social studies

posted by .

which of the following is a example of a natural hazard of the type and magnitude of those referred to in the article? (one) an automobile accident (two)a rain shower (three) a volcanic eruption (four) a falling tree limb (five) a fire in a restaurant

  • social studies - incomplete -

    What article?

  • social studies -

    help me don't know please

  • social studies -

    rain shower

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Geology

    Could anyone suggest the possible effect on the hydroshpere if there was a volcanic eruption?
  2. Essay

    Hi, I have to write a web article evaluation paper. The professor wants us to pick a casual article that has to do with child development and family studies. Then, he wants us to use scholarly sources to evaluate the article. I don't …
  3. Social STUDIES

    geographers want to know how people living in hazard-phone areas are affected by natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes although the number of natural disasters has remained relatively constant over …
  4. algebra

    A black snake lies at the base of an apple tree and a cat is climbing in the tree branches. The number of apples on the tree is four less than twice the tree's height. One year ago the the cat's age was one-third of his mother's current …
  5. Physics

    Rain is falling steadily but there is no wind. You are in an automobile that moves on a straight, flat highway at a constant speed of 80 km/hr. You see from the drops on the side window that the rain is falling at an angle of 58° …
  6. social studies

    which of the following statements is supported by information in the article?
  7. social studies

    which of the following is an example of a natural hazard of the type and magnitude of those referred to in the article?
  8. social studies

    According to the article,which action is suggested as the best way to prevent death and injure from natural disasters?
  9. social studies

    1.Which of the following is a landform that is almost always flat?
  10. Social Studies 1

    Geographers want to know how people living in hazard-phone areas are affected by natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes. Although the number of natural disasters has remained relatively constant over …

More Similar Questions