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31. A meteorologist studies ___________. A. the universe B. plants C. the climate D. meteorites
A meteorologist studies the climate.
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A meteorologist studies the climate.
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18. If you see a cow eating grass, you are seeing _____________________. A. a consumer eating an autotroph B. an autotroph being eaten by a producer C. a producer eating another producer D. a consumer eating a decomposer
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If you see a cow eating grass, you are seeing a consumer eating an autotroph.
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20. A circle that divides the globe in half or marks its circumference is called a _________. A. latitude B. parallel C. longitude D. great circle
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A circle that divides the globe in half or marks its circumference is called a great circle.
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21. Lines of latitude help to determine the distance _______________ of the equator and are expressed in degrees. A. north and west B. east and west C. south and east D. north and south
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Lines of latitude help to determine the distance North and South of the equator and are expressed in degrees.

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A general statement that explains how the natural world behaves under certain conditions, for which no exceptions have been found, is considered a _____________. A. theory B. scientific method C. scientific law D. hypothesis
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A general statement that explains how the natural world behaves under certain conditions, for which no exceptions have been found, is considered a scientific law.
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