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During World War I, what happened to Paris? A) The French troops built trenches around the city that caused the Germans to get lost. B) The addition of the U.S. troops fighting with the French army saved Paris from the Germans. C) The U.S. troops forced the German troops to move back so that the United States could claim Paris. D) The Black Hands assassinated the Archduke of Austria-Hungary and fled to Paris.
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When energy is transferred from one type to another, some of it is lost, most often through _____. A. heat B. light C. kinetic energy D. potential energy
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When energy is transferred from one type to another, some of it is lost, most often through heat.
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Distilled water will A. change blue litmus paper to red. B. change red litmus paper to blue. C. not change red or blue litmus paper. D. cannot be tested using litmus paper.
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Distilled water will not change red or blue litmus paper.
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How much energy is transferred when one organism consumes another organism? A. 10% B. 90% C. 80% D. 5%
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About 10% of energy is transferred when one organism consumes another organism.
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Which organism would be most likely at the top of a food web? A. rabbit B. deer C. coyote D. cow
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A coyote would be most likely at the top of a food web.
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