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If you are at the last passage of your SAT reading section and you do not have enough time to read the entire passage. What is your best option?

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Read the first and last paragraph and the first sentence to each body paragraph to help answer the questions.

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Bob is going from the bakery to the post office. He starts walking at 5 miles an hour but 10 minutes later receives a ride from a friend at 15 miles an hour. It takes Bob a total of 30 minutes to get to the post office. How far is the bakery from the post office? Answer in fractions.

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The bakery is 25/3 of a mile away from the post office.

Biology
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Are human cells prokaryotic or eukaryotic? Describe its components.

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Human cells are eukaryotic, meaning they contain nuclei, whereas a prokaryotic cell lack nuclei. Eukaryotic cells are composed of several organelles including the nucleus, mitochondria, golgi apparatus, lysosomes, rough endoplasmic reticulum, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, peroxisome, cytosol, and the plasma membrane. The nucleus also contains the nucleolus witch contain RNA characteristics that help in the forming of DNA.

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