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    For the IGCSE English people – Joe Keller's dead son flew a P40.
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    George shoots Lennie
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    (Original post by Bobjim12)
    George shoots Lennie
    Spoilers!
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    (Original post by Bobjim12)
    George shoots Lennie
    True

    The equation for photosynthesis is the same for aerobic respiration in humans backwards.

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    (Original post by Electricity)
    True

    The equation for photosynthesis is the same for aerobic respiration in humans backwards.

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    True

    This is the quadratic formula:

    x=\frac{b\pm\sqrt{b^2-4ac}}{2a}
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    (Original post by danconway)
    True

    This is the quadratic formula:

    x=\frac{b\pm\sqrt{b^2-4ac}}{2a}
    Nope. It's -b

    Ethanol can only be produced by fermentation.
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    (Original post by WanderingWorrier)
    Nope. It's -b

    Ethanol can only be produced by fermentation.
    False also through hydration
    Graphite is a giant covalent structure
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    (Original post by Manexopi)
    False also through hydration
    Graphite is a giant covalent structure
    Yep

    And that's true
    When an unstable nucleus emits gamma radiation, it's mass number stays the same and its atomic number increases by 1
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    (Original post by majmuh24)
    Nah, for some reason we use conventional current (even though in a metallic conductor the flow of current is negative to positive, we just take it as positive to negative for the rule. Just one of those things I guess )
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    Do you do GCSE Physics or A Level?

    I'm 99% sure for A Level we use the actual flow of current. (I think this is another case of GCSEs lying to you)
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    (Original post by WanderingWorrier)
    Yep

    And that's true
    When an unstable nucleus emits gamma radiation, it's mass number stays the same and its atomic number increases by 1
    False that's beta it stays the same for gamma (:
    If blood levels are too low, glucagon is released from the pancreas
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    (Original post by rayquaza17)
    Do you do GCSE Physics or A Level?I'm 99% sure for A Level we use the actual flow of current. (I think this is another case of GCSEs lying to you)
    GCSE but it seems legit, the rules are arbitrary and use the conventional current for some reason O_o
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    (Original post by Manexopi)
    False that's beta it stays the same for gamma (:
    If blood levels are too low, glucagon is released from the pancreas
    Gosh, I need to revise homeostasis, but I think that's true? It turns stored glycogen into glucose, right?

    Charge is the flow of current.
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    (Original post by WanderingWorrier)
    Gosh, I need to revise homeostasis, but I think that's true? It turns stored glycogen into glucose, right?

    Charge is the flow of current.
    Nah, current is the flow of charge. Q=It

    Proteins and sugars are not filtered by the kidney.

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    (Original post by majmuh24)
    Nah, current is the flow of charge. Q=It

    Proteins and sugars are not filtered by the kidney.

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    False, they are then reabsorbed into the blood
    Sodium lithium and francium are less dense than water
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    (Original post by Manexopi)
    False, they are then reabsorbed into the blood
    Sodium lithium and francium are less dense than water
    No.. Proteins aren't filtered out at all.
    Also, I know sodium and lithium are, but not sure about francium?

    Simple molecular substances have low melting points because not a lot of energy is required to break their covalent bonds.
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    (Original post by WanderingWorrier)
    No.. Proteins aren't filtered out at all.
    Also, I know sodium and lithium are, but not sure about francium?

    Simple molecular substances have low melting points because not a lot of energy is required to break their covalent bonds.
    Oh I thought amino acids instead of proteins lol yh francium is more dense
    And false? I think it's the intermolecular bonds and te covalent bonds are very strong
    Nuclear fission is used to heat water which drives turbines in a nuclear reactor
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    (Original post by AlphaNick)
    True...

    Hitler treated women as inferior in 1933-45 Germany. (true/false + explain)
    Nick. It's maths/English/science questions only.
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    Chlorine is more reactive than Bromine.
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    (Original post by AlphaNick)
    ugh
    Yup

    Though I disagree with that statement- he didn't treat them as inferior. He valued (Aryan) German mothers and called them 'the mothers of the country'. He even went as far as to give them medals for having children.
    I would go into more detail, but I don't really want to divert the thread.

    Deforestation increases biodiversity.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Chlorine is more reactive than Bromine.
    Yes, I think.

    Deforestation increases biodiversity
 
 
 
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