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What is the difference between a Magistrates Court and a Crown Court?

It is helpful to know here that both of these courts are for criminal purposes. A Magistrates court will typically be used for smaller crimes such as not paying your speeding fine or being caught with drugs, they are also used for the first stages of bigger crimes like murder. Within a Magistrates court, there are usually 3 Magistrates in the "Judges" area, who will usually sentence you whether that be a custodial sentence or a complete discharge. However, where they feel the crime is out of their power, they will hold the relevant pre-trial hearings and send you to Crown Court. A Crown Court has a Judge and in here Solicitors can not represent their client, only barristers. It is here that a Judge will decide your sentencing (if pleading guilty) or you will be subject to a trial with a jury, and these things could not happen at a Magistrates court.
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y= x^4 + 3x^2 + 4x

dy/dx = 4x^3 + 6x + 4
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What are the different types of prepositions and how do I know which one to use and how?

There are 3 types of prepositions, akkusativ, dativ and genetiv. Akkusativ is when something is the object in the sentence and is certain prepositions like fuer and durch that always take akkusativ. This means that the following article (der/ein) is the akkusativ form (den/die/das/die or einen/eine/ein/eine). Dativ prepositions are things like nach bis and mit which cause the article to take the dative form (dem/der/dem/den or einem/einer/einem/einen). Some prepositions however can be both akkusativ or dativ depending on the context. These are transitive prepositions e.g. in and an. Transitive prepositions take dativ when there is no movement and akkusativ when there is movement. For example I go in the building 'Ich gehe in das Gebaeude'(there is movement into the building) vs I am in the building 'Ich bin in dem Gebaeude' (no movement).
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What is the difference between benzene and cyclohexene?

Benzene, aromatic and unsaturated compound which alternating double bonds. Benzene only reacts with bromine when a catalyst is present. Cyclohexene will react with bromine readily, a saturated molecule with fixed double bonds.
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Discuss the products of glycolysis?

NET 2 ATP and 2 molecules of 3 carbon Pyruvate
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Express x^2 + 5x + 10 in the form (x+p)^2 +q

x^2+5x+10 -> (x+p)^2+q (x+5/2)^2 - (5/2)^2 + 10 (x+5/2)^2 - (25/4) +40/4 (x+5/2)^2 +15/4
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There are 30 balls in the bag, 10 of which are blue. Adam takes 2 balls out of the bag without a replacement and calculated that there is a probability of 0.2 of both balls being blue. What percentage error did he make compared to the true probability?

True probability of 2 consecutive balls picked being blue: (10/30)*(9/29)=3/29 which is 0.1034 (4 d.p.) 3/29-100% 0.2-x% so, x=0.2*100/(3/29)= 193.3 (1 d.p.) therefore Adam's result is 93.3 % (1 d.p.) over the true result
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Solve 7x=4(x-8)

The first thing you need to do to make this easier is to multiply out the brackets so that you can then move all the 'x' terms to one side and all the numbers to the other side. It would become: 7x=4x-32 You can then move the 'x' terms to the left hand side, making it: 3x=-32 then divide both sides by 3 to get the value of x: x=-32/3
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