The Chemistry of Life Quiz // Just Answers please

Which of the following are considered macromolecules? Select all that apply. (2 points)
nitrogen
lipids
proteins***
carbon***


Which property allows water to stick to glass? (1 point)
cohesion****
suspension
adhesion
solution


How many valence electrons does carbon have available for bonding to other atoms? (1 point)
two
four****
six
eight


The ones with **** are my answers

asked by XenaGonzalez
  1. did you figure out if they were right or not?? I have the same answers but I'm afraid I'm wrong.

    posted by Anonymous
  2. I have the same ones. I think they're right but I'll let you know hold on

    posted by Colby
  3. #1. Carbon is an element, not a complex molecule. Lipids and proteins fit the bill

    #2 Adhesion sticks stuff to each other
    cohesion makes stuff stay together

    #3 looks ok

    posted by Steve
  4. So is the answers correct? Which ones are wrong?

    posted by GummyBear
  5. I can see why you're having trouble - you can't read...

    posted by Steve
  6. yo steve that's kinda mean bruh. u aight?

    posted by basketball&batman
  7. not all human beings talk the same. i can speak however i want because that's my right, so please, stfu. :)

    posted by basketball&batman
  8. Seriously? People are just going to argue now instead of talk about this question... *sigh* I'll post you my results...
    1. C
    2. B,C
    3. D
    4. B
    5. C
    6. A
    7. C (It is NOT cohesion, because cohesion is when two of the same particles stick. Adhesion, however, is when something sticks to another.)
    8. B
    9. C
    10. D

    posted by Rez
  9. @Rez is right!!! I got. 100%! I came inherent to check my answers, and luckily I checked because I would have missed 2! Thanks!

    posted by Mac N 🧀
  10. Thanks Rez your a life saver man. And for the rest of you have fun in hell arguing over something so simple

    posted by Anonymous
  11. 11/11 thx rez

    posted by moist
  12. Rez is 100% right!

    posted by Helper
  13. Lesson 7: The Chemistry of Life Connections Education

    Biology A Unit 1: The Nature of Life

    11/11 100% from Rez!

    posted by UrButtCalled
  14. Rez is correct 100% thank you!

    posted by Klynn
  15. thank you rezzzz!

    posted by sarah

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