Another name for unicellular organisms that dominated Earth up to the Precambrian time is A. prokaryotes. B. stromatolites. C. cyanobacteria. D. eukaryotes.
Another name for unicellular organisms that dominated Earth up to the Precambrian time is Prokaryotes.
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The graph shown depicts the amount of snow accumulation from midnight to 5:00 am. The x-axis represents time (hours after midnight), and the y-axis represents the number of inches of snow on the ground. How many inches of snow accumulated between 2:00 am and 5:00 am? A. 0.75 B. 2.5 C. 1.25 D. 1.5
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Updated 302 days ago|6/25/2023 12:40:05 AM
To determine the number of inches of snow accumulated between 2:00 am and 5:00 am, we need to look at the change in the y-values (snow accumulation) between those two time points on the graph.

By examining the graph, we can see that the snow accumulation increases from 2 inches at 2:00 am to 3.5 inches at 5:00 am. Therefore, the amount of snow accumulated between 2:00 am and 5:00 am is 3.5 inches - 2 inches = 1.5 inches.
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4(3b + 2) – 5b = 43 for b
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Updated 3/13/2020 12:09:28 AM
4(3b + 2) – 5b = 43;

12b + 8 - 5b = 43;

12b - 5b = 43 - 8;

7b = 35;

b = 35/7;

b = 5
In the figures below, the cube-shaped box is 6 inches wide and the rectangular box is 10 inches long, 4 inches wide, and 4 inches high. How much greater is the volume of the cube-shaped box than the rectangular box? A. 50 cubic inches B. 56 cubic inches C. 66 cubic inches D. 60 cubic inches
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The cube-shaped box is 6 inches wide and the rectangular box is 10 inches long, 4 inches wide, and 4 inches high. 56cubic inches is the volume of the cube-shaped box than the rectangular box. Volume of cube-shaped box = 6 *6 *6 =216; Volume of rectangular box= 10* 4 *4 = 160 ; Difference = 216 -160 = 56.
4x – 3 = 5 for x.
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4x – 3 = 5
4x = 5 + 3
4x = 8
x = 8/4
x = 2
The floor of a rectangular deck has an area of 600 square feet. The floor is 20 feet wide. How long is the floor? A. 20 ft. B. 30 ft. C. 45 ft. D. 15 ft.
Weegy: The floor of a rectangular deck has an area of 600 q. ft. The floor is 20 ft. wide. The length of the floor is 30 ft. A = L * W 600 = L *20 L = 600 ÷ 20 L = 30 User: What is the sum of the measures of two complementary angles? A. 90° B. 45° C. 180° D. 270° (More)
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'90 degrees' is the sum of the measurements of two complementary angles.

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