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What is the main purpose of mitosis?
Weegy: Purpose of mitosis: Mitosis is the process of cell division, and occurs only in "somatic" or body cells. [ When haploid sperm meets haploid egg, a chain of events that begins with a single diploid cell and ends with an adult organism made of billions of cells is set in motion. The single cell divides into 2, and each of those 2 divide again, and this process continues geometrically along the following progression: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, and so on into the billions. Therefore, the first purpose of mitosis is growth. The second function of mitosis is repair. Cells are constantly wearing out and getting damaged and unless an organism replaces them at least as fast as they are lost, a gradual deterioration will occur. ] User: What is the main purpose of mitosis? A. to copy the cell’s DNA B. to divide the cytoplasm C. to help the cell grow larger D. to separate sister chromatids Weegy: What is the main purpose of mitosis? to help the cell grow larger User: Which of the following must happen before the cell can go through mitosis? A. The cytoplasm must divide. B. The cell must copy its DNA. C. The spindle fibers must break down. D. The sister chromatids must separate. (More)
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Which Cambridge mathematics professor laid out three laws of motion that are still the basis for studying how things move? A. Francis Bacon B. Andreas Vesalius C. René Descartes D. Isaac Newton
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Isaac Newton was the Cambridge mathematics professor who laid out three laws of motion that are still the basis for studying how things move.
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The density of an object is 450 kg/m3. Find the mass of the object if the volume is 2.4 m3. A. 187.5 kg B. 452.4 kg C. 1080 kg D. 6220.8 kg
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The density of an object is 450 kg/m3. The mass of the object if the volume is 2.4 m3 is C. 1080 kg.
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