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 Are black holes like vacuum cleaners?

Answer In a way. They both suck things up but if things get sucked into a black hole they can never get out again. Not even light can escape a black hole.
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What is the weighted means price of a retailer selling 50 vacuum cleaners at 90 and 35 vacuum cleaners at 140?

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Are Dyson vacuum cleaners any better than regular vacuum cleaners?

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Why are tornadoes like vacuum cleaners?

because the air in side them is moving so fast that it makes the tornado have less pressure than the things around it making every thing get sucked in to it just like a vacuum
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