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Nutrition and Wellness
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What is the difference between Macro and Micronutrients?

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Answer:

Macronutrients are the structural and energy-giving caloric components of our foods that most of us are familiar with. They include carbs, fats, and proteins. Where micronutrients are the vitamins, minerals, trace elements, phytochemicals, and antioxidants that are essential for good health.

Earth Science
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Question:

Why does the earth experience precession?

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Answer:

This question is asking about the different orbits and planes on which they are tilted. The most appropriate answer would be one explaining the plane of the moon's orbit is tilted from Earth's elliptical plane.

English
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Question:

When is it appropriate to use a pronoun versus a noun in a sentence?

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Answer:

A pronoun refers to a noun that has already been mentioned previously in the text. For Example, If you were telling a story about a secretary at an office named Sue, and later mentioned "she" in the same text, you are using a pronoun to make it understood that you are still talking about Sue. It would become redundant if every time you were to mention "her" you stated "the secretary at the office, Sue"

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