By David Bojangles
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Probably to prevent students from having too much fun - and subsequently boring everyone by saying "school years are the best years of your lives".

Tabitha Farrant
By Emily Sampson

Calcium oxide, CaO, is a base compound which can react with acids such as nitric acid, HNO3.

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Alf Percival

No I will have you know its 13

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Mary Collins
By darcey miller

this question is about reactions of calcium compounds.

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