Why are people told to lower their windows shades on hot sunny days?
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Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Why are there different shades of people?
It is generally accepted that darker skin found in Africa is a protection against sunburn, in a region that is particularly sunny, and paler skin found in northern Europe is an adptation to a less sunny climate where it is helpful to have paler skin in order to be able to synthesize vitamin D more easily; some shades of skin do not have as obvious an explanation and may just be the result of genetic drift; not all changes are necessarily driven by some environmental pressure. Isolated populations develop their own typical characteristics.
Will a 120-volt 9000 BTU split unit work well in a 148 sq. ft cement room with two sunny windows?
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What is an example of an objective statement about a picture that shows two people talking while standing under the tree on a sunny day?
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
Why is the inside of a car hotter than he outdoor temperature on a sunny summer day?
Asked in Energy, Cars & Vehicles, Earth Sciences
Does a car with rolled up windows get hotter than the outside air temp?
Asked in Chemistry
Will pond water evaporate FASTER on a warm sunny day or a warm cloudy day and why?
On a sunny day the air is less saturated than on a cloudy day and thus the water will evaporate faster. The water will evaporate until the air is completely saturated (100% humidity) and the lower the humidity the faster evaporation will occur. Therefore, on a sunny day with a lower humidity the water will evaporate faster than on a cloudy day.
Asked in Meteorology and Weather
The air pressure on a rainy day is usually air pressure on a sunny day?
That's incorrect! The air pressure on a rainy day will relatively be lower than that on a sunny day. On a sunny day the air pressure is at or around about 14.1 lbs/in^2 where as on a rainy day it will be somewhat lower at around about 13.78 lbs/in^2 or lower. The weather is determined by the elevation being above or below sea level. Hence when it rains the elevation is below sea level which results in the drop of atmospheric pressure.