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    (Original post by thecomputernerd)
    did anyone else feel there wasn't enough time? there was too much reading like hello aqa give us time, the format putt me off as well, and I put lichens and mayfly larvae for the last one for water pollution...concentration of dissolved oxygen and lichens for air..sulfur dioxide in the air.. oh god b2 will be a shIIIIITteeee !!! but for the 0.67 i multiplied it by 100 so i got 67%................. urgh i hate myself aqa needs to evaporate i am not looking forward to c1
    I did the same mistake as you. I times by 100 twice!!
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    Was the very final question about Lichen or Invertebrates? I'm pretty sure lichen is a plant, not an animal? And what is another way to measure water pollution then!
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    Yup I basically put that up

    Puddles the Monkey I haven't got my my computer up and I'm just using the TSR mobile site. I'll try and put up as many answers as possible very soon.
    Amazing :bl:

    How did it go for you? :dumbells:
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    (Original post by Ishan_2000)
    Was the very final question about Lichen or Invertebrates? I'm pretty sure lichen is a plant, not an animal? And what is another way to measure water pollution then!
    mayfly larvae.... and sludgeworms for water pollution idk i want to cry
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    Could you have written invertibrates for the organism that indicates polloution?


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    (Original post by Ahmed74)
    I swear that's right?
    Yeah I got that and so did everyone else i know
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    (Original post by thecomputernerd)
    i might become a stripper if i failed.....
    me too! Duo?
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    (Original post by Ahmed74)
    Lads, it is defo 0.67%.
    It is RIGHT? I got 0.66666 but rounded is 0.7% 😕
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    (Original post by lunaticash19995)
    I did the same mistake as you. I times by 100 twice!!
    i think we will still be rewarded marks, just not full marks
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    (Original post by rlb2000)
    me too! Duo?
    yessssssssssssssssssss loooooooooooool
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    For the brain and spinal cord question, which one was faster?
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    (Original post by thecomputernerd)
    i think we will still be rewarded marks, just not full marks
    Yeah hopefully the marks are generous


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    Arghhh that evolution question😡
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    did people put for the biomass that it is lost through faeces and movement/heat
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    (Original post by kit1234)
    For the brain and spinal cord question, which one was faster?
    spinal cord is faster
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    (Original post by maxbrewer05)
    I very sure it is 0.6666666666..... Almost all people in my school got this answer and a lot have A* further maths so i am inclined to agree with them.
    I do Further Maths!!!! We have so much in common!
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    (Original post by habeeb_00)
    I got 0.666 whoops for the malaria one

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    same
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    (Original post by Ishan_2000)
    Was the very final question about Lichen or Invertebrates? I'm pretty sure lichen is a plant, not an animal? And what is another way to measure water pollution then!
    I put light intensity meter? Just kind of guessed
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    (Original post by thecomputernerd)
    spinal cord is faster
    Good, thats what i wrote thank you
 
 
 
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