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How do the principles of convection, conduction, and radiation explain how the water in the saucepan gets hot?

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asked by Cindy
  1. We do not do your homework for you. Although it might take more effort to do the work on your own, you will profit more from your effort. We will be happy to evaluate your work though.

    Look up each of those terms in your text or Google them.

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    posted by PsyDAG
  2. one way to explain it is:
    The radiation of the fire causes the saucepan to heat up. the conduction of the saucepan then helps to distribute the heat over the saucepan and to give heat to the water. the convection of the water helps distributing the heat within the water, till all the water is boiling


    the other:


    Convection relates because the boiling water is the convection currents, or the rising of heat and sinking of cold. Conduction is when something creates heat by touch. When the heat touches the pan it conducts heat and transfers to the water. and radiation... is a little harder to explain... When the heat get in the air it can radiate which is when heat is created without touch...

    Change the words up a bit so you don't get caught cheating

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    posted by boo
  3. thanks man you smart

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  4. thank you

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  5. @psydag why are you even on here...you’re probably looking up answers if you’re on here

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    posted by Lilly
  6. Lilly, Psydag works here. Watch what you say.

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  7. oh shut up @Mr. Market

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    posted by smh
  8. 20 for the unit test is b not a

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    posted by Ripe
  9. hi

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  10. Thanks @boo

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    posted by Sinful
  11. I think it's hilarious that people come on here to lecture you kids. Get lives people. You aren't going to stop kids from getting answers and helping each other.

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