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definition of markup
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Markup is the difference between the cost of a good or service and its selling price.
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Weegy: Hi, what is your question? User: how hot is the earth core Weegy: We really don't know the temperature of the earth's core- at least not with great certainty or precision. [ The center of the earth lies 6,400 kilometers (4,000 miles) beneath our feet, but the deepest that it has ever been possible to drill to make direct measurements of temperature (or other physical quantities) is just about 10 kilometers (six miles). ] User: how hot is magma User: how hot is magma in celcies Weegy: 704 to 1093 degrees Celsius User: how big is the earths mantal Weegy: The thickness of the Earth's mantle is about 2900 km and it's upper boundary is about 100km deep. (More)
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Weegy: The earth's crust is not uniform at all locations. At some places, it is only 2 miles thick while it is 70 miles in thick other places. The temperature of the crust increases as you go deeper into the Earth. [ It starts out cool, but can get up to 400 degrees C at the boundary between the crust and the mantle Read more: ] (More)
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Who generally produces the most pollution? less-developed countries more-developed countries
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More-developed countries generally produces the most pollution.
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Plants are able to release water back into the atmosphere by a process called _____. evaporation precipitation transpiration sublimation
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