Q: Why do smaller lemons have more seeds than bigger ones?

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Bigger - more than 6 times bigger.

The larger number is bigger in this case. More MB means more storage space, or more data has to be transmitted.

No because the more they age the bigger or smaller they get.

more smaller units than the bigger units

9/10 because there are more squares to fill. so smaller space means more... it's hard for me to explain..

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the smaller the lemons the the less the seeds. if you sake the lemon and hit it if it has a dent that means that it does not have so many seeds

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No because I think if an apple is bigger than a smaller one the bigger one must have more seed then the smaller one.

In general, mandarins are slightly bigger than clementines. Mandarins tend to be larger in size and have more seeds compared to clementines, which are typically smaller and seedless.

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yes, because the bigger the apple= a bigger core,or, pit, and that is where the seeds are stored inside the apple and therefore, the apple has more seeds. :)

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smaller pumkins have more seeds because it will take less time to grow smaller pumkins and the rest of the days will be used to make more seeds will big pumkins will take more of its days before its day to be harvest to make it to its full size and it will less days to make seeds

no the seed of a sunflower for example is small but the sunflower itsself can grow huge

Large oranges, though if large oranges are dry then small oranges will have more juice.

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