Q: What are the smaller units that makeup lipids?

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more smaller units than the bigger units

When changing from a larger unit to a smaller unit, there will be more of them, so you will multiply.

The answer will depend on the two units. It will entail multiplication by a number that is greater than 1 (or division by a number smaller than 1).

If you are given the area, A square units, then each side of the square is sqrt(A) units. And then the perimeter is 4*sqrt(A) units. The smaller square inside is irrelevant.

There are: decimetre, centimetre, millimetre, micrometre, nanometre, picometre, femtometre, attometre, zeptometre, yoctometre ... oops that's 10 units smaller than a metre.

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The smaller units that make up fats are called TRIGLYCERIDE

That are the lipids. They have fatty acids and glucerols

The most common example is lipids.

lipids.

If the units are the same, that will be the one with the smaller number of units.

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glucose is the simplest carbohydrate

These are mostly phospholipds and a few cholesterols.

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