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Homework | Answered on Apr 12, 2018


The average herd size is 353 cows in milk, with a variation of less than 15, which accounts for about 42% of herds, to several hundreds and even thousands; the latter accounting for only about 2% of herds.

Homework | Answered on Apr 12, 2018


since this is probably your homework we all suggest at fixya that you do it yourself. the reasoning is that if we do it you will never learn how to.

Homework | Answered on Apr 12, 2018


Any change in climate would be caused by the sun.There is nothing here on the surface of the planet that can cause a climate change.

Homework | Answered on Apr 11, 2018


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Homework | Answered on Apr 11, 2018


since this is a repair help website we have no idea.....

Homework | Answered on Apr 10, 2018


This is not a natural history forum!

Homework | Answered on Apr 10, 2018


We don't do your homework for you here.

Homework | Answered on Apr 06, 2018


1.The most important one i know is to make sure that you do not make a mistake when marking an individual's assignment...so reduce errors

2. To make sure that marking in the same for each student

3. Gives you a guideline on how to mark

Homework | Answered on Apr 06, 2018


Two similes are in the same line: like forest fires, like haunted children,
Both are supposed to show a kind of innocent chaos, and I think they're both pretty effective.

Homework | Answered on Apr 06, 2018


River otters can be found all across the United States except for in the desert and the Florida Keys. They live in both freshwater and slightly salty, brackish habitats. As their name suggests, they inhabit rivers, but they also inhabit lakes, as well. River otters choose their habitat based on how much food and shelter they can find. As a result, their habitat can change depending on the season. For example, they will move from temporarily flooded marshes to cypress swamps that have permanent ponds. They make their dens in bank burrows, under trees and stumps, or in thick vegetation.

An image of what they look like is attached.

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Homework | Answered on Apr 06, 2018


The following are the characteristics for Kingdom Plantae:
  • Most of the plants are eukaryotic and chlorophyll containing organisms.
  • Cell walls of plant cells are comprised of cellulose.
  • They have an ability to grow by cell division.
  • In life cycle of plant cells, the interchanges occur from the embryos and are supported by other tissues and self produce.
  • Plants have both organs and organ systems.
  • They obtain their energy from sun through photosynthesis.
  • Plants develop a self defense mechanism to protect them from being destroyed by animals, fungi and other plants.
  • Organisms within Kingdom Plantae are multicellular, eukaryotic and autotrophic.
  • They lack motility.

Homework | Answered on Apr 06, 2018


Something to help with your understanding of the answer and the question itself:
http://hiaconnect.edu.au/old/files/Built_Environment_&_Wellbeing.pdf

The built environment provides the setting and backdrop by which we live our lives, and
impacts on our senses, our emotions, participation in physical activity and community life,
our sense of community, and general wellbeing. Meanings are generated by buildings and
spaces, which we 'read' as we pass through them. Places are created and shaped by those in
control of resources and with certain interests, which affects our degree of access to, and the
way we use, those spaces.
People living in particular localities may be prone to particular diseases if the aetiology of
that disease is located in the environments in which they live. Although disease and illness
may be caused by a virus or toxic substance, it may be social institutions and practices which
actually create the circumstances in which people come into contact with these disease-
inducing agents. Places have certain environmental characteristics, such as the availability of
healthy foods, health-affirming services, community norms and so on, which influence health
behaviour. Health disadvantage is exacerbated in socially and economically disadvantaged
settings. Health promotion strategies need to take into consideration the impact of social
structure, place and time on people's health-related knowledge, attitudes and behaviours.
People with disabilities are not only marginalised by social and political structures, but these
same structures are reflected in the built environment. These built forms serve to reinforce
the physical and psychosocial isolation associated with their disability.

Homework | Answered on Apr 06, 2018


The word image is an unbound morpheme, not a bound morpheme, because it is a word by itself. In any language,a morpheme is a unit of meaning. A word is an unbound morpheme because it is a unit of meaning when it stands alone, not bound to anything else. Image is a morpheme in "imagination," but, because image is a word in itself, image is an unbound morpheme, rather than a bound morpheme.
Thanks to Charles Cairns in comments, I have some example of bound morphemes.
Any prefix or suffix that is not a word in itself is a bound morpheme. That would include terms like infra (used in infrastructure and infrared, but not a word in itself). Also suffixes, like -s and -es to make a word plural. I asked Charles for some word roots that were bound morphemes, and he suggested pant- as in pants and scissor- as in scissors.
Original example, questioned by linguist Charles Cairns in comments.
In contrast, in English, -struct- is a bound morpheme. It is not a word in itself. Yet it can be a suffix, as in instruct, or a prefix, as in structure. Or it can be a root, as in destructive. A unit of meaning that is not a word in itself, but is any or all of these: prefix, suffix, infix, or root is a bound morpheme.
Charles challenged this because most or all the words that contain -struct- are from the Latin, so it may be that it is a Latin root, but, as new words are not developing in English, not a bound morpheme in English. As he is the expert, I bow to his knowledge. At the same time, I wonder about words like reconstruction, deconstruction, and infrastructure. As I suspect some of these words were created in English, one might make a case for -struct- being a bound morpheme with more and more prefixes and suffixes being added on.
For more, see Bound and unbound morphemes - Wikipedia.

Homework | Answered on Apr 06, 2018


An energy pyramid, AKA ecological pyramid, is a visual way of showing the biomass or bio-productivity at each trophic level in an ecosystem. Basically what they do is, they show how much biomass is typically present at each trophic level. A screenshot of one such pyramid is attached.
Screenshot

Homework | Answered on Apr 06, 2018


The earth's atmosphere is made of mostly nitrogen which is about 78%.

Homework | Answered on Apr 06, 2018

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