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  1. Yes because for every x values there is only one y value, in other words they don't repeat

    Step-by-step explanation:

  2. The explanations are mentionned in the attached file.

    1. The right answer is False.

    2. The right answer is B.

    3. The right answer is D.

    4. The right answer is 3 letters.

    5. The right answer is B.

    6. The right answer is 25%.

    7. The right answer is A.

    The answers for question 8 according to the checklist are in the attached file too.

  3. Explanation: see attachment below

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  4. Question 1 :


    It isn't 100% curable.

    Question 2 :

    The heart and muscles are parts of the body affected by Pompe Disease.

    So the correct answer is B.

    Question 3 :

    lysosomes are part of the cells involved with Pompe Disease.

    So the correct answer is D.

    Question 4 :

    A codon is made up of 3 letters.

    So the correct answer is B.

    Question 5 :

    Lots of glycogen is stored in the skeletal muscle.

    So the correct answer is B.

    Honestly I'm not sure about the last three. I wouldn't want to give you false answers.

    Hope I've been at least of some help (:,


  5. Caution: I am not a 100% sure but would love to help you out as max as I can.

    So since you have to choose two answer choices, you have to choose between answers A and D, and B and D.

    I believe A is one answer because if a mutation occurs and the gene cannot work anymore, the body will know to delete itself because of how much damage it can cause. Additionally, I know B is the answer because duplicated genes contain many variations, and I believe a mutation would occur to have it occur even more but in the future. Duplications that do not have severe effects can persist over generations, allowing mutations to accumulate.

  6. Question no.6:

    The correct answer is option B which is there 25% chances of having the pomp disease.


    According to the given information given in question both the Julia and her husband are carriers. Due to which there are three genetic probabilities of their child:

    Normal kid with both healthy alleles: 25%Carrier healthy child with one healthy and one defective gene: 50%Child with pomp disease having two defective genes: 25%Question No. 7:

    The correct option is A which is symptoms will appear before the age of nine months.


    In this disease, there is low production of an enzyme acid α-glucose, which degrades lysosomal glycogen. In the absence of enzyme lysosomal glycogen accumulates and results in the weakness of muscle especially related to breathing. This leads to early onset of disease symptoms and early death usually in infancy in case of having both defected genes.

    Question No. 8:The DNA of chromosome no. 17 of a normal person has a gene GAA and the pomp offspring will have the defected gene. Like the nucleotide sequence of the gene will be changed.At cellular level in pomp, there will be an accumulation of lysosomal glycogen.The muscles which are involved in breathing do not work properly leading to low breathing rate or completely blocking the respiration.This is a genetic problem which can not be fixed.There is no cure for this disease because it affects intracellular metabolism which is not easy to cure by enzymes supplements.

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