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Two common objects which contain electromagnets are a calculator and a compass.
As common sense would suggest, it is easier for them to lift light objects.
objects that are in a common area or region as being in a group
150 nickels if you have that many
Comparing means finding the similarities and differences between two objects, while Classifying means grouping of objects according to their common characteristics
The grouping of organisms based on their common descent is called cladistics. This type of grouping is most often used in the biological sciences.
The procedure of grouping organisms based on their evolutionary history is called evolutionary classification. It is also called Darwinian classification.
there are many possible sets of characteristics
A loose grouping of a few thousand stars is called a cluster. The stars in a cluster have similar characteristics, which means that they have a common origin.
Classify is the answer when you classify things your grouping them together if they are the same.
Common factors are always odd numbers
Common groupings of stars within a constellation, or which overlap two or more constellations, are called "asterisms". For example, "Orion's Belt" is a smaller grouping within Orion, and the Big Dipper is a smaller grouping within Ursa Major, the Great Bear.