They have been no to become smaller.
The answer is 37.05
If rounded, 19.5 would become 20.
Anything from 495 to 504
The bedload becomes smaller when the river is flowing downstream, and the rocks also become smaller, smoother and rounder due to attrition and abrasion. (The reason the flow slows down is because the energy of the flow decreases.)
Because attrition has occured which makes rocks and pebbles more rounded. Whilst this happens the rocks will also become slightly smaller
It is smaller than but if it was rounded to 1 decimal point then it would become 0.9
Erosion and weathering will cause rocks to become rounded.
Rivers become wider as they go downstream because more and more water is collected from runoff, and storm drainage. Even the Mississippi starts out as a tiny stream.
They fragment and become jagged, they become rounded by means of water erosion, which is why rounded rocks are found by rivers, creeks, etc.
Broken pieces travel down the stream. Due to constant friction they become rounded.
They become non reactive. that is they do not become smaller when you shine a light into them
620 would become 600 if rounded to the nearest 100.
1.049 rounded to the nearest hundredth would become 1.05
2.39 is 2.52% of 95 . (rounded) 95 is 3,974.9% of 2.39 . (rounded) 95 must be decreased by 97.48% in order to become 2.39 . (rounded) 2.39 must be increased by 3,874.9% in order to become 95 . (rounded)