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    (Original post by Okdmd46)
    How did u get 17? The gradient was i creasing though for rates?
    idk its just what i got lol i think i found RFM and then moles to be 0.1 and multiplied by 170 which was the RFM given... i thought the the gradient was getting less steep? idk
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    (Original post by bar73)
    Anyone know where the May June 2014 further maths paper is? its not on ccea i think i used to be though
    It's on the home page of the further maths microsite under the specimen papers.
    It should be here:
    http://www.rewardinglearning.org.uk/..._gcse/support/
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    (Original post by gabrielealek)
    idk its just what i got lol i think i found RFM and then moles to be 0.1 and multiplied by 170 which was the RFM given... i thought the the gradient was getting less steep? idk
    What was the substance they asked us to find? Yea i found out i got rate trend wrong, i done as time increaes gas volume increases
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    How does everyone think they've done in the chemistry higher Unit ? Some of the questions were deadly especially that 9 marker!! I think i've got about 88% roughly...
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    (Original post by rl15)
    Attachment 550611 I can't get question 1😭
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    I hope that helps!
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    (Original post by RJM1802)
    How does everyone think they've done in the chemistry higher Unit ? Some of the questions were deadly especially that 9 marker!! I think i've got about 88% roughly...
    I had no idea what i was writing for the 9 marker. I got the 1st, 3rd and 4th bullet points fine (I think!) but I could not get the ionic equation for the 2nd bullet point! I hope I've done okay. I'm no good at Chemistry but I think it went fine. If i got 88% I would be over the moon!
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    (Original post by gabrielealek)
    idk its just what i got lol i think i found RFM and then moles to be 0.1 and multiplied by 170 which was the RFM given... i thought the the gradient was getting less steep? idk
    I think the ratio was 2:1 so 1 mole was 0.05 of the other and then 0.05x170 =8.5? Not sure
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    (Original post by Okdmd46)
    I think the ratio was 2:1 so 1 mole was 0.05 of the other and then 0.05x170 =8.5? Not sure
    see i used the other mass they gave us of 14.35g and divided by 143.5 which was the RFM of the substance they asked which gave 0.1 moles and i thought the ratio for both was 1:1 as they both had 2 infront of them..
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    (Original post by gabrielealek)
    see i used the other mass they gave us of 14.35g and divided by 143.5 which was the RFM of the substance they asked which gave 0.1 moles and i thought the ratio for both was 1:1 as they both had 2 infront of them..
    Why did u do that? I cant acc mind the masses and reactants they gave us
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    (Original post by Okdmd46)
    Why did u do that? I cant acc mind the masses and reactants they gave us
    im not sure i just used that mass they gave us because it didnt make sense for them to put in there in the second question and not use it lol i probably read it wrong
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    I have 7 exams left and absolutely no motivation for further maths tomorrow... not good!!
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    (Original post by gabrielealek)
    im not sure i just used that mass they gave us because it didnt make sense for them to put in there in the second question and not use it lol i probably read it wrong
    Its funny bc i have asked two people of about equal intelligence and one said 8.5 the other said 17 lol so i duno, but what ever one of us has got it wrong will probs have only lost one mark as they usually apply follow through marking
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    (Original post by Okdmd46)
    Its funny bc i have asked two people of about equal intelligence and one said 8.5 the other said 17 lol so i duno, but what ever one of us has got it wrong will probs have only lost one mark as they usually apply follow through marking
    lol same happened to me when i asked, like you said only 1 mark
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    (Original post by gabrielealek)
    lol same happened to me when i asked, like you said only 1 mark
    What u say for why carbon monoxide is dangerous?
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    (Original post by Okdmd46)
    What u say for why carbon monoxide is dangerous?
    that its toxic and hard to detect as it odourless and colourless + takes the place of oxygen and something else but cant remember
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    (Original post by nmeechan)
    i literally made up a random equation for boiling of hard water like caco3 + h2o => ca(oh3)2 + co2 + h2 + 02

    like i dont even think it balances
    What was the question i dont remember doing this and im panicking
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    (Original post by gabrielealek)
    that its toxic and hard to detect as it odourless and colourless + takes the place of oxygen and something else but cant remember
    Would this get me the two marks: carbon monoxide is colourless, odourless and toxic and can kill us by reacting with the red blood cells in our body? I ran outta space to continue lol but I hope that should be fine
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    (Original post by bar73)
    What was the question i dont remember doing this and im panicking
    An equation was not necessary as it didn't state and was qwc, but it's still accepted I'd say I didn't just to play safe, how hardness is removed by boiling: thermal decomposition to form insoluble or a precipitate of limestone
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    (Original post by Okdmd46)
    Its funny bc i have asked two people of about equal intelligence and one said 8.5 the other said 17 so i dunno, but what ever one of us has got it wrong will probs have only lost one mark as they usually apply follow through marking
    I thought I got this one right and I got 17, but overall I thought it was a tricky- but nice paper. Definitely separated those who revised from those who didn't. Dreading ad maths tomorrow- gonna hope its alright- only 3 left then!
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    (Original post by Strudell)
    I thought I got this one right and I got 17, but overall I thought it was a tricky- but nice paper. Definitely separated those who revised from those who didn't. Dreading ad maths tomorrow- gonna hope its alright- only 3 left then!
    Absolutely! So many new questions and if u didn't revise u were abs fckdd
 
 
 
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