#1- During the 1800s, the population of New York City B) increased over each decade
#2- Between 1800 and 1890, the population of New York City B) Increased more than 2 million
#3-This map supports the idea that urbanization D) was more likely to occur near water for transport and energy needs
#4- This map shows changes in A) city development overtime
#5- To provide clear running water, Philadelphia B) controlled the flow of its steams with underground pipes
I hope this helps!
#1- The chart shows an increase over each decade. This means it is option B. We can come to this conclusion by looking at the rise of the dates and population number.
#2- The chart shows a dramatic increase. By eliminating all of the other options due to the fact everything increased and not the opposite, the answer must be B. We can also look at the left side of the chart to see the number of people living in New York increasing by more than two million.
#3- The picture clearly shows the idea that urbanization led to more Americans who preferred city living in the 1800s. We know from the charts that more people moved to New York during the 1800s, we can also see a lot of buildings in the picture. This leads me to conclude the answer must be B.
#4- Looking at the picture I believe the answer is A. I do not see the difference between residential or business areas, the water level, or the amount of trade being conducting. This leads me to conclude that A is the only correct option.
#5- I do not know this answer due to the lack of readable context and the fact that I do not take your course. I would need a date.
I hope my time and effort suffices your quench for knowledge. Have an amazing day and never stop learning! :)
2. there are a lot of cute videos
3. hmm...Noah Schnapp?
4. "It doesn't look so good"
5. a pepper
6. I couldn't say
A. Energy Created Mitochondria
B. Energy Required Active Transport
C. Eukaryote Nucleus
D. No Energy Needed Passive Transport
E. Osmosis Diffusion of Water
F. Package & Sort Golgi Body
G. Plant Cells Cell Wall, Chloroplast, Large Vacuole
H. Photosynthesis Chloroplast
I. Prokaryote No Nucleus
J. Protein Synthesis Ribosome K. Semi-Permeable Cell Membrane- (Somethings in/out)
L. Transport (ER) Endoplasmic Reticulum
This question is based on different organelles and their functions:
A. Mitochondria is the power house of the cell; it creates energy for all life processes.
B. Active transport is a transport system in the cell that requires energy to transport substances from lower to higher concentration.
C. Eukaryotes is a classification term for organisms that have a nucleus.
D. Passive transport is a transport system that does not require energy to transport substances from higher to lower concentration.
E. Osmosis is the process of diffusion of water from low solute/high water concentration to high solute/ low water concentration.
F. Golgi body is a cell organelle responsible for packaging and transport of substances in the form of vesicles.
G. Plant cells have a cell wall, chloroplasts and large vacuoles.
H. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast of plant cells.
I. Prokaryotes is a classification term for organisms that don't have a nucleus.
J. Ribosomes are cell organelles responsible for protein synthesis.
K. The cell membrane is semi-permeable i.e. it allows specific molecules/substances to enter while stopping others.
L. Endoplasmic reticulum helps in protein and vesicle transport.
C) thylakoid; light-dependent
Bitmap images are A. best suited for three-dimensional designs and graphics with color blends found in web pages.
Taken for granted that Maria’s work is original work, Bitmap images are the best to use on a website. Bitmap is a format for photographs and graphics with a wide range of colours and effects (for example a button with a shadow), which creates realistic images.
C) thylakoid; light-dependent
Photosystems are photochemical complexes known as photosystems I and II (PSI and PSII), which despite their spatial separation work in series, through electron transport, to perform the energy storage reactions of photosynthesis. Both can be found in the tilacoid membrane and participate in the clear phase of photosynthesis, that is, they participate in light-dependent reactions.
In photosystem I, chlorophyll a predominates, while in photosystem II, chlorophyll b predominates.
Chlorophyll a, illuminated by sunlight, loses a pair of activated electrons, collected by a special acceptor, ferridoxine. At the same time, chlorophyll b, excited by sunlight, loses a pair of electrons that, after crossing a chain of cytochromes, occupy the "void" left in the chlorophyll a molecule. During the passage of these electrons through the cytochrome chain, there is energy release and ATP (phosphorylation) production. Since the "electron void" of chlorophyll a is not filled by the same electrons that came out of this molecule, the mechanism is called acyclic photophosphorylation.
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1.a picture of my food (idk why but I did)
2. at south Carolina I took a slow motion video of me and my friend jumping into a pool
5. chipotle pepper hot sauce
6. my friends dreams
I've attached the solution.
Kate’s photo get 14 likes
x > Kate's likes
y ---> Ali's likes
we know that
y=42 likes > equation A
y=3x > equation B
Solve by substitution
Substitute equation A in equation B and solve for x
Divide by 3 both sides