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Another Rookie Question by orangejubilee
I think I understand the general concept, but:
- There is no app correct? Only through the site?
- Does spelling count?
- Does a human review answers? For this example question:
SCIENCE - What is the common current name of the disease which has been identified for centuries, having been called "too great emptying of the urine" during the early days of the pharoahs, "honey urine" during the equivalent era in India, and diarrhea urinosa in ancient Rome? The English translation of the disease's name in Japanese, Korean, and Chinese is "sugar urine disease".
The printed answer says "DIABETES MELLITUS" would 'DIABETES' count as correct?