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A personal preference or point of view is A. a bias. B. a theory. C. a hypothesis. D. an inference.
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A personal preference or point of view is a bias.
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A solution is a A. combination of isotopes. B. chemical reaction. C. mixture in which the substances are evenly spread out. D. mixture in which undissolved substances do not settle out.
Weegy: C. mixture in which the substances are evenly spread out. User: Why is carbon so special compared to other elements? A. Carbon atoms can bond to one another and form a lot of different structures. B. Carbon atoms have four valence electrons and can form quadruple bonds. C. Only carbon atoms can form covalent bonds with oxygen and hydrogen. D. Only carbon atoms can be dissolved in water solutions and suspensions. Weegy: B. Carbon atoms have four valence electrons and can form quadruple bonds. User: A student sees a bee on a flower. The student wonders how the bee finds flowers. This student is displaying the scientific attitude of A. creativity. B. curiosity. C. open-mindedness. D. skepticism. Weegy: This student is displaying the scientific attitude of B. curiosity. User: Which of the following is NOT a function of proteins? A. store and transmit genetic information B. help to fight disease C. control the rate of reactions D. move substances into or out of cells Weegy: Proteins have many functions. [ They serve as enzymatic catalysts, are used as transport molecules (hemoglobin transports oxygen) and storage molecules (iron is stored in the liver as a complex with the protein ferritin); they are used in movement (proteins are the major component of muscles); they are needed for mechanical support (skin and bone contain collagen-a fibrous protein); they mediate cell responses (rhodopsin is a protein in the eye which is used for vision); antibody proteins are needed for immune protection; control of growth and cell differentiation uses proteins (hormones). These are just a few examples of the many, many functions of proteins. ] (More)
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blackpearl, for multiple choice questions, just choose the correct option provided from the question, restating the question as part of your answer, citing your sources when you obtain information from another site and please ensure that your answers clearly address the question.
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