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Plato's student was _____. User: The _____ language was spoken in Egypt.

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definition of apogee? **Weegy:** A Good Business is when You are not in debt, are making good money, have a good amount of customers everyday, have loyal employees. **User:** (More)

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Updated 4/13/2014 8:45:15 AM

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Apogee - The highest point in the development of something; a climax or culmination.

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Which organelle supplies the cell with energy?
ribosome
cytoplasm
nucleus
mitochondrion **Weegy:** A. cell wall **User:** The statement, "Energy can neither be created nor destroyed, but can change from one form to another," is _____.
the first law of thermodynamics
the second law of thermodynamics
the third law of thermodynamics
scientifically unproven **Weegy:** The First Law of Thermodynamics **User:** The chemical reaction Na+ + Cl- NaCl is best described as a(n) _____.
decomposition reaction
exchange reaction
reversible reaction
synthesis reaction **Weegy:** synthesis or combination reaction
A+...double replacement.
**User:** Homeostasis can occur at the cellular level or the system level.
True
False **Weegy:** A cell must maintain equilibrium or homeostasis with it's surrounding environment in order to function at optimum capacity. [ As the cell is a place where chemical and electrical transactions occur, the cell must be able to excrete waste and take in new materials in equal measure. Unfortunately, the needs of the cell change from moment to moment as the rates at which these chemical processes take place differ. This means the cell requires a regulating system. Without this regulating system the cell is unable to maintain homeostasis. On a large scale this results in many diseases such as diabetes, gout, and any disease resulting from toxins present within the bloodstream. The cell is not designed to run forever and the gradual loss of homeostasis is largely to blame for the physical characteristics of aging. Extreme and sudden loss of homeostasis can also result in heart failure, as the cellular exchange of Potassium for Sodium in the surrounding interstitial fluid of the body also happens to be the same process which fuels the heart's impulse to beat. ] (More)

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Updated 1/23/2014 8:20:19 AM

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Mitochondrion supplies the cell with energy.

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TRUE. Homeostasis can occur at the cellular level or the system level.

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If D varies directly with t and D is 105 when t is 3, find D when t is 8.
35
280
840 **Weegy:** D is b.280 when t is 8. **User:** Find the next term of the given sequence.
1.31, 2.54, 3.77, ...
4.90
5.00
5.10 **Weegy:** Next term of the given sequence is B.5.00 **User:** Find the 31st term of the following sequence.
9, 15, 21, ...
186
189
195 **Weegy:** yB.189 ou can find the 31st term by 9+(31-1)*6=189. **User:** The first term of an arithmetic sequence is -5, and the tenth term is 13. Find the common difference.
8/9
1.8
2 **Weegy:** the common difference is 2. **User:** Which of the following is an arithmetic sequence?
-2, 4, -6, 8, ...
-8, -6, -4, -2, ...
2, 4, 8, 16, ... **Weegy:** The answer is B.-8, -6, -4, -2 **User:** What is the slope of the line passing through (1, 2) and (3, 8)?
slope = 1/7
slope = 1/3
slope = 3
slope = 7 **Weegy:** When the slope of the line is 0, you know that the line is horizontal and you know it's a vertical line when the slope of a line is undefined. **User:** What is the slope of the line passing through (1, 2) and (3, 8)?
slope = 1/7
slope = 1/3
slope = 3
slope = 7 **Weegy:** When the slope of the line is 0, you know that the line is horizontal and you know it's a vertical line when the slope of a line is undefined. **User:** Mark starts a rock climb when he is 1 mile above sea level. He can climb at the rate of 1.5 miles per hour. Which of the following functions would express Mark's height above sea level over time?
f(x) = 1.5x
f(x) = 1 + 1.5x
f(x) = 2.5x **Weegy:** B.f(x) = 1 + 1.5x **User:** Find the common difference for the sequence shown
1/4, 5/16, 3/8, ...
1/16
1/4
1/2 **User:** Which of the following rules could represent the function shown in the table?
x y
-1 -1
0 1
1 3
f(x) = -2x
f(x) = 2x- 1
f(x) = 2x+ 1 **Weegy:** -2(2)+1=-3 **User:** Given that D(x) = 2x, select all of the following that are true statements.
D(x) is a function.
xis the dependent variable.
D(6) = 3
D(x) is a direct variation.
D(x) is a rule for the set of points (5, 10), (6, 12) and (-2, -4). **Weegy:** A.D(x) is a function. AND D.D(x) is a direct ... (More)

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Updated 7/3/2014 3:41:39 AM

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The slope of the line passing through (1, 2) and (3, 8) is slope = (8-2)/(3-1) = 6/2 = 3

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A line passes through the origin and has a slope of 1/2. The equation for the line is y = (1/2)x.

The line passes through (2, 1).

when x = 2, y = (1/2)(2) = 1

The line passes through (2, 1).

when x = 2, y = (1/2)(2) = 1

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Confirmed by jeifunk [7/3/2014 3:51:07 AM]

3x + y = 1

y = -3x + 1

y = -3x + 1

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Confirmed by jeifunk [7/3/2014 3:51:33 AM]

x + 2y = -6

2y = -x - 6

y = -1/2x - 3

2y = -x - 6

y = -1/2x - 3

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Confirmed by andrewpallarca [7/4/2014 4:52:07 PM]

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