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Which layer of the suns atmosphere are you looking at when you look at an image of the sun?

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  1. does anyone knows all the answers

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  2. i wish i did

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  3. A
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  4. THOSE are the answers trust me

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  5. is crafty right?

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  6. crafty answers are 15/17.
    16-b
    and 15-a

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  7. 1. a
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    3. d
    4. c
    5. b
    6. a
    7. c
    8. b
    9. c
    10. b
    11. c
    12. d
    13.d
    14. d
    15. a/ true
    16.b/ false
    17.b/ false

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  8. Thank you. Your answers matched all of mine! Have a nice day hunny!!

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  9. yep there right 100%

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  10. Yes, "the real thing"s answers are right for conexus.

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  11. Number 18 is b it's b it's b trust me or not

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  12. alright but trust me if I get this wrong Im going to * BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP* *Technical difficulties!*

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  13. thank the real thing

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  14. Thanks the real thing

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  15. 1. a
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    5. b
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    8. b
    9. c
    10. b
    11. c
    12. d
    13.d
    14. d
    15. a/ true
    16.b/ false
    17.b/ false
    here you go i hope this will help you thx bye now

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  16. Spirals are huge, contain stars, dust and gas  and are held by gravity. A halo is present in Spirals, They have a pinwheel shape, and have a bulge and a thin disk. They are rich in gas and dust, and both young and old stars are present.

    Ellipticals have a oval shape, they do have a bulge but they got no disk. They also have a small amount of cool gas and dust and mostly old stars are present, They also have a halo, are held by gravity, and contain stars, gas, and dust like the Spirals.

    for 18

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  17. thank you so much for the help. i had finished the test but i love having a way to check if my answers are correct. thank you!

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  18. Tnx

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  19. Tysm -ReDaCtEd-

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  21. last time I used these answers I got a 0 so can I really trust your answers.

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  22. You right

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  23. Thx

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  24. thanks 100%

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  25. Is this for the Sci 8 A - Our Solar System Unit Test, with connexon's

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  26. Not Kanye yep they are

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  27. Thank so much I got a 100%

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  28. Following “the real things“ answer you will get 💯% Take a regular’s word please.🖤 I also noticed we have a trustworthy regular name “warrior cat lover”.

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  29. The Legs On The Bus

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  30. 18 can’t be b it is a short answer

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  31. Venus is sometimes called Earth's twin because Venus and Earth are almost the same size, have about the same mass (they weigh about the same), and have a very similar composition (are made of the same material). They are also neighboring planets. ... Venus also rotates backwards compared to Earth and the other planets.

    this is the answer for how are Earth & Venus similar

    also this is the answer for how there different

    However, Venus and Earth are also very different. Venus has an atmosphere that is about 100 times thicker than Earth's and has surface temperatures that are extremely hot. Venus does not have life or water oceans like Earth does. Venus also rotates backwards compared to Earth and the other planets.

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  32. The Real Thing is still correct for anyone looking in 2020

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  33. dogs lover how in the world do they know how much it weighs did someone try to lift it lol

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  34. There are many ways to calculate weight, not just putting the planets on a giant scale. They can, for example, calculate weigh by finding weight of the predominancy of materials that make up both planets and then calculate what the weight of the matter combined would be. They can also (I believe) calculate weight by knowing a planets mass.

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  35. If you read the comets, you won't have to worry about whether you're going to get a good grade or not.

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  36. Y’all this question is on the Science Final test. This is the last day of school please I don’t wanna get held back
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  37. hopefully this still works for 2020

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  38. Can anyone help me? I have the same test as you but I have an extra multiple choice question.
    Which planet orbits the sun counterclockwise?
    a. Earth
    b. Venus
    c. Uranus
    d. Jupiter
    I think it's C but I'm not sure because it could be Jupiter.
    I'm not going to be an astronaut so why do I need to learn this? lol

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  39. 1. a
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    3. d
    4. c
    5. b
    6. a
    7. c
    8. b
    9. c
    10. b
    11. c
    12. d
    13.d
    14. d
    15. a/ true
    16.b/ false
    17.b/ false

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  40. Venus rotates counterclockwise. Maybe read the ?

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  41. Uh.. what about number 19?

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  42. Meteor: If a meteoroid enters the Earth's atmosphere and vaporizes, it becomes a meteor, which is often called a shooting star. Meteorite: If a small asteroid or large meteoroid survives its fiery passage through the Earth's atmosphere and lands on Earth's surface, it is then called a meteorite.

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  43. As of March 4th, 2021, the real thing's answers are all correct for the "Our Solar System Unit Test" for Connexsus

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  44. 1. a
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    5. b
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    15. a/ true
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    17.b/ false
    From the real thing these are still right

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  45. @No body who is your homeroom teacher?

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  46. l

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  47. UMM

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  48. Meteoroids are far up in the sky.
    Meteorites have already landed on Earth.
    Meteors are falling down to Earth streaking light when they break down in the atmosphere.

    this is for 19

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  49. 18: One Compare is that there both Galaxies which is obvious, The second is that there both light years away from Earth, The Third is that Both galaxies tend to have millions of stars and planets. One contrast is that the spiral Galaxies is a shape of a spiral hints the name (Spiral Galaxies) while the Elliptical is a shape of an Oval, The second is that the spiral are brighter and are more easy to see while the Elliptical are harder to see because they are dim and barely have any bright color so there less likely to be seen than the Spiral.

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  50. 19: A meteoroid is a rock in space that hasn't enter the a planet's Atmosphere, it floats in space like The asteroid belt there consider meteoroids.
    A meteors are rocks that have entered a planets Atmosphere at high speeds that slowly burn up into a fireball and soon dissipates.
    A meteors is a rock that enters a planets Atmosphere and crashes into the ground which can cause Massive Damage.

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  51. 20: Earth and Venus have a very similar size and density compare to each other, Both of these planets are The Terrestrial Planets which sits closer to the sun and are made of rock unlike the gas giants. The difference is that Venus is second closer to the sun while the earth is the 3rd closet to the sun, Venus lost its Atmosphere which cause the planet to not be livable, Venus has air is mostly Carbon dioxide which is another reason why Venus isn't livable.

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  52. I think I lost a brain cell reading this

    btw for those MHA fans who's ready for season five 😆😆😆 I'm so excited

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  53. You better not be in love with my man.

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  54. oh no he's mine he's been mine for a long time now
    oh well ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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  55. well I stole ya man

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  56. @real_rat1 you are aware you are breaking the law for asking for personal information on a public site right? If he did respond you could get up to 4 years of jail time. Think before you click submit. Also we are all aware with that name you are not above the age of 9.

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  57. @Imagine not posting answers who are you talking to with the "Also we are all aware with that name you are not above the age of 9" just wondering not tryna be rude

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