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Which of these would be considered a short-term goal for a sixteen-year-old? A. getting a driver's license B. graduating from college C. graduating from high school D. getting married and starting a family
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Getting a driver's license would be considered a short-term goal for a sixteen-year-old.
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Which statement below best demonstrates how heredity affects your health? A. My mom and dad both have blue eyes, but I have green eyes. B. My mom's side of the family has blue eyes, but I have green eyes. C. My dad's side of the family develops gray hair earlier than my mom's side of the family. D. My grandfather, my aunt, and my cousin all have diabetes. There is a good chance that I may develop diabetes as well.
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Which of the following will not help you make a schedule? A. being realistic B. prioritizing activities C. preparing for problems D. filling every minute of every day with activities
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The measurement of grams of solute per one million grams of solution is known as A. molarity. B. molality. C. parts per million.
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The measurement of grams of solute per one million grams of solution is known as parts per million.
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