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m 4 = 6.7 A. m = 10.7 B. m = 2.7 C. m = 6.3 D. m = 10.7
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Which examples describe how a bear will overcome the challenge of maintaining its structure? Choose three answers. A. The bear will go into hibernation when winter arrives to preserve energy and heat. B. The bear will defend itself against threats. C. The bear's fur matches its habitat. D. The bear's wound will heal after an injury by forming a scab.
Weegy: A. The bear will go into hibernation when winter arrives to preserve energy and heat.C. The bear's fur matches its habitat. D. The bear's wound will heal after an injury by forming a scab. User: Which statement is true for organisms that are classified in the same genus? A. They are in the same family. B. They are members of the same species. C. They live in the same kind of environment. D. They look different from each other. Weegy: The true statement for organisms that are classified in the same genus is A. They are in the same family. (More)
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In which taxonomic phylum is ginkgo classified? A. Gnetophyta B. Cycadophyta C. Anthocerophyta D. Ginkgophyta
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Ginkgo is classified under Phylum Ginkgophyta.
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What value of q makes the statement true? –(q + 14) = –3 + (–14) A. –17 B. –3 C. 3 D. 17
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The value of q that makes the statement –(q + 14) = –3 + (–14 true is 3.
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–(q + 14) = –3 + (–14);
-q - 14 = -3 - 14;
-q - 14 = -17;
-q = -17 + 14;
-q = -3;
q = 3
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