# David Moore

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This would depend entirely on the pens/Inks used and the chromatograms produced as a result

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Cannabis is its own plant. You may have heard of it more commonly known as hemp

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This is up for debate but there is a strong argument for Johann Gottlieb Fichte

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On the other side of things, Oxford and Cambridge couldnβt care less about what youβre like as a person. They are only interested in your academic a...Learn more

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this depends on what shape you mean but generally speaking you just add up all of the side lengths

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Reuseing would be using the same product again - For example reusing a carrier bag Recycling implies that the product is broken down and the mater...Learn more

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use the suvat equation v=u+at 25=1+10t therefore t=2.4 seconds

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It could be anything between 0 and 90 based on just that information

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If two lines are perpendicular their gradients multiply to make -1. The gradient (coeffIcIent of x) of AB is m The gradient of CD is 3-c Therefore...Learn more

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Loughborough university is widely considered as one of the best all round sporting universities in the UK

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Set the problem up as follows: Assume that: a newly born pair of rabbits, one male, one female, are put in a field; rabbits are able to breed at t...Learn more

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almost definitely

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A dodecagon

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use the suvat equation v=u+at v=2+29*8 therefore v=234m/s