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Is glucose solution a homogenous mixture

homogenous mixture

Who were scalawags and carpetbaggers

Whites and Northerners who supported Republican policies in the South

What other ocean floor feature is formed by movement of earths plates

what other ocean floor feature is fromed by movement of earth's plates

Properties that describe the appearance of matter are known as what properties

physical

Hearing sight sound and smell are examples of that you can use to make observations

senses

What type of chemical weathering is caused when rocks sit in a pool of saltwater

Solution weathering occurs when rocks sit in a pool of saltwater.

Which of the following is not a step in the inquiry process

Invention


Summary

investigation
summary
classify

During an inquiry activity You can use one or more of your five senses during an inquiry activity to make

observations

Inquiry is a type of science based on random guesses

False

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Inquiry Science is one of the best ways of creating theories and hypothesis based on what you observe. Random? No. Guesses? Sure, why not! You observe what you are trying to study, and you create your "guesses" about why it does what it does. Then you work on your theories from that. A definition break down is below:

* Inquiry involves:
o Observation and measurement
o Hypothesizing, interpreting, and theorizing
* Inquiry requires:
o Experimentation and reflection
o Recognition of the strengths and weaknesses of it own methods

* Inquiry is asking GOOD questions.
o Flexible, genuine, authentic, potential
o Lead to meaningful tests and explorations
* Inquiry is what scientists do
o Usually done in a formal and systematic way
o The process contributes to the collective body of information (knowledge)

So see? There is definitely not any randomness to that!

If your prediction is proven incorrect you should leave out all observations that don't support your prediction or simply change your prediction

both

What is a substance made up of two or more elements called

a compound

What is required for two triangles to be similar

If ll the angles of one triangle are the same as the angles of another triangle they are similar. Rotation is always allowed and mirroring often can be allowed.

How do you find categories that need descriptions

One quick way to find categories that need descriptions is to look at the list of recently created categories.

Go to your blue toolbar on the left hand side of the screen and click "Browse Categories." On the right side of the screen will be a list of categories recently created, most of which probably don't have descriptions yet.

Otherwise, visit each category page and look at the top to see if a category is needed.

Remember, if you submit 50 category descriptions you get a "Green Thumb" badge on your bio page!

Which of these is not a gas Gravity Oxygen Hydrogen Helium

Gravity

The legs of a right triangle are 9 and 15 feet long What is the length of the hypotenuse

~ 17.493 feet

Which of the following best describes the condition called debt peonage

having to stay at one job just to pay what you owe

When could people be treated like slaves According to the Thirteenth Amendment

The thirteenth amendment to the US Constitution prohibited slavery and involuntary servitude except when the condition was imposed as punishment for a crime.

A couple of specific examples of cases that are notconsidered involuntary servitude (and are thus fully legal): being drafted into the Armed Forces, community service as a high school graduation requirement.

What is the number of protons in an atom of carbon 12

Every carbon atom has 6 protons.

How do you calculate the area of on incomplete rectangle
It is not clear what you mean by an incomplete rectangle. If it means the rectangle is not closed then there is a problem of defining its area: what is inside and what is outside when you do not have a boundary?



It is not clear what you mean by an incomplete rectangle. If it means the rectangle is not closed then there is a problem of defining its area: what is inside and what is outside when you do not have a boundary?



It is not clear what you mean by an incomplete rectangle. If it means the rectangle is not closed then there is a problem of defining its area: what is inside and what is outside when you do not have a boundary?



It is not clear what you mean by an incomplete rectangle. If it means the rectangle is not closed then there is a problem of defining its area: what is inside and what is outside when you do not have a boundary?
Does matter not have mass as long as it takes up space

All matter has mass.

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