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This is unmistakably one of, if not, the best comedy shows from the past decade.


Where do I begin?




Here is a model of a calcium molecule. Do you recognise the triple helix? If you do, write it down.


Here is a model of an iron molecule. And here is a model of a model of an iron molecule, modelled in iron.


Thanks, ants. Thants.


Stop eating that jam you little s***!



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These problems are usually solved creating a set of relations (like simultaneous equations) and then combining the equations together to get the answer you're looking for.


There's a problem with this question, though. It says Jean is both taller and shorter than Imhotep. Is that the question, or was there a typo in writing it? (Assuming there's only one Jean)


It seems like distance is being considered here and they are laid out on a plane, but even then, we'd need a frame reference for "to whom is I < J < B?" and "to whom is I > J?". And how can Millsy's height NOT be constant unless she is moving? Who is she moving in relation to? To everyone? Probably to the observer.


Now, Jean standing one nautical mile away from LS... The size they see depends on the viewing frustrum of the observer. Since you don't know this, you're going to need to eliminate that variable from the equations, once the question is fixed.


This question rots of stinking meat, by the way. Good luck. I'd just turn in the explanation of what you'd try to do if Jean weren't in fact both shorter and taller than Imhotep, which is impossible unless we're considering different frames of references in each sentence, which makes this question sort of like chasing a ghost.


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