Science

1. What would happen if earth absorbed all of the heat from the sun?
A. Earth would become too cold.
B. Earth would be too hot.
C. Earth would eventually stop recieving heat.
D. Earth would lose all of it's own heat. <-------

2. Earth absorbs about 71 percent of the heat energy from the sun. What also happens to this heat energy?
A. It is refracted back to the sun
B. It is to converted light
C. It is reflected back to the sun <---
D. It is converted to electricity

3. A light yellow block and a dark blue box are next to each other in full sunlight on a summer day.
Which statement accurately explains what happens to the boxes?
A. The light yellow block absorbs more heat than the dark blue box.
B. The light yellow block and the dark blue box absorbs the same amount.
C. The light yellow block reflects more heat than the dark blue box.
D. The light yellow block and the dark block and the dark blue box reflect the same amount if heat. <---

4. What heat energy enters the atmosphere it is absorbed by water vapor and carbon dioxide. How does this affect the planet?
A. Rain starts to form <-----
B. The planet cools down
C. Clouds start to form
D. The planet warms up

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  1. 1. NO !!!!
    2. Well, sort of, different wavelengths though.
    3. No. A dark roof gets much hotter than a light color roof.
    4. The more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, the faster the planet warms up. Carbon dioxide allows incoming wave frequencies to pass through to earth, but tends to contain the wavelengths the earth tries to radiate back to space.

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    Damon
  2. what are the answers !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. Hey guys i will be posting the answers soon

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  4. 1. the earth would become too hot.
    2. it is converted to light.
    3. the light yellow block absorbs heat than the dark blue box.
    4. the planet warms up.

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  5. Great job ivy I got 100%! God bless you!

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  6. hey i got a 2/5 lying a hole

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  7. Ivy is wrong guys the real answers are
    1.D
    2.D
    3.A
    4.D
    5.D
    This is for connexus

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  8. Which best describes the heat that arrives at Earth from the sun?
    It arrives in the form of radiation.

    What would happen if Earth absorbed all of the heat from the sun?
    Earth would become too hot.

    Earth absorbs about 71 percent of the heat energy from the sun. What also happens to this heat energy?
    It is reflected back to the sun.

    Use the scenario to answer the question.

    A light yellow block and a dark blue box are next to each other in full sunlight on a summer day.

    Which statement accurately explains what happens to the boxes?

    The light yellow block reflects more heat than the dark blue box.

    When heat energy enters the atmosphere, it is absorbed by water vapor and carbon dioxide. How does this affect the planet?

    The planet warms up.

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  9. 100%
    I just took the assesment and copied and pasted!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  10. Ivy is wrong bruh

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  11. so what are the answers

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  12. these are 100% right if you attend connexus !! (i just took it)

    D
    D
    A
    A
    A

    have a great day/night make sure to eat and drink water !! ^__^

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  13. NOT thx you got me 3/5

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  14. Answers are B,B,C,B,D or Which best describes the heat that arrives at Earth from the sun?
    It arrives in the form of radiation.

    What would happen if Earth absorbed all of the heat from the sun?
    Earth would become too hot.

    Earth absorbs about 71 percent of the heat energy from the sun. What also happens to this heat energy?
    It is reflected back to the sun.
    Use the scenario to answer the question.

    A light yellow block and a dark blue box are next to each other in full sunlight on a summer day.

    Which statement accurately explains what happens to the boxes?

    The light yellow block reflects more heat than the dark blue box.

    When heat energy enters the atmosphere, it is absorbed by water vapor and carbon dioxide. How does this affect the planet?
    The planet warms up.

    Hope this helps have a good day!

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  15. You guys are all wrong-
    REAL ANSWERS
    1. C
    2. B
    3. D
    4. C
    5. C
    this is for Connexus ^w^ glad i hopfully helped you out

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  16. Here are the real answers
    D
    C
    D
    A
    B

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  17. here or the right answers...
    1. it arrives in the form of radiation
    2. earth would become too hot
    3. it is reflected back to the sun
    4. The light yellow blocks reflect more heat than the dark blue box
    5. The planet warms up

    Your welcome!!!!

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  18. Thanks hiiiiii I got a 100%

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  19. im the owner of your school.... why are you cheating???

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  20. Stefano u ain’t the owner of the school and nobody even says owner of the store it’s called the principal and you’re not even that you’re just a child pretending to be a teacher

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  21. This place helps me a lot. I had an F in science and because I use this, my grade is going up. right now its at a D and i hope to get it to an A+. Thank you all so much!!! you don´t know what this did for me. :D

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  22. auntie i had the same lol i thought i was the only one using this alot but now i notice like the whole school is lol even last year

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  23. umm hi

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  24. Children please do not cheat because you have to try and find the answers yalls self ok?If ya'll cheat i will have to give ya'll F- ok please try your best and not cheat.

    Thank You -Rebecca Jay

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  25. Grammar please fake Mrs. Jay. We aren't cheating, we are using this site to help us out with homework and Mrs. Jay doesn't use ya'll alot so ehm. PISS OFF.

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  26. .........chaotic here

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  27. Thank you everyone! Stay safe and have a blessed day! Also if any real teacher are on here I know that lots of kids and parents use this site to check their answers, and that includes me.

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  28. Mrs. Jay I would like to speak to you as soon as possible, thank you.

    Mr. Little

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  29. Aren't ya'll supposed to be talking about this on WebMail if your actually the teachers.... send a WebMail out to people if it's that dang serious.... honestly I have seen about 20 Mr.Littles, 12 Mrs.Hendersons, and 3 Mrs.Jays if your not them then stop trying to be because it's disrespectful... to the point where some may believe it is actually you and WebMail into getting themselves in trouble because of you identity frauds, keep urself together the grade is the grade have a good day. If I see one more of my "teachers" on this app I am gonna have to WebMail them about this.... thank you - Allison

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  30. i agree with Allison

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  31. GG Allison... GG

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  32. Allison called them out

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  33. tysm hiiiii i got 100% your the best !

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  34. I agree with alison.

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  35. the answers areeeeee
    c
    b
    a
    a

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  36. no

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