**Answer:**

64 times

**Explanation:**

if increase of 1 gives you 32

then increase of 2 will give you its double

64

**Answer:**

The angle will be "**124°**". The further explanation is given below.

**Explanation:**

As we know,

**(a)...**

Let the resultant of , , and will be , then

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On putting values, we get

⇒

⇒

**(b)...**

On squaring both sides, we get

⇒

⇒

**(c)...**

Let the resultant angle will be "",

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Given:

d = 2.70 g/cm³, the density

M = 5.31 lbs, the mass

t = 0.0130 mm, thickness

Convert all data into SI units.

d = (2.70 g/cm³)*(1/1000 kg/g)*(10² cm/m)³

= 2.7 x 10³ kg/m³

M = (5.31 lb)*(0.543592 kg/lb)

= 2.4086 kg

t = (0.013 mm)*(10⁻³ m/mm)

= 1.3 x 10⁻⁴ m

Let the surface area f the foil be A m².

Then the mass of the foil is

M = d*A*t

= (2.7 x 10³ kg/m³)*(A m²)*(1.3 x 10⁻⁴ m)

= 0.351A kg

Because the mass is 2.4086 kg, therefore

A = 2.4086/0.351

= 6.862 m²

Answer: The surface area is 6.862 m².

**Answer:**

**Higher, Windward side, Condenses**

**Explanation:**

**The Windward side refers to that side of a mountain that faces the direction from which the wind is blowing**. In this direction, the moisture containing hot air blowing from a distant place moves upward and strikes the mountain at a greater height, where the air mass is thin and the temperature is relatively cold. As the temperature and pressure decrease with altitude, the hot uprising air cools and gradually condenses. This results in the occurrence of high precipitation over this region i.e. the windward side of the mountain.

Therefore, the precipitation is always **higher** on the **windward side** of a mountain as the hot air undergoes **condensation** at greater height as it rises upward.

Electrons on the outermost shell/energy level