What would be the prefix denoting first?
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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 aterm. For example, 10 is designated deca, 100 is hecto, and 1000 iskilo.
Kilo is the metric prefix that means 1,000x. It is a Frenchword 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 chemicalreactions.
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.
There is no prefix for with, not even a suffix.
in the dictionary
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.