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Nuclear fission releases a tremendous amount of energy as well as more neutrons, which, in turn, collide with more uranium nuclei. A. True B. False
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Nuclear fission releases a tremendous amount of energy as well as more neutrons, which, in turn, collide with more uranium nuclei. TRUE.
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Which of the following factors does NOT help predict future oil production? A. changes in technology B. the cost of obtaining fuels C. the number of oil refineries operating in the past D. number of oil deposits discovered
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The type of succession that occurs on a surface where an ecosystem has previously existed is called _______ succession. A. rapid B. climatic C. primary D. secondary
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Fires help some forest communities by allowing some trees to release their seeds, by clearing away dead wood, and by encouraging new growth. A. True B. False
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Fires help some forest communities by allowing some trees to release their seeds, by clearing away dead wood, and by encouraging new growth. TRUE.
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