What is one reason that wind will move faster over a steep hill than over gently sloping hill?
the pull of gravity
Because , A Steep Moutain Is Straight Down ! (: Read More
Why are ramps for people with physical disabilities long and gently sloping rather than short and steep?
because people with disabilies are hurt or cant move the same way as a normal person, so they make it eaiser for the disabled person my makeing slopes long and gently sloping. Read More
Because of helotrism, it causes things to move when the earth rotates Read More
The lava is very runny so it spreads out over a wide area. Over time the layers of lava create a volcanic mountain that has gently sloping sides. Read More
the bloody red kind Read More
Volcanoes with a large area and gently sloping sides are called 'shield volcanoes' and for them to form the lava they produce must be very runny and not to rich in gas. Thick lava forms plugs and domes which results in steeper sided volcanoes (the lava does not flow away very far) and a gas rich lava causes explosive eruptions (which can destroy the volcano) which causes the build up of steep sided cinder cones. Read More
I asked the same question! The steeper one will of course loose it's topsoil. Because the soil at the top of the hill can't stay up at steep hill, eventually gravity will pull it down to a reasonably flat ground. A sloping area topsoil will not fall because it can easily grip on the ground without gravity pulling at it that much. I hopes this helps you! Read More
A shield volcano has broad, gently sloping sides composed of many layers of cooled lava flows. A cinder cone is much smaller with steep slopes made of chunks of rock called cinders. Read More
There is a mechanical advantage in using a long, gently sloping ramp than a short steep ramp. If you want to test this remember what goes up must come down and a long ramp gives you more time to react Read More
No, they are more vulnerable. A tsunami is a big wave. steep rocky shores will resist the impact of a tsunami much better than a gradually sloping shore which will allow the wave to penetrate farther inland. Read More
it flows faster on a steep slope Read More
For an area with gently sloping hills and little relief would you draw contour lines close together or far apart?
If the "contour interval" ... the elevation difference between lines ... is the same everywhere on the map, then the lines will be closer rogether on steep ground, and farther apart on flatter ground. Read More
I believe its called "Steep" Read More
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It means that as time goes on, the distance increases quickly. Read More
A steep gradient will force the water to flow downhill faster. Read More
Does a long gently sloped inclined plane or a short steep inclined plane have the greatest mechanical advantage?
Long gently slope inclined plane Read More
its not exactly the skate board. Its how you use your momentum. Even if you do not use momentum gravity will pull u faster down a steep ramp. Read More
A volcano has steep sides rock samples from the immediate area contain both basaltic and granitic rock samples Excavation of the area reveals alternating layers of ash and lava flows what type?
Composite cone The hallmark of a composite cone composition is the mixture of cinder cone characteristics (granitic debris, very steep cone profile, and explosive eruptions) with shield cone characteristics (large footprint with gently sloping sides, basaltic debris, and lava flows). Read More
volcananos change by the lava forming on the volcano. if the lava is a sticky and is clumpy it will be a sloping volcano. if the lava is liquidy then the volcano will be steep. Read More
If a river channel has a steep gradient, the river flows faster and has more erosive energy. Read More
Steep Hill Erodes Faster. The Water Picks Up Speed And More Energy To Wear Away The Earth. Generally, hills will be steep because they are made of resistant rock; whereas gentle hills will have that shape because they are made of rock that is easily eroded. Hence steep hills will not necessarily erode faster than gentle ones. However, if a hill is steep because it has recently been formed by tectonic activity, and it comprises… Read More
No. Shield volcanoes have gentle slopes composed almost entirely of cooled lava flows. Read More
Why does the hot milk freezes faster than cold milk even if they are put into a freezer at the same time?
In a nut shell, because heat transfers faster from hotter to colder, like how a car will roll down a steep hill faster that it will roll down a hill that is less steep. Read More
Material will travel faster in a river flowing down a steep slope. As the water slows down, the material will also slow down. Read More
because you start to gain momentum Read More
cos the force of gravity is stronger when the ramp is steeper ini blud! XD Read More
the river flows faster and has more erosive energy Read More
Both shield volcanoes and cinder cones erupt low-viscosity basaltic lava and have eruptions that are only mildly explosive if at all. Cinder cones are small, steep-sloped volcanoes composed primarily of a chunky variety of basalt called scoria. Shield volcanoes are large, gently sloping volcanoes composed primarily of layers of lava flows. Read More
Imdont know but I know how gently sloped volcanoes are formed they are formed if the volcanoes only produces layers of lava Read More
It's a stratovolcano. It is made up of layers of ash and lava that is viscous enough to build a steep-sloping volcano as opposed to a shallow-sloped volcano like those in Hawaii. Read More
From my experience, Tennessee Walkers have very smooth walks as a general rule, and many other gaited breeds do too. But, what matters more than breed is the conformation. A nice sloping shoulder and a long sloping pastern (but not too long-too long and steep pasterned horses are hard to keep sound) make for a smooth ride. Read More
A landfill toe is sometimes added to the bottom of a landfill slope which has been placed to a steep slope which is considered to be unstable. Placing a toe of stone or subsoil material at his location will provide a dead weight loading which will aid stability by stopping a slip circle failure of the sloping side of a steep landfill. Visit http://www.landfill-site.com . Read More
Generally speaking: A hill has gently rising sides and a rounded summit. While a mountain has steep sides and is topped by a peak. Read More
The force of gravity causes mass wasting to occur faster. Read More
It will go faster because if you have a small/non-steep ramp the car will go slow and the ending point wont be that far, but if you have a ramp that is bigger/steeper the car will go faster and the ending point will be far. Read More
It is an isolated steep sided flat topped hill. It results from the land around it eroding at a much faster pace. Read More
Fast flowing rivers are more erosive and are light on the deposition of sediments. Slow flowing rivers allow for the deposition of sediment which create the meanders. Read More
there are no such things only V shaped valleys which have sides sloping down to a river that has cut the valley out of the rock and U shaped valleys with flat bottoms and steep sides. these have been carved out by glaciers Read More
It means that the girl doesn't love the boy anymore. Things changed as well as her feelings. Untold reason but that's what the song is all about. Steep means difficult. It will be difficult for both of them but they should part their ways. Read More
Contour lines on a on a topographic map indicate elevations. Since elevation changes gently on gentle slopes the contour lines are further apart. Elevation changes rapidly on a steep slope so the contour lines are closer together. Read More
steep slope means that it gets to their sistance faster and ends up higher than the other HOPE THAT HELPED :D Read More
A car distance time graph is a straight line with a steep slope. How would you describe the car's speed?
If the slope is 'uphill' then the car is going faster Read More
There are negative G-forces on you, so the coaster is pulling you down faster than gravity. Read More
Of course. You can run faster and slower. You can ride your bike faster or slower. You can ride it on a small slope or a steep slope. You can do more or fewer chin-ups or push-ups in each 10 seconds. You can lift lighter or heavier weights, and lift them faster or slower. You can run the treadmill faster or slower, and then keep up with it. Read More
Stream discharge physically depends on two factors: stream cross-sectional area and velocity. Area is composed of width and depth. Q (flow) = vel x width x depth. Stream elevation change, or how steep a stream is, will affect the velocity. Higher sloping streams (like those with few meanders) will travel faster than sinuous, snaking streams that have a lower elevation drop per length of stream. Read More
well i wouldn't realy call it pull. but they slide down. for example u place a toy car at the top of the slope then let it go. see what happens... the higher it goes the faster it rolls down! Read More
When toy cars go down a steep hill they pick up momentum. Which makes them go faster so a car on a steeper hill will go faster then one on a flat surface. Read More