Geography 2.4.16 Geog 1112
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Geography 2.4.16 What’s going on with the weather today? Any clouds? What do they look like wispy, lumpy, and sheety? Some wispy and lumpy clouds with a lot of blue sky Temperature warm or cold? Cold Is it humid? Dry Any precipitation? No Is it windy? A little windy Chapter 5: Global Temperatures Heat v. Temperature Heat: Flow and form of energy Temperature: Kinetic energy of individual molecules. Heat changes temperatures ( 4 methods of heat energy) Temperature Scales Fahrenheit Celsius Kelvin Temperature Conversions F to C: C = 5/9 x( F 32) C to F: F = ( 1.8 x C) + 32 C to K: K = C + 273.15 A change of 10 C equals a change of 18 F Measuring Temperature – Thermometer Thermometer measured with thermometer (Mercury and Alcohol) ASOS: thermistor. ( white for high albedo with air vents to help with heat) (standard height is 4 feet). Satellites also used to measure temperature. Exam 1 Look for Exam 1 under “Assignments” 50 multiple choice and true or false questions plus 12 bonus questions Worth 100 points and bonus questions worth 1 point. The test has a time limit of 60 minutes. You cannot use any cheat sheets, google, book, notes, classmate or friend. Formulas are provided. Press the “submit” button to submit your answer. 1 attempt per question. You can skip a question by clicking the next button. If you are timed out before the 60 minutes, send an email. As soon as you complete the exam your score will appear. You will be able to tell you which questions you got right or wrong after the exam period ends, only until the Friday after the exam.
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