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posted by M, S, E

From what language is the word polymer derived?

A) Latin
B) Greek
C) German
D) English***

  1. Ms. Sue

    Nope.

    http://www.google.com/#q=polymer+etymology

    Think about polyester, polygamy, polytheism, and polygon.

  2. M, S, E

    That makes sense. Mer or Meros is a Greek word That last part was confusing me a little. Thank You

  3. Ms. Sue

    You're welcome.

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