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Which organ makes the proteins that clot the blood?
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User: Which organ makes the proteins that clot the blood?

Weegy: The liver makes coagulation factors, proteins that help the blood to clot.
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User: what prefix represents hundreds in the metric system?

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HECTO is prefix represents hundreds in the metric system.
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