# Assiter a un match passe compose and une

Assiter a un match passe compose and une

qwemnb7401

1. Grating

2. Interference

3. Diffraction

4. Specular dot

Explanation:

1. Composed of numerous narrowly spaced slits and grooves    Grating

2. Having the same wavelength, frequency, and in-phase Interaction of waves where they meet in space   Interference

3. The bending of waves near a boundary or as a wave passes through an opening Diffraction

4. The zeroth order direct reflection fringe    Specular dot

decoreyjpaipxv

$Match each term to the best description. :: 1. Coherent 2. Diffraction 3. Grating 4. Interference$

victoriay3

Part A D. An outcome of the Lakota Music Project is that people of different cultures learn how much they have in common.

Part B Answers: A. (The Lakota Music Project's focus remains on building bridges through music)

and D. (Its goal is to spotlight Native American influences on American classical music)

Explanation: I had the K12 test and missed these, but these are the correct answers! I hope this helps, but I might be a little late. 🙁

bapefer498

1. A 2. C  3. D
4. B idk the rest

Jonahrosario03

Attend a past match composed and a

Explanation:

Thunderalesis7855

Phospholipid bilayer - Double layered sheet that gives the cell membrane a strong flexible barrier.

Selectively permeable- Some substances can pass through and others cannot.

Extracellular fluid - Solution found on the outside of a cell .

Intracellular fluid - Solution found on the inside of the cell.

Solution - A mixture that is not easily separated, made up of a solvent and solute

Solute - Substance that is bearing disolved , ex:salt.

Solvent - Substance doing the dissolving , ex :water

Homeostasis - Ability to maintain a steady state.

Equilibrium - Steady state balanced .

Hydrophobic - Water “fearing”

Hydrophilic - Water “loving”

Phospholipid - The main component of the cell membrane, composed of a hydrophilic head and hydrophobic tails.

Concentration gradient - A difference in the number of molecules across a membrane

Explanation: