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5. During the Mississippian period, Chief Priests lived in temples on top of large earth mounds. The higher the mounds were, the more important the Chief Priest was. The mounds overlooked central ceremonial plazas. When a Chief Priest died, the temple would be destroyed and the earth mound would be used to build a new one for the next Chief Priest. The closer a person's home was to the plaza, the more important one's social status was. According to the passage above, which of the following is a characteristic of the prehistoric Mississippian culture
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building homes on top of ceremonial plazas preserving temples whenever a Chief Priest died building homes according to status building earth mounds for trade
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Hope this helps.
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it was right :)
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Do you need help with more
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Cause I have all day.
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yeah but now its science can you still help ?
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Day # Volume of Water Left in Beaker (mL) 1 20 2 16 3 12 4 8 5 ?
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1. Harry put 20 mL of water in a beaker and wanted to track how the water evaporated each day. What would be the best estimate as to the amount of water left in the beaker at the start of day 5? 2 mL 4 mL 8 mL 6 mL
Gabby2117
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So if you look at it, you can see a pattern of the amount in the beaker going down by 4
Gabby2117
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so 8 - 4
anonymous
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i got it was 4ml
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correct
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2. Ivana is studying insect life cycles. She placed a male and a female gnat inside a terrarium. The female gnat laid eggs. Ivana observed and recorded all of the stages she saw the eggs go through. Her results are shown in the table below. Stage Time in Stage egg 24 hours larva 7 days pupa 6 days adult 2 weeks Which of the following is a valid conclusion that Ivana can draw from her data? A gnat completes its life cycle in about 1 month. A gnat is a crustacean, not an insect. A gnat life cycle has more than five stages. A gnat generally does not live for more than 1 week.
Gabby2117
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So the answer is the first one and here is why, the gnat is an egg for 1 day ( you are gonna need paper to write down the numbers) it is a larva for one week which is 7 days, next is the pupa stage of 6 days, finally the rest of the gnats life is two weeks which is 14 days
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add all the numbers that i did not spell out
anonymous
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A gnat completes its life cycle in about 1 month that is the right answer ?
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what is your answer
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number
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did you get 28
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yes it was a :)
Gabby2117
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and there is about 28 days in a month
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do you have any more
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yes hang on :)
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3. Anna is conducting an experiment to determine how weather affects cell phone reception. She is trying to decide the best way to conduct her experiment in order to collect meaningful data. Which of the following experiments would help Anna collect the best data? Test a cell phone's reception in one location with clear weather and in another location with rainy weather. Test different cell phones in different locations on days with rainy weather. Test a cell phone's reception in the exact same location under various atmospheric conditions. Test different cell phones in different locations on days with clear weather.
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okay
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Nutrient Nutrient Value per Serving (in %) Nutrient Value per Serving with 200 mL of Milk (in %) Iron 30 30 Vitamin A 30 40 Vitamin D 10 25 Calcium 0 30 Niacin 25 25 Protein 4 10
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Which of the nutrients in the chart was provided by milk only? Iron Calcium Niacin Protein
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sorry, i had to restart my computer
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its okay
Gabby2117
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iron
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brb
Gabby2117
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okay whats the next one
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2. Amy is experimenting to see how a truss (a type of support) can strengthen a bridge. Amy builds several models of bridges out of toothpicks. Each model has a different number of trusses. Amy suspends each model between two desks. She then adds lead weights to each bridge, one-by-one, until the bridge breaks. In the chart below, Amy recorded how many lead weights each bridge held before breaking. Number of Trusses Number of Lead Weights 8 24 10 30 14 42 18 54 What is a valid conclusion that Amy can draw from her experiment? A bridge with 20 trusses could hold 80 lead weights. A bridge with 14 trusses holds twice as much weight as a bridge with 10 trusses. Increasing the number of trusses increases the strength of the bridge. The number of trusses a bridge has does not affect amount of weight the bridge can hold.
Gabby2117
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the third one
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how many questions are there
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Examine the data table below. Most adult sparrows have a wing span falling into which of the following ranges? Adult Sparrows Measured Span in Centimeters Number of Birds 13 - 15 20 16 - 18 80 19 - 21 470 22 - 24 320 25 - 27 100 28 - 30 10
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A.19 - 24 cm B.22 - 27 cm C.25 - 30 cm D.13 - 18 cm
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I'm stumped
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maybe d
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