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Match each disease with a hygiene strategy for preventing it. A.Flu Wash your body regularly. B.Athlete's foot Do not share water bottles. C.Salmonella poisoning Cook meat and poultry thoroughly.

Match each disease with a hygiene strategy for preventing it. A.Flu Wash your body regularly. B.Athlete’s foot Do not share water bottles. C.Salmonella poisoning Cook meat and poultry thoroughly.

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Why does John’s head swim when he eats the food from the glass bottles? A. The juice is poisoned. B. The juice is fermented with age. C. The juice has more sugar in it than drinks he is used to. D. The juice is intended to be consumed only by the gods.

Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 04:17 AM The reason why John’s head swim when he eats the food from the glass bottles is: D. The juice is intended to be consumed only by the gods.When John entered the city of gods, he was told that unlike humans, Gods do not hunt …

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Your six month old baby has doubled his birth weight, is grasping objects and pulling them to his mouth, and seems hungry all the time despite the eight full bottles he drinks each day. do you start solids yet

Your six month old baby has doubled his birth weight, is grasping objects and pulling them to his mouth, and seems hungry all the time despite the eight full bottles he drinks each day. do you start solids yet

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A bottler of drinking water fills plastic bottles with a mean volume of 1001 milliliters (ml) and standard deviation of 6 ml. the fill volumes are normally distributed. what proportion of bottles have volumes less than 1001 ml?

Alright so think of it this way. You want the number of hamburger patties to equal the number of rolls with as little packages as possible.              # of Packages         # per package        total #Patties       …

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HELP ME PLEASE !!! Which is the best example of a strong conclusion in a presentation? Studies have shown that bottled water is not any safer than tap water in most communities. The FDA requires technicians to test all tap water before it is distributed. Another argument against bottled water is the waste that is produced in making and disposing of the plastic bottles. Distributing cases of water creates pollution and traffic. Drinking tap water instead of bottled water is a simple thing. It is inexpensive, saves the environment, and tastes great. Why buy bottles? Fill your glass at the tap and enjoy! Do you think you can taste the difference between expensive bottled water and the water that comes from your tap? We took a poll of students here in our school. Here are the results.

Answer: Using a quotation   Giving an anecdote   Presenting a serious of interesting facts   Asking a thought-provoking question Explanation: All options except providing a conclusion can lead to the reader wanting to continue reading. A conclusion, though, is an end. An anecdote is good way to make a …

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What is the solution to the equation 1 over 21 multiplied by x is equal to 1 over 7? x = 3 x = 14 x = 28 x = 147 The cost of 2 bottles of ketchup is $7.96. What is the cost of each bottle of ketchup? $1.64 $2.65 $3.98 $5.96 An unknown number x is at most 20. Which graph best represents all the values of x? Number line graph with closed circle on 20 and shading to the right. Number line graph with open circle on 20 and shading to the right Number line graph with closed circle on 20 and shading to the left. Number line graph with open circle on 20 and shading to the left

What is the solution to the equation 1 over 21 multiplied by x is equal to 1 over 7? x = 3 x = 14 x = 28 x = 147 The cost of 2 bottles of ketchup is $7.96. What is the cost of each bottle of ketchup? $1.64 …

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