The word disassemble essentially means the opposite of what assemble does. To disassemble something is to take it apart. A synonym of disassemble is dismantle.
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Since the motherboard serves as mounting or connecting base to all components in a computer you will have to diassemble almost everyting in order to replace it. You should be able to do it without diassembling the optical and hard drives and the power supply.
I would like to know (step by step) how to disassemble an above ground pool
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Can anyone answer this question please...or did the person who asked this ? were u able to disassemble that
The spindle fibers disassemble during anaphase. As the spindle fibers shorten during anaphase, they separate the chromatids from one another and then move them to opposite poles. The answer above stating that the Spindle Fibers disassemble during anaphase is incorrect. If they were to disassemble at anaphase it would completely halt the cell division process. The spindle fibers disassemble during telophase.
light is must for optical microscope while is not necessary for nonn optical one
I think it is disassemble, because when I search for 'unassemble' on the merriam-webster dictionary website it is not found, but 'disassemble' is found. The spell check on here also did not recognize 'unassemble' while I was typing this reply.
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optical system: one example of a optical system is a camera.
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No, it is not an optical illusion.
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