Angela was instructed on a test to make an analogy, or comparison, for polymers. she writes four examples of how polymers are like pearl necklaces. she has many parts to this analogy that make sense, but one part of her analogy does not fit. which is the most likely error in her analogy? the pearls are like monomers. the thread that connects the pearls is like an ionic bond. the entire necklace is like a polymer, or macromolecule. stringing the beads onto the thread is like polymerization.
the correct answer is a delta.
the formation of deltas takes place when a river meets a sea or the lake, at this moment, the speed of water becomes less and it loses the intensity to carry sediment. the sediment gets accumulated at the mouth of the river. some of the rivers leave so much of sediment that even the tides and waves become inefficient in carrying it all through. it accumulates in layers producing a delta. some of the deltas are so big that even humans can live on them.
hmmmm let me think about that