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Which of the following is a true statement about osmosis? A. Osmosis is diffusion of sugar molecules across a membrane. B. Osmosis is diffusion of water molecules across a membrane. C. Osmosis is diffusion in plants cells. D. Osmosis is diffusion in animal cells.
Weegy: C. Osmosis is diffusion in plants cells. User: What is the difference between osmosis and diffusion? A. Diffusion uses energy, but osmosis does not. B. Osmosis is movement of proteins, and diffusion is movement of water. C. Osmosis is a kind of diffusion that involves movement of water. D. Diffusion only occurs in animal cells and osmosis only occurs in plant cells. Weegy: What is the difference between osmosis and diffusion? . Osmosis is a kind of diffusion that involves movement of water. Read more at User: In a solution of salt and water, if the concentration of salt molecules is greater outside a cell than inside, then water molecules will __________. Weegy: In a solution of salt and water, if the concentration of salt molecules is greater outside a cell than inside, then water molecules will A. [ Diffusion ] (More)
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n a solution of salt and water, if the concentration of salt molecules is greater outside a cell than inside, then water molecules will __________. A. move into the cell, and the cell will shrivel B. move into the cell, and the cell will burst C. move out of the cell, and the cell will shrivel D. move out of the cell, and the cell will burst
Weegy: In a solution of salt and water, if the concentration of salt molecules is greater outside a cell than inside, then water molecules will C. [ move out of the cell, and the cell will shrivel. You can fine more information here: ] User: According to "Michael Faraday's World," which intrigued Michael Faraday? Weegy: D. magnets User: According to "Michael Faraday's World," which intrigued Michael Faraday? A. the human heart B. electricity C. computers D. earthquakes Weegy: According to "Michael Faraday's World," B. electricity intrigued Michael Faraday. User: How are the operating room in the Williams story and the atom-splitting lab in the Fermi story alike? A. They are both places where people must remain silent. B. They are both places where computers do most of the work. C. They are both places where injured or sick people come for treatment. D. They are both places where highly skilled people work. (More)
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12 – 16 ÷ (–4)
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12 – 16 ÷ (–4)

= 12 - (-4);

= 12 + 4;

= 16
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Which leader of the Scientific Revolution in England promoted the idea that science must rely on repeated observation and experimentation? A. Nicholas Copernicus B. Francis Bacon C. Galileo Galilei D. Isaac Newton
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Francis Bacon was the leader of the Scientific Revolution in England who promoted the idea that science must rely on repeated observation and experimentation.
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Which of the following is an example of cell division at work? A. A dog digests food. B. A plant dies. C. A tree grows taller. D. A muscle contracts.
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A tree grows taller is an example of cell division at work.
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