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In a population of gerbils, long hair (H) is completely dominant over short hair (h). If 18% of the population has short hair, calculate the…
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Which list below describes the next steps of evaporated water through the water cycle?
Condensation, precipitation, runoff, ocean stora…
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How can the carbon in animal wastes reach the atmosphere?
Photosynthesis, organic carbon, underground storage
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How can the carbon in animal wastes reach the atmosphere?
Photosynthesis, organic carbon, underground storage
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What are two qualities that make an acute scalene triangle unique?
Three noncongruent sides and all angles measuring < 90º
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What is the value of G?
66
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least common multiple 5,15
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find greatest common factor get ready
13,20
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find greatest common factor get ready
12,18
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scientific notation simplify
52.63x10^3
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scientific notation simplify
37.2/10^1
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scientific notation simplify
.07x10^5
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scientific notation simplify
.00342x10^5
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scientific notation simplify
65x10^3
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scientific notation simplify
52.9/10^7
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scientific notation
.0700
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76.5x10^3
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What problems would you expect to observe in an ecosystem without primary consumers
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What does the sit and reach test measure?
muscular fitness in the abdomen
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What does the sit and reach test measure?
muscular fitness in the abdomen
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what is 3000x10,3
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In one type of plant, orange petals (O) are dominant over yellow petals (o) and tall stems (T) are dominant over short stems (t). Complete a…
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A plant grows faster and fuller due to large amounts of fertilizer. If the plant crosspollinates with another plant later, how will the use…
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The allele for a widow’s peak has complete dominance over the allele for a straight hairline (w). What is the probability of a man with a st…
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If a corn plant has a genotype Sstt, what are the possible genetic combinations that could be present in a single grain of pollen produced…
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in fruit flies, the gene for red eyes (R) is dominant and the gene for sepia eyes (r) is recessive. If two redeyed heterozygous flies (Rr) …
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in fruit flies, the gene for red eyes (R) is dominant and the gene for sepia eyes (r) is recessive. If two redeyed heterozygous flies (Rr) …
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In a monohybrid cross, if the gene for tall (T) plants was incompletely dominant over the gene for short (t) plants, what would be the pr…
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A man and woman have a son who is color blind, a recessive sexlinked trait carried on the Xchromosome, but neither parent is color blind. …
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A man and woman have a son who is color blind, a recessive sexlinked trait carried on the Xchromosome, but neither parent is color blind…
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