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GCSE CORE SCIENCE B1 C1 P1 Exams 2016 {OFFICIAL THREAD} EDEXCEL ONLY Watch

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    Maybe the whole process of the life cycle of a star?
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    (Original post by viperimz)
    Maybe the whole process of the life cycle of a star?
    yeah maybe and maybe the factors to consider when buying an enerygy resource or
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    Can someone explain the uses of ionising raditation please? Is that like alpha can be used for paper thickness and smoke detectors and gamma can be used treat cancers? What's beta used for?
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    (Original post by navjotkaurjohal)
    Can someone explain the uses of ionising raditation please? Is that like alpha can be used for paper thickness and smoke detectors and gamma can be used treat cancers? What's beta used for?
    no thats p2 not p1
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    (Original post by BrainandPain)
    no thats p2 not p1
    its actually p1!!
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    (Original post by blizza15)
    its actually p1!!
    Nope its not in p1 just checked
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    (Original post by blizza15)
    its actually p1!!
    ive revised the whole syllabus in and out and i know exactly that this topic is not in p1 and is in p2. Plus i did a presentation on it so i remeber so well
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    only ionising radiation like gamma rays e.t.c is in p1 not smoke alarms and paper thickness
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    Any ideas for 6 markers
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    How did everybody find that?
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    That was awful!
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    (Original post by Tiger-lily15)
    That was awful!
    I agree
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    (Original post by Tiger-lily15)
    That was awful!
    Yep, that's what I thought
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    Did not like the first six marker at all! Really confusing as you would think shallow water would be less dense but no. Also they snuck in a cheeky blue shift question in there.
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    (Original post by black1blade)
    Did not like the first six marker at all! Really confusing as you would think shallow water would be less dense but no. Also they snuck in a cheeky blue shift question in there.
    They are so sneaky
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    (Original post by Tiger-lily15)
    That was awful!
    worst exam I have ever done!!!!!!!!!!
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    What did everyone put for the question about the ions 'just not moving quickly outwards'?
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    (Original post by black1blade)
    Did not like the first six marker at all! Really confusing as you would think shallow water would be less dense but no. Also they snuck in a cheeky blue shift question in there.
    where was the blue shift at. i didn't write that i wanna cry
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    (Original post by arniebob)
    What did everyone put for the question about the ions 'just not moving quickly outwards'?
    I put ions vibrate to and fro to the direction of the wave
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    Two mark question about observing light for a star. Wavelength was lower than light from our sun, therefore question about blue shift and star moving towards our solar system (albeit very very slowly :P)
 
 
 
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