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  1. #1 Lipid test on butter and margarines 
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    What is the results of a lipid test on butter and margarines?


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    Best to do your homework, or your take-home tests, on your own. Otherwise your grade would reflect what I know, which doesn't seem right somehow.


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    We're not here to do your homework for you, SpearGuy. Do some research of your own online. If you're still confused, then come back, tell us what you've learned, and what points you need clarification on. We won't do all the work for you.
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    Ummm.. I never learned them b4, our teacher was like do it, i was like wat?? so plz help me?
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    the google search results for lipid test:
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    Just scanning the results page of this search showed me that a lipid test is usually done on the blood, to detect different kinds of cholesterol and their levels within a person. So what do you think would happen if you did a lipid test on butter?

    The answers to most of your questions can be found with relative ease if you put a little effort in to some web searching. Like I said before, do some of your own research, and if you're still confused, ask us for clarification.
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    To understand what's being asked, you need to understand what a lipid actually is. Have a look at the wikipedia page.
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