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    (Original post by Zeshaan hj)
    Yes indeed, rounded. And the 10 mark was mainly economic theory. So a shift in supply would mean a movement along the demand curve which means less is consumed. No evaluation is needed. I talked about inelastic PED in the 25 marker.
    Oh thank god, that actually fills me with some relief knowing that I got at least 4 marks 😂 And I completely forgot to draw a tax diagram and ended up discussing inelastic PED in the 10 marker!
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    (Original post by George_ASLEVEL)
    yeah, i sat it today and that's right
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    Oh thank god, that actually fills me with some relief knowing that I got at least 4 marks 😂 And I completely forgot to draw a tax diagram and ended up discussing inelastic PED in the 10 marker!
    I kinda jumbled my 25 mark Q so target of getting the highest grade in the UK is out the window 😭😭
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    (Original post by Zeshaan hj)
    I kinda jumbled my 25 mark Q so target of getting the highest grade in the UK is out the window 😭😭
    cocky ****
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    (Original post by Azim101)
    cocky ****
    lol sorry, my target at the beginning of the year was a D, so I decided to pull my socks up and smashed every paper, making it a mission to be the best.
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    I picked the Context 1 as well !! much much harder. I forgot to check the 10 mark question !!!!!
    I wrote there is no perfect information and also some monopoly power exists in the housing market lost some marks for that one.
    for the calculation I got something like 1721.. not an integer...=,=
 
 
 
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