In math what is a gill?
The gill is a unit of measurement for volume equal to a quarter of a pint.
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Mathematics (colloquially, maths or math) is the body of knowledge centered on such concepts as quantity, structure, space, and change, and also the academic discipline that s…tudies them
The plural "gills" is the collective term for the breathing tissuesof fish, amphibians, and some crustaceans. These animals use theirgills to extract oxygen from water.
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Gills are located in the fish's body, near the slits in its neck. :)
Gills are the things that help fish breath under water.
no, because then those gills gills would need gills and they would need gills and so on, so on. They have specialised cells instead.
the cilia is the tiny hairlike structures in the gills that move back and forth making water flow over the gills to remove the oxygen form the water
Math is everything in life,everyday we add subtract and multiply to do things. For example we count how many miles will take us from one place to another and how many gall…ons of gas will require that trip and so on.without math we couldn't do any of that. and we have to do it to make life much easier and organized.
well you can: study understand everything you've learned on tests: pay attention to tricks that may occur pay attention to tricky answers double check if you have extra t…ime hope this helps
Land mammals do not have gills because there is no water needed to filter out to get oxygen. Fish have gills because they need to filter out water (and other objects) to get t…he oxygen to breathe.
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