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Conceptual Physical Science | 5th Edition | ISBN: 9780321753342 | Authors: Paul G. Hewitt John A. Suchocki, Leslie A. Hewitt ISBN: 9780321753342 234

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Problem 123

This may seem like an easy question for a physics typeto answer: With what force does a rock that weighs 10 N strike the ground if dropped from a rest position10 m high? In fact, the question cannot be answeredunless you have more information. What information,and why?

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BSCI201: Anatomy &Physiology Chapter 4 (Tissues) Notes- Part 2 by Mehrnaz Ighani . Connective tissue (CT): the most abundant and widely distributed of primary tissues ­ Major functions: binding and support, protecting, insulating, storing reserve fuel, and transporting substances ­ 4 main classes: 1. Connective tissue proper 2. Cartilage 3. Blood 4. Bone . Common characteristics of CT: 1. All have common embryonic origin: all arise from mesenchyme tissue as their tissue of origin 2. Have varying degrees of vascularity (cartilage is avascular but bone is vascularized) 3. Cells are suspended/ embedded in extracellular matrix (ECM) . ECM supports cells so they can bear weight and withstand tension . All connective tissues

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Textbook: Conceptual Physical Science
Edition: 5
Author: Paul G. Hewitt John A. Suchocki, Leslie A. Hewitt
ISBN: 9780321753342

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