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    Yeah if anyone has a copy of multiple choice it would be greatly appreciated on here!
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    (Original post by interneruser111)
    Yeah if anyone has a copy of multiple choice it would be greatly appreciated on here!
    yes it definitely would be! Biology was my first exam and I stupidly forgot to ask to take the multiple choice paper! But everyone in my exam left early, I was the only one left at eleven o'clock! I was glad I stayed though because I found an error in my graph in the last 5 minutes and had to redo it
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    (Original post by themoonisdown)
    Also the ivy questions, why was only one ivy plant used and was it the fact that not enough leaves were sampled that made the experiment unreliable
    I put down that the sample of one ivy leaf was not representative of the whole ecosystem
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    (Original post by AlphaJack45)
    My multiple choice answers were:
    1-D 2-A 3-D 4-D 5-B 6-A 7-D 8-D 9-C 10-B 11-A 12-C 13-D 14-B 15-B 16-C 17-C 18-D 19-C 20-A

    Where does everyone disagree and why? Hopefully have 15+ but I'm not sure
    I got the same answers as you for most of them, apart from a few:
    3-C 5-A 16-A (I put C, but then changed it to A) 18-A 20-B
    The species question was the hardest. And also the one about the diploid chromosome in a donkey; I didn't quite understand the questions
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    (Original post by Hi people)
    I got the same answers as you for most of them, apart from a few:
    3-C 5-A 16-A (I put C, but then changed it to A) 18-A 20-B
    The species question was the hardest. And also the one about the diploid chromosome in a donkey; I didn't quite understand the questions
    I put zygote for that one, but I'm not sure if it was correct.
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    (Original post by interneruser111)
    I put zygote for that one, but I'm not sure if it was correct.
    Yes, that's correct I think
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    1)D
    2)A
    3)C
    4)D
    5)B
    6)A
    7)D
    8)D
    9)C
    10)B
    11)A
    12)C
    13)D
    14)B
    15)B
    16)B
    17)C
    18)D
    19)C
    20)B

    Think these are the correct multiple choice answers.
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    (Original post by interneruser111)
    1)D
    2)A
    3)C
    4)D
    5)B
    6)A
    7)D
    8)D
    9)C
    10)B
    11)A
    12)C
    13)D
    14)B
    15)B
    16)B
    17)C
    18)D
    19)C
    20)B

    Think these are the correct multiple choice answers.
    Why are 18 & 19 D &C? Can't figure it out
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    For 18, you work out the percentage increase of 1.5, times 6000 by 1.5 and it gives you 9000.

    For 19, you also work out the percentage increase. So it's 15/5 * 100 which gives you 300.
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    (Original post by interneruser111)
    1)D
    2)A
    3)C
    4)D
    5)B
    6)A
    7)D
    8)D
    9)C
    10)B
    11)A
    12)C
    13)D
    14)B
    15)B
    16)B
    17)C
    18)D
    19)C
    20)B

    Think these are the correct multiple choice answers.
    Someone posted the multiple choice on the maths thread
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    (Original post by interneruser111)
    It was mitosis so both had 4 as daughter cells have same amount of chromosomes as original cell
    But it said the cell was in an early stage of mitosis therefore there were 8 chromatids. What it not 8 then 4?
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    Does anyone have a copy of the Section 2 paper?
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    does anyone have a copy of the sections 2 paper? it would be widely appreciated here
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    I put a codon, because i thought that 3 bases made a codon, but when i came out no one else had put that?
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    Does anyone have an actual copy of the exam/ answers? Because i know there is the answers for the National 5 Maths Exam on Twitter?
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    (Original post by MSR701)
    But it said the cell was in an early stage of mitosis therefore there were 8 chromatids. What it not 8 then 4?
    Yeah, same. I put 4 pairs, which is basically equal to 8 chromosomes. Right?
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    Here is a link to the multiple choice section of the paper: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0Bxce...p=docslist_api
    If anyone has a copy of the written part I would appreciate it.
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    Does anyone have a link or something to the section 2 national 5 biology paper???????????
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    How did everyone find their 20 mark assignment?
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    (Original post by interneruser111)
    For 18, you work out the percentage increase of 1.5, times 6000 by 1.5 and it gives you 9000.

    For 19, you also work out the percentage increase. So it's 15/5 * 100 which gives you 300.
    I think you got Q18 of multiple choice wrong. In 1975 the population is 4000 and in 2000 it is 6000. That is an increase of 2000 so in 2025 it must be 6000+2000=8000
 
 
 

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