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yes please and this is only one part
okay can you help me with the other parts as well?
Oh, there's still more part?
Can you please post the others.
yeah, it will not allow me to go to the next till i post these first
Please download the answers for your comparison:
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Please post the other parts so I can take a look.
i do not understand the format you answered the questions
What do you mean you "do not understand the format you answered the question" ?
For the FIRST set, here is the repost of answers:
Match the statements with either true or false:
The components interact with one another causing changes to the components aswell as the system as a whole. (A)There is only one type of system. (B)To be considered a system it must be a large region of the Earth. (B)The exchanges between the components are driven by an energy source. (A)It has a set of functioning components that operate both independently andinterdependently (A)5. Match the example with the components involved in the interaction:
A. Volcanic eruptions can affect air quality/composition which affects livingspecies. --> Changes in the biosphere as a result of the geosphere.
B. Sufficient atmospheric cooling may lead to growth of glaciers.--> Changes in the hydrosphere as a result of the atmosphere.C. Volcanoes emits gases and particles that may cause global cooling --> Changes in the atmosphere as a result of the geosphere.6. Place the following terms into the correct sphere.A. Glaciers - HydrosphereB. Mixture of gases including oxygen, nitrogen, and argon - Atmosphere C. Core - Geosphere (or lithosphere)D. Plants - Biosphere7. C The amount of water in the oceans would not change
Ok, here are the answers for the SECOND set:
1. Electron2. Proton
3. B - Neutron [Neutron - Neutral charge]
A - - Proton [ Proton - positive charge]
C - Electron [ Electron - negative charge]
4. B - Neutron [ B. When an atom loses or gains neutron , the mass number changes]
A - Proton [ A. Equal to the atomic number]
C - Electron [C. When an atom loses or gains electron, atomic charge changes]
5. A. Covalent Bond [sharing of electrons]
6. C. Metallic bond [ electrons float free between all the atoms in the bond]
7. B. Ionic bond [two or more atoms exchange electrons]
8. Fe - Iron
9. Cr - Chromium
Thanks and good luck!
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okay, how do i choose the price?
I think when you post new questions in a new forum thread there are prices you can choose from or I think you have the option to set your price.
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i just did
It just came through, thanks.
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you are welcome lets end this thread so we can begin a new one
i need your assistance and i am unable to start a new thread
Hi, I am not sure what is wrong why you cannot start a new thread.
You will need to post the details of your new questions in a new question posting.
Kindly ask assistance from customer service with that issue.
Lani, I need your assistance regarding a homework question
May I know the questions?
Have you posted that questions?
its like the previous question but its time
I saw you have posted a new set of question but another expert already responded to that.