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 Melting snow 2010-02-11 From Cyndi:How long will it take for 5 feet of snow in an area of 17 by 12 to melt at 35 degrees and cloudy.Answered by Robert Dawson. 1 foot of snow = how much rain 2007-09-25 From Lisa:1foot of snow = how much rainAnswered by Penny Nom. A melting snowball 2006-11-06 From Jay:A snowball melts at a rate proportional to its surface area. Show that its radius shrinks at a constant rate. If it melts to 8/27 of its original volume in 20 minutes, how long will it take to melt completely? Please I need your help.Answered by Stephen La Rocque. Snow in the driveway 2004-04-09 From Patricia:Following a severe snowstorm, Ken and Bettina Reeves must clear their driveway and sidewalk. Ken can clear the snow by himself in 4 hours, and Bettina can clear the snow by herself in 6 hours. After Bettina has been working for 3 hours, Ken is able to join her. How much longer will it take them working together to remove the rest of the snow?Answered by Penny Nom. A snowball melts 2003-12-11 From Adam:A spherical snowball has diameter 10cm and density 0.75g/cm3. It is placed in a cylindrical can with diameer 12cm. After the snow melts it turns to water with density 1.0g/cm3. What will be the depth of the water in the can (to 1 decimal place)?Answered by Penny Nom.

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