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Find the product of (x − 3)^2. A) x2 + 6x + 9 B) x2 − 9 C) x2 − 6x + 9 D) x2 + 9

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sorry wrong subject lol
D is wrong, A I am not sure about And B I think might be it

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is anyone good at biology????
nope. so B though?
I think, and I am somewhat good ad Bio.
ok my question is all fungi are what?
Decomposers
thats not one of my answer choices these are my answer choices photosynthetic. heterotrophic. autotrophic. parasitic
i think its heterotropic idk tho
@Sicko prolly does lol
can u help @Sicko
Eukaryotic and nonphotosynthetic thats wat wiki answers say
thats not an option tho..
Fungi have a common nutritional mode: Absorption: The transport of food from their substrate into their cell walls. The following events occur in this mode of nutrition: If the available food that the fungus is using is soluble, i.e. a simple organic compound, such as simple sugars and amino acids, the mycelium or yeast cells can transport the food directly through their cell wall. If the available food is insoluble, i.e. a large, complex, organic compound, such as lignin, cellulose and pectin, then production the food must first be digested. Digestion is carried out by the production of various enzymes that are substrate specific and will break down insoluble food material to soluble compounds that can be transported through the cell wall. Although this appears to be very different from the way in which we (animals) digest food, it differs only in the sequence of events that takes place. Where we ingest food and then digest it, fungi first digest their food before ingestion.
thanxx @RoxxisaUNICORN u wew right with ur answer....
Heterotropic.
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were im sorry @RoxxisaUNICORN i spelled it wrong
thanxx @ sicko
who's good with english 10
pm me @Sicko

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