Science help (just 4 questions)

1. Which of the following is an example of an environmental pressure? (1 point)
the air pressure in the atmosphere
a lake that is gradually running out of water
a fight between two members of the same species
breeding between two members of the same species
2. Which of the following is the most likely example of a favorable mutation? (1 point)
a mutation that makes a rabbit able to run faster
a mutation that changes the color of a rabbit’s fur to bright orange
a mutation that changes the color of a rabbit’s eyes
a mutation that gives a rabbit a third ear
3. How does carbon become locked inside Earth? (1 point)
Tree roots expel carbon into the soil as they grow.
Humans use machines to pump carbon dioxide into large underground tanks.
Rocks become richer in carbon as time goes on.
The carbon-rich bodies of plants and animals decay into Earth as they die.
True/False
4. Carbon emissions lead to global warming by trapping the sun’s heat in the atmosphere. (1 point)
true
false

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  1. What are your answers? The first one is B.

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  2. 2.B or D, not sure
    3.B
    4. true

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  3. 2. is not B or D.
    3. We don't "pump" carbon dioxide, exactly.
    4. Correct.

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  4. 2.c
    3.D

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  5. 2. no
    3. Yes

    2. is A because running faster allows a rabbit to escape from predators. The answer is not B because the fur may not camouflage or match the background, allowing predators to sport the rabbit. Not C partly because of my last reason. Not D because the location of the third ear might not be beneficial. What if the third ear were on a foot? Would that be beneficial?

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  6. Right.

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  7. Thanks u so much!!

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  8. great

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  9. 1.B
    2.A
    3.D
    4. True

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  10. heres a question: which of the following is an example of an effect of natural selection?
    A: all of the children of two parents are male
    B: carbon cycles through ecosystem
    C: Favorable environmental conditions cause an increased food supply
    D:*Polar Bears Have White Fur ****
    am i right?

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  11. yes you are.

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  12. thanks! that was fast.

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  13. just on at the right time. your welcome ;)

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  14. The Hangman's Body Count

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  15. what is the answer to:
    Which of the following is an example of an effect of natural selection?
    A. All of the children of two parents are male.
    B. Carbon cycles through ecosystem.
    C. Favorable environmental cause an increased food supply
    or D. Polar bears have white fur.
    I think the is answer D.

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  16. 1.) B
    2.) A
    2.) D
    3.) True
    4.) D

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  17. jasmine is right.

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  18. 1. B
    2. A
    3. D
    4. TRUE
    5. D

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  19. Thx :)

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  20. Thanks

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  21. Avery is 100% correct. :)

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  22. aren't you having friends over?
    yea?
    it stinks in here.
    so?
    you have to wash this whole room.
    wash it?
    yeah. wash it with febreeze.

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  23. B
    A
    D
    T
    D

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  24. B
    A
    D
    True
    D

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  25. You guys are correct.

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  26. txs everyone

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  27. Thanks!

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  28. B
    C
    D
    False
    A
    100%

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  29. B
    A
    D
    TRUE
    D
    100% DONT LISTEN TO KYLE

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  30. 1. B
    2. A
    3. D
    4. True
    5. D

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  31. No, I'm not letting you make them get a bad grade.

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  32. B
    A
    D
    True
    D
    100

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  33. Dab backwards, the opposite of false, after C

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  34. Oh shoot.
    You guys are right
    1.B
    2.A
    3.D
    4.True
    5.D

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  35. 1. B
    2. A
    3. D
    4. True
    5. D

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  36. Thank You Helping Hand.

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  37. the answers are B.A.D.TRUE.D.AT
    Get it? Bad true dat

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  38. keeping this updated. yeah these recent answers still work as of this day. all hail the potato empire

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  39. You guys fight to much

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  40. shoot for the last one I put B its actually D answers above with B A D True D are correct anything else is wrong that was my bad with the last answer 80% for me ;(

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  41. Thankyou so much guys! ❤️

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  42. Thank u so much Jasmine 100%

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  43. So the Answers of
    1. B
    2. A
    3. D
    4. True
    5. D
    Are indeed correct, you can think jasmine and the others above my comment🖤.

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  44. 1.B
    2.A
    3.D
    4.A (true)
    5.D
    connections

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  45. 1. B
    2. A
    3. D
    4. True
    5. D
    Promise just took the test!!!

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  46. Jasmine is right thanks

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  47. 1. b
    2. a
    3. d
    4. true
    5. D
    Its right just took the test got a 100
    You only need the answer to question number 5 if you have a question number 5 tho

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  48. B.
    A.
    D.
    TRUE
    D.at
    Heh, bad true dat...
    They are right!

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