Prefixes E-I Period 6

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  • 1. 

    Equi

    Explanation
    The word "equi" is a prefix that means "equal" or "equally." Therefore, when combined with the word "equal," it creates a redundancy as both words convey the same meaning. Hence, the correct answer is "equal."

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  • 2. 

    E-, Ex-

    Explanation
    The prefixes "E-" and "Ex-" both mean "out" or "away". Therefore, the correct answer is "out, away, from". These prefixes indicate movement or separation from a certain place or state.

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    Exter-, Extra-

    Explanation
    The prefixes "exter-" and "extra-" both mean "outside of" or "outside." They can be used to indicate something that is beyond or outside a certain boundary or limit. Therefore, the answer "outside of, outside" accurately reflects the meaning of these prefixes.

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    Hetero-

  • 5. 

    Homo-

    Explanation
    The term "Homo-" is derived from the Greek word meaning "same." It is a prefix commonly used in various scientific and medical terms to indicate similarity or sameness. In this context, "Homo-" refers to the concept of being the same or similar. Therefore, the correct answer is "same."

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    Hyper-

    Explanation
    The prefix "hyper-" means "over" or "above." Therefore, the correct answer is "over, above" as it accurately represents the meaning of the prefix.

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  • 7. 

    Hypo-

    Explanation
    The term "hypo-" means below or less than. Therefore, the correct answer is "below" and "less than" as they both convey the meaning of being lower or lesser in value or quantity.

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    In-, im-

    Explanation
    The prefixes "in-" and "im-" both have the meaning of "not" when added to a word. Therefore, the correct answer is "not."

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    Infra-

    Explanation
    The prefix "infra-" means "beneath." It is commonly used in words to indicate something that is located or situated below or underneath another object or thing. In this case, "infra-" is used to describe a position or location that is beneath something else. Therefore, the correct answer is "beneath."

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    Inter-, intro-

    Explanation
    The prefixes "inter-" and "intro-" both have the meaning of "between." "Inter-" is used to indicate a relationship or position between two or more things, while "intro-" is used to indicate an inward movement or position between two or more things. Therefore, both prefixes convey the idea of being between or among something.

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    Intra-

    Explanation
    The prefix "intra-" means "within" or "inside." It is used to indicate something that occurs within or inside a particular group or system. On the other hand, the word "into" means to go or move inside or within something. Therefore, the correct answer is "within, into, within, into," as it accurately represents the meanings of the prefix and the word.

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