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  1. #1 help/ideas:dna model 
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    Does anybody have any ideas on what materials could be used to make a three dimensional double helix DNA model?..be as creative as possible, if you don't mind....nothing too complicated though..seeing that it's only for 10th grade.thanks


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    We. Do. Not. Do. Homework. You. Fat. Bastard.


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    Sugar and goat cheese. That'd be cool.
    Maybe a pixie stick or two... wait. That'd be sugar...
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    Quote Originally Posted by more adventurous
    Does anybody have any ideas on what materials could be used to make a three dimensional double helix DNA model?..be as creative as possible, if you don't mind....nothing too complicated though..seeing that it's only for 10th grade.thanks
    I don't think helping a guy with a choice of materials is doing his homework for him, not like answering a maths question, afterall it will be he who builds it.

    I'd suggest buying some of those coloured beads that kids use as necklaces, and a heap of cocktail sticks or cottonbuds or something, maybe even spent matches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megabrain
    Quote Originally Posted by more adventurous
    Does anybody have any ideas on what materials could be used to make a three dimensional double helix DNA model?..be as creative as possible, if you don't mind....nothing too complicated though..seeing that it's only for 10th grade.thanks
    I don't think helping a guy with a choice of materials is doing his homework for him, not like answering a maths question, afterall it will be he who builds it.

    I'd suggest buying some of those coloured beads that kids use as necklaces, and a heap of cocktail sticks or cottonbuds or something, maybe even spent matches.

    thanks a lot!
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    i remember this! i used pipe cleaners...and a piece of wood for a base. thats all i can remember. And looking back on it id probly x the base if i did it again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremyhfht
    We. Do. Not. Do. Homework. You. Fat. Bastard.
    Asking for suggestions for suitable materials for a project like this is appropriate use of the forum. It is not requesting that the homework be done for them.
    We have no objections to people seeking assistance with their homework. We do not condone people asking that their homework be done for them.

    Also, if somone does ask for inappropriate help, please refrain from calling them a fat bastard.
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