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Teacher: Okay students all of you should get ready for the big test on cellular respiration and remember if u want to pass this class you need to pass this test. Me: What! I totally forgot about the test! I don't anything about the test, but I do know someone that does.
Me: When school was over I quickly ran to my friends house bc he makes different kind of inventions that helps him learn. When I arrived at his house I told him about my situation and said he had just finished making smart lenses that stimulates the brain and transferring the data to your brain. I sat down in a chair and put them on and it felt like roller coaster bc of the information was coming to me so fast. When I have finished learning I said thanks and left and feeling confident.
When the test had finally came I wrote a essay about the carbon in atmospheric carbon dioxide into carbon-containing organic compounds, such as sugars, fats, and proteins. Plants take in carbon dioxide through microscopic openings in their leaves, called stomata. They combine atmospheric carbon with water and manufacture organic compounds, using energy trapped from sunlight in a process called photosynthesis. The by-product of photosynthesis is oxygen, which plants release into the atmosphere through the stomata
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