The drawing shows a side view of a swimming pool. the pressure at the surface of the water is atmospheric pressure. the pressure at the bottom of the pool is greater because of the weight of water above it. as a storm approaches, the atmospheric pressure drops. what happens to the pressure at the bottom of the pool? a the pressure at the bottom of the pool decreases by exactly the same amount as the atmospheric pressure decreases. b nothing happens to the pressure at the bottom of the pool. c the pressure at the bottom of the pool increases. d the pressure at the bottom of the pool decreases, but not as much as the atmospheric pressure decreases.
the correct answer is:
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the carpet is more likely to accumulate excess electric charge (static electricity) over time when there is no good way for it discharge. the dry air, as was said, insulates the carpet and makes it prone to such accumulation. this is less the case with humid air that allows the carpet to continuously discharge a portion of its electric charge over time and thus spares us--the walkers--a minor shock.
the answer is choice c.
hydrogen bonds must be overcome for water to evaporate.