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A mathematical expression of a natural law

The result of subtraction

An atmospheric gas a by product of the light reaction of photosynthesis essential to aerobic respiration

An atmospheric gas; a by product of the light reaction of
photosynthesis; essentials to aerobic respiration.

The top term of a fraction

A number containing a whole number and a fraction

A mixed fraction or mixed number.

The result of division

The quotient. In the problem 7 / 2 = 3 (+1) The 7 is the
"dividend"; the 2 is the "divisor": the 3 is the "quotient" and the
1 is the "remainder".

The bottom term of a fraction

The bottom term in a fraction is officially called the
denominator, because it gives you a name for the fraction; for
example, if the fraction is 1/2, that is called a half, because of
the denominator. No matter what the numerator on top may be, as in
the fractions 3/2, 4/2, 5/2 etc., we hare still talking about
halves, because the denominator is 2. If the denominator is 3, then
we are talking about thirds.

A type of air pollution common around but not limited to cities

a type of air pollution common around but not limited to
cities.

smog

What is the basic unit for volume in the metric system

Liters is the basic unit for volume in the metric system.

The result of addition

I don't quite understand the question but i think i know what it
is your asking for.

I think the result is the sum.

A mathematical sequence whose verb is equal

The basic unit of weight in the metric system equal to 0.35 ounces

the basic unit of weight in metric system; equal to 0.35
ounces

The cost of overhead minus the selling price

The cost of overhead minus the selling price is loss.

Parts per hundred-hundredths

If you quote a concentration 'x' as so many parts per hundred,
then that number does represent hundredths. It's just a fraction,
x/100

Substance or material that causes pollution

One hundredth of a metric gram

One hundredth of a gram is 10 milligrams.

Security

Security is freedom from, or resilience against, the potential harm caused by others. Beneficiaries of security may be of persons and social groups, objects and institutions, ecosystems, or any other entity or phenomenon vulnerable to unwanted change.