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It can be cut up to make 14 of them.

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A polynomial of degree zero is a constant term

The grouping method of factoring can still be used when only some of the terms share a common factor A True B False

The sum or difference of p and q is the of the x-term in the trinomial

A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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There are 17 of them.

How many 8 centimeter lengths are in a meter?

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What is a centimeter scale used for and where is it used?

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How many segments is the thorax made from?

over 9000!

Which is bigger 1 centimeter or milimiter?

A meter is just over a yard. 100 centimeters make 1 meter. 1000 millimeters make 1 meter, so a millimeter is smaller than a centimeter. A centimeter is 10 millimeters.

What does cenmeter mean?

Do you mean centimeter? A centimeter (or centimetre) is one hundredth of a meter (or metre). In other words one hundred centimeters make a meter. A meter is just over three feet long.

How many segments is the head of a grasshopper made up from?

OVER 9000!

How many body segments do centipedes have?

Centipedes have over 311 body legs. So divide that by two, to find the amount of segments.

How many inches if 50 centimeters?

Over 9000.

How to use metric scale?

Millimeter= 1/10 of a centimeter Centimeter= 1/10 of a decimeter Decimeter= 10 centimeters Meter= 100 centimeters Kilometer= 1000 meters A meter is just more than a yard. A kilometer is just over a mile. A decimeter is 3 and 15/16 of an inch. A centimeter is 3/8 of an inch. A millimeter is tiny. 10 millimeters= 1 centimeter 10 centimeters= 1 decimeter 10 decimeters= 1 meter 100 meters= 1 kilometer The metric system goes by tens basically. !

How many cells are in 1 square centimeter of your skin surface?

1 square centimeter of your skin's surface contains over 100,000 cells.

How many centimeters in 5 ft 3in?

OVER 9000

How many centimeters are equal to 13 over 20 of a meter?

(13/20) meter = 0.65 meter = 65 centimeters.

How many segments does an earthworm have?

Opinion 1. It varies depending on the species, but each has at least 37 segments. Opinion 2. Thats wrong, worms have over 100 segments. (i vote for #1.)

How many inches are in 13 centimeters?

Just over 5 inches (5.11)

How many centimeters are in 1inch?

A little over 2.5 centimetres per inch.

how many centimeters are in 1inches?

A little over 2.5 centimetres per inch.

How many feet and inches are in 175.5 centimeters?

175.5 centimeters is 5 feet and 9.09 inches, so a little over 5'9"

How many centimeter squares are needed are need to completely cover a meter square without over lapping?

10,000 of them.

What is the exchange of segments by homologous chromosomes is called?

crossing over

How many types of earthworms are there?

There are over 4 thousand different types of earthworms. They are hatched from a cocoon, can regrow segments, and they are hermaphrodites.

How many legs and segments do arthropods have?

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