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in what types of cells(prokaryotes or eukaryotes) is cytoplasm and cytoskeleton

Your antiquated instructor probably wants cytoskeleton for an answer because until recently it was assumed prokaryotes had no cytoskeleton. That is not likey the case. please read:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cytoskeleton

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