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 Why are tornadoes like vacuum cleaners?

Answer because the air in side them is moving so fast that it makes the tornado have less pressure than the things around it making every thing get sucked in to it just like a vacuum
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Why are tornadoes like giant vacuum cleaners?

The air pressure inside a tornado is very low. because the air pressure outside of the tornado is higher than the pressure inside, air rushes into the tornado. Rushing air causes the tornado to act... Read More »
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In what way are tornadoes like giant vacuum cleaners?

Because they are both like a fat guy suck everything up and then dispose of it when their done. However fat guys don't give things back up as fast as tornados and vacuum cleaners
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What is the weighted means price of a retailer selling 50 vacuum cleaners at 90 and 35 vacuum cleaners at 140?

Answer "Eutectic" refers to a mixture or alloy that has the lowest possible melting / freezing point. In a true eutectic solution, all its consituents move from solid state to liquid and vice versa... Read More »
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Are Dyson vacuum cleaners any better than regular vacuum cleaners?

The hype would say so. No bag, high vortex currents and no clog filters ensure there is always vacuum. Personal experience of the DC01, there are times when the dyson is more efficient and times wh... Read More »
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