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If the cyclone is large, but not large enough to cover several states at once, then it is called a ________________________. A. hurricane B. tornado C. mid-latitude cyclone D. tsunami
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If the cyclone is large, but not large enough to cover several states at once, then it is called a: mid-latitude cyclone.

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How many atoms are in a water molecule? A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4
Weegy: There is no such thing as "amount of atoms in 1 molecule". Mole is used to measure to express amounts of chemical substance. (More)
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The are C. 3 atoms are in a water molecule.
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