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I need to make a human out of home made materials for bio any ideas for the torso legs and hands?

I need to make a human out of home made materials for bio any ideas for the torso legs and hands? Topic: Case study material sciences
July 20, 2019 / By Baz
Question: pllz answer im failing and this will bring my mark up instead of hands i mean arms sry it has to be life size or like 4 ft
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Zinnia Zinnia | 3 days ago
Slabs of styrofoam , find some concrete in a remote area and grind it down until it's the shape you want. I have never understood why they make you make things for a bio class, you are wasting time making rather than studying. Some people just aren't creative, if that's the case why should you get a failing grade in a science class? Sorry for the rant, it's something that's always bothered me.
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Zinnia Originally Answered: Swollen feet, ankles, legs, hands, and fingers.?
I assume you're worried about the risk of preeclampsia? If this is the case look out for swelling that will NOT go away, frequent weight gain and headaches, high blood pressure, dizziness, and sometimes nausea. I was thought to have had preeclampsia starting at around 34 weeks. My blood pressure was always high at my doctor appointments and my feet were always swollen, even after I had them propped up for long periods of time. If you are swelling make sure you're drinking plenty of water and take any concerns to your doctor.
Zinnia Originally Answered: Swollen feet, ankles, legs, hands, and fingers.?
If you having swelling that doesnt go down with alittle rest I would call the doc. He can do a simple protien test with your urine to make sure everything is ok. Is your face swelling?
Zinnia Originally Answered: Swollen feet, ankles, legs, hands, and fingers.?
This could quite possibly be oedema, a collection of fluid, I would suggest you see your doctor ASAP for tests and to get to the bottom of this. There are a number of reasons for fluid retention and your doctor will be able to put your mind at rest.

Sherill Sherill
Depending on how big this is suppose to be, how about a hard boiled egg for the body and cut up carrots or celery for arms and legs.
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