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By Sarah Lane
Jan 28, 2003, 8:48am

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Topic: Everything

ClassBrain Visitor:

1) How is thunder formed? What is the cause?

2) How can I become a famous singer/dancer? Give me a list of record companies looking for talent.

3) Describe the components of air.

4) What are some factors that effect gases?

5) What does the nucleus of an atom contain?

6) What does the atomic #  represent?

7) What is the basic unit of length?

8) What is the basic unit of mass?

9) What is the jet stream?

10) What are the five freedoms?

11) What is a compound? How can you identify a compound?


ClassBrain Response:

Hi! We noticed you are a regular visitor of the ClassBrain.com website and we thank you for that. We recently received quite a few questions from you (11) and we will do our best to answer them or lead you in the right direction to discover the answers on your own. Remember when you are studying that learning is a progressive process. Lectures, class notes, textbooks, and study guides are all things that help you learn. If you skip a step or try and cram for tests the night before, your grades are going to suffer. That said, let’s see if we can’t lead you in the right direction for using educational materials on the web.

1) How is thunder formed? What is the cause?

Here are a few sites on weather to answer your first question:
Lightning: Just For Kids
Web Weather for Kids
NOAA Education


2) How can I become a famous singer/dancer? Give me a list of record companies looking for talent.

Here is a list of sites for acting, dancing, singing, and stand up comedy to learn more about performance arts and to answer your second question.

3)
Describe the components of air.
4) What are some factors that effect gases?

Here’s a site where you can learn about Ozone and the Atmosphere to answer your third and fourth questions.


5)
What does the nucleus of an atom contain?

6) What does the atomic #  represent?

Here you can learn about the Nuclear World and answer your fifth and sixth questions.

These are periodic tables:
ClassBrain
1001 Periodic Table
Environmental Chemistry

7)
What is the basic unit of length?

8) What is the basic unit of mass?

Discovery has all sorts of info on measurement to answer your seventh and eighth questions.

9) What is the jet stream?

The Jet Stream is a long narrow meandering current of high-speed winds near the tropopause (which is the top of the troposphere) blowing from a generally westerly direction and often exceeding a speed of 250 miles (402 kilometers) per hour.

10) What are the five freedoms?
The five freedoms can be found in the First Amendment to the United States Constitution:

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble; and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." --First Amendment to the United States Constitution

11)
What is a compound? How can you identify a compound?

Here is a chemistry site to answer your eleventh question.


Hopefully these resources will be helpful in your quest for information.

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