between two ions of opposite charges. In ionic bonding, electrons transfer from one atom to another.
Describe what happens if you are riding a skateboard and hit something like a curb with the front wheels.
If you are riding a skateboard and hit something like a curb with the front wheels then the skateboard would stop due to the friction offered by the club but your body would fall forward due to the effect of that inertia.
What is Newton's first law?
According to Newton's first law, until pushed to alter its condition by the intervention of an external force,
Every object will continue to be at rest or in uniform motion along a single direction until/unless some external force is applied.
When the front wheels of a skateboard collide with something like a curb, then the skateboard will halt because of the friction created by the object, but your body will fall forward as a result of the inertia.
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True or false one of the benefits of using an exercise ball is generally involves the core muscles?
the answer is true improve core stability
This is true in many cases, but not all. There are exercises in which you simply raise and lower an exercise ball over your head (kind of like weight lifting), but whenever the ball is in front of you and you reach out at all with your arms, that is a core workout.
Select all that apply.A longitudinal wave is characterized by _____. peaks compressions dips rarefactions
A longitudinal wave ischaracterized by rarefactions. A longitudinal wave is a wave motion wherein theparticles in the wave medium are displaced parallel to the advancing wave. When motionis detected from the source, the particle next to it vibrates from its rest positionand a progressive change in phase vibration is observed at each particle withinthat wave. The result is that the energy is transported from one region to theother. These combined motions result in the movement of alternating regions of rarefactionin the direction of transport of energy.
It's characterized by both compression and rarefaction.
(the compression in front of the waves induces a rarefaction behind the wave)