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kilo-? it's a prefix so I think it'll work
Kilo is a French word from Greek khilioi meaning "thousand." Some examples of the prefix "kilo": kilogram = 1,000 grams kilometer = 1,000 meters
the answer is omni..hope it helps!
The prefix meaning all is omni- as in omnipotent and omnidirectional.
In the metric system each factor of 10 increase is denoted with a term. For example, 10 is designated deca, 100 is hecto, and 1000 is kilo.
Kilo is the metric prefix that means 1,000x. It is a French word from Greek khilioi meaning "thousand." Examples: kilogram = 1,000 grams kilometer = 1,…000 meters
A pH of 7 would indicate that something is neutral or neutralized. This pH is exceptionally important to note in certain chemical reactions.
From the Latin primus meaning 'first'; primary, primer, Primate
No. The prefix 'heme' or 'hemo' denotes blood. Plasma is the clear straw-coloured component of the blood. The prefix meaning plasma is 'sere' or 'sero'. The prefix 'plasm' is …from the latin word plasma meaning 'form, shape' I know, I know...all English speakers share your frustration.
It would be an acid since it is less then 7. Also, it is typically a weak acid since is it near a pH of 7 which is a neutral solution. acid
First is not a prefix. It can not go in front of a root word.
Exa denotes a value of 10 to the power of 18. If one would have "1 exa" apples, for example, one would have 10 ^ 18 apples. 2 exa apples is 2 * 10 ^ 18 apples.