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Hi I was wondering when writing the essay for biology, as it requires more formal writing than other questions on the papers, can you still use formulas instead of writing the full word e.g. using 'RuBP' instead of 'ribulose bisphosphate'?

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I'm sure you'll be able to use the formulas, you'd just write DNA they aren't going to expect you to write out deoxyribose nucleic acid are they
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I'm sure you'll be able to use the formulas, you'd just write DNA they aren't going to expect you to write out deoxyribose nucleic acid are they
Alright thanks, didn't need the sarcasm though 😅
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Alright thanks, didn't need the sarcasm though 😅
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