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it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to do something

(also you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to do something) humorous it is ​easy to do or ​understand something: It doesn't take a rocket ​scientist to ​figure out that if you ​treat her well, she'll be ​happier.
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