10 March, 2002
Sunny, High 20, Low ~8
Answers to Density calculations
P1 = .1716353 g/cm3
P2 = .1581793 g/cm3
Average P = .1649073 g/cm3
The SI unit is kg/m3 so we need to either multiply the average to1000 or move the decimal over to the right three times. Final mean density would be 164.9073 kg/m3.
More data work to come soon this week.
Just down the road from the Geophysical Institute is the University of Alaska Museum. This afternoon, I
spent most of my time awing at the overwhelming exhibitions of
Alaskan history and culture, wildlife, and Arctic's physical and
Did you know that the Trans Alaska pipeline is 800 miles long?
Did you know that there are six aspects of a salmon's life cycle?
Egg, Alevin, Fingerling, Smolted Fingerling, Feeder, and Spawning
Did you know that Kate Carmack, wife of a wealthy gold miner was
prevented from staking a claim since she was Indian?
Did you know that the colliding of energetic parcticles and molecules
of atmospheric gas produce Auroral colors?
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