NathalyN
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Who named it, when was it, and what does the name mean? of cheetha and geat white shark
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anonymous
  • anonymous
http://ielc.libguides.com/sdzg/factsheets/cheetah
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheetah things about the cheetah

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NathalyN
  • NathalyN
it doesent say who named the cheethas I cant find that anywhere what can I do?????
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
and what does it mean when was it????????
anonymous
  • anonymous
I have no clue what is this for? it is all I can find on the animals
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
Pick three organisms. Only two can be animals. One must be from any of the other kingdoms: bacteria, protists, fungi, or plants. For each organism, answer the following questions. a. What is its scientific name (genus and species), as well as its full classification? (family, order, class, phylum, kingdom). (4 points for each organism = 12 total) b. Who named it, when was it, and what does the name mean? (5 points for each organism = 15 total) c. What other organisms is it closely related to? (4 points for each organism = 12 total) d. What is the scientific name for humans? (1 point)
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
thsi is the assignemt i did the first i need to dot he 2and3
anonymous
  • anonymous
In 1758, Carolus Linnaeus gave the great white shark its first scientific name, Squalus carcharias. Later, Sir Andrew Smith gave it Carcharodon as its generic name in 1833, and also in 1873. The generic name was identified with Linnaeus' specific name and the current scientific name, Carcharodon carcharias, was finalized. Carcharodon comes from the Greek words karcharos, which means sharp or jagged, and odous, which means tooth for the shark one
anonymous
  • anonymous
if you use wiki it tells you on the side near taxonomy and stuff what kingdom it is from
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
okay well i will try to that can you help with an other assignment and then i owuld herlp you???
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
for D it is homo sapiens
anonymous
  • anonymous
A South African cheetah (A. jubatus jubatus) Conservation status Vulnerable (IUCN 3.1)[2] Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Felidae Genus: Acinonyx Species: A. jubatus Binomial name Acinonyx jubatus (Schreber, 1775) Subspecies A. j. jubatus A. j. raineyii A. j. soemmeringii A. j. hecki A. j. venaticus what I found on cheetah
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
okay thank i will open another page okay ???
anonymous
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NathalyN
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Make a line graph with the template as an example (click here for the template). You can make your own on Microsoft Excel with the graphing function or you can use Word. Put in the following data points: Years Ago Population 400,000 0 1800 0.9 billion 1850 1.3 billion 1900 1.65 billion 1950 2.5 billion 2000 5.98 billion 2050 8.9 billion (projected) If you have constructed your graph correctly, you should looking at a type of growth known as exponential. Unlike linear growth (click here to see how they compare), with exponential growth each increase between numbers builds on the previous increase and the value climbs much more quickly. Just by doubling numbers, or using an exponent (with doubling, the exponent is 2), you can see how quickly exponential growth happens: 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096, 8192 In no time at all we’re almost at 10,000! The reason why population growth is increasing so quickly is because it is a type of exponential growth. Make sure each axis on your graph is labeled correctly and title the graph Exponential Population Growth. I CAN NOT DO THIS :((((

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