anonymous
  • anonymous
1. The presence of legs or other limbs indicates that the animal is (1 point) A) an acoelomate. B) radially symmetrical. C) a protostome. D) segmented.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hold on one second do you just want this answer or all of them?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer to this one is d segmented
anonymous
  • anonymous
number 2 is c a pseudocoelomate

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anonymous
  • anonymous
number 3 is c c
anonymous
  • anonymous
number 4 is c the blastopore in a deuterostome develops into theanimal's anus
anonymous
  • anonymous
this is the quick check for Animal Body Plans:1 all answers please...if you know them
anonymous
  • anonymous
number 5 is b a zygote
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think this should help :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Now can you redirect me to the math part of os PLEASE thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
of what?
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  • anonymous
what you need help on....inbox me
anonymous
  • anonymous
My inbox doesn't work but can you give me a link to the math part of openstudy I am in algebra 1 so idk if you can help
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im confused

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