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    (Original post by ellamoon_22)
    They told us gortex was breathable so i didnt write that i said its more comfortable
    Yeah I couldn't think what the other properties were..
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    I think it was 2 marks not 3 for the C2 Q3 (amalgam - murcury...)
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    (Original post by Munmun.)
    I think it was 2 marks not 3 for the C2 Q3 (amalgam - murcury...)
    Yeah you're right
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    4) I think was the reacting masses question where you had to prove it was 1.578 this was worth 2 marks
    5) you didn't have to rearrange it simply said he wanted to make 1.578g but only made something like 1.2(?). And you just simply had to normal percentage yield question. This was worth 2 marks
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    (Original post by CandC)
    4) I think was the reacting masses question where you had to prove it was 1.578 this was worth 2 marks
    5) you didn't have to rearrange it simply said he wanted to make 1.578g but only made something like 1.2(?). And you just simply had to normal percentage yield question. This was worth 2 marks
    Also another question you're missing is the 4Al + 3O2 = 2Al2O3 which was worth 2 marks and is in C3
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    (Original post by ellamoon_22)
    C2H4 and C10H22

    10-2
    22-4

    C8H18
    dammit i should've seen that, thx for explaining
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    (Original post by mxskaan)
    Same? I though it was pie then bar chart. Is it something to do with discrete continuous data or something?

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    Was the first one definitely pie? (I put pie then bar too)
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    How many marks was the question about the difficulty of making medicines?
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    Whats your prediction for an A* on this paper
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    (Original post by student909)
    Was the first one definitely pie? (I put pie then bar too)
    I put pie
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    (Original post by student909)
    Whats your prediction for an A* on this paper
    61-63
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    (Original post by student909)
    How many marks was the question about the difficulty of making medicines?
    2marks i think or 3
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    (Original post by ellamoon_22)
    I put pie
    reason for it being pie?
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    (Original post by student909)
    reason for it being pie?
    Looking at diff ingredients pie chart easy to view idk u can convert to angles. They might allow both pie and bar chart. Basically i just guessed amd went with my gut instinct
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    (Original post by ellamoon_22)
    Looking at diff ingredients pie chart easy to view idk u can convert to angles. They might allow both pie and bar chart. Basically i just guessed amd went with my gut instinct
    do you think they may allow bar too for the second one
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    (Original post by student909)
    do you think they may allow bar too for the second one
    Yes i think it is bar chart but i put line graph idk why
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    I think first one was pie as all the numbers added to 100. So out of a percentage.


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