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While looking at a cell under a microscope, a scientist is able to see a biological molecule. This molecule is a nucleic acid with double strands and contains the nitrogenous bases adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine. Based on this information, what conclusion can the scientist draw regarding this nucleic acid

While looking at a cell under a microscope, a scientist is able to see a biological molecule. This molecule is a nucleic acid with double strands and contains the nitrogenous bases adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine. Based on this information, what conclusion can the scientist draw regarding this nucleic acid

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Alexandra drops an egg from 30 m above the ground to hit Vanessa on the head. If Vanessa stands 3.5 meters tall. How fast is the egg moving when it strike her head? (Hint: Draw a picture and you will see why you have to consider her height and find the time first!)

Angular momentum is given by the length of the arm to the object, multiplied by the momentum of the object, times the cosine of the angle that the momentum vector makes with the arm. From your illustration, that will be: L = R * m * vi * cos(90 – theta)  …

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Can you please make a model for this problem? [ Just use a site for free sketching and take a screenshot or draw one and take a picture ] PLEASE DO QUICKLY!

According to the problem, Drones have just mother & no fathers.Having said that it become easy to solve the problem: a. Based on this information, how many parents will a drone have? 1 b. How many grandparents will a drone have? 2 c. 1)How many great-grandparents, 3    2)great-great-grandparents, 5    3)great-great-great-grandparents …

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Draw a rectangle that shows 2 equal parts

Well… I’m not entirely sure how they want you to write the equation, however:We know that $4.50 is for one song, since we don’t know how many songs we can have ‘x’ represent the number of songs. Finally it ends up being $50 dollars, more than likely, so… from what …

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Which strategies can be used to solve this problem? The car assembly line workers at a new factory painted 5,000 cars in its first year, 7,213 cars in its second year, and 8,201 cars during its third year. How many more cars did the workers paint in its first and second years together than in its third year? Choose all answers that are correct. A. Draw a diagram. Draw three circles. In one write 5,000, in another write 7,213, and in the third write 8,201. Draw an x through the circle with 8,201 written in it. Circle the other two circles with a larger circle. B. Translate into an equation. (5,000 + 7,213) – 8,201 = c C. Work backward. Add 5,000 (cars painted first year) to 7,213 (cars painted in second year). Add 8,201 (cars painted in third year). D. Use logical reasoning. Combine the totals for cars painted in the first two years (5,000 + 7,213). Subtract 8,201 (cars painted in the third year) from the sum to get the answer.

Answer with explanation: 1. Scatter plot : In Scatter plot, which consist of two variables, are represented in two dimensional plane through dots.If you join these points along the order in which they are given , you can’t predict whether they are in ascending or descending order.But if you arrange …

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Which strategies can be used to solve this problem? Rosa organized a game day at her house. She plans to have 2 groups of 5 people play charades, and 3 groups of 4 people play board games. What is the greatest number of people who could be at Rosa’s game day? Choose ALL answers that are correct. A. Draw a diagram. Draw 2 squares and 5 circles. Then draw 3 squares and 4 circles. Add the total number of squares and circles. B. Use logical reasoning. Think that finding 2 groups of 5 is the same as 2 × 5 = 10 and that 3 groups of 4 is the same as 3 × 4 = 12. Then add 10 + 12. C. Model the problem. Show 2 groups of 5 chips and 3 groups of 4 chips. Then count all the chips. D. Translate into an equation. 2 × 3 × 4 × 5 = n. I WILL MARK AS BRAINLIEST PLUS 25 POINTS

Answer: Option C is correct 231 cubic inches  sand does Sam use Step-by-step explanation: Volume of a cone(V) is given by:              …..[1] where, r is the radius of the cone. h is the height of the cone. As per the statement: To build a …

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DUPLICATE WITH ATTACHMENT Draw the vector C⃗ =A⃗ +2B⃗ . In the drawing, vector B seems to be (1, 108 degrees) and vector A seems to be (4, 0 degrees) in the drawing

C=A-B, according to the information, the vector A⃗ has a magnitude of 3.00 and is directed parallel to the negative y-axis: that means Vector OA (0, -3)  and vector B⃗ has a magnitude of 3.00 and is directed parallel to the positive y-axis.  that means Vector OB (0, 3), so C=A – …

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The perimeter of a square is 1/5 meters. (A) Find the length of each side in meters. Draw a picture to support your response. (B) Another question how long is each side in centimeters. (C) A few more questions a pallet holding 5 identical crates weigh 1/4 ton. How many tons does each crate weigh? Draw a picture to support your response. (D) How many pounds do each crate weigh?

The perimeter of a square is 1/5 meters. (A) Find the length of each side in meters. Draw a picture to support your response. (B) Another question how long is each side in centimeters. (C) A few more questions a pallet holding 5 identical crates weigh 1/4 ton. How many …

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When a figure is translated on a coordinate grid, what conclusion can you draw from the pre-image and image? answers: The angles remain the same, and the shape of the figure changes. The side lengths remain the same, and the orientation of the figure changes. The angles remain the same, and the size of the figure changes. The side lengths remain the same, and the position of the figure changes.

Answer: TS=10cm Step-by-step explanation: Given: ABCD ≅ GHIJ and BCDA ≅ RSTU such that GH = 6 cm, HI = 8 cm, IJ = 10 cm, and GJ = 9 cm As ABCD ≅ GHIJ then its corresponding sides should be equal.[∵corresponding parts of congruent figures are equal] i.e. AB=GH=6 …

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When a figure is translated on a coordinate grid, what conclusion can you draw from the pre-image and image? answers: The angles remain the same, and the shape of the figure changes. The side lengths remain the same, and the orientation of the figure changes. The angles remain the same, and the size of the figure changes. The side lengths remain the same, and the position of the figure changes.

Answer: TS=10cm Step-by-step explanation: Given: ABCD ≅ GHIJ and BCDA ≅ RSTU such that GH = 6 cm, HI = 8 cm, IJ = 10 cm, and GJ = 9 cm As ABCD ≅ GHIJ then its corresponding sides should be equal.[∵corresponding parts of congruent figures are equal] i.e. AB=GH=6 …

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