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What is the name of the "curve" in measuring liquids?

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    Meniscus.
    (Measure at the bottom of it.)

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    The meniscus is concave |_| when the liquid wets the surface. When it doesn't wet the surface (mercury is an example), the meniscus is convex|line on top|. Poor drawings but that's the best I can do. Water, for example, is called adhesive and mercury is cohesive.

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    If a rocket is thought to be unstable, which is of the fallowing changes is most likely to improve the stability? Adding tail fins, Adding body fins, adding a nose fin, or removing all the fins,

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