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Answer the following: 1. Who is Poseidon? 2. What is Greek Mythology? 3. Who is the God of Gods in Greek mythology? 4. What power does Zeus has? 5. Who is the God of War in Greek mythology? 6. Who cursed Medusa? 7. The monster with one eye in Greek mythology. 8. Who is the Goddess of beauty in Greek mythology? 9. Who is the messenger of God in Greek mythology? 10. Where do Gods live in Greek mythology?
1. Poseidon is the god of the sea and waters, as well as of horses and earthquakes.
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1. Poseidon is the god of the sea and waters, as well as of horses and earthquakes.
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2. Ancient Greek mythology is a vast and fascinating group of legends about gods and goddesses, heroes and monsters, warriors and fools, that were an important part of everyday life in the ancient world.
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3. Zeus is the God of Gods in Greek mythology.
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4. Zeus was the most powerful of the Greek gods and had a number of powers. His most famous power is the ability to throw lightning bolts.

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5. Ares, in Greek religion, god of war or, more properly, the spirit of battle.
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5. Ares, in Greek religion, god of war or, more properly, the spirit of battle.
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6. Athena cursed Medusa.
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8. Aphrodite is the ancient Greek goddess of sexual love and beauty, identified with Venus by the Romans.
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9. There are two quintessential messengers in Greek mythology: Iris and Hermes.
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10. At the center of Greek mythology is the pantheon of gods and goddesses who were said to live on :Mount Olympus.
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4. Zeus was the most powerful of the Greek gods and had a number of powers. His most famous power is the ability to throw lightning bolts.
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1. Poseidon is the god of the sea and waters, as well as of horses and earthquakes.
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2. Ancient Greek mythology is a vast and fascinating group of legends about gods and goddesses, heroes and monsters, warriors and fools, that were an important part of everyday life in the ancient world.
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3. Zeus is the God of Gods in Greek mythology.
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5. Ares, in Greek religion, god of war or, more properly, the spirit of battle.
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6. Athena cursed Medusa.
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7. Cyclopes: The monster with one eye in Greek mythology.
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1. Poseidon is the god of the sea and waters, as well as of horses and earthquakes.

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2. Ancient Greek mythology is a vast and fascinating group of legends about gods and goddesses, heroes and monsters, warriors and fools, that were an important part of everyday life in the ancient world.

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3. Zeus is the God of Gods in Greek mythology.

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4. Zeus was the most powerful of the Greek gods and had a number of powers. His most famous power is the ability to throw lightning bolts.
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8. Aphrodite is the ancient Greek goddess of sexual love and beauty, identified with Venus by the Romans.
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6. Athena cursed Medusa.

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7. Cyclopes: The monster with one eye in Greek mythology.

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10. At the center of Greek mythology is the pantheon of gods and goddesses who were said to live on :Mount Olympus.
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1. What is Carbon dioxide? 2. What is condensation? 3. What is evaporation? 4. Define methane. 5. Effects of pollution. 5. What is extinction? 6. Give the meaning of Survival. 7. What is plankton? 8. Where do oxygen come from? 9. Define environmental protection. 10. What is the purpose of Carbon dioxide.?
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7. Plankton are the diverse collection of organisms found in water that are unable to propel themselves against a current.
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1. Carbon dioxide is a chemical compound made up of molecules that each have one carbon atom covalently double bonded to two oxygen atoms.

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8. Scientists estimate that 50-80% of the oxygen production on Earth comes from the OCEAN.

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Environmental protection is the practice of protecting the natural environment by individuals, organizations and governments.
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10. The purpose of Carbon dioxide: Carbon is in carbon dioxide, which is a greenhouse gas that works to trap heat close to Earth. It helps Earth hold the energy it receives from the Sun so it doesn't all escape back into space. If it weren't for carbon dioxide, Earth's ocean would be frozen solid.
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Give the meaning of the following:1. Vague 2. Cacophony 3. Splendid 4. Dazzling 5. Oblivion 6. Tremendous 7. Cynical 8. Slaughter 9. Cringe 10. Synchronous 11. Delta 12. Veritas 13. Inevitable 14. Veneer 15. Syllabus
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14. Veneer: a thin decorative covering of fine wood applied to a coarser wood or other material.
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13. Inevitable: incapable of being avoided or evaded.
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15. Syllabus: an outline of the subjects in a course of study or teaching.
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14. Veneer: veneer is a layer of material placed over a tooth.
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15. Syllabus: a requisite document for teaching in that it serves to outline the basic elements of a course including what topics will be covered, a weekly schedule, and a list of tests, assignments, and their associated weightings.
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1. What is the largest organ of a human? 2. Define digestion process. 3. What includes in Circulatory system? 4. Percentage of liquid in human body. 5. What is Respiratory system? 6. What is the purpose of blood in human body? 7. The three parts of the brain. 8. Effects of liquor in human body. 9. What is the Nervous system? 10. What is the source of energy of human body?
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The three parts of the brain are cerebrum, cerebellum, and brainstem.
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Effects of liquor in human body: it slows the immune system, putting one at risk of osteoporosis and bone fracture, erectile dysfunction, much more likely to have heart problem, can damage the digestive system, can camage the central nervous system, can cause the pancreas to loose normal insulin.
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The nervous system includes the brain, spinal cord, and a complex network of nerves. This system sends messages back and forth between the brain and the body.
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The source of energy of human body. Humans obtain energy from three classes of fuel molecules: carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins. The potential chemical energy of these molecules is transformed into other forms, such as thermal, kinetic, and other chemical forms.
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2. Digestion is the process by which complex organic components of food are broken down mechanically and chemically into simpler organic components, which are then broken down into smaller components, absorbed by the intestines, and added to the bloodstream.
It is a type of catabolic action. In this, large molecules of food are converted into small molecules.
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What causes Cancer?
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Cancer is caused by changes (mutations) to the DNA within cells.
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Research for the scientific name and meaning of the following: -Rice -Banana -Avocado -Carrots -Potato -Onion -Garlic -Guava -Mango -Tomato -Cherry Pineapple -Basil -Strawberry -Cabbage -Celery -Cauliflower -Tamarind -Corn -Cassava
Weegy: Rice- Oryza sativa, Banana- Musa acuminata, Musa balbisiana, and Musa × paradisiaca, Avocado- Persea americana, Carrots-Daucus carota, Potato -Solanum tuberosum, Onion-Allium cepa, Garlic- Allium sativum, Guava- Psidium guajava, [ Mango- Mangifera indica, Tomato-Solanum lycopersicum, Cherry- Prunus avium, Pineapple- Ananas comosus, Basil- Ocimum basilicum, Strawberry- Fragaria × ananassa, Cabbage- Brassica oleracea var. capitata, Celery-Apium graveolens, Cauliflower Brassica oleracea var. botrytis, Tamarind- Tamarindus indica, Corn-Zea mays, Cassava- Manihot esculenta. ] (More)
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