I was studying abit in the physics and general chemistry section of a teas study guide and in a small physics section area it said, MORE OFTEN SUFACE AREAS ARE DEFINED AS SQUARE CENTIMETERS. ONE CENTIMETER IS EQUAL TO 100 CENTIMETERS.
I WAS JUST ABUT CONFUSED I probably would have accepted 1 meter = 100 cm, but maybe I'm missing something. Maybe its just for the surface areas.
Any whiz wanna school me or is this really abit of a mistake?
NVR mind! I think i got it!
From what I understand, they took Earth science and physics questions off the test in the newest version, VI. At least, I didn't have a single physics question, and my study guide didn't go over physics concepts.
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