# Riding bikes and conserving electricity are ..........activities to the environment

2 months ago

## Solution 1

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2 months ago
Do you have a word bank? or anything to choose from?

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When a plant is not strong enough to support its own weight, what is most likely the problem??
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It has a weak stem!! It might be wrong sorry

Solution 2
Needs water to stop it wilting.
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What was Antarctica's climate like millions of years ago provide two types of evidence
Solution 1
Antarctica's climate was a tropical, green, beautiful place millions of years ago. Scientists found palm trees along the shore of Antarctica. Palm trees only grow in hot and humid places like Florida.Â

That's the only evidence I knew of (The palm trees).Â Also when I did the research that's all I could find. (The Palm Trees)
Solution 2

The continent was relatively flat before glaciers started carving deep valleys 34 million years ago, a new study finds. Like Alaska's mighty Yukon, a broad river once flowed across Antarctica, following a gentle valley shaped by tectonic forces at a time before the continent became encased in ice.

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how do you think the hardness and density of a mineral that formed through metamorphism would compare to a mineral that formed through evaporation ?
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Hardness of a mineral is defined as the resistance to breaking, and density is defined as the mass of a substance per unit volume.

The density and hardness of a mineral, that is formed from through metamorphism are relatively much harder because the metamorphic minerals are formed under extremely high temperature and pressure conditions. These are high-grade minerals.

On the other hand, the density and hardness of a mineral formed through evaporation are much weaker in nature, because these minerals are formed when the water is eliminated due to the high rate of evaporation.

So, it can be concluded that the density and hardness of as mineral formed through the metamorphic process is highly stronger and harder than those that are formed through evaporation.

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Which of these is a source of sediment? Question 1 options: fragments of other rocks chemicals and minerals dissolved in water sea shells all of the above
Solution 1

Option (1)

Explanation:

Sediments are defined as broken materials such as rock fragments, soil particles, that are transported from one place to another by the agents such as wind, water and ice. The sediments are formed from the weathering of rock bodies.

The source of a sediment refers to the point (location) from which the sediments are originated.

The fragments of other rocks can be considered to be a source of sediment because these are broken fragments were initially a part of another rock, that eventually weathered, and eroded and deposited at a different place.

hence, the correct answer is option (1).

Solution 2
I say both of the 2 options you have provided would suffice as an answer.
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substance that is found between the cell membrane and the nucleus, which primarily consists of water and holds organelles?
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Cytoplasm,,,,,,,,,,,,
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That would be the cytoplasm
It contains all the cell organelles and is separated from the extracellular environment by the cell membrane

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Is The sharpness of an image produced by a microscope is called magnification
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No. Magnification refers to how many times larger an image is made. The sharpness of an image produced by a microscope is called resolution.
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Are humans scavengers or consumers?
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Id say scavengers but im not 100% sure

Solution 2
Actually, neither of them. Humans mostly don't hunt for prey and they do not eat just plants (except for vegans). They eat dead and proccessed food, so they are detritivores (detritophages), what means: "detritus eaters", (decomposing plant and animal parts). This is what I've learned on the lecture of famous Polish profesor January Weiner some time ago.
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Science 7. Grade 7. Can anyone please help me answer this science question? Soon as possible. How does the transfer of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and/or water in an environment compare to how energy transfers through an environment?
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It release the carbon
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Which of the following are the starting substances in photosynthesis?
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The starting materials for photosynthesis areÂ carbon dioxide, water and sunlight. Green plants have special cell structures called chloroplasts that contain a green pigment called chlorophyll.
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The starting materials for photosynthesis are carbon dioxide, water and sunlight.Â
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Animals that eat a variety of meats,fruits,and vegetables are...
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Animals that eat a variety of meats, fruits, and vegetables are omnivores.

(Animals that eat only meat, like tigers, lions, and leopards, are carnivores; animals that don't eat meat and eat only vegetables and fruits, like deer, sheep, or cows,Â are herbivores)

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