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How does your skeleton compare to steel framework or a skyscraper?

Both a skeleton and the steel framework of a skyscraper give the shape of a structure but a skeleton enables the structure to move where as in a skyscraper the steel framework can not move.


How does your skeleton compare to the steel frame work of a skyscraper?

Both a skeleton and a steel frame provides structure and a shape. However, a skeleton consists of movable parts while a steel frame in a skyscraper remains still.


How does your skeletons compare to the steel framework of a skyscraper?

your bones can break but to the steel framework of a skyscraper is way to hard


How does your skeletons compare to a steel framework of a skyscraper?

your bones can break but to the steel framework of a skyscraper is way to hard


How does you skeleton compare to the steel framework of a skyscrapere?

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What type of structure is the Taipei 101?

A steel-and-glass skyscraper.


If the skeleton was made of steel would it be heavier?

no a skeleton is stronger than steel so it ways more.


Who invented a steel frame of a skyscraper?

William Le Baron Jenney


How do engineers make skyscrapes strong enough to withstand earthquakes high wind and severe changes in temperature?

By clustering steel collumns and beams in the skyscraper's core. By clustering steel collumns and beams in the skyscraper's core.


what was innovative about the first skyscraper?

The use of structural steel in a metal frame design.


How do skyscraper cranes climb?

You produced" hydraulic engine gear boxes and steel wire.


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