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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Ionic equation for hydroxide + an acid is always the same
    Oh right, fair enough I don't get why she teaches you that.

    She should really be teaching you that a metal hydroxide + acid -> salt + water
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I like the death at the end :mmm:

    I had to analyse their relationship throughout certain scenes... So boring

    Same! This is so pointless for me

    Geography homework is so much, and it's my most boring one :mad:
    Haha lovely!

    Oh that'd be so dull, I feel sorry for you!

    I'd rather just revise and be left to do past papers myself

    Ah how frustrating. History homework is always a lot, it's a good job I like it!
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    I played the Indian boy in that in primary school :awesome:
    Hahaha awwwww! I'm sure you played him very well

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    Ahh, me too! I love that one. I can't say I particularly loved the last few stories but they were still very good. It's beautiful to look at but there are loads of sheep just lazing across the roads when I go. I can't say that has the same wild, passionate effect on me that Wuthering Heights does :lol:

    I'm not sure just yet. It's not as instant as The Great Gatsby but the imagery is still amazing. I'm hoping it'll be great once I get into it. Hmm, I've never read A Midsummer Night's Dream in full but it didn't really grab me from what I have read. Much Ado is far and away my favourite. :awesome:
    Ooh yay yeah I agree. I bet, and sheep are cute at least Haha if only!

    I see, I loved the imagery in The Great Gatsby, so I'm sure I'd be just as impressed with it Yeah hopefully, sometimes it does just take a while! I just found it slightly boring, and I couldn't appreciate the comedy, I'd probably have to see a production of it for the full effect Aww, I've only ever read the beginning, we were going to do that for the coursework last year, I'm annoyed we didn't now! I'll have to finish the rest when I can. I've got so much reading to do it's untrue :eek:

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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Oh right, fair enough I don't get why she teaches you that.

    She should really be teaching you that a metal hydroxide + acid -> salt + water
    Because it's true...?

    We've already learnt that

    What's a salt? this question I didn't know the answer to (I do now)

    (Original post by Lucy96)
    Haha lovely!

    Oh that'd be so dull, I feel sorry for you!

    I'd rather just revise and be left to do past papers myself

    Ah how frustrating. History homework is always a lot, it's a good job I like it!


    Exactly. Although I enjoy the chemistry homework

    I have to write 2 essays and a few other paragraphs!
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    a2 h.w is just :gah:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Because it's true...?

    We've already learnt that

    What's a salt? this question I didn't know the answer to (I do now)
    Not necessarily! Acids don't always react!

    Are you asking me define what a salt is? I'm having a very dopey day today
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Not necessarily! Acids don't always react!

    Are you asking me define what a salt is? I'm having a very dopey day today
    With hydroxides!

    Yeah
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    With hydroxides!

    Yeah
    Don't get too used to referring to them as hydroxides! They can have different properties in an organic compound

    Haha oh, well in the simplest way, its any ionic compound.
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Don't get too used to referring to them as hydroxides! They can have different properties in an organic compound

    Haha oh, well in the simplest way, its any ionic compound.
    I'll learn when it comes!

    Apparently it's:
    A compound formed when the hydrogen ions in an acid replaced by a metal or ammonium ion.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I'll learn when it comes!

    Apparently it's:
    A compound formed when the hydrogen ions in an acid replaced by a metal or ammonium ion.
    Its not really bad. I love organic chemistry a lot!

    So basically an ionic compound can't say I'm a fan of that definition really.. chemically, its not replacing a H+ ion
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Its not really bad. I love organic chemistry a lot!

    So basically an ionic compound can't say I'm a fan of that definition really.. chemically, its not replacing a H+ ion
    I'll see

    Aah, but it is, well I'll trust her...

    My teachers are doctors/have multiple degrees
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Why why why do we need to know cosecants, secants and cotangents? Why can maths just never be simple and to the point?

    Don't even get me started on the chain rule, product rule and quotient rule
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    What don't you like about them?
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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    Ooh yay yeah I agree. I bet, and sheep are cute at least Haha if only!

    I see, I loved the imagery in The Great Gatsby, so I'm sure I'd be just as impressed with it Yeah hopefully, sometimes it does just take a while! I just found it slightly boring, and I couldn't appreciate the comedy, I'd probably have to see a production of it for the full effect Aww, I've only ever read the beginning, we were going to do that for the coursework last year, I'm annoyed we didn't now! I'll have to finish the rest when I can. I've got so much reading to do it's untrue :eek:

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    They are It's a pain when they're asleep in the middle of the road and won't move.

    I think you would be! Great descriptions of Manhattan :coma: Yeah, my teachers have said before that it's hard to get the full effect unless you actually see it being performed. That's a shame, it's a brilliant play! I think I might do it for A2 coursework. Amazing banter in it
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I'll see

    Aah, but it is, well I'll trust her...

    My teachers are doctors/have multiple degrees
    One of my chemistry teacher has a PhD. She can't teach to save her life. My other teacher last year only had 1 degree, but a lifetime of teaching experience and was really good! Sometimes too much really too much.

    But that's really not the point. Always check your specification to make sure you have what you need

    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    What don't you like about them?
    I haven't learnt about their uses really, but they just seem really extra.

    The differentiation stuff is kind of useful, but because I'm not really a mathematician of any kind, it just seems like work
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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    What don't you like about them?
    Because his name isn't 'bobk'. Don't tell me you missed that!
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    One of my chemistry teacher has a PhD. She can't teach to save her life. My other teacher last year only had 1 degree, but a lifetime of teaching experience and was really good! Sometimes too much really too much.

    But that's really not the point. Always check your specification to make sure you have what you need
    My Geography teacher is like that, a ****ty doctor imo

    Not really, the non doctor one is doing a third degree :eek:

    It's right though, and what I need for my exam
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    One of my chemistry teacher has a PhD. She can't teach to save her life. My other teacher last year only had 1 degree, but a lifetime of teaching experience and was really good! Sometimes too much really too much.

    But that's really not the point. Always check your specification to make sure you have what you need



    I haven't learnt about their uses really, but they just seem really extra.

    The differentiation stuff is kind of useful, but because I'm not really a mathematician of any kind, it just seems like work
    The best teachers i find are the ones that are still being taught ( at least for A levels )

    so my chemistry teacher has a Bsc, Bsc (hons) a Masters and is doing her PhD so because she is being taught it makes her teaching better and also because she is learning she can help us learn (and prepare for university)
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    My Geography teacher is like that, a ****ty doctor imo

    Not really, the non doctor one is doing a third degree :eek:

    It's right though, and what I need for my exam
    Lessons do tend to feel like she's just talking at you instead of to you.

    Is it in the same field?

    Fair enough, for AQA, we never needed to define 'salt'
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    Because his name isn't 'bobk'. Don't tell me you missed that!
    If his name isn't bob then what is his name? :eyeball:
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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    If his name isn't bob then what is his name? :eyeball:
    That's a secret I'll take to my grave . What maths stuff have you done so far, this term?
    With my class, I've gotten midway through the D1 chapter, done Binomial Theorum and started Poisson in S2, finished Fp1 complex numbers and numerical methods and started series.
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    (Original post by techno836)
    The best teachers i find are the ones that are still being taught ( at least for A levels )

    so my chemistry teacher has a Bsc, Bsc (hons) a Masters and is doing her PhD so because she is being taught it makes her teaching better and also because she is learning she can help us learn (and prepare for university)
    That does seem plausible, but I've never really been in that situation. Saying that though, the ones who just about quality to teach are probably the worst
    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    If his name isn't bob then what is his name? :eyeball:
    Craig

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