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Because the washing up fell over due to his use of tectonic plates

Edu-Science... | Answered on Nov 18, 2020

You are about the 10th person to ask for this. These are being sold at Toys R Us and the "toy" really applies to this scope. If you can return it and buy this telescope for your child.

and no you cannot buy a usable scope for less than $200. No manual exists for your telescope, however Meade maintains a web site of manuals for all their telescopes. Look under the REFRACTOR heading on the below web site for one similar to your telescope. They all assemble about the same way, and Meade includes a section in the back of all manuals on how to use the telescope.

This one is similar to your telescope.

Edu-Science... | Answered on Jan 26, 2019

Genetic drift is the change in allele frequency from one generation to the next that occurs because alleles in offspring are a random sample of those in the parents, as well as from the role that chance plays in determining whether a given individual will survive and reproduce.

DNA mutation, Chromosomal mutation, and cell recombination are the ones you can view with a light or electron microscope. The book "Essentials of Physical Anthropolgy" gives more information about genetic drift and details about different ways of study.

Hope this helps!

Edu-Science Edu... | Answered on Oct 09, 2018

I doubt if you will find a manual - if you can supply a list of the items in the kit, I'll endeavour to offer some advice, based on my school biology lessons of some fifty years ago !

Edu-Science... | Answered on Aug 05, 2017

Do you mean upload to Fixya here? Or to somewhere else?

If to Fixya, you must sign in, then go to the category Telescopes, then click on the link 'Upload a manual' at middle right.

Edu-Science Edu... | Answered on Mar 23, 2016

That would probably depend on who they were trying to impress.

Edu-Science... | Answered on Feb 04, 2016

go to this website

Edu-Science Edu... | Answered on Feb 03, 2016

Ours came with one....

Edu-Science... | Answered on Jan 09, 2016

Any binocular and telescope shop can assist you, or by mail order

Yours are most likely 1.25" eyepieces. Don't try for excessive magnification, or expensive brand EPs, that will be a waste of money.

Edu-Science... | Answered on Dec 28, 2015

Atomic protons? The nucleus of the atom of each stable element has a certain number of protons, and except for hydrogen, also neutrons. These numbers are what differentiate the elements and give them properties, whether gaseous, metallic, alkaline, reactive or inert. Protons have a positive electrical charge.

The number of electrons will match the number of protons to give a stable atom a neutral net charge. An atom which loses or gains an electron or 2 is known as an ion. An atom which gains one or more neutrons is known as an isotope. However ions and isotopes still have their proper numbers of protons.

Ions will seek to attach to another particle so as to gain stability. Isotopes will decay over time, sometimes thousands of years.

All the elements are arranged in families or groups where chemical properties are comparable, in the Periodic Table of the Elements

Edu-Science... | Answered on Mar 28, 2015

Since Pluto was lost as officially part of the solar system it is now mercury that is the smallest ( Jupiter is the largest.)

Edu-Science... | Answered on Mar 25, 2015

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