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Asked by Madesh

Maths πŸ’―
How many sides are on a hexagon?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

A hexagon is a polygon that has six sides. Fun fact. Honeycombs where bees store nectar have cells shaped perfectly as hexagons πŸ˜€

Asked by Ibhade

Computer Science πŸ–₯
Explain what a pathogen is ?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

Me thinks this is a biology question πŸ˜› A pathogen is really a microorganism that can cause disease. Bacteria for example are microscopic organism...Learn more

Asked by Kyle

Business πŸ‘”
How do you build cohesive teams that work well?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

This is a great question, particularly because many companies are trying to figure this out. Google dedicated a whole two-year project to this very...Learn more

Asked by Maisie

History πŸ•Œ
When was Henry the 8th born?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

28th June 1491 πŸ˜€

Asked by Zoe

Chemistry βš›οΈ
How can I quickly memorise the first 20 elements of the periodic table?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

When I go on holiday, I like to go on a SPA day. It gives me a chance to relax and wind down. SPA is also how I remember that Socrates taught Plato...Learn more

Asked by Linh

Computer Science πŸ–₯
How do I start learning React.js?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

In my experience of learning a new framework and seeing how others have learnt (where they've succeeded and stumble), I'd recommend the following: ...Learn more

Asked by Arabella

Maths πŸ’―
How many degrees does a triangle add up to?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

All angles in a triangle add up to 180 degrees.

Asked by Ben

Maths πŸ’―
What is enlargement. Please Help 😬😬?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

When englarging a shape, its important two remember two things: scale factor and center of enlargment. 1. Scale factor: really just a way of saying...Learn more

Asked by Ambar

Maths πŸ’―
How do I found out the Highest Common Multiple (HCM) of 326 and 356?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

To work this out you find all the factors of 326 and all the factors of 356. Then you simple find the biggest one that they both have 326 : 1, 2, 1...Learn more

Asked by Rosa

Maths πŸ’―
What is 345 divided by 23?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

What we want to work out here is how many times 23 goes into 345. You can either use long division for this or a calculator. If you’re not allow a ...Learn more

Asked by Betsy

Maths πŸ’―
If Β£2000 is placed into a bank account that pays 3% compound interest per year, how much will be in the account after 2 years ?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

Compound interest works by adding interest on top of what you already have. In this case, you would start by looking at your current balance which ...Learn more

Asked by Lauren

Maths πŸ’―
What is the square root of 92?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

9.59 to two decimal places

Asked by Georgia

Maths πŸ’―
How do you do pythagoras theorem??
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

Pythagoras theorem is used to find the length of one side of a right angle triangle. The theorem is easy enough to remember: a^2 + b^2 = c^2 where ...Learn more

Asked by Shamia

Arabic ΨΉ
3) Write a function to represent the set of ordered pairs.{(2, 2), (3, 7), (4, 14), (5, 23)}A) f(x) = x B) f(x) = 4x - 6 C) f(x) = x2 - 2 D) f(x) = 2x2 - 6?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

C Given ordered pairs, if you plug in x you’ll find that the equation is satisfied. (2,2) x=2, y=2 and x^2 - 2 = 4 - 2 = 2. Try it out for the re...Learn more

Asked by Imtiyaz

Applying for University ✍️🏽
Should I go university?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

Great question! Brace yourself for this answer, it’s going to be long but hopefully it’ll help you! I, along with many others, asked this at some ...Learn more

Asked by Jessie

Programming πŸ–₯
Installing Mongodb and inserting data. and querying data?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

Checkout https://www.guru99.com/mongodb-tutorials.html which will run you through these steps.

Asked by Charlie

Maths πŸ’―
How Do You Put Decimals in accending order πŸ€”?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

Descending order means to go down. If you had numbers like 30, 15, 100 and you wanted to write them in descending order you would write the highest ...Learn more

Asked by Gaby

Maths πŸ’―
I went to a store and bought an item worth $30. I had to pay 9% tax as well. How much did I pay JUST for the tax?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

If the item costs $30 and you paid tax too, the total of the item is $30 + Tax. To figure out tax, we have to find 9% of 30. If you don’t have a c...Learn more

Asked by Jessel

Maths πŸ’―
Laticia randomly selected 25%of the seventh grade students in her school and asked them their favorite season.of the students surveyed 51 chose summer as the favorite season what is the most reasonable prediction of the 7 grade kids in her school?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

Let’s look at what we know. 25% of grade 7 students were surveyed Of those, 51 grade 7 students chose summer as their favourite season. Since we ...Learn more

Asked by Tati

Maths πŸ’―
Is y=x^2+9 a linear function ??
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

A linear function is a function that graphs to a straight line. An example is y = 2x + 1. When x is: 1, y is 3 2, y is 5 3, y is 7 If you plotted ...Learn more

Asked by Hamza

Computer Science πŸ–₯
What is 1011 when referring to computing?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

1011 is a number represented in binary. Computers can only understand and process binary numbers. Anything you ever do on a computer will be conver...Learn more

Asked by Haytham

Applying for Oxbridge 🚣
If you want to apply for an architecture degree at university, and are currently doing Maths, English Literature, Art and Product design, which subject would be the best to drop going into year 13 if one had to be dropped?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

Your best bet would be to look at entry requirements for an Architecture degree at university. Check out some of the universities in London. UCL fo...Learn more

Asked by Nomin-Od

University πŸŽ“
Should I take a gap year after finishing year 13?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

It depends what you would do in that gap year. It I put myself in a future employer’s shoes, I would definitely be more intrigued and likely to hir...Learn more

Asked by Clara

11+ Entrance Exams 🌟
Why should you choose university instead of doing an a apprenticeship?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

I’d be curious to know why you used the word β€˜should’. I expect there is some societal influence or expectation that for one to succeed, one must go...Learn more

Asked by Fatima

Accounting πŸ“’
How can I apply for work experience?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

One of my friend’s told me a story recently about their younger sibling for work experience too. They were studying at secondary school and were uns...Learn more

Asked by Diana

Maths πŸ’―
What is 540x10^2 in standard form?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

Standard form is a way of writing down very large or very small numbers easily. 10^2 = 100, so 540 Γ— 10^2 = 54,000. This idea can be used to write ...Learn more

Asked by Priscilla

Computer Science πŸ–₯
What are the typical lecture hours when studying computer science at university?
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I studied Computer Science at King’s College London so my answer may be different for students who studied elsewhere. In saying that, a fair few of ...Learn more

Asked by Priscilla

Computer Science πŸ–₯
What should you expect when you study computer science at university?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

Let me begin by saying Computer Science is a great degree and is becoming evermore in the spotlight with the advent of AI, Machine Learning and Bloc...Learn more

Asked by Nadine

Economics πŸ“ˆ
What’s a monopoly?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

A monopoly in its purest form is when one business dominates the whole market – it has 100% concentration. In reality, the CMA describe a monopoly a...Learn more

Asked by Hamza

Maths πŸ’―
What is x when x-a3=7?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

The best way to approach these is by trying to get what you want to find (x) on one side, and everything else on the other. In this example, we wan...Learn more

Asked by Anwar

Maths πŸ’―
What are all the square numbers from 1-21?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

The square of a number is the number multiplied by itself. For example, the square of 1 = 1 * 1 which is 1 the square of 2 = 2* 2 which is 4 the ...Learn more

Asked by Max

Computer Science πŸ–₯
Can a computer truly generate a random number?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

True randomess, for the most part, implies the absence of a structure or pattern that would make the variable in question predictable. Computers ar...Learn more

Asked by Will

Physics πŸš€
How many planets are there?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

There are eight planets. Pluto is no longer one of them πŸ˜‰

Asked by Selina

Computer Science πŸ–₯
For a computer science student, is it better to buy a Mac or Windows?
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Backend Developer | Worked for GOV UK Notify, BT, Shell, GE | BSc Comp Sci

Buy a Mac, you won't regret it πŸ˜‰