Smooth would be an antonym for rough.
Rough and smooth it would be the Endoplasmic Reticulum
if it was a very big piece of salt it would feel smooth
Rough and smooth would be the two basic textures.
the fracture of gold would be smooth kind of rough around the edges
Yes. Think about two steep hills. One is covered in ice (smooth). The other is covered in sandpaper (rough). The ice covered hill would be MUCH easier to slide down. Thus, the friction is much LESS, on a SMOOTH SURFACE. Then the opposite must be true, that friction is GREATER on a ROUGH SURFACE.
Both might be ok, informally, with different meaning. Unsmooth would be a verb, meaning to roughen, as a surface: I unsmoothed it with scratchy, rough sand-paper. Non-smooth would be an adjective: Stand on the non-smooth part for better traction. But it is better to use roughen for the verb and rough for the adjective.
friction is a slowing force which happens when two surfaces rub against each other. Rough surfaces create stronger friction than smooth ones do. This is why slides are given smooth slippery surfaces. Can you imagine how difficult it would be to slide down a rough concrete ramp?
rybosomes = faculty smooth= hallways when faculty isnt around (during class when kids go to bathroom rough= hallways when faculty is around (between classes)
it would roll better on a slanted surface
If the surface is completely reflective then the angle at which the incident light leaves the surface will be different. For a rough surface the light would be scattered, whereas for a smooth surface they would reflect at the same angle the hit. If the surface isn't completely reflective then the angle and speed and which the light enters the object. For a rough surface the angles will random and based on the refractive index of the material. For a smooth surface they will be proportional to the sin of the angle times the refractive index.
The options for the question are:Smooth texture and light colorSmooth texture and dark colorRough texture and light colorRough texture and dark colorThe correct answer would be rough texture and dark color (4).
Some feel smooth because it has been eroded away by the current of the water for a very, very long time. The more rough rocks have not been succumb to as much erosion, therefore it is not smooth yet.
rough pointy smooth purple blue green neon colorful
When bowling sometimes you end up with either a smooth or rough ball if the bowling lane is rough the lanes would get messed up. If it is a smooth ball it wont go all the way down because it has no momentum.
a smooth surface would let all the light through in one direction/angle, but a rough surface would make the different rays of light come out at different angles;making the different coulors more easily visible.
this means that the parents are rryy and RRYY (R-rough, r-smooth, Y-yellow, y-white skin) the F1 population would all be rough hair and cream coloured skin - phenotype while the genotype would be RrYy. since Rr is dominant therefore rough and since Yy is codominant therefore cream coloured skin now if u self them u get 4 different types of gametes: RY, Ry, rY, ry now putting them in a mendalian double hybrid cross u get the genotypes RRYY-1- rough hair yellow skin RRYy- 2 - rough hair cream skin RrYY-2 - rough hair yellow skin RrYy-4 - rough hair cream skin RRyy-1 - rough hair white skin Rryy-2 - rough hair white skin rrYY-1 - smooth hair yellow skin rrYy-2 - smooth hair cream skin rryy-1 - smooth hair and white skin there fore your phenotypic ratios would be rough hair and yellow skin - 3 rough hair and cream skin - 6 rough hair and white skin - 3 smooth hair and yellow skin - 1 smooth hair and cream skin - 2 smooth hair and white skin - 1
I would say, very rough since meteors and other things have crash onto the moon's surface, so it would be very rough
It would depend on how a dancer would take care of their feet. For me and the girls I have danced point with, we all have rough feet. We refer to our not so smooth or good looking feet as 'dancer's feet'.
Well, if you ask me, my ansew would be both, because at some times they can smooth and bumpy in different sections
That would be the endoplasmic reticulum. It can be described as 'smooth' or 'rough'. Please refer to the Related Link for more information.
i would have to say because it is smaller and it has rough non smooth surfaces