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Which of the following pairs of terms could describe a bullfrog that is active at night and enters a state of complete inactivity during cold months?
cooperation and hibernation
aggression and circadian rhythm
circadian rhythm and hibernation
courtship and cooperation

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  1. I'll be happy to check your answer.

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  2. D?

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  3. I believe you are correct....

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  4. Usually, I'm pretty good with questions like this....I'm not really sure about this one.

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  5. No. D is wrong. Please look the definitions of unfamiliar words.

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  6. * look up the definitions

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  7. Then if it is not D then I believe it is A?

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  8. Please stop guessing!

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  9. Please help!

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  10. Well, shouldn't these terms be in your science book or something?

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  11. No

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  12. Okay, well the term: "circadian rhythm" Is A daily cycle of biological activity based on a 24-hour period and influenced by regular variations in the environment, such as the alternation of night and day.

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  13. You can look up terms here:

    http://www.dictionary.com

    or

    http://www.answers.com

    or

    http://www.onelook.com

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  14. Yeah, I agree with Writeacher. Once you've studied the terms, come back and give me your answer....
    I'll be glad to check it for you.:)

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  15. I studied them and the answer is C

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  16. Correct! *Fist bump*
    See, now don't u feel better?

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  17. Yes and thank you!

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  18. I am thoroughly entertained.

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  19. shush ^

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