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Susan needs to measure and heat the chemical she wants to use in an experiment with a graduated cylinder. Which graduated cylinder is suitable for use?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. Plastic cylinder B. Glass cylinder C. Metal cylinder
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Which of these is an example of elemental carbon? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. Diamond B. Methane C. Proteins
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A group of paleobiologists were studying sedimentary rocks in the Rocky Mountains of North America. What order of organisms would they find in the layers of these sedimentary rocks?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. All organisms are arranged randomly in the layers of sedimentary rocks. B. Newest organisms are at the bottom and the oldest organism is in the top-most layer of the sedimentary rocks. C. Oldest organisms are at the bottom and the newest organism is in the top-most ...
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People living in equatorial countries have a darker skin tone than others. The reason for this skin tone might be: B. The ancestors of the people living in equatorial countries may have undergone evolutionary adaptation for protection from harmful UV rays that fall straight on the equator.
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What is any factor of an experiment that is not changed called?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. control B. dependent variable C. independent variable
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Any factor of an experiment that is not changed is called a (A.) CONTROL.

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