Item CE063003: The inside of a plant cell contains water, molecules dissolved in water, and small structures that perform specialized functions for the cell.

What is TRUE about the inside of a plant cell?

  1. The inside of a plant cell contains structures that carry out specialized functions for the cell, but no water or air. The inside of the cell is completely solid.
  2. The inside of a plant cell contains water and molecules dissolved in the water, but no structures that perform specialized functions for the cell.
  3. The inside of a plant cell contains air and structures that perform specialized functions for the cell, but no water.
  4. The inside of a plant cell contains water, molecules dissolved in the water, and structures that perform specialized functions for the cell.

Distribution of Responses

Chart showing distrubtion of responses for Item CE063003

Percent of students responding correctly

Overall46%
Grades 6–842%
Grades 9–1252%
Male44%
Female49%
Primary Language is English46%
Primary Language is not English43%

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