Give examples of 3 organelles inside a eukaryotic cell and a brief description of their function.
Three organelles that can be found inside a eukaryotic cell include: 1. Nucleus: The nucleus contains a majority of the cell's genetic material. The nucleus also coordinates cellular activities, which included, but are not limited to, growth and cell division. 2. Ribosomes: Ribosomes are a cellular structure that make proteins. They can be attached to the rough endoplasmic reticulum or found floating freely in the cytoplasm. 3. Mitochondria: Produces the energy for the cell. The main reactions required to create ATP (energy) for the cell take place here.
The following item is a sentence fragment. Fix the fragment to make it a complete sentence. 1. The cat on the grass.
A complete sentence is a group of words that can stand alone as a punctuated sentence because it satisfies the criteria of containing a subject and a verb or verb phrase. This statement is a group of words that cannot stand alone as a complete sentence because it is lacking a verb or verb phrase. "The cat on the street" is the subject, so in order to complete the sentence you needed to add the verb or verb phrase. A few ways you could have fixed the fragment are as follows: The cat on the grass is sleeping. The cat on the grass is running. The cat on the grass is playing with yarn.
A line, C, has points at (1,3) and (-3,4). Find the slope of line C.
The slope of a line can be found using the formula: m = (y2-y1) / (x2-x1) Coordinates are given as (x,y) so for the point (1,3), the x-value would be 1 and the y-value would be 3. Using the two points given in the question, the formula would be used as follows: m = (4-3) / (-3-1) The next step would be to simplify each of the parentheses: m = (1) / (-4) Lastly, divide: m = -1/4 or -.25 The slope of line C is -1/4 or -.25