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#1. How much carbon dioxide is there in one litre of air?

The atmosphere is about 0.04% carbon dioxide. It’s almost 50% more than before the Industrial Revolution.

#2. What does a meteorologist study?

Meteorology is the study of the atmosphere and weather.

#3. What weighs more – a cup of sea water or a cup of fresh water?

Sea water has lots of dissolved salts, which makes it denser than fresh water.

#4. Which atom is the lightest?

Hydrogen atoms are the lightest.

#5. If you increase the volume of a sound by 10 decibels, how much more power does it have?

A difference of 10 decibels means ten times more power.

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