Kitten_is_back
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What is the defining feature of a system? A. properties that don’t change B. collision C. interaction D. gravitational force
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Kitten_is_back
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@Shalante
anonymous
  • anonymous
Wait up. Doing something
Kitten_is_back
  • Kitten_is_back
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emogirl100
  • emogirl100
a solar system?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Scientific system includes solar system. The planets interact with the suns
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh wow, I got this question ^ hehe
emogirl100
  • emogirl100
case then it D
Kitten_is_back
  • Kitten_is_back
d is my andswer?
emogirl100
  • emogirl100
yes if it a solar system
anonymous
  • anonymous
Another scientific system is the respiratory system where lungs interact with oxygen.
emogirl100
  • emogirl100
@Shalante is right but there are many types of system you have 2 b specific
emogirl100
  • emogirl100
@Kitten_is_back
Kitten_is_back
  • Kitten_is_back
igravrity
emogirl100
  • emogirl100
then D
anonymous
  • anonymous
It is D, but what do you mean by specific system?
emogirl100
  • emogirl100
giv a sec
anonymous
  • anonymous
I mean it is C
Kitten_is_back
  • Kitten_is_back
so its not d its c
anonymous
  • anonymous
@emogirl100 The question is asking for the defining features of a "system" not a "solar system" So it is C, not D I said D earlier because I was multitasking. Sorry.
emogirl100
  • emogirl100
@Kitten_is_back pick one
Kitten_is_back
  • Kitten_is_back
c iguess
emogirl100
  • emogirl100
okay
anonymous
  • anonymous
@emogirl100 This a simple no brainer answer to me.
emogirl100
  • emogirl100
no because if it was a solar system it would have been d .@Shalante
anonymous
  • anonymous
No, this is a science question, not an astronomy based question. Look at the previous question this user posted. Both this question relates to topics like scientific inquiry, modeling, and experimentation.
emogirl100
  • emogirl100
so i got mix up who cares
anonymous
  • anonymous
Where does it say solar system? Gravitational force is still an interaction between 2 planets you know?
Rushwr
  • Rushwr
Not all systems involve collisions or gravitational force (although many do!), and just having properties that don't change doesn't make a system (think of a single inanimate object sitting on a table). But all systems have some sort of interaction going on within them.SO I would go with answer c interactions.

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