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Who discovered cell?

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Who discovered cell?
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Robert Hooke.
For the first time, the cell was discovered and named by Robert Hooke in 1665. He noticed that it looked surprisingly like a cell or small rooms in which the monks lived, hence its name.

Who was Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner?

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Who was gordon matthew thomas sumner?
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Sting.
Sting, was lead vocalist of the rock band The Police before going solo. Their 1980s albums include “Zenyatta Mondatta” and “Ghost in the Machine.” Their biggest hit was “Every Breath You Take.”

What is the mathematical equivalent of a Nobel Prize?

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What is the mathematical equivalent of a nobel prize?
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The Fields Medal.
The Fields Medal is a prize awarded to two, three or foud mathematicians under 40 years old at the International Congress of the International Mathematical Union, every four years. It is considered one of the highest honors for mathematicians and has been described as the Mathematician’s Nobel Prize.

What color are Polar bears’ tongues?

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What color are polar bears’ tongues?
White.
Incorrect.
Blue.
Correct!
Polar bears although they have a white coat of fur that helps them blend into the snow and ice their skin is black to keep them warm by absorbing heat from the sun’s rays. Their tongues are also dark, often ranging from blue to purple.
Red.
Incorrect.
 

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