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Which one of the following statements accurately describes a theory? A. It can't be reproduced many times. B. It can be changed when new discoveries are made. C. It's a suggested answer to a question. D. It represents the end of the scientific process.
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The tendency of a mineral to break along flat surfaces is referred to as A. streak. B. fracture. C. hardness. D. cleavage.
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The smallest particle of an element that retains the chemical identity of that element is a/an A. atom. B. mixture. C. compound. D. molecule.
Weegy: The smallest particle of an element that retains the chemical identity of that element is a/an D. atom. (More)
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the answer is atom.it is the structural and functional unit
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A person who studies earthquakes is called a/an A. seismologist. B. ecologist. C. meteorologist. D. geologist.
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A person who studies earthquakes is called a seismologist.
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a geophysicist who studies earthquakes and the mechanical characteristics of the Earth
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answer is c seismologist
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The decayed organic matter in soil which is beneficial to plant growth is called A. loam. B. humus. C. silt. D. clay.
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The decayed organic matter in soil which is beneficial to plant growth is called Humus.
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