anonymous
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Which of the following can cause a communicable disease ................................
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anonymous
  • anonymous
heredity something in the environment a virus lifestyle
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
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anonymous
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@Nnesha
Jack1
  • Jack1
hi @ortiz09 so the answer's pretty much in the question if you understand the history or roots of the words: communicable means: the ability to be passed from one person to another... so like "contagious" heredity - means it has to do with your genes, so from your parents, grandparents, etc viruses are contagious... so this fits
Jack1
  • Jack1
environment.... can make u sick, but cant make u make other people sick usually, so not this lifestyle... again: not communicable
anonymous
  • anonymous
thx
Jack1
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np man ;)
anonymous
  • anonymous
and I like ur goku
Jack1
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cheers bro! =)

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