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I qualified first as a veterinary surgeon in 1986, and later did an open degree with the Open University. I am a qualified science teacher and have worked both in the State and private sectors in UK for the past 7 years. Most recently I have been doing long and short term supply teaching. In addition I have been doing one-to-one tutoring both in person and online for the last 3 years. I have also marked exam papers for AQA, OCR and Pearson at GCSE and A level. I teach all sciences to GCSE and Biology and Physics to A level. I love teaching and tutoring, getting the best reward from seeing students gain clear understanding and then going on to do well in their exams and beyond.
When we go to a doctor, and we get our blood pressure checked, doctor usually place the device (sphygmomanometer) on our left hand. Do you know why?
Carol eats a regular hamburger and drinks a glass of cow's milk for breakfast. Suppose that energy content of the hamburger and the milk are 2115 kJ and 565kJ respectively. What % of energy from the food does Carol use to push a sack of rice along a horizontal distance of 4.75 m? Her hands exerted a force of 50N applied 20° down with the horizontal.
For my science homework I've got to wright in my own words why alchemy and the phlogiston theory are wrong, but I'm not sure as to why they are. Can someone help me??