WONDER #2414: How Are Fog and Mist Different?
Question 1 of 3
Fog and mist form when _________________ cools quickly and becomes visible.
- dust in the air
- volcanic ash
- the ozone layer
- water vapor
Question 2 of 3
What is the difference between fog and mist?
- Fog only occurs over water, and usually over the ocean; mist happens on dry land.
- In fog, people can’t see more than ⅝ of a mile (1 km) in front of them; in a mist, they can see longer than ⅝ of a mile but less than 7 miles (11 km).
- Fog happens in Scotland, and mist happens in California.
- There is no difference between fog and mist.
Question 3 of 3
Which of the following is NOT something fog or mist represent in stories, movies, and TV shows, according to this Wonder?
- Hidden Truths
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