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Science stomata are part of which type of plant structure?

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It belongs to the plant which cook food by itself

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What types of triangles


A triangle with two sides of equal length is an isosceles triangle. The side that is different from the other two is usually called the base, and the two angles at the base are equal.

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65 seeds were planted. 8 plants grew in week 1, 11 plants grew in week 2, 14 plants grew in week 3. what percent of the seeds had sprouted in week 5?


Something between 0% and 49%. Without knowing how many sprouted in week 4 and how many in week 6 or later (including those which never sprouted), it's impossible to narrow it down any further.

For example, if 32 sprouted in week 4, that's all of them and there's nothing left for week 5 so you get 0% in week 5. At the other extreme, none could sprout in week 4 then 32 sprout in week 5, giving 49%.

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What is science?,what are the importance of science?what are the good and bad effects of science?


what is science?
Science is an intellectual activity carried on by humans that is designed to discover information about the natural world in which humans live and to discover the ways in which this information can be organized into meaningful patterns.what are the importance of science?
  • artificialsatellites, television, computers, robbots, aeroplanesect.are all the gifts of science
  • Time and distance have been overpowered by science. We can reach distant places in a few hours. Even our domestic life has been changed by science, now we cook our food on gas stoves
  • In medical field also science has brought many changes. X ray machines and other gadgets help the doctors in revealing the inner portion of the body
  • Electricity is now used in place of coal; new dams are being built to control the flood water. Chemicals are being used in fields. It can convert a desert into a fertile land. But science has also produced deadly weapons for mankind and therefore there is always fear of world war. On the whole science has been beneficial to mankind
what are the good and bad effects of science?
Let us discuss the good effects first:1)Hybrid seeds are providing us good yields of crops and other agricultural products.Use of insecticides and pesticides have revolutionised agriculture.2)Discovery of electricity which has helped to lighten our homes and other establishments.3)Invention of electronic items like television,radio,transistor,calculator,m... of aeroplane has helped travelling much faster.5) In the field of medicine and surgery various advances and discoveries has helped to cure otherwise dreadful and incurable diseases like tuberculosis,plague,malaria,cholera,typh...
There are many such discoveries and inventions has made our lives more luxurious and comfortable.
Now the bad effects:1)Pollution,global warming,disappearance of the beauty of nature.2)Congestion of population.3)Accidents are a frequent occurences nowadays.4)Nuclear and atom bombs have destroyed lakhs of lives.5)Bad effects of medicines.5)In the wars weapons are used which has effected our relationships with other human beings.
Apart from these there are many such things good as well as bad.

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What is the significance of science to radiologic technolgy?


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What does ker(f) in lienar algebra mean?


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It seems to me that such question is well above the grade level that appears in the heading. Ker(f) comes from the English word kernel . The kernel of a homomorphism (application, not necessarily a function ) between two sets that have similar algebraic structures, is the subset of the original set (domain) the images of which are the neutral element in the target set (range). The kernel measures the degree to which a homomorphism fails to be injective.
Specific definitions exist for specifiq contexts.
I would advise you to curl up with a good book on abstract algebra and read more, with pen and paper,

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