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Edgar G.
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Biology
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Question:

From the DNA strand below, provide the complementary DNA strand. Then, using the complementary strand that you provided, provide the mRNA strand made by the complementary DNA strand. A T C C C G A C G G C A C A T C C G G A A A T G

Edgar G.
Answer:

A T C C C G A C G G C A C A T C C G G A A A T G - Original T A G G G C T G C C G T G T A G G C C T T T A C - Complimentary DNA A U C C C C A C G G C A C A U C C G G A A A U G - mRNA Strand In DNA replication, the compliments for adenine is thymine and the compliment for cytosine is guanine. However, when it comes to mRNA, the compliment for adenine is uracil.

English
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Question:

Jeremy and finn and Lancelot run to the store yesterday and they are looking for a large bag of potato. Identify what is wrong with the sentence.

Edgar G.
Answer:

Jeremy and Finn and Lancelot should be written as Jeremy, Finn, and Lancelot. Finn should be capitalized. Run is in the wrong tense as the action was done in the past. Are looking is in the wrong tense as-well. There are also several run-on sentences. Potato should be plural. Properly, the sentence should be written as: Jeremy, Finn, and Lancelot ran to the store yesterday. They looked for a large bag of potatoes.

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Question:

Find X: Y = x^2-5x-24

Edgar G.
Answer:

y=0 0=x^2-5x-24 to find x, devide the equation in two. Find what two numbers would multiply together to make -24 and when added together make -5. The two numbers that fit in this case are -8 and 3. So the equation would be divided by this: 0=(x-8)(x+3) To find the x, find the number that would make the equation true 0=(x-8) 0=(x+3) To make the first equation 0 you would have to make x 8. To make the second equation 0 you would make x -3 So X - (8,-3) also written as (8,0),(-3,0)

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