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Q: Which of these is NOT a nucleotide base found in DNA? Question 5 answers uracil adenine guanine thymine
A: Uracil is NOT a nucleotide base found in DNA.
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User: Which of these is NOT a nucleotide base found in DNA? Question 5 answers uracil adenine guanine thymine





Weegy: Uracil is NOT a nucleotide base found in DNA.
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User: If you eat a sandwich that has 100 units of energy, and 40 units are used by your cells, what accounts for the other 60 units of energy? Question 6 answers the first law of thermodynamics the second law of thermodynamics

Weegy: If you eat a sandwich that has 100 units of energy, and 40 units are used by your cells, what accounts for the other 60 units of energy? The first law of thermodynamics.
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User: The chemical bond that attaches the phosphates to ATP is a type of ___ bond. Question 7 answers ionic covalent metallic hydrogen

Weegy: The chemical bond that attaches the phosphates to ATP is a type of COVALENT bond.
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User: When a gasoline engine burns gasoline, what type of chemical reaction is occurring? Question 8 answers endergonic enzymatic exergonic existential

Weegy: When a gasoline engine burns gasoline, what type of chemical reaction is occurring? exergonic
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