c (third graph)
d) 140/9 or alternately 15 5/9 or 15.5
Follow the line on the graph with the given number either in Fahrenheit or in Celsius until it meets up with the line of conversion. Where it meets on the line, mark the graph
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The answer is C I just took the test on Plato and it was right.
The answer is; C
In the troposphere, the lower layers are heated more by the reflected energy from the earth’s surface hence the higher the altitude the lower the temperatures.
The stratosphere gets warmer with altitude because the ozone is located in this layer. The topmost ozone layers absorb the most UV light from sunlight.
The mesosphere gets cooler with altitude because the air gets thinner and there are fewer air molecules (with altitude) to absorb the light energy.
1) Kinetic energy and temperature are in direct proportion. That means:
i) Being kinetic energy y and temperature x: y α x
ii) That implies: y = kx,where k is the constant of proportionality.
iii) The graph is a line that passes through the origin and has positive slope k (k = y / x).
2) The proportional relationship between kinetic energy (KE) and temperature (T) is shown by the Boltzman law, which states:
Average KE = [3 / 2] KT, where K is Boltzman's constant, whose graph is of the form shown in the figure attached.