Criminalist julie sandel is investigating a series of threatening notes written in pencil and sent to a local politician. a suspect is arrested and julie directs the suspect to prepare writing samples to compare to the writing on the notes. she has the suspect sit at a desk in an empty office and gives him a pen and a piece of paper. she begins to read one of the notes and asks the suspect to write the words she dictates. after reading about half a page, she stops, then dictates the same part of the note a second time for the suspect. at one point, the suspect indicates that he does not know how to spell one of the words, so julie spells it for him. after completing the task, julie takes the origi- nal notes and the dictated writing from the suspect to a document examiner. what mistakes, if any, did julie make?
hi! glucose and oxygen are required for cellular respiration. as the law of conversation states, in a biochemical reaction, mass is conserved. for every glucose molecule, 6 oxygen molecules are used up and the end products, other than the energy dissipated by the reaction, are 6 water molecules and 6 carbon dioxide molecules. brainliest?
abiotic factors are sunlight, temperature, moisture, wind or water currents, soil type, and nutrient availability.