Why Is The Air Important?

How do we feel air?

Since air is invisible we easily forget that it is all around us.

When we blow air in a balloon, we can feel the air pushing on the balloon.

It’s the same with a tire or basketball.

When we sit in front of a fan, we can actually feel the air molecules moving in the same direction..

How is water useful to us?

Your body uses water in all its cells, organs, and tissues to help regulate temperature and maintain other bodily functions. Because your body loses water through breathing, sweating, and digestion, it’s important to rehydrate by drinking fluids and eating foods that contain water.

What is air how is it useful to us?

The air gives energy for the function of living things. Plants get their food from the event of Photosynthesis. Photosynthesis happens with the help of oxygen. Nitrogen is very useful for the growth of plants as well as trees.

What are the 5 uses of air?

Important Uses of AirSustain life and growth.Combustion.Maintaining Temperature.Supplier of Energy.Photosynthesis.

What are the 3 main properties of air?

The properties of air are:Air takes up space.Air has mass.Air is affected by heat.Air exerts pressure.Air can be compressed.Air is affected by altitude.

What are the things that need air?

Five things which need air are: Plants need air ( CO2) to respire. Animals need air (O2) to respire. Plants need air for pollination ( wind pollination) We need air to fly the kites.Aeroplane and other airways need air.

Can we see air?

Air is transparent to our eyes because we have evolved retinas that are sensitive to the very wavelengths of light that pass through it unobstructed – otherwise we wouldn’t be able to see anything at all. Wind is just moving air, caused by pressure differences in the atmosphere.

What are uses of air?

Important Uses of AirSustain life and growth.Combustion.Maintaining Temperature.Supplier of Energy.Photosynthesis.

What do humans use air for?

Not only is oxygen present in air required for combustion – the process that allows fires to form, and as a result powers most fuel-burning generators, machines and vehicles – but air can be used to create power directly. Wind, when passed through a large turbine, can be used to generate electricity.