantly towards the east. The warm currents are therefore dragged to the east and cause torrential rains in Western coast South Americas.
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¿Cómo estás? Hoy es el 4 de marzo. Yo estoy (estar) en Buenos Aires, la capital de Argentina. Las estaciones (seasons) aquí son un poco diferentes.
El invierno (verano / invierno / otoño ) toma lugar en junio, julio y agosto y el verano (verano/ invierno / otoño ) toma lugar en el diciembre, enero y febrero. Hoy estamos en verano (verano / invierno /otoño / primavera). Entonces, el clima es soleado. Hace calor. En mi maleta llevo trajes de baño, bermudas y remeras.
Después vamos a Patagonia en el sur (sur / centro /norte / este /oeste ) del país. En Patagonia generalmente hace frío. Por eso, llevo un abrigo.( un abrigo / unas sandalias / un traje de baño).
Regreso en dos semanas. Nos vemos después!
In this exercise, you have to complete the paragraph with words that fit the sentences, according to the day, season and weather of Argentina at the moment.
This is a Spanish vocabulary activity, specifically about weather.
A is the answer
Which ocean currents move quickly because they are less dense? ... During an El Nino, Trade Winds blowing over the the Pacific Ocean slow down and a huge area of warm surface water builds up. With no winds to move the huge mass of warm water out of the way upwelling can't occur. An El Niño reduces the upwelling of cold water off the coast of the Americas. When this happens, fish either die or migrate into areas where they'll find more to eat. With the fish gone, sea birds that depend on them may die or go elsewhere. Kelp forests are often destroyed by storms and ocean swells.
(a) The strip should be 5ft wide
(b) The strip around the outside field is 10ft wide.
Length of the rectangular field, L= 200 ft
width of the rectangular field, w = 100 ft
Area of the rectangular field, A = 200ft x 100ft = 20000 ft^2
let the width of the strip = x
The strip around the outside field = 2x
If the field is increased by 15.5%
New area of the field = 1.155 x 20000 = 23,100 ft^2
The increase in area of the field = 3,100 ft
3,100 = New area of field - old area of the field
3100 = (200 + 2x)(100 + 2x) - 20000
3100 = 20000 + 400x 200x + 4x^2 - 20000
3100 = 600x + 4x^2
Divide through by 4
775 = 150x + x^2
x^2 + 150x - 775 = 0
(x + 155)(x-5) = 0
x = 5 ft
The strip should be 5ft wide.
The strip around the outside field = 2 x 5 ft = 10 ft
Thus, the strip around the outside field is 10ft wide.
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