Biology ISA Table and Graph help

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1. Re: Biology ISA Table and Graph help
(Original post by Tullia)
That would be fine. That's actually how I do my tables, expect that it isn't necessary to put the row in where you've put "trial number". You're allowed to just put 1, 2 and 3. It's assumed that they're the repeats.
Ah I see, again thank you
2. Re: Biology ISA Table and Graph help
(Original post by Doctor.)
Ah I see, again thank you
I've added an attachment to my previous post just to make sure you know what I mean.
3. Re: Biology ISA Table and Graph help
hi, can anyone possibly tell me any tips for this ISA as i have it in a couple of day?

any help will be much appreciated!
4. Re: Biology ISA Table and Graph help
(Original post by sortedguy)
hi, can anyone possibly tell me any tips for this ISA as i have it in a couple of day?

any help will be much appreciated!
have you done the table and graph yet? The stuff mentioned on here Is pretty awesome for that!

The exam, not done It yet so can't be of help
5. Re: Biology ISA Table and Graph help
nope, i havent at all. could you help me with the table and graph as i am soo bad at doing isa, i got a u in my last one :/ what type of graph should you draw? when are you doing the written exam?
6. (Original post by sortedguy)
nope, i havent at all. could you help me with the table and graph as i am soo bad at doing isa, i got a u in my last one :/ what type of graph should you draw? when are you doing the written exam?
The stuff above is pretty good, read the stuff Tullia said she knows what she's talking about!
7. Re: Biology ISA Table and Graph help
(Original post by Doctor.)
The stuff above is pretty good, read the stuff Tullia said she knows what she's talking about!
thanks for the help on the graph and table. have you done the biology isa?

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