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- On General Science Module 7 test, question 2, why aren't impressions considered fossils that "preserve only the shape and outer details of the creature"?

Fossil impressions typically preserve the INNER parts of a creature, because the pressure destroys most everything but the bones. For example, if a bird dies ... - On Chemistry Module 1 Test, problem 17, why is the answer rounded to the tens place?

In the problem, you are told to add the numbers, so you will need to follow the rules on page 28 of the textbook for ... - On the physical science Module 11 test, question 13, why is the answer, "The General Theory of Relativity"?

Remember, there are two theories of gravity: the graviton theory and the general theory of relativity. In the graviton theory, massive object exchange little particles ... - On Module 7 study guide question 16, why is the answer 8 instead of 16?

The four cells in this question have already gone through meiosis I and are now going through meiosis II. Since there are four cells after ... - On Chemistry Module 1 Test, problem 17, why is the answer rounded to the tens place?

In the problem, you are told to add the numbers, so you will need to follow the rules on page 28 of the textbook for ... - On the physics Module 7 test 15, why did I get 4.2x10^11 instead of 4.5x10^8.

You did not square the radius term on the bottom of the equation. The gravitational force depends on the inverse of the radius SQUARED. When ... - On page 47 of Zoology 2, it says that the walrus is the largest animal in the pinniped group, but aren’t elephant seals larger than walruses?

Elephant seals are larger than walruses. Elephant seals can grow up to 20 ft. long and weigh more than 4 tons, while walruses can only ... - On Chemistry Module 1 Test, problem 17, why is the answer rounded to the tens place?

In the problem, you are told to add the numbers, so you will need to follow the rules on page 28 of the textbook for ...