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1234usmc:
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Which of the following can produce a duplicate gene?
chromosome replication during mitosis
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jusesisgood:
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What is the differend between hypertionc cell n hypotonic cell
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missylulu:
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person weighs 75kg of which 65 kg is water. what is his mass percent water?
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FionaAlicia:
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Express the quantity 556.2 X 10^12s in each unit
a) ms
b) ns
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rissaj:
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For light with a wavelength of 555 nm, what is its frequency?
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kenneth.barber:
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Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is composed of 40.9 percent carbon, 4.6 percent hydrogen, and 54.5 percent oxygen. The molar mass of…
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Mark16:
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52. A 500g sample of Al2(SO4)3 is reacted with 450 g of Ca(OH)2. A total of 596 g of CaSO4 is produced. What is the limiting reagent in t…
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zippity:
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Consider the two electron arrangements for neutral atoms A and B. What is the difference between atom A and atom B?
A  1s22s22p63s1
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Caetea:
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Which of the following correctly describes the result of a voltage difference
A.Charges move randomly
B.Charges not to move…
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lozz:
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The molar mass of calcium is 40.08, oxygen is 16.0, and hydrogen is 1.01. What is the mass of one mole of calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)2)?
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syhna:
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trace the chain of energy transformations in the following instances, starting from the sun until its final form: a) running vehicle until i…
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swaggboisosa300:
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Anne is observing an animal specimen. It has body parts that seem to extend from a central point, just like spokes in a bicycle wheel. Which…
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jollysailorbold:
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Absorbance measures how much light is absorbed by the yeast in a solution. This value is proportional to the concentration of yeast in a so…
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cdog112098123:
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1. In your own words, summarize what causes tides. Discuss the effects of tidal forces and how bulges are formed.
2. In your own words, ex…
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Calculator:
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Confusing question,
A typical solid fertiliser for use with household plants and shrubs contains the elements N, P, and K in the ratio of 15…
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mints:
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A hypothetical strain of bacteria doubles every two minutes (exponential growth). One single bacterium was put in a sealed bottle at 8:00 A…
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ilene13:
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hannacanna:
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Someone I need help!!
7. Which of the following is a heterogeneous mixture? (1 point)
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JayDS:
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Help!! Picture attached.
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cookiess:
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The energy required to split apart hydrogen bromide according to the equation is 6.01 × 1019 J/molecule.
HBr(g) → H(g) + Br(g)
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rogersashley:
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19. Animal cells contain a low concentration of sodium ions inside the cell, while there is a high concentration of sodium ions outside the …
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sarahc:
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Which of the following fractions can be used in the conversion of 1450 cm3 to the unit km3?
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YesterdayiSaidTomorow:
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Find the number of moles in 3.4 x 10^14 molecules of water?
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riley967:
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How do you separate a mixture of CO2 and O2 ?
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Shames:
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What is diffusion? What does it have to do with osmosis?
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rokotherodent:
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Choose from the following list the three genotypes the parents must have in order for a daughter to have XbXb ? I can't figure this out!
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missylulu:
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what is the molality of a 10.5% by mass glucose (C6H12O6) the density of the solution is 1.03 g/ml. i got up to m = 0.058281527 mol/ kg... p…
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Carolinagirl304:
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The percent of composition is of nitrogen in the compound (NH4) 2O is 25.8%. Hiw do u check this answer??
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KrystaRenee:
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ranooka:
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what is the role of enzyme in metabolic regulation?
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