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What is Delta?
Asked in Lakes and Rivers, Landforms
What do you call Land form at the mouth of a river by deposited of silt?
Silt, soil and sediment deposited at the mouth of a river creates a land form called a "river delta." Because of its shape (named for the Greek letter, which is similarly triangular in shape and is the forerunner of the letter D), it is called a delta. It is made up of islands of alluvial soil, and the channels of water that separate these islets are called distributaries. Some examples are the Mississippi Delta and the Nile Delta. The soil that is deposited is called silt. The landform that is often created by deposited silt at the mouth of a river is called a river delta.
Asked in Lakes and Rivers
What is the earth and sand deposited in the mouth of the river?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Physics
What are some physics formulas for finding distance?
the physics formula for finding distance is v/t or speed divided by time. An easy way to remember this is to use something called the magic triangle, it will help you figure out the formulas for time, speed and distance and essentially velocity. The triangle is D=Distance V=Speed T=Time D= Distance and T= Time V= Speed D= V x T V= D/T T= D/V Velocity's formula is Df(finale)-Di(initial)/ T or delta D/ Delta T Delta= Change