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superhelp101

  • 2 years ago

Which of these statements best describes a similarity between photosynthesis and dissolving in the sea? Both store carbon in the ground. Both take up carbon from the ground. Both release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Both absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

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  1. superhelp101
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    @niravshah08 can you help buddy

  2. niravshah08
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    i think its the last option

  3. superhelp101
    • 2 years ago
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    Merci!! that is what I picked too!

  4. niravshah08
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    your welcome :)

  5. superhelp101
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    :)

  6. superhelp101
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    Can you help me with another?

  7. superhelp101
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    Which of these statements best explains why ocean water moves from A to B? Air at A is denser than at B. Temperature at A is greater than at B. The wind velocity at B is greater than at A. The tilt of Earth at B is greater than at A. @niravshah08

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  8. superhelp101
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    @Hashir joon can you help me?

  9. Hashir
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    last one :D

  10. superhelp101
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    No on the 2nd question @Hashir merci

  11. superhelp101
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    No on the 2nd question @Hashir merci

  12. Hashir
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    B

  13. superhelp101
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    Thank you that is what I put to شكرا

  14. superhelp101
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    @Hashir

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    One group of students did an experiment to study the movement of ocean water. The steps of the experiment are listed below. Fill a rectangular baking glass dish with water. Place a plastic bag with ice in the water near the left edge of the dish. Place a lighted lamp near the left edge of the dish so that its light falls directly on the plastic bag. Put a few drops of ink in the water. The student did not observe any circulation of ink in the water as expected because the experiment had a flaw. Which of these statements best describes the flaw in the experiment? Not enough ink was added. Not enough water was taken. The dish was too small for the experiment. The lamp and the ice bag were at the same place. @Hashir I need help on this too!! :(

  16. Hashir
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    A

  17. superhelp101
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    Are you sure @Hashir maybe it's C

  18. superhelp101
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    Are you sure @Hashir maybe it's C

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