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35. Which virus has two types that can cause either mouth sores or genital sores? A. HPV B. herpes C. trichomoniasis D. syphilis
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User: 35. Which virus has two types that can cause either mouth sores or genital sores? A. HPV B. herpes C. trichomoniasis D. syphilis

Weegy: B. herpes virus has two types that can cause either mouth sores or genital sores.
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User: 37. What noncommunicable disease can cause a person’s joints to become deformed? A. cardiovascular disease B. diabetes C. rheumatoid arthritis D. cancer

Weegy: What noncommunicable disease can cause a person’s joints to become deformed? C. rheumatoid arthritis.
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22. A reaction in which two different compounds exchange positive ions and form two new compounds is A. single replacement reaction. B. double replacement reaction. C. oxidation. D. reduction.
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A physical state of matter that has definite shape and definite volume is A. solid. B. liquid. C. gas. D. plasma.
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All of the following are types of phase changes except filtration.
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