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What solution has a pH of 7?
What is the scientific method?
What is a monomer of protein?
Which cell part is associated with both animal and plant cells?
Which organelles work together to ensure plant cells have enough energy to use?
Why does photosynthesis need ATP?
Which organism most likely produces offspring asexually?
Which of the following statements is true regarding bond that forms between two oxygen atoms in a molecule of \(O_2\)?
If sodium sulfide (\(Na_2S\)) and hydrochloric acid (HCl) react in a double-replacement reaction, what product(s) form?
What step of the scientific method relies on logic reasoning to be formulated?
A scientist wants to determine how much current a particular instrument is drawing. If she knows how much voltage the instrument employs and how much resistance it presents, which principle must she use?
A ball undergoing projectile motion loses horizontal velocity as it travels. Which factor best explains this deceleration?
What organ of the digestive system has villi?
In this reaction, two elements are trading places. In the reactants, zinc and bromide ions are together, and potassium and hydroxide ions are together. In the products, zinc and hydroxide ions are together, and potassium and bromide ions are together.
What is the difference between a diploid cell and a haploid cell?
In genetics, Punnett squares are used to predict crosses between traits. What is the name of the factor that is used to signify each trait passed down from the parents of the offspring?
Which components are part of Earth’s biosphere?
The impulse on an object is equal to the change in _____ that it causes.
Which of the following are the three main phases of the water cycle on Earth?
A man applies a force to a wall by pushing on it. What does the wall do in response?
What increases electric signal transmission through a neuron?
When an air freshener is sprayed, molecules spread all over the room. What property does this demonstrate?
What happens during internal respiration?
Which of the following phase changes requires a substance to release energy?
A nurse converts a recorded value of 180 pounds to ounces. What unit of measurement does this correspond to?
One isotope of a particular element is neutral, and a different isotope of that element is an ion. Which conclusion is correct?