# Which organelles outside the cell nucleus contain genetic material?

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## Solution 1

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chloroplasts and mitochondria

## Solution 2

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Chloroplasts and mitochondria

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The tide is a
spring tide

Solution 2
A spring tide is when high water is particularly high and low water particularly low. They occur near full moon and new moon, when the pull of the sun and moon are working together to cause bigger tidal differences.Â

Neap tides are less extreme.Â

Low tide is any time when the tide is out.Â

A rip tide isn't really tidal, its a strong current.
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Samuel puts a pot of water on the stove to boil and remembers when his teacher taught the class about convection, which is fluid movement driven by heat. Samuel recalls that convection in the Earthâ€™s mantle involves the movement of A.water currents. B.molten materials. C.tectonic plates. D.the lithosphere.
Solution 1

The convection can be defined as the heat transfer in liquid. The liquid inside the earth moves in a circular motion and in this way heat transfer takes place.

The hotter liquid moves up and the cold liquid takes place of the hotter particles and it looks exactly like a circular movement of liquids.

The movement of molten material is driven by the heat inside the earth.

Solution 2

The answer is B. It is B because in if convection currents cooled down then the earth would die.

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It has a weak stem!! It might be wrong sorry

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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)
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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 ?
Solution 1

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.

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