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Do you think the city ought to be saved? Why not just spread out, without the...

Do you think the city ought to be saved? Why not just spread out, without the centralized functions of a city? What advantages/disadvantages does the city alone have?

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what does network mean in polymer structure ?

what does network mean in polymer structure ?

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What does it mean to buy gas wholesale?

What does it mean to buy gas wholesale?

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What does it mean when an object is traveling in a "fixed path"? I hear this...

What does it mean when an object is traveling in a "fixed path"?

I hear this wording a lot in my Physics, Chemistry and Biology classes, but what exactly does that even mean?

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what is the necessary condition for natural selection to occur

what is the necessary condition for natural selection to occur

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What is the greatest danger from earthflow? Select one: A. loss of life by rapid downslope...

What is the greatest danger from earthflow?

Select one:

A. loss of life by rapid downslope movement of the earthflow

B. loss of property along the path of the earthflow

C. deforestation along the earthflow path

D. loss of water quality by mud flowing into river drainages, polluting the water

Slump describes the very ________ of soil and regolith.

Select one:

A. fast weathering

B. slow downhill motion

C. deposition

D. fast downhill motion

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Write a role of process engineer in safety analysis?

Write a role of process engineer in safety analysis?

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1. If two different moral objectivists believe conflicting moral principles to be true-period, one of them [at least] must be mistaken.


1. If two different moral objectivists believe conflicting moral principles to be true-period, one of them [at least] must be mistaken.

True

False

2. If one is a moral objectivist, then one cannot be mistaken in thinkng that a particular moral principle is true.

True

False

3. As far as a subjectivist is concerned, it is not possible to sincerely believe that some moral principle is correct and to be mistaken about this.

True

False

4. Contradictory moral principles can be true-relative as along as the groups to which they are relative are different.

True

False

5. If I am a moral objectivist and you are a moral objectivist, then the only way one of us can morally evaluate the other is if we share all the same moral principles.

True

False

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What are minerals, what are their important physical properties, how are they formed (in general) where are they found in nature (in general with any examples that you have researched).

demonstrate an understanding of the underlying geologic principles for the question, explaining it and second, how this bit of geology affects you in concrete, specific ways.

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What are minerals, what are their important physical properties, how are they formed (in general) where are they found in nature (in general with any examples that you have researched). Why are they important and how are they used in society with concrete, specific examples of at least 3 minerals and the many ways each mineral is used.

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List 5 types of non-metallic lustre, with common mineral examples for each.

List 5 types of non-metallic lustre, with common mineral examples for each. Also list a mineral example with each of a metallic and sub-metallic lustre.  

                                    Type of Non-metallic Lustre                    Mineral Example

  1. ______________________        _________________________

  2. ______________________        _________________________

  3. ______________________        _________________________

  4. ______________________        _________________________

  5. ______________________        _________________________

                                    Mineral Example of Metallic Lustre                

  1. _____________________________         

                                    Mineral Example of Sub-Metallic Lustre         

  1. _____________________________          


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What physical properties used to identify an unknown mineral aremost useful? Why?

What physical properties used to identify an unknown mineral are most useful? Why?

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Most minerals can be identified without using highly scientific chemical analyses in a lab. Identify four...

Most minerals can be identified without using highly scientific chemical analyses in a lab. Identify four mineral properties that allow geologists to identify minerals without chemically analyzing them in a lab.

then describe briefly how minerals form

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Select all of the statements that are true about the mechanical layers of the earth. Group...

Select all of the statements that are true about the mechanical layers of the earth.

Group of answer choices

The layers are defined by their chemical structure.

The earth's core is broken into two components - inner and outer.

The layers are defined by their physical/behavioral properties.

The two crust types - oceanic and continental crust - are mechanical layers.

The core is a single layer.

The asthenosphere is a mechanical layer.

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What types of atomic bonding are present in gas hydrates? Explain your answer. (Hint: Think carefully...

What types of atomic bonding are present in gas hydrates? Explain your answer. (Hint: Think carefully about all types of bonding that may be present. Not just the most obvious.)

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which chemical and mechanical properties of polymers are to beconsidered if polymers are used as...

which chemical and mechanical properties of polymers are to be considered if polymers are used as basic materials for the preparation of membranes?

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