The air in a classroom is warm, and the air outside is at the same temperature as the air inside. A student opens a
window in a room and air from outside moves into the room. What will happen to the air as it moves into the room?
The air will rise because warm air always rises.
The air will sink because it is not warmer than the air around it.
The air will not rise or sink because it is not warmer or colder than the air around it.
|D.||The heat from the air will rise because heat always rises, but the air will not move.|