What is pressure? as in one of thethings the skin responds to.

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  1. life orientation

    How can advise my friend who responds to conflict by confrontation on why it is not healthy in sustaining positive relationships?

  2. Life Orientation

    Advise a friend who responds to conflict by AVOIDANCE on why it is not healthy in sustaining positive relationship

  3. chemistry

    According to Boyle's Law, a gas has a volume of 5.0 L at a certain pressure. How must the pressure be changed to double the volume of the gas at constant temperature? The pressure must be halved. The pressure must be quadrupled. There is not enough

  4. Physics

    The amount of heat per second conducted from the blood capillaries beneath the skin to the surface is 250 J/s. The energy is transferred a distance of 1.7 x 10-3 m through a body whose surface area is 1.8 m2. Assuming that the thermal conductivity is that

  5. Life orientation

    Advice a friend who responds to conflict by confrontation on why it is not healthy in sustaining positive relationships

  6. Physics

    The temperature of your skin is approximately 35C degrees. What is the wavelength at which the peak occurs in the radiation emitted from your skin?

  7. Life Orientation

    How can you adevise a friend who responds to Avoidance and why it is not healthy in sustaining positive relationships

  8. science

    True or False: One of the skin’s functions is to produce vitamin D (1 point) True False 2. Your _____ is the largest organ of your body. (1 point) brain large intestine skin lungs 3. The _____ is the outer, thinnest layer of your skin. (1 point) fatty

  9. Life Orientation

    Give advice to your friend who responds to conflict with AVOIDANCE, why it is not healthy for positive relationships

  10. Physics

    pressure of a fluid. calculate the a.) absolute pressure b.) gauge pressure at an ocean depth of 1000m. Assume the density of a sea water is 1024 kg cubic meter and that the air above exerts a pressure of 101.3kPa

  11. College Chemistry

    a) Water drops, sitting on your skin after a dip in a swimming pool, evaporate. Identify the system and its surroundings for the above process and state the direction of heat transfer. Is the process endothermic or exothermic. Would the system be the

  12. Science

    Study the animal in the image below. What can you infer about the animal from this image? ( the image is a frog that is camouflaged on a tree) A.Its skin color is a warning to potential prey B.Its skin color is the result of a disease C.Its skin color

  13. science Help

    White skin (W) is dominant over yellow skin (w) in chickens. Which of the following genotypes would result in a white-skinned chicken that could possibly have yellow-skinned offspring? A. WW B. Ww C. ww Is the answer B?

  14. life orientation

    advise a friend who responds to conflict using avoidance is not healthy sustaining positive relationship

  15. physics 3 !!!

    Assuming your skin temperature is 37.2°C and the temperature of your surroundings is 20.5°C, determine the length of time required for you to radiate away the energy gained by eating a 265 Calorie ice cream cone. Let the emmissivity of your skin be 0.915

  16. Physics

    The relatively high resistivity of dry skin, about 1x10^6 Ohm m, can safely limit the flow of current into deeper tissues of the body. Suppose an electrical worker places his palm on an instrument whose metal case is accidently connected to a high voltage.

  17. Statistics Help

    A medical statistician wanted to examine the relationship between the amount of sunshine (x) and incidence of skin cancer (y). As an experiment, he found the number of skin cancers detected per 100,000 of population and the average daily sunshine in eight

  18. Science

    Which adaption is likely to increace the chances of survival of an animal in hot arid climates? A. Capacity to store body fat to survive periods of food storage B. Brown skin color to increase water loss from the body C. Cuticle over skin to increase water

  19. Bio

    Why do fish take in oxygen through its skin but does not release carbon dioxide through its skin.

  20. algebra

    confrused with this one too let f(x)=x^2+6 and g (x) =4x-5 find (f ° g)(-7) still don't get it and no one responds to my replys after the tutors assist

  21. Physics Help!

    Q.1:What would a drummer do to make the sound of a drum give a note of lower pitch? a.hit the drum skin with a larger force. b.hit the drum skin with a smaller force. c.hit the drum skin nearer the edge. d.loosen the drum skin. d will work.

  22. Biology

    The integumentary system includes • skin only** • hair only • nails only • skin, hair, and nails Is my answer correct? the **

  23. precalc

    The depletion of the Earth's ozone layer has created concern among some health experts. They believe that dramatic increases in the number of illnesses and deaths due to ultraviolet radiation rays may occur as a result of breaks in the ozone layer. The

  24. chemistry

    in which location, would the boiling piont of water will be highest ? A) new mexico where pressure is 710torr B) new york city where pressure is 760torr C) mount everest where pressure is 244torr D) a pressure cooker where pressure is 760torr

  25. English

    1. Peel the potatoes and cut them into pieces. 2. Skin the potatoes and cut them into pieces. 3. Remove the peel of the oranges. 4. Remove the skin of the oranges. ------------------------------ Can we substitute 'skin' for 'peel'? Are they all

  26. Science

    The pigment melanin in the skin functions to a. Produce new living cells in the epidermis b.help protect the skin fron sunburn c. Keep water within the skin

  27. physics

    A student is trying to decide what to wear. His bedroom is at 20.0°C. His skin temperature is 36.0°C. The area of his exposed skin is 1.46 m2. People all over the world have skin that is dark in the infrared, with emissivity about 0.915. Find the net

  28. Science

    Read the statements. The molecule that gives skin its color is a molecule called melanin. In some people, skin contains no melanin. These people have white skin and are called albinos. Which statement explains why some people cannot form the protein that

  29. anatomy

    I am so confused about this question but What is the principal function of the subcutaneous layer of the skin? The subcutaneous fat layer, or hypodermis, bridges between the overlying dermis and the underlying body constituents. In most areas of the body

  30. Health

    Which STD can be spread by skin-to-skin contact? a. genital warts**** b. AIDS c. hepatitis B d. gonorrhea

  31. Physics

    The temperature of your skin is approximately 35C degrees. What is the wavelength at which the peak occurs in the radiation emitted from your skin?

  32. physics

    if you push a pin and a barbecue stick against your skin with equal force, which do you think will cut your skin first? what determines it? explain.

  33. SCIENCE

    a.A person with skin area of 3 m2 is in a room of still air at 22 C. i.Calculate the rate of conduction of heat loss in watts if the skin temperature is 28 C at a distance of 5 cm.

  34. Health

    Hair follicles, sweat glands, and sebacesous glands can all be found in the ------ layer of the skin, which is considered to be true skin A. basal B. Dermal C Epidermal D. Subcutaneous My answer is (c )

  35. statistics

    A medical statistician wanted to examine the relationship between the amount of sunshine (x) and incidence of skin cancer (y). As an experiment he found the number of skin cancers detected per 100,000 of population and the average daily sunshine in eight

  36. algebra

    A marketing company asked 100 people whether they liked a new skin cream and lip balm. The company found that 80% of the people who liked the new skin cream also liked the new lip balm, and that 50% of the people who did not like the new skin cream liked

  37. Chemistry

    A basketball is inflated in a garage at 25 degrees C to a gauge pressure of 8.0 psi. Gauge pressure is the pressure above atmospheric pressure, which is 14.7 psi. The ball is used on the driveway at a temperature of -7 degrees C and feels flat. What is the

  38. health

    Retin-A is a topical ointment originally developed for the treatment of severe cases of acne and related skin disorders. An observed side benefit resulting from use of this product is its beneficial effect on aging skin. If the manufacturer of this product

  39. Chemistry

    Monochloroacetic acid, HC2H2ClO2, is a skin irritant that is used in "chemical peels" intended to remove the top layer of dead skin from the face and ultimately improve the complexion. The value of Ka for monochloroacetic acid is 1.35 10-3. Calculate the

  40. Science - biology - university

    A couple where both the man and woman are albino decided to have children. Remember that albinism is inherited as a rare autosomal recessive trait. To their surprise their first child had normal skin pigmentation. They eventually have two more children and

  41. calculus 1

    Suppose that a person’s blood pressure at time t in seconds is given by p(t) = 100 + 18 sin (7t). (a) During each heartbeat, what is the systolic pressure (maximum blood pressure) and the diastolic pressure (minimum blood pressure)? (b) According to this

  42. chemistry

    which is unnecessary A. The FeCl3solution is acidic and corrosive. Skin contact should be avoided. B. 1M NaOH is basic and corrosive. Skin contact should be avoided C. all of the above

  43. biology

    hi i have a few questions 1)osmotic pressure Basically, i got that its the pressure opposing osmois. can you explain it to me ? 2)hydroltic pressure Im thinking that its the pressure that builds up due to a higher concentration. Must be like potiential

  44. Earth's Dynamic Atmosphere

    Air pressure doesn't crush everything underneath it because A. air pressure is hypothetical and not a real force. B. air pressure is strong enough. C. things on earth have learned to withstand the constant pressure. D. air pressure is exerted in all

  45. Science

    What is pressure? as in one of thethings the skin responds to.

  46. Science

    What is pressure? as in one of the things the skin responds to as a type of sence

  47. psychology

    My instructor assign me of one the "senses." This the one my instructor had assign to me= “The Skin Senses”: Which includes Touch, Pressure, Temperature, and Pain. The instruction is to (Briefly describe how The Skin Senses work and its importance.

  48. Reading

    How does this passage affect you? “Lief was shown a pocketbook and lamp-shades made from human skin for Ilse Kich, wife of the commandant" So far I have: This left me in shock that someone would have the idea to skin off someone’s skin and make it into

  49. anthropology

    is the changing American belief from tanned skin being healthy to tanned skin being related to skin cancer is an example of culture being: cumulative. diffusive. adaptive.

  50. Physics?

    Hi this question is beyond me, so any help = great. A useful instrument for evaluating fibromyalgia and trigger-point tenderness is the Doloriometer or Algorimeter. This device consists of a force meter attached to a circular probe that is pressed against

  51. physics

    A person with skin area 2 m2 and 0.97 radiation efficiency is at rest and has a skin temperature of 28 C in an environment with a uniform temperature of 22 C. Calculate the heat loss rate if the skin temperature is raised by 8 C by vigorous exercise.

  52. physics

    A person with skin area 2 m2 and 0.97 radiation efficiency is at rest and has a skin temperature of 28 C in an environment with a uniform temperature of 22 C. Calculate the heat loss rate if the skin temperature is raised by 8 C by vigorous exercise.

  53. physics

    A person with skin area 2 m2 and 0.97 radiation efficiency is at rest and has a skin temperature of 28 C in an environment with a uniform temperature of 22 C. Calculate the heat loss rate if the skin temperature is raised by 8 C by vigorous exercise.

  54. logic

    Three hats are placed on the heads of three men standing in a line. Each man can only see the men and hats in front of him. In addition, the men all know that the hats came from a bag with 3 red hats and 2 blue hats. Each man is asked if he knows which

  55. precalc

    It's estimated that 9,300 deaths occurred from skin cancer at the end of year 2000 and that 200,000 deaths from skin cancer might occur by the end of 2050. Assuming the number of annual number of skin cancer deaths increases geometrically, what is the

  56. Chemistry

    Hi I'm doing a research paper on the PH of skin and was wondering if you could answer even a few of these questions. I am in high school. Thanks. what does ph have to do with skin? how would using alkaline products affect skin? what are some symptoms

  57. English writing

    An apple a day keeps the doctor a day. This seems to be true, but you must eat an aple together with the skin of the apple. There are a lo of antioxidents in the skin of an apple, so if you peel the skin and do not it, this proverb doesn't apply.

  58. biology

    1. Clinique makes an antiwrinkle cream that you put on the skin next to your eyes. The cream contains water-filled microcapsules that gradually burst when exposed to skin heat. The cream is approximately 85% water. Knowing that skin cells contain 70%

  59. physical health education

    as a first aider how would you treat a friend who rubbed his/her skin against a hard object when scraped the surface his/her skin.

  60. Physics

    The temperature of your skin is approximately 35C degrees. What is the wavelength at which the peak occurs in the radiation emitted from your skin?

  61. Medical Coding

    What is the ICD-9 Code for full-thickness defect, skin of right alar. The patient has a history of malignant skin neoplasms?

  62. biology

    Can someone please help me with the following question. Thanks! Skin color is not directly tied to race. All humans carry the same genes. Yet why do some races seem to have darker (or lighter) skin tones than others?

  63. PHYSICS

    a.A person with skin area of 3 m2 is in a room of still air at 22 C. i.Calculate the rate of conduction of heat loss in watts if the skin temperature is 28 C at a distance of 5 cm.

  64. Biology

    Skin color is the result of: A. the quality of melanin in the skin B. the number of macrophages C. the amount of fat in the epidermis D. stratum basale and the thickness of those cell. Cant really find any of those answers. Thanks for helping!

  65. worms

    In some parts of the world bigger aquatic worms exist. These worms do not gain all of their oxygen through their skin. Suggest a reason for this. Thanx kim xxx Big suggests a higher activity level, so perhaps the rate of oxygen absorbtion through the skin

  66. Biology

    For a male and female bison that are both heterozygous for normal skin pigmentation to produce an albino offspring.... 1. What are genotype of parents (A= normal skin, a=albino) AA x AA Aa x Aa * aa x aa 2. what are possible genotypes of offspring? Aa only

  67. scienceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

    why the skin cells of an adult must divide? is it because they are in the direct contact with the things from the outside world. they have to replace the new skin cell from the dead cell

  68. Cellular Anatomy/Integumentary and Musculoskeletal

    Hair follicles, sweat glands, and sebaceous glands can all be found in the _______ layer of the skin, which is considered to be "true skin

  69. physics

    a. A person with skin area 2 m2 and 0.97 radiation efficiency is at rest and has a skin temperature of 28 C in an environment with a uniform temperature of 22 C Calculate the heat loss rate in watts

  70. PHYSICS

    A person with skin area 2 m2 and 0.97 radiation efficiency is at rest and has a skin temperature of 28 C in an environment with a uniform temperature of 22 C .Calculate the heat loss rate in watts

  71. physics

    a. A person with skin area 2 m2 and 0.97 radiation efficiency is at rest and has a skin temperature of 28 C in an environment with a uniform temperature of 22 C Calculate the heat loss rate in watts

  72. PHYSICS

    A person with skin area 2 m2 and 0.97 radiation efficiency is at rest and has a skin temperature of 28 C in an environment with a uniform temperature of 22 C .Calculate the heat loss rate in watts

  73. science

    If acid rain falls on people it burns their skin. What else does it do on people other than burn your skin?

  74. Physics

    The surface area of an adult human is about 1.8m2 . Suppose a person with a skin temperature of 34 ∘C is standing in a room where the air is 25∘C but the walls are 17 ∘C. A) There is a "dead-air" layer next to your skin that acts as insulation. If

  75. physics

    An unclothed student is in 24 ◦ C room. If the skin temperature of the student is 37 ◦ C, how much heat is lost from his body in 6 min, assuming that the emissivity of the skin is 0.83 and the surface area of the student is 1.5 m2 . The

  76. Education

    I'm to create a hand printed painted to match my skin tone. I'm not sure on what kind of paint to use or where to get it it. I have also to write a one page reflection on creating my skin color and reflect on how this project might relate to students

  77. Physics

    An ideal gas is contained within closed box behind a removable wall. The walls of the container are insulated, so that no heat may be transferred from the system. Initially, the gas has an initial pressure P and an initial temperature T. The gas is then

  78. math

    during an average lifetime a woman loses 40 pounds of skin. Life expectancy for a woman is 79.2 years. How many pounds of dead skin would she lose in a month

  79. Physics

    Which of the following surfaces has the largest amount of static friction against your skin? Which one has the highest coefficient of static friction against your skin? Select one: a. sandpaper b. ice c. wax paper d. A Teflon coated sheet.

  80. Acne

    I know this is awkward and off topic because this is a tutorial site but..........I am an often tutoree...... And need your help... I have had acne for 5 years. I know people are looking at my face with a disgusting look. My aunts,uncles,and cousins are

  81. Health

    i am so stuck on this answer and cannot locate it at all in my resources via online or off. please help... Here's the question: The proper way to take care of your skin would be to: a) burst pimples before they get too big. b) use quality products to help

  82. Chemistry

    What type of reaction may be occurring when a person's skin develops a green stain beneath a 14 K gold bracelet? Using HA as the chemical formula for acid in skin, write a balanced chemical equation to represent the reaction.

  83. Physics

    When pressure sores develop from sustained positions, the damage occurs at two locations simultaneously – the superficial layers of skin next to the table, and the deep tissue next to the bony structure (e.g. lateral aspect of the femur) that the

  84. Social Studies

    The Inuit made temporary shelters in the summer out of which type of material? A. Snow B. Animal skin ** C. driftwood D. metal I'm confused because they made tents out of driftwood and animal skin.

  85. Chemistry

    The reaction for my lab is Mg(s)+2HCl(aq)--> MgCl2(aq)+H2(g) I need to find the pressure of the hydrogen gas. Initial Pressure = 0.98692 atm Total Pressure = 1.64816 atm I don't know if I calculated the pressure of hydrogen gas correctly. I used the

  86. biology

    .A ______________ _ is a signal to which an organism responds

  87. Vectors and Geometry

    if A= i+j, B=2i-3j+k and C=4j-3k find (i) (AxB)xC (ii) Ax(BxC) thanks for your responds.

  88. Theory to practice

    A child who responds no to to every request is demonstrating?

  89. biology

    please help me on this one...i need to know how a paramecia responds to certain stimuli....like fresh water, drop of dilute salt water, drop of vinegar, piece of food, air, and carbon dioxide. I need to know if it responds to a positive, negative or a no

  90. LIFE ORIANTATION

    ADVISE FRIENND WHO RESPONDS CONFILICT BY AVOIDANCE

  91. physics

    An unclothed student is in a 27 degree Celsius room. If the skin temperature of the student is 37 degree Celsius, how much heat is lost from his body in 18 minutes, assuming that the emissivity of the skin is 0.91 and the surface area of the student is 1.7

  92. Natural Vs. Synthetic Products

    Proofread please?:) Natural vs. Synthetic Products By: Bryce Romig Have you ever heard the quote "Beauty is only skin deep"? The fact of the matter is, beauty is more than skin deep. Everyday people all over the word are rubbing harsh chemicals all over

  93. chem

    is it true that ethanol on skin feels cold due to the evaporation of the alcohol yes. But any solvent with a decent vapor pressure will do the same thing. Even water but you may need to wave your hands in the air to help it a little. That's why humans

  94. science

    1. What will happen to the pressure in your tires if the temperature drops 40 degrees over the night? a) Pressure will increase b) Pressure will decrease c) Pressure will not change d) Cannot determine

  95. statistics

    You are studying the rate of incidence of skin cancer in people who live near the equator. Your survey of 200 people from the area has shown that 7 of them developed skin cancer. Provide a 99% confidence interval for the true rate of incidence.

  96. chemistry

    If you have an unknown gas at some pressure and volume is 15mL, and compress it to double that pressure isothermally, what was the original pressure and the new pressure?

  97. physics

    An eardrum can burst when the pressure exceeds one atmosphere and the pressure inside the ear fails to equalize. Determine the depth in seawater when this pressure would be reached. (pressure of ocean = 1.03*10^3 kg/m^3)

  98. physics

    Assuming that the human body has a 1.2-cm-thick layer of skin tissue and a surface area of 1.5m2 , estimate the rate at which heat is conducted from inside the body to the surface if the skin temperature is 34 ∘C. (Assume a normal body temperature of 37

  99. Biology

    Systolic blood pressure is the pressure in veins. pressure in major arteries caused by the contraction of the left ventricle. pressure in major arteries when the heart is relaxing. difference in pressure that causes the pulse. hard im thinking its B

  100. math

    Can you tell me if I have the correct answer to this problem. A formula to determine the area of a person’s skin in square inches is s=15.7w^0.425 h^0.725 where w is weight in pounds and h is height in inches. Use S to estimate the area of a person’s

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