would a scale that is used to weigh food be the best tool to weigh concrete blocks
I think no because the blocks would be too heavy to weigh.
No, not strong enough to weigh a 50 pound object.
No. The weight of the concrete block is likely to exceed the range over which the food scale is designed to be used.
Are used to balance scale to find the conversion factor that can be used to convert the number of blocks to the weight of the blocks in pounds
the main problem would be to actually get the scale right. the planets variy in size so greatly it would be really hard to get the planets anywhere near the right size
alot bcause a earthquake is big
The use of concrete on a massive scale.
The tonic scale would be the scale of the key that the song would be played in.
Shipping scale are very useful since you have large packages to send. It very useful since you can identify right away how much it would cost for you in sending those packages. Just like a regular scale just put it on top and the actual scale would just come out.
Nanochemistry is the use of chemical synthesis to make nanoscopic-scale building blocks of desired shape, size, composition and surface structure, charge and function with an optional target to control self-assembly of these building blocks at various scale-lengths.
You would use a scale for measuring weight.You would use a scale for this.
It would depend on the scale of the model!
A sign that your question lacked some of the information necessary to convert the 5.237 from its original scale to a 4.0 GPA scale. If the 5.237 was achieved on a 5.0 scale, it would be approximately 4.19 on a 4.0 scale. If the original scale was 6.0, the conversion would be 3.49 on a 4.0 scale.
The map with the smallest scale would be a World map or Globe. The largest scale would be a city map.
Which of the following would be an appropriate scale of measurement for a small scale map showing a large region :
7.0 on the Richter scale. ( not sure if I spelled it right.)
Yes, an electronic scale can be wrong. First, double check some things to make sure it's the scale. Do you have the scale on a flat, even surface? Did you weigh yourself right after a meal? It might be helpful to weigh yourself at the same time of day each time. If all these things are in check, then I would purchase a new scale.
Right at the bottom.
to pull a scale you stand on one leg (normally you stand on your right leg) then you grab the right side of your left ankle and pull it up.
Changing the scale of the car will change the force of the crash.
You can't. Because of the different weights, weight blocks and positioning of the weight blocks, it is easy to mistake a ball from being heavier than another, however due to the weight block position, it is actually lighter by ounces.
Total downward force = 300 + 250 + 300 = 850N Total reaction (upward) force must be 850N = scale left (400N) + scale right. So scale right must be 450N.