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Subject: Basic Math

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There were 45 apples in each crate. 15 such crates of apples were delivered to a factory. 5 were rotten and had to be thrown away. The remaining apples were packed into boxes of 10 apples each. How many boxes of apples were there?

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Step 1: Find the total number of apples delivered. Finding the number of crates times the number of apples would give us the total number of applies delivered. 45 apples x 15 crates = 675 total apples Step 2: Find the number of remaining apples. All apples: 675 Rotten apples: 5 675 apples - 5 rotten apples = 670 remaining apples Step 3: Find the number of boxes of apples. 670 remaining apples / 10 boxes of apples each = 67 boxes of apples. Answer: 67 boxes of apples

Subject: Law

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What is a battery in torts?

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A battery is a harmful or offensive contact with the person of another. Harmful contact is when the plaintiff is harmed by the contact. Offensive contact is contact that a reasonable person would find offensive, such as blowing smoke in someone's face. "Person of another" includes the physical person and also anything that is connected to them, such as a coat or book in their hand.

Subject: English

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What is a comma splice, and how do I identify that in my writing?

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A comma splice means that you have placed a comma between two independent clauses. To find this common punctuation error, look for the subjects and verbs in the phrase before the comma and in the phrase after the comma. If you find two separate subject/verb combinations, then you know you committed a comma splice. An easy fix is to replace the comma with a period.

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