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    How to weld and cut in cricut?

    I want to make a book mark. There is the black cardstock, and a smaller white cardstock that I will glue on top to make a boarder. I want to cut a circle through both papers so I can put a string through it. How do I get the circle to cut through both layers evenly? Right now it is just a circle and two rectangles grouped.

    1 AnswerHobbies & Crafts5 months ago
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    How to paint over pencil with acrylics? See through!?

    How can I paint over the pencil with acrylics without having to do like 10 coats lol? With light colors it is super transparent.

    1 AnswerPainting5 months ago
  • Male and Female Ball Pythons cohabbed since birth?

    Hi, I was given two ball pythons today, a male and female. Apparently they have been cohabbed since birth, and have never bred. Normally I would keep bps separate regardless of gender for safety, but being that these two have been together for 6 years, should I keep them together? Will it stress them out to separate them?

    1 AnswerReptiles5 months ago
  • Can you gain weight by working around food?

    I know this sounds super eating disorder, which I had before so I admit it. BUT I want to work at a donut place for the summer, but Im worried that smelling the donuts all day will make me gain weight. Ugh, will it?

    6 AnswersDiet & Fitness7 months ago
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    How to calculate rows in excel?

    I need each number in row 5 to be divided by 4500 and go to row 6. So, for example, B6 should equal 0.115/4500. Do I have to do this for each box, or can I make one equation for the whole row?

    2 AnswersSoftware7 months ago
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    Does ringworm stay in your system? Or is this an allergy?

    About 3 or 4 years ago I got ringworm on the outside of my elbow when I scratched it falling off a horse in the dirt. Since then I keep getting a circular rash on the inside of both of my elbows (not the outside), and they can sometimes itch. I get the rashes like 4 or 5 times a year, even in the middle of the winter when Im not outside. I have been to a barn or have ridden horse for 3 years either. None of my family has gotten ringworm either, so I find it really hard to believe that I have gotten ringworm that often unless it stays in your body and spreads. We have never changed detergent either. Could it be an allergy? I went through a period where I got terrible stomach cramps every night, and have been getting brain fog a lot, as well as some other weird symptoms. I am starting an elimination diet tomorrow to check for intolerances, I was just curious if this could be an allergy or ringworm that has spread and never went away. I added a picture that I found that looks very similar to it.

    1 AnswerAllergies8 months ago
  • Can my mom submit my high school transcripts to colleges?

    I am home schooled, but really I have been taking community college courses. I was in a high school for two years though, and have an official transcript from them as well. Can my mom, as my "counselor" submit my HS transcript along with my home school one to colleges, or does the actual school have to do that?

    4 AnswersHigher Education (University +)9 months ago
  • How are letters of recommendation sent to colleges?

    My teacher is writing me a letter of recommendation. She asked where and when she should send them, and I have no idea! Should she send it to me and I send it to the colleges, or does she send them directly? Thanks

    3 AnswersHigher Education (University +)10 months ago
  • Do I apply as a HS or college student on fafsa?

    I am a 12th grader who is currently about to finish my associates this summer through a dual enrollment program. So basically I have a ton of college credits from college courses, but dont have my high school diploma yet. I am filling out my fafsa to a 4 year university. Do I apply as a first year student, or a first year student who has attended college?

    7 AnswersFinancial Aid10 months ago
  • Is it healthier to be vegetarian?

    I have not eaten meat since I was 10, and Im 17 now! Over the last few months though, I have developed some bad reactions to soy, and now everything is thrown off. I am worried about my protein and nutrient intake without soy. I am actually considering maybe eating fish and some bird meats... but Im still on the fence. Does anyone have opinions on either side, especially now that soy is out of the picture? Some say vegetarian is cleansing while others say I am lacking important food and that meat is natural and important. Any opinions would be great! Thanks!

    10 AnswersDiet & Fitness10 months ago
  • Does soy protein isolate cause memory loss/ brain fog?

    I feel like my brain has been foggy lately and not as sharp. I have heard that soy can cause memory loss. I have this vegetable lasagna made with veggie crumbles (Im vegetarian), but they have soy protein isolate in them. I dont want to do more harm than good, with eating soy protein isolate cause cognitive and memory issues?

    7 AnswersVegetarian & Vegan10 months ago
  • Can a diamond back terrapin live with a red eared slider?

    I was thinking of converting my terrapin to fresh water and housing him with my slider. They are about the same size, but obviously different species, would they be okay together?

    3 AnswersReptiles10 months ago
  • Ate a donut during a cold, bad idea?

    Ive been sick all day with a cold and was craving a vanilla donut. I ate one, and now Im all freaked out by the sugar inhibiting my immune system and I dont feel any better. Will I be even worse off now that I ate it? My heart is beating a little faster now, probably just anxiety, but I would love some advice?

    22 AnswersOther - Food & Drink11 months ago
  • Help with chem homework? Calorimetry?

    Here is my problem:

    50.0 mL of 0.1 M HCl are combined with 50.0 mL of 0.1 M NaOH. The initial temperature

    of both solutions is 25.4oC. The temperature of the final mixture is 26.9oC. Calculate the

    heat of neutralization (DHreaction) in kJ/mole of water formed. Assume that volumes are

    additive, the density of the solutions is the same as that of water (1 g/mL) and the specific

    heat of the solutions is also the same as water, 4.184 J/g K. (Answer: 125.4 kJ/mol of H2O)

    So far I calculated the heat of the solution, any help would be great, thanks!

    1 AnswerChemistry11 months ago
  • Mouse died a few hours ago, can I feed it to pet snake?

    Is it okay to feed the dead mouse, I know it was alive 5 hours ago. Is it too late to feed it to my snake? 

    3 AnswersReptiles12 months ago
  • Stuck with 4 fuzzy mice...Should I keep them alive?

    I got stuck with 4 fuzzy mice today, they are way too small for my 255 gram snake. I dont know what to do with them, should I buy formula and nurse them? I would feel really bad about feeding them to the snake, it seems inhumane compared to gassed than frozen. But Im afraid they wont survive either way, any advice?

    1 AnswerReptiles12 months ago
  • Lost snake in garage?

    My snake got out in my garage, there are no cars, but there is a lot of stuff. I checked behind the fridges, and put out his tank and a frozen mouse overnight. I was thinking if buying a live mouse and seeing if that works, maybe the smell will be stronger? Any other suggestions? Ive looked for hours and I hope he did not get outside...

    2 AnswersReptiles12 months ago
  • Does running burn arm muscle?

    I am a girl if that helps. Ive build a lot of upper body muscle with calisthenics, but lack in cardio and am considering getting into running again. Nothing crazy, maybe like 2 miles 3 days a week. Will it burn a significant amount of muscle, or help me lose fat? Thanks!

    2 AnswersDiet & Fitness12 months ago
  • tsh levels lowered?

    My tsh was at 1.18 in 2016, now at 0.4004, what does that mean?

    1 AnswerNotices and Errors1 year ago
  • Hyperthyroidism?

    I've been having odd symptoms that seem to line up with hyperthyroidism. I got a blood panel done, it came back normal, but with a TSH level of 0.4004. The doctor put me on methimazole and said I have hyperthyroidism, but I though levels between 0.4 and 4.5 were normal, so is the medication and diagnosis really necessary? What levels are normal for hyperthyroidism? Thanks!

    1 AnswerOther - Diseases1 year ago