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QUESTION 1 2 points Saved 198 35 neres 1910 meters Above are data about the actual ocean and a cuboid ocean with a square top measuring 1.9 x 10 meters (length and width) and a depth of 3,700 meters. Use these data to answer the following: What is the surface area of the top face of the cuboid in square meters? (Use scientific notation and keep 3 significant figures, eg. 1.00E10) 361E14 QUESTION 2 2 points Saved The cuboids top surface area is similar compared to the actual ocean? True False QUESTION 3 2 points Saved What is the volume of the cuboid in cubic meters? (Use scientific notation and keep 3 significant figures, eg. 1.00E10) 1.34E10 QUESTION 4 2 points saved The cubolds volume is similar compared the actual ocean True FalseQUESTION 5 What is the prominent feature of the cuboid ocean, area or depth? Area Depth QUESTION 6 The rate of thermal expansion for 33 permil seawater is 0.00019/C. hints: Use this factor and the volume of the cuboid (problem 3) to determine the added volume caused by a 1C ocean warming in cubic meters, volume 0.00019/C*1C. (Use scientific notation and keep 3 significant figures, eg. 1.00E10) QUESTION 7 Suppose the cuboids sides (surface area) cannot change, only the depth. How much must the cuboids water level rise to accommodate the new volume? hints: This is the approximately the sea level rise caused by a 1 C warming of the ocean in meters, depth、0.00019/C·1C. (Keep 1 decimal places, eg. 1.0) QUESTION 8 The volume of water held by the 2 main ice caps (Antarctica and Greenland) is about 1.6 % the volume of the ocean. What is 1.6 % of the cuboids volume (problem 3) in cubic meters? (Use scientific notation and keep 3 significant figures, eg. 1.00E10) QUESTION 9 Suppose the cuboids sides cannot change, only the depth. How much must the cu bolds water level rise to accommodate the new volume in meters? 1.6% of the depth (round to closest integer, eg 1)QUESTION 10 What fraction of the ice sheets (wrt total amount of ice sheets) would need to melt to result in a 1 meter sea level rise? hints: You get the amount of sea level rise (in meters) from melting the whole ice burg (lets say 1 unit of ice burg) in question 9, so if the sea level rise is 1 meter, how many units of ice burg is melted? (Use scientific notation and keep 2 significant figures, eg. 1.0E10)

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