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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    We've done water, carbs, proteins and lipids!

    Cytoskeleton?
    You'd love my Chemistry teacher's description of Biology :mmm:

    All the teachers in the Physics/Chemistry departments make fun of Biology in a way that I thought only I did :lol:
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    You'd love my Chemistry teacher's description of Biology :mmm:

    All the teachers in the Physics/Chemistry departments make fun of Biology in a way that I thought only I did :lol:
    What is it?:teeth:

    Mine do. I laugh with them because it's true :mmm:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    What is it?:teeth:

    Mine do. I laugh with them because it's true :mmm:
    It doesn't really work in text, but try to imagine a stereotypical "retard" voice (I'm morally obliged to be disgusted by own description of this).

    "This is all Biology is: plant...dead plant," while holding out each fist in representation of each case :mmm:
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    It doesn't really work in text, but try to imagine a stereotypical "retard" voice (I'm morally obliged to be disgusted by own description of this).

    "This is all Biology is: plant...dead plant," while holding out each fist in representation of each case :mmm:
    :rofl: the first mean line got me laughing.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    We've done water, carbs, proteins and lipids!

    Cytoskeleton?
    that sounds like unit 2 work

    Cytoskeleton is a series of intermediate filaments, micro filaments and micro tubules in the cell to move and support the cell, i just need to remember what does what function now :lol:
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    Now ... how badly do i want to get ahead in maths and hope i get frees??? .... hmmmmm
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    (Original post by techno836)
    that sounds like unit 2 work

    Cytoskeleton is a series of intermediate filaments, micro filaments and micro tubules in the cell to move and support the cell, i just need to remember what does what function now :lol:
    Oh it's definitely Unit 1 WJEC.

    Aah, yeah,I know what it is but what's there to remember?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Oh it's definitely Unit 1 WJEC.

    Aah, yeah,I know what it is but what's there to remember?
    i just forget the functions of them :lol:

    ohh yeah forgot you do WJEC
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Amazon

    CGP can go **** themselves at any level.
    But what brands of books? Unless Amazon now make revision guides

    What's so bad about CGP? :confused:
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    (Original post by techno836)
    i just forget the functions of them :lol:

    ohh yeah forgot you do WJEC
    Aah okay

    Yep, WJEC but OCR physics and chem
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    Hey guys was just doing some questions on Alternating current. Got all the questions right except from one part in the question. This was the full question

    4) A 12V, 48W lamp light at its normal brightness when it is connected to a source of alternating pd

    a)i Calculate the rms current through it
    ii) Calculate the peak current through it
    iii) Calculate the peak pd across it

    b)i The cable connecting the lamp to the source has a resistance of 0.5(Ohm)

    Show that the rms pd across the cable is 2.0V when the lamp is on.

    ii) Calculate the peak pd of the source when the lamp is on

    I dont understand bii)

    What I tried doing was 2 = Peak / Root2 therefore Peak = 2.83V

    This is incorrect. Any help will be appreciated, Thanks in advance !
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Amazon

    CGP can go **** themselves at any level.
    Amazon is such a waste of money
    Textbook on amazon: £23
    The same textbook on eBay 'like new' = 99p


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    Amazon is such a waste of money
    Textbook on amazon: £23
    The same textbook on eBay 'like new' = 99p


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    That's good to know actually, thanks.

    I take eBay for granted; I never think to use it
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    (Original post by Glitch96)
    But what brands of books? Unless Amazon now make revision guides

    What's so bad about CGP? :confused:
    cgp is the GOAT revision guide producer
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    (Original post by twisted)
    cgp is the GOAT revision guide producer
    Hey - CGP is Boss

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    (Original post by Obiejess)
    Hey - CGP is Boss

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    Hell yeah!

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    (Original post by Katie97)
    Glad I'm not the only textbook hoarder! :jumphug:
    Umm well, we actually got them forced upon us by the college, every history student must have 6 :zomg: But I'd have bought more anyway, textbooks are pretty great! Or at least I think so, the people who got access to them for GCSE are less than impressed by my enthusiasm for the things
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    Hey - CGP is Boss

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    Hell yeah!

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    Who doesn't love revising C1 then stumbling across an entire page of information about cows?
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    Wow. Interesting scenario. I can't say I can offer expertise, but all the best.

    Meanwhile, in 2 years time, if I find myself talking to someone who's got a semi-Australian accent at my university , you can expect me to shout 'MANGO!' at them, hoping it's you. :cool:
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    (Original post by NikolaT)
    Wow. Interesting scenario. I can't say I can offer expertise, but all the best.

    Meanwhile, in 2 years time, if I find myself talking to someone who's got a semi-Australian accent at my university , you can expect me to shout 'MANGO!' at them, hoping it's you. :cool:
    Nah, I don't have an Australian accent. Even in Australia people apparently thought I was English :mmm: But I've been here for 6 years this December. As far as I'm concerned, I'm British (legal nationalities are super pointless in anything other than border control ).
 
 
 
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