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Prohibit smoking

Topic: Society
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I do not understand why people smoke it's so stupid in every way. It's expensive, the production of cigarettes is not good for the environment. Smoking is bad for both their own health and for the smoker's environment. Large areas of forest and rainforest disappearing in South America just to be able to provide space for growing tobacco. Those who work there may inhale any dangerous substances and they do not live very long. View schoolwork »

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Expensive public works

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Tickets for buses and subway are just too expensive, especially in Stockholm. A single trip costs nearly 20 kr! I read an article about traveling by bus in Stockholm is the most expensive, if you pay with money (may well be that you have forgotten the SL card at home).

I understand that tickets are expensive to SL must get money, to pay salaries, catering stations, trains, etc. Show schoolwork »

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France

Topic: Geography
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Population

France has a population of 60.9 million people.

Capital and population

Capital of France is Paris with 2,111,000 inhabitants. View schoolwork »

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Egypt

Topic: Geography
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Population

Egypt has a population of 76.9 million people.

Capital and population

Egypt's capital is Cairo with 7.9 million inhabitants. View schoolwork »

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Bloodstream

Topic: Biology
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Hemoglobinget is a ferrous protein found in the red blood cells. The hemoglobin causes red blood cells to transport oxygen and gives blood its red color bodies.

The heart is a double pump. While one half pump blood throughout the body, take the other half back blood from the veins. View schoolwork »

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Sugar Arches

Topic: Physics
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How I did my vault?

First, I made two columns with four sugar cubes were. Then I cut the sugar cubes on one side, so that they became wedged. At first one would make about 10 pieces, and maybe by chance some of them would be similar. For one would do couple. But you had to adjust a little. Many, including me, tried to make sugar couples directly, but it was not so good. They cut more and more, and sugar pieces were very small. This meant that the vault was small. Sockerbit number five would be thickest, number four narrower etc.

Until you got to the middle of the stone would grind on both sides. I glued them together and let them dry, but people broke vaults. My broke down twice. Then I glued the sugar cubes on the bottom stones, one front and one rear. So it would stand steady. I have printed board into pieces more, for the arch the back stack rocks up a few millimeters. We took turns wiping tables. It was fun, but a little tough. I think I should be a little more efficient and show more respect to the work, next time. The bad thing was that my hands became quite messy, but outside it was all good. I finished in about three to four lessons.

How Vault works?

An archway has a bulbous surface of such a monastery. The arch is built of wedge-shaped blocks. The stones are pressed against each other and get a bearing strength. How not to roof collapses. The first stone at the beginning of the arch is called drop cap stone (on both sides). The distance between the drop cap rocks is called span. Vault highest point called the crown. The length between the skull and the span called pilhöjd. It supporting the vault called pay. Between the vault and vederlagen are imposten. The actual place where the vault is on (imposten, solid surface from the vault) is called drop caps. The stone in the middle is called the keystone. Vault outer part is called the arch back.

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Isaac Newton

Subject: Biographies
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Isaac Newton was born on the estate Woolsthope near Grantham in England on January 4th 1643, when he was born he was very small. His childhood was not particularly good. Isaac grew up on a small farm. Isaac's father was also named Isaac, he died three months after Isaac was born. Isaac's mother, Hannah Newton remarried a wealthy clergyman, Barnabas Smith when Isaac was three years old. Next year, Isaac's mother moved to another village with a priest. View schoolwork »

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Ceasar

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Who was Caesar?

Julius Caesar was born on July 13 100 f.Kr and died March 15, 44 f.Kr, he was 56 years old. Caesar descended from a patrician family, which is not meant so much to the Roman policy until 300 BC But his mother, Aurelia, and his grandmother, Marcia, both belonged to the plebeian nobiliteten who was very active in politics. View schoolwork »

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Iron

Topic: Inventions
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Iron is used to make fabrics softer and smoother. The iron was invented because people wanted and needed for treating linen fabrics.

The trick to smooth the fabric with something hot has been around since the 300's CE.. Then used a stone that was rubbed against leather until it was warm. Then pulled the stone on the cloth until it was smooth. View schoolwork »

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The three religions

Subject: Religion
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Christianity

Christianity is the religion most people in Sweden who have been here for 1000 years. Christians believe that Jesus was the Son of God. They also believe that God is in the world in three different ways: as the Father (Creator of the world), the Son (Jesus,) and the Spirit (an unseen power). The Father, the Son and the Spirit are not three gods but different aspects of God. View schoolwork »

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