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1. Ask me random questions bored
2. Describe the trend in ionaisation energies across the period?
3. (Original post by SuperHuman98)
Describe the trend in ionaisation energies across the period?
What's ionaisation?
4. A machine that cost £35,000 is operated 8 hours a day in a 5-day week but one hour each day is used for test purposes. For use of the machine there are three scales of charges, the first at the rate of £5 an hour for private use, the second at £15 an hour for research work and the third at £40 an hour for commercial work. It is estimated that the number of hours charged at the first, second and third rates are in ratios 41. What percentage of total receipts do receipts from commercial work represent?

good luck!
5. (Original post by Laurashzzxcc)
What's ionaisation?
Science pls

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6. If my name is John, and your name is Bill.

What colour is Katherine's room?
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7. (Original post by SuperHuman98)
Describe the trend in ionaisation energies across the period?
Ionisation energies across the period generally increase with the exception of 2 elements in each period. This is because as you go across the period number of protons giving a stronger nuclear charge as well as their being similar shielding. This makes it harder to remove the electron meaning more energies is required. This is for first ionisation energies btw. The exceptions to the rule in period 3 are Aluminum and sulfur. This is because Aluminum jumps from the 3s orbital to 3p orbital which is of higher energy so less energy is needed to remove the electron. Sulfur deviates from the trend because it has paired electrons in one of the 3p orbitals which repulse against each other making it easier to remove
8. Stretch your left arm out as far as you can, What can you touch?
9. 2(i) What does it mean for an ideal of a ring R to be prime? Let P1, P2 and P3 be prime ideals of R with Pi 6 Pj only if i = j. Show that theirunion U is not an ideal.Give an example to show that if the ideals Pi are not necessarily prime then theirunion may be an ideal.(ii) What does it mean for a subset S of R to be multiplicatively closed?Let S be a multiplicatively closed subset of R. Show that the set of prime ideals ofthe localisation S−1R corresponds bijectively to the set of prime ideals of R disjoint to S.(iii) A multiplicatively closed subset S is said to be saturated if xy ∈ S only if bothx ∈ S and y ∈ S. Show that a multiplicatively closed subset of R is saturated if and onlyif its complement in R is a union of prime ideals.Give an example of a ring R and a saturated multiplicatively closed subset S of Rwhose complement in R is not a union of finitely many prime ideals.
10. (Original post by Laurashzzxcc)
What's ionaisation?
(Original post by there'snoneed)
A machine that cost £35,000 is operated 8 hours a day in a 5-day week but one hour each day is used for test purposes. For use of the machine there are three scales of charges, the first at the rate of £5 an hour for private use, the second at £15 an hour for research work and the third at £40 an hour for commercial work. It is estimated that the number of hours charged at the first, second and third rates are in ratios 41. What percentage of total receipts do receipts from commercial work represent?

good luck!
Ionisation is the amount of energy required to remove a mole of electrons from a gaseous atom.

41 = 7 hours operates 7 hours a day with testing

4x5 = 20
2x15 =30 =90 a day
1x 40= 40

40/90 = 44.4% (3s.f)

Edit: I am taking over this thread muhahahahahahah
11. (Original post by Laurashzzxcc)
What do you think of the Principle of Utility?
12. If you were a toy, what toy would you be?
13. (Original post by Tasnia'x)
Stretch your left arm out as far as you can, What can you touch?
My glasses

(Original post by Boss_Rhythm)
If my name is John, and your name is Bill.

What colour is Katherine's room?
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The way all GCSE questions will be shaped in a couple years....
My name isn't Bill though...
14. Is Steve a good name for a rubber duck?
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Hes 2.78cm high, 4cm across and wears shades
15. (Original post by Big white)
What do you think of the Principle of Utility?
(Original post by Namita Gurung)
If you were a toy, what toy would you be?
Never heard of it...

I am a toy a human toy
16. (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
Is Steve a good name for a rubber duck?
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Na I think a asain name would be better suited
17. (Original post by EnterNamehereplz)
Ionisation is the amount of energy required to remove a mole of electrons from a gaseous atom.

41 = 7 hours operates 7 hours a day with testing

4x5 = 20
2x15 =30 =90 a day
1x 40= 40

40/90 = 44.4% (3s.f)

Edit: I am taking over this thread muhahahahahahah
I applaud you. the answer's 44.5 but who the hell cares.
18. (Original post by EnterNamehereplz)
Na I think a asain name would be better suited

Steve is a good name m8
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he will be called steve bow down to his awesomeness
19. (Original post by EnterNamehereplz)
Never heard of it...

I am a toy a human toy
What did you do to OP?
20. (Original post by there'snoneed)
I applaud you. the answer's 44.5 but who the hell cares.
No it isn't... You didn't round correctly or where did I go wrong

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