BIOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL

When one part of a car fails, the rest of the car doesn’t run properly. Explain why this happens in terms of systems.

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Answer 1
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The car is a system that has many parts. In a system, all of the parts function together to make the system work. If one part breaks down, the rest of the system doesn’t function properly. An incorrect or missing input results in the wrong output. For example, if the car battery is dead, the engine won’t turn on, and the car won’t move.

Answer 2
Answer: Because it runs off a circuit boards and when something breaks it tells the board

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Protozoa make up an important part of plankton. True False

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the answer is true

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true

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Select the correct answer. The graphic shows two isomers of a chemical compound with molecular formula C5H11NO2. Which type of isomers are these? A. structural isomers B. geometric isomers C. halotropic isomers

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a. Structural Isomers

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Which of these best describes Earth’s crust? Inner layer consisting of two parts
Middle layer, density increases with depth
Top portion called asthenosphere, thickest layer
Thinnest under the oceans and thickest under continents

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D. Thinnest under the oceans and thickest under continents

Explanation - Earth is divided into three layers - crust, mantle and core. Crust is the outer most layer, mantle being the middle one and core is the innermost layer.

Beneath the oceans, crust is thin whereas beneath the continents, crust is the  thickest. The density of the Earth's crust is least or minimum as compared to the mantle and core. The composition of crust are as follows -  

  1. Solid rock has silicon and oxygen .
  2. Oceanic crust has basalt .
  3. Continental crust has granite .

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D. Thinnest under the oceans and thickest under continents

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An ice hockey player skates towards the wall of an ice rink and slams into it. Which of these is not an action-reaction force pair that affects the hockey player? A. He hits the wall and the wall hits him back with the same magnitude of force.
B. The weight of the hockey player is balanced by the normal force pushing on his skates.
C. The hockey player's weight is equal in magnitude to the frictional force acting on his skates.

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The third one is incorrect. That's why hockey is played on ice. The effects of  friction hare held to a minimum. So  C is the answer. His weight is much more than the frictional force.

B is true and so is A, both for the action reaction force.

I think C) is the answer i am so sorry if i am wrong plz don't delete my answer plz

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