Asked in Freshwater Aquariums, Goldfish, Guppy
Competition among two carp and two guppy fish for food?
Carp are cold water fish. (Below 68F) Guppies are tropical fish. (Above 68F) They should never be kept together. ...
Asked in Skiing
What is the best temperature to go skiing 20c 20f?
20f. 20c is 68f, a brisk spring day. There would be no snow at 20c.
Asked in Metal and Alloys
What are the elements in magnesium and iron?
Actually, Magnesium and Iron ARE elements. As such, in their purest forms, there is only Magnesium and Iron in them respectively. Iron is, of course, an element classified as a transition metal, with the symbol Fe (from the Latin: Ferrum), with the atomic number 26 on the periodic table, an atomic mass of 55.845 amu, has 26 protons and electrons and 30 neutrons (per atom), and a density of 7.86 g/cm3 at 293 degrees Kelvin (approximately room temperature, 20C/68F). Magnesium however, is an element...
Asked in Bodies of Water, Lakes and Rivers
How warm is Lake Michigan?
Southern Lake Michigan is warm from the end of June until early September (68F and above). Northern Lake Michigan is only warm from mid July until late August. (again 68F and above). The warmest the lake ever gets is in the low 80s (not very common) and that's only in the southern part. ...
Asked in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon
What if i can't find mew in 48F 68F and 98F in buried relic?
Then you try the dungeon again. He is in any floor- once in the dungeon between 36f and 99f ...
Asked in Units of Measure
What are two common units for measuring pressure?
There are many units for measuring the pressure but the most used units are : I- 1 PSI: Pounds per sq. In= 27.73 Inches of water@68F=2.311 feet of water@68F=2.036 Inches of mercury@0C=0.07031 kilograms per sq. cm.=0.0680 atomospheres=51.71 Millimeters of mercury@0c=0.7043 Meters of water= 0.06895 Bar=6.895 kilo Pascals II- 1 Bar= 14.50 Pounds per sq. in=1.020 kilograms per sq. cm.=100.0 Kilo Pascals ...
Asked in Temperature
What is 76 Fahrenheit in centigrade?
It's just over 24 degrees Celsius (as centigrade is now called) You're so lazy. If you have a temperature in Fahrenheit, take away 32 and then divide the result by 1.8 to get the temperature in degrees Celsius. So, 76 - 32 = 44 44 / 1.8 = 24.4 24.4 degrees C is your answer -30C is extremely cold: -22F -20C is very cold: -4F -10C is cold: 14F 0C is the freezing point: 32F 10C is cool: 50F 20C is...