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kaylak:

https://s1.postimg.org/2cbmhs0hrj/Capture.png

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

1 is correct for 2, salt is an ionic compound and it dissolves very well in water, wouldn't you agree? therefore, hydrogen bonding must not prevent ionic compounds from dissolving

1 week ago
kaylak:

@Vocaloid

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

3 looks right to me

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

now, for #4 think about what a high specific heat does - it prevents wide temperature changes/fluctuations even with large external changes of heat

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

which answer do you think makes the most sense given this info?

1 week ago
kaylak:

A then?

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

awesome, great job

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

5 looks right to me

1 week ago
kaylak:

@Vocaloid

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

yup those 3 answers look good

1 week ago
kaylak:

https://s1.postimg.org/4twfv563i7/Capture.png i need a stronger agrument here

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

hm, I don't remember that much about the water cycle, let me see what I can find

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

https://water.usgs.gov/edu/watercyclesummary.html you can be a bit more specific about the pathway that water takes from land to ocean

1 week ago
kaylak:

i'm about to post my final response hold on

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

for example, some of the precipitated water flows along the direction of gravity into rivers, but some of it is "infiltrated" into the soil, and then the ocean

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

the process of cellular respiration (for organisms such as plants/animals) produces water as a waste product, which can evaporate, be transported through air currents, and precipitate again over the ocean

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

it's been a long time since i've studied, this, hope that helped

1 week ago
kaylak:

i made a 100 at least on multiple choice thank you

1 week ago
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