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I'm a current Neuroscience PhD student at University College London offering Maths and Science tutoring at GCSE, A-Level and undergraduate levels. I'm also able to give advice about pursuing science as a career, including admissions, personal statements and interview prep. I can also provide model answers for revision purposes.

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Organic Chemistry (2014 - 2017)

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Asked by Silvia

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
How do you find the mean ?
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To find the mean in a frequency table: 1) Add all of the numbers 2) Divide by the number of items in the data set. To find the median in a fr...Learn more

Asked by Pia

Biology ๐ŸŒฑ
How does the heart work?
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This video may help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XaftdE_h60

Asked by Quacken

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
What is a equilateral triangle?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

an equilateral triangle is a triangle in which all three sides are equal ๐Ÿ™‚

Asked by Omer

English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง
Is the monster in Frankenstein seen as a victim or a bad character?
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Donโ€™t get me wrong; heโ€™s definitely not a saint. He did kill people, some defenseless and incapable of escape from his strength and speed. But where...Learn more

Asked by Bireanna

Biology ๐ŸŒฑ
What different things do girls experience as a teen what a boy doesnโ€™t ?
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Are you asking this question from the perspective of biology, or sociology? I ask because biologically, the changes are pretty clear. For example...Learn more

Asked by Nayeesha

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
Solve the following: 4x-3=2x+7?
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4x-3=2x+7 2x = 10 x= 5

Asked by Hannah

Spanish ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ
What does ir, ser and hacer mean in English?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

ir - To go ser - To be hacer - To do

Asked by Rian

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
Whatโ€™s 18 x 18?
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18 x 18 = 324

Asked by Rachel

History ๐Ÿ•Œ
How long should a 12 mark question take in History? (AQA GCSE)?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

It's difficult to say exactly because it depends on how fast you write. Generally, 1 to 2 pages is a good indicator. Here's an example of a structur...Learn more

Asked by Rose

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
Can you change 3:45 into the 24-hour clock?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

3 pm is the 15th hour of the day, so using the 24-hour clock, it will be 15:45!

Asked by Molly

English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง
What is a verb?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

It's a doing word that requires tense (e.g. past, present or future).

Asked by Sophie

Music ๐ŸŽถ
How do you revise music?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

I think that the best thing you can do is complete past papers, as it is the only thing you can really do to prepare you for the real exam. You also...Learn more

Asked by Ruby

French ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท
How do you form the French conditional tense?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

The conditional is formed by adding the imperfect tense endings to the future stem of the verb.

Asked by Allan James

Art & Drama ๐ŸŽจ
How to get the technique of drawing curved lines?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Bob Davies has a really useful article about drawing them with a pencil: https://www.arttutor.com/blog/201512/how-draw-curves But if you're ta...Learn more

Asked by Ash

English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง
English Literature tutor needed please?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Have you tried Scoodle support? They're usually really good at helping you find someone. A few students messaged me after being recommended by Scood...Learn more

Asked by Alicia

Physics ๐Ÿš€
Explain how the conservation of energy applies to a skier at the top of a mountain?
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I found this amazing explanation physicsclassroom. I was going to write one up myself but I thought this was so good that I had to share it: Down...Learn more

Asked by Tajeena

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
What is 2,457,888,888....?
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It's a number :) But to spell it out: It's two billion, four hundred and fifty-seven million, eight hundred and eighty-eight thousand, eight h...Learn more

Asked by Rhianne

Spanish ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ
What are the endings for the preterite tense in Spanish? :)?
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There are two endings for regular preterite verbs, one for -ar verbs and one for both -er and -ir verbs. To properly conjugate a regular verb in the...Learn more

Asked by Emma

University ๐ŸŽ“
I am in secondary school now but what subjects do I need to keep in order to get a job in astronomy?
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Developing a strong background in Physics and Maths will be really helpful. Beyond academics, it's important to try and get as much experience as po...Learn more

Asked by Tee

Religious Studies ๐Ÿ“ฟ
When should I start revising for my RE gcse, I am in year 10?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

As with all subjects, the earlier you start, the better! Start by making notes and essay plans for common topics as soon as you can, that'll save ti...Learn more

Asked by Allan James

Geography ๐Ÿ—บ
How did Mumbai grow as a community?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi! You might find these resources helpful: Cool Geography: http://www.coolgeography.co.uk/A-level/AQA/Year%2013/World%20Cities/Mumbai/Mumbai.ht...Learn more

Asked by Ellie

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
Iโ€™m looking for a tutor to help me in my maths gcse, Iโ€™m located in dartford. Please let me know if you are available. - thank you!?
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Hi! Have you tried using the tutor search function and put in your location?

Asked by Mia

Religious Studies ๐Ÿ“ฟ
What are all the festivals that Sikhs celebrate?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

This list may help: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Sikh_festivals

Asked by Jack

Business ๐Ÿ‘”
What is a cash flow forecast?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

It's a document that is used to forecast how much money that'll move in and out of your business. Typically it lasts 12 months and it includes costs...Learn more

Asked by Faith

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
How do you do Pythagoras theory?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hypotenous: Longest Side. Opposite: Side opposite the angle of interest Adjacent: Adjacent to the angle. A and B are usually associated to the...Learn more

Asked by Ashan

English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง
How do you revise for english literature?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Be imaginative! You could literally read a line and make it connect to your point in some way or another. Consider this, "The sky was blue and he lo...Learn more

Asked by May

Art & Drama ๐ŸŽจ
What grade do you need to get in GCSE science to be a drama teacher?
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You should probably try to do your best in all subjects as your interests may change in the future! Although I can't imagine you needing to do well ...Learn more

Asked by Ruweydo

English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง
How do you analyse a quote?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi, are you referring to quotes or extracts from literature? This resource may be useful: https://slc.berkeley.edu/quote-analysis-easy-way

Asked by Tiah

Applying for University โœ๏ธ๐Ÿฝ
Can anyone tell me what topics you study when doing law?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hello! This would depend on the university you apply for, as every university has different compulsory and optional modules. It would be helpful if ...Learn more

Asked by Amelia

General ๐Ÿ›
Hello Scoodle, I have just joined your app and Iโ€™m loving it! I was wondering if this would improve my growth mindset?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi! Welcome to the Scoodle family! Scoodle is a place where you can connect with us, as tutors, to ask questions that you're grappling with, but als...Learn more

Asked by Rachel

Physics ๐Ÿš€
Whatโ€™s the difference between speed and velocity?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

speed = distance travelled over time, whereas velocity is speed in a given direction. In summary, speed does not tell you direction, but velocity do...Learn more

Asked by Kyra

Biology ๐ŸŒฑ
What is the function of a palisade cell??
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Palisade cells are found in the mesophyll of a leaf and their main function is the absorption of light so that photosynthesis can take place. The pa...Learn more

Asked by Gail

General ๐Ÿ›
Are you available for home tutoring?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi! You'll have to select the relevant subject, location and tutors using the tutor search features. Most tutors should be available for home tutori...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง
What is declarative question?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

A declarative question is a yes-no question that has the form of a declarative sentence but is spoken with rising intonation at the end. Declarat...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

Psychology ๐Ÿง 
What determines the strength and power of a muscle contraction?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Muscle strength and muscle contraction are two different subjects. Muscle quality alludes to the most extreme measure of power a muscle can deliv...Learn more

Asked by Richard

History ๐Ÿ•Œ
How did Germany and Japan treat occupied (conquered) people?
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The German military throughout 2d international war became closely followed with the aid of special formations of killing squads or Einsatzkommandos...Learn more

Asked by Liam

English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง
What is the highlighted part of the text saying?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

The highlighted part of the text would be to find the main key points from the paragraph.

Asked by James

Science ๐Ÿ”ฌ
How do plants and animals get their energy in different ways?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Plants get their energy in form of starch whereas animals get it in form of glycogen. Both include alpha (bonds utilized for vitality stockpiling...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

Science ๐Ÿ”ฌ
How can two species that look similar each other be more distantly related than to two species that look very different from each other?
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About sixty million years past, Australia became absolutely separated from the opposite continents by the movement of tectonic plates. As a result, ...Learn more

Asked by Richard

History ๐Ÿ•Œ
What is the relationship of Charlemagne to Charles Martel and Clovis?
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Clovis was the main ruler of the Franks. Clovis built up a kingdom in the territory of what had been Gaul after the breaking down of the Western R...Learn more

Asked by Sebastian

Computer Science ๐Ÿ–ฅ
Which programming language should I learn first as a beginner?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Most programmer starts with C, C++ and then move up to Java, phyton and others.. You might also want to look into Oracle and Microsoft Database prog...Learn more

Asked by Tim

History ๐Ÿ•Œ
What was the final outcome of WWI?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

The United Kingdom, USA, France, Italy, and Japan, in the end, won the war in 1918. Both the triumphant and losing sides of the war had a considerab...Learn more

Asked by Phoebe

Economics ๐Ÿ“ˆ
What are examples of imports and exports for the 4 components of the current account of the balance of payments?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

The equalization of the present record lets us know whether a nation has a deficiency or an overflow. In the event that there is a deficiency, doe...Learn more

Asked by Nancy-Belle

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
How to do error intervals?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

An error interval is the range of values that a number could have taken before being rounded or truncated. Error intervals are usually written as a ...Learn more

Asked by James

Science ๐Ÿ”ฌ
What is an anaerobic pathway in which pyruvic acid is converted into lactic acid?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

n the nearness of oxygen most life forms will experience cell breath to deliver ATP, yet a few life forms have built up an approach to make ATP with...Learn more

Asked by Videogamemaster

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
3446678xยฃ382627282?
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1 318.79304 trillion UKยฃ

Asked by Sagar

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
The sale of fruit is increase by 40% after giving 30% on it. Find out the effect on their S.P?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Profit = 20% = 360 $ So, Cost Price = 360 / 20 * 100 = 1800 $ And Sales Price = 1800 + 360 = 2160 $ Discount = 25% of marked price So Sales Pric...Learn more

Asked by Andrea

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
How do I find out the dimensions of models when the question gives me the real size in ratio and the scale of the model (also in ratio)?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

A ratio compares two quantities. Ratios can be written as fractions, with a colon or with the word โ€œto.โ€ 2/3, 2:3, and "2 to 3" are ratios. ...Learn more

Asked by Jojo

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
Examples of Limits (Rationalization)?
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We have seen a few strategies for discovering limits, including limits by substitution, restrains by figuring, and utilizing the epsilon-delta meani...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

Science ๐Ÿ”ฌ
If the weather becomes stormy for a short time and then becomes colder, which type of front has most likely passed?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Cold front. A cool front has a significantly higher incline than a warm front. I can recall a harsh dependable guideline being a proportion of 7...Learn more

Asked by Audrey

Science ๐Ÿ”ฌ
Is the sun directly in the center of earth's orbit?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

The orbit is AN conic section of little eccentricity e = zero.01671. Sun is at a spotlight of the conic section the gap of the Sun from the geometri...Learn more

Asked by Richard

English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง
What is an indefinite noun?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi Richard! An indefinite noun is a noun which refers to something common or non-specific. An example is 'Everyone has socks/'

Asked by Tim

Physics ๐Ÿš€
What are examples of environmental problems happening in different biomes?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

There are some natural issues that influence all biomes, for example, arrive utilize change. Tropical rain backwoods, desert biomes, savannah pr...Learn more

Asked by Max

Chemistry โš›๏ธ
Can you please describe the major steps involved in the mining process?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

It depends on the type of mining to some extent, but quite often it follows 5 general steps. 1) exploration and development 2) Environmental as...Learn more

Asked by Audrey

English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง
She did not return even at seven in the evening ( change into a complex sentence)??
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

She was not able to return even at seven in the evening.

Asked by Appdroidsmena

Computer Science ๐Ÿ–ฅ
What is the best way to concatenate a string of million characters in an array?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

The StringBuilder.Append() method is much better than using the + operator. But I've found that, when executing 1000 concatenations or less, String....Learn more

Asked by Selina

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
How many tennis balls can you fit in a bus?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

The 747-400 has a traveler volume of 876 cubic meters, in addition to a freight volume of 159 cubic meters, for a sum of 1035; the balls have a meas...Learn more

Asked by Max

History ๐Ÿ•Œ
Why would MacDuff have been a better king directly after King Duncan's death?
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Macduff has improved a ruler by and large than Macbeth, at that point an investigation of their characters in the play would uncover the appropriate...Learn more

Asked by James

Geography ๐Ÿ—บ
How do large bodies of water influence climate?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Large bodies of water such as oceans, seas, and large lakes affect the climate of an area. Water heats and cools more slowly than land. Therefore, i...Learn more

Asked by Richard

Biology ๐ŸŒฑ
Would you expect a nerve cell and a muscle cell to have the same size and shape?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

I shouldn't think so! They have totally different functions, and cells are designed to be specialised for their function. Nerves are designed to tra...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

Biology ๐ŸŒฑ
Is chromatin a DNA strand not yet in the form of chromosomes?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Chromatin is unpaired, they are uncoiled, long and thin sturctures inside the nucleus, it can be found throughout the whole cell cycle.When it under...Learn more

Asked by Tim

Biology ๐ŸŒฑ
What are the three ways in which bacteria obtain food?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

1. Photosynthesis - Photosynthetic bacteria use the energy of the sun to make their own food. 2. Decomposers break down wastes and dead organisms i...Learn more

Asked by Audrey

History ๐Ÿ•Œ
Was Cardinal Richelieu the evil trickster that history paints?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

This may be quite a useful summary: https://www.awesomestories.com/asset/view/Richelieu-Hero-or-Villain-

Asked by Saru

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
Plot the points (2,3),(6,3) and (4,7) in a graphsheet. Join them to make it a triangle. Find the area of triangle?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Area of a triangle: 1/2 x base (b) x height (h) Base = 6 - 2 = 4 Height = 7 - 3 = 4 1/2 x 4 x 4 = 8 Area = 8cm^2

Asked by Blessing

Politics ๐Ÿ›
Give three reasons why cannabis should be a Class C drug and two reasons why it shouldnโ€™t?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi Blessing! Three reasons why cannabis should be a Class C drug: 1. Cannabis is not very strong and not very addictive 2. Cannabis is not a...Learn more

Asked by Max

Science ๐Ÿ”ฌ
What would happen to air temperatures in the troposphere if carbon dioxide were removed from air?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi Max! This all depends on what the carbon dioxide is going to be replaced with. Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas and therefore 'traps' heat. ...Learn more

Asked by Tim

History ๐Ÿ•Œ
What was the Holocaust? When did Hitler begin carrying it out? How many victims did it claim?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi Tim, The Holocaust can be defined as a Nazi policy of genocide on the Jews during World War 2 (1939 - 1945). The estimate of the number of vic...Learn more

Asked by Liam

History ๐Ÿ•Œ
Why did no one invade Japan during its Middle Ages?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi Liam! Have a look at The Mongols, they did in fact attempt to invade Japan in the 1200s but they failed both times. However, the fact that Jap...Learn more

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English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง
Create Your Own "Dialogue" rhymes From Romeo And Juliet ? *AN EXAMPLE OF YOUR OWN RYHME*?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

I'd like to call this poem "Bob" There once was a man named Bob, he was bored so he decided to get a job, while trying to get a job, he saw a ...Learn more

Asked by Richard

Biology ๐ŸŒฑ
Why is inheritance of dystrophin gene not studied under Mendelian inheritance of characters? What is the cellular process for production of dystrophin and what actually is the problem in muscles of people who suffer from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy?
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There are three distinct questions within this query. So the answer is written in three parts. First thing first. Gene for muscle protein dystrop...Learn more

Asked by Richard

Biology ๐ŸŒฑ
What is the smallest taxonomic group that contains organisms of different species?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

A genus contains multiple species.

Asked by Liam

English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง
Is "We are all the same; We are all different" an antimetabole?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

An antimetabole is when a phrase in the first part of a sentence is turned around in the second part. This doesn't seem to be an antimetabole. It s...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

Biology ๐ŸŒฑ
What is the main difference between heart wood and sap wood?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Sapwood is the younger, outer most wood, in the growing tree. Heartwood is wood that as a result of a naturally occurring chemical transformation h...Learn more

Asked by Tim

English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง
Is the following sentence missing semicolons or commas? If so, where: The hill was covered with wildflowers it was a beautiful sight?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi Tim, This should be: The hill was covered with wildflowers; it was a beautiful sight. We are using a semi colon here because we are join...Learn more

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Science ๐Ÿ”ฌ
How is memory stored in brain?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi James, Memory can be grouped into either short-term memory or long-term memory. Long-term memories are not stored in a specific part of the...Learn more

Asked by Esha

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
Does anyone understand Stem and Leaf diagrams?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi! Stem and leaf diagrams are used to display grouped information from a set of data. They are best understood using examples. Check out this video...Learn more

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History ๐Ÿ•Œ
What is La Reconquista?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi, this article may give you the information you need! http://www.historynet.com/reconquista.htm

Asked by Sarah

History ๐Ÿ•Œ
Why was the government in Massachusetts Bay Colony the most radical in colonial America?
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The Massachusetts Bay Colony was formed in 1628 but mostly built up in the 1630s during the Great Migration of Puritans from England. The goal of th...Learn more

Asked by Jora

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
How do you do the nth term?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

This question is hard to answer without an example question - however, I'll do my best to help! The 'nth' term refers to a a formula with 'n' in ...Learn more

Asked by Micheal

Biology ๐ŸŒฑ
How is blood pressure is measured?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Blood pressure can be measured using a sphygmomanometer. It has an inflatable cuff which is placed around the arm and can be used to listen to the s...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

Chemistry โš›๏ธ
What is the first step of the Calvin-Benson cycle?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Carbon Fixation.

Asked by Jora

Philosophy โ“
What came first the chicken or the egg?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Who knows? Some things just aren't meant to be discovered.

Asked by Meera

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
How do you work out square roots?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Itโ€™s best to use the square root function on a calculator.

Asked by Meera

Science ๐Ÿ”ฌ
Whatโ€™s the best breakfast for champions!?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Victory against your opponents is fulfilling enough.

Asked by Jacob

English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง
I need a complete list of all American middle school and American high school math books?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

This website should have a list of textbooks youโ€™d find relevant :) https://www.maa.org/press/textbooks

Asked by Unicorn

Career Advice ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿš€
DO WHAT I WANT IN MINECRAFT or DO ELYTRA GLYDING?
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Paris Letti

Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Do whatever makes you happy! :)

Asked by Hana

Career Advice ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿš€
I feel that a lot of my peers are much more accomplished than me in life. We are all the same age and itโ€™s so demotivating. Any advice?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hi Hana, We can all feel this sometimes in our careers. But remember:โ€จ "A 4 year degree attained after 7 years is still a degree. A graduation at ...Learn more

Asked by Melina

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
A) 40 cm as a percentage of 2m b) 25% of the number is 15 what is the %100 c) 5% of the number is 9 what is the %100 (sorry for a lot of questions ๐Ÿ˜‚)?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

You should show your working out first. That way, I can help you learn and check your answers ๐Ÿ™‚ Try asking again with your attempt.

Asked by Khuram

Chemistry โš›๏ธ
What is the numbers of pie?
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Paris Letti

Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

pi = 3.14159265359

Asked by Shadae

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
What is answer to x + 4 = 11?
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Paris Letti

Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

x = 7 ๐Ÿ™‚ Just -4 from both sides

Asked by Shadae

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
3a + 4a + 2a?
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Paris Letti

Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

You need to add up all the numbers: 3+4+2 = 9 So the answer is 9a

Asked by Shadae

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
What is y + y + y + y?
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Paris Letti

Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

The answer 4y ๐Ÿ‘

Asked by Lwendo

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
Can someone help me with this? : The second hand on a clock has a length of 12cm. Calculate the length swept by the tip of the second hand in five minutes. Give your answer in terms of pi?
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Paris Letti

Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

We know that: 1. The radius is 12 2. 5 minutes is 1/12 of an hour the full length (if it was 60 minutes) is pi12^2 so, youโ€™re answe is pi12^2/12...Learn more

Asked by Cal

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
2 x 7 โž— 7 - 86?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

For a question like this, you have to be careful of the order. Especially since you do not have brackets. Without any brackets, your answer would ...Learn more

Asked by Joe

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
Is (-2x)^3 -2x^3 or -8x^3?
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Paris Letti

Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

It Is -8x^3 ๐Ÿ™‚

Asked by Leila

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
How do you work out the mean and range?
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Paris Letti

Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Mean - add together all of your values and divide by the number of items. Range - the difference between the highest and lowest values.

Asked by Maimaixox

French ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท
What is house in french?
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Paris Letti

Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

A house In french Is Maison ๐Ÿก

Asked by Lena

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
What are sequences?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

A sequence, in mathematics, is a string of objects, like numbers, that follow a particular pattern. The individual elements in a sequence are called...Learn more

Asked by Chris

Accounting ๐Ÿ“’
I need help for my accounting unit?
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Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Just ask the question you need help with ๐Ÿ‘

Asked by Ben

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
How do you find Prime Factorization?
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Paris Letti

Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

To find the prime factorization of a number, you need to break that number down to its prime factors. For example, factors of 8 could be 2 and 4 be...Learn more

Asked by Kanetra

Biology ๐ŸŒฑ
Which of the following is not a chromosomal alteration due to breakage ?
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Paris Letti

Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

Hey Kanetra Make sure to share the rest of the question so we can help out ๐Ÿ™‚

Asked by Blessing

Maths ๐Ÿ’ฏ
There are four oranges in each box I have 3 boxes how many oranges do I have altogether?
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Paris Letti

Neuroscience PhD student at University College London

The answer is 4 x 3 which is 12