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Energy OS defined as the ability to

energy is defined as the ability to do....work.

In 1929 why did the stock market crash

The Smoot-Hawely Tariff Act

What is the purpose of having a control in an experiment

Having a control in an experiment allows you to see what happens when no variables are changed. If you do not have a control, you do not have anything to compare your results with after changing variables of the experiment.

In this experiment what is the control

In any experiment there are two groups set up. One is called the control group (sample with normal characteristics) and the other is the experimental group. Control group is also sometimes called placebo.

What property of water gives it a strong surface tension

Water forms hydrogen bonds, which gives it a strong surface tension.

Which measurement unit represents volume

In the SI system the derived unit is the cubic metre. Divisions of this are litres and millilitres etc.

Other systems use other units. They include any cubic measurement and such specialised units such as gallons, pints, cups, etc.

You can cube any unit of length: cubic meter, cubic millimeter, cubic decimeter , cubic light-year, cubic inch, cubic foot. There are also non-standard (non-SI) units for volume that are not directly derived from a length, for example in the imperial system, the gallon, the bushel, etc. One weird thing about these units is that different units are used to measure liquids than to measure grains, for example.

Also, apparently identical units (the gallon, for example) are different on either side of the Atlantic!

See the link below for around 100 units of volume. There are many more!

That depends entirely on the system you're asking about. I'll just compare the primary English units to the SI units.

English:

Fl oz (fluid ounce)

Cup (8 fl oz)

Pint (2 cups, 16 fl oz)

Quart (2 pints, 4 cups, 32 fl oz)

Pottle, or half gallon (2 quarts, 4 pints, 8 cups, 64 fl oz)

Gallon (2 pottles, 4 quarts, 8 pints, 16 cups, 128 fl oz)

There are some other units of measurement within the English system, but they are almost never used in everyday life.

Which object is used to focus light in a light microscope

Adjustment knobs are used to focus light in a light microscope.

To be accurate a theory must continue to explain what

To be accurate, a theory must continue to explain what

Which term describes the living and nonliving things in an area

ecosystem

A heat wave that causes an organism to move to a cooler climate is an example of a

stimulus

Is adaptation a characteristic of living things or non-living things

Adaptation is a characteristic of living things

Which life making function is an important part of the growth cycle

Reproduction

Which life characteristic describes a long-term response to the environment

adaptation

If you get something in your eyes in the lab what is the most important thing to do

use eye wash station

When conducting a biology investigation why is it important to note the safety rules and symbols

to avoid accidents

Which describes speciation

the formation of a new species

How many species of dogs are found in the world

All dog breeds are of the same species.

Why is the era of early humans called stone age

Because it is as old as stone itself.

Who was president when the civil rights act of 1964 act was passed

Lyndon B. Johnson

When dealing with the chemicals in the laboratory which of the following is not safe

It is not safe to drink or eat chemicals.

The growth cycle requires to run.

The growth cycle requires _____ to run.

What factor distinguishes the experimental group from the control group

hypothesis

What is the ability to change color to avoid predators

Adaptation

What Life is made of different or forms of life.

what Life is made of different _____, or forms of life.

What is a reactant

A reactant is a substance that participates in and changes during a reaction.

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