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    (Original post by shohaib712)
    could be possible... I think??
    Nooo I doubt.

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    What did you get for the horse foot questions? + the theory of evolution???
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    For the scatter graph question I wrote it's a scatter graph because you can see the distribution clearly. Can that be an answer by any chance?
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    yeah i put invertebrates in water???
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    (Original post by shohaib712)
    What did you get for the horse foot questions? + the theory of evolution???
    -fittest is able to survive and reproduce
    - pass characteristics to the next generation
    -then they have the most suited and they survive n reproduce.
    -not suited dies

    I didnt really add info about the horse.. I said the first one was better adapted because it had stable bones and fingers however the last one didnt have fingers and was just a whole... I think this is wrong




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    (Original post by lunaticash19995)
    That definitely threw me off!!
    lol how different was it???
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    0.6 is wrong. It rounds to 0.7 or 0.67
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    (Original post by stomo7)
    0.6 is wrong. It rounds to 0.7 or 0.67
    Guys I wrote 2500%!!!!
    And i regret it!!!!!!
    😓😓😓😓😓


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    Lichen detect sulfur dioxide , maefly larvae is what detects for oxygen
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    (Original post by shohaib712)
    What did you get for the horse foot questions? + the theory of evolution???
    I said that the large surface area meant less pressure so it could run away from predators?
    And then I said variation due to mutation so some individuals had fewer bones on the ground and longer bones which gave them an advantage as the ground became harder when running away from predators? Then they survive, reproduced, and passed on the advantageous gene
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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    -fittest is able to survive and reproduce
    - pass characteristics to the next generation
    -then they have the most suited and they survive n reproduce.
    -not suited dies

    I didnt really add info about the horse.. I said the first one was better adapted because it had stable bones and fingers however the last one didnt have fingers and was just a whole... I think this is wrong




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    I think i got a few of them :/
    The percentage question is turning out to be 0.67%, i think.... SO i lost the marks...
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    Could you have said fish for the type of animal indicator question? (the last question)
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    (Original post by shohaib712)
    I think i got a few of them :/
    The percentage question is turning out to be 0.67%, i think.... SO i lost the marks...
    Sameee i lost the mark aswell!
    Idk i got 2500%!



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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    Sameee i lost the mark aswell!
    Idk i got 2500%!



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    Yeah hopefully i get the mark for working out

    THANK GOD I GOT 100UMS ON THE CONTROLLED ASSESSMENT - HOPEFULLY IT STILL TURNS OUT OK

    worst case scenario - 35/60
    realsitic prediction - 40-45/60
    unrealstic prediction - 50+/60
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    what was the rat question?! i didn't see a question that asked about rats, was the rat thing information?
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    (Original post by shohaib712)
    What did you get for the horse foot questions? + the theory of evolution???
    the toes give a greater surface area so their weight is spread out over a wider area and they don't sink in the mud which means they can run away from predators or some bs
    and then the generic evolution answer: mutation, variation, best adaption, survive, breed, pass on genes
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    (Original post by haniyasaeed)
    what was the rat question?! i didn't see a question that asked about rats, was the rat thing information?
    Idk I didn't write anything about the rats themselves so I'm hoping I didn't misread the questions??
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    (Original post by surina16)
    the toes give a greater surface area so their weight is spread out over a wider area and they don't sink in the mud which means they can run away from predators or some bs
    and then the generic evolution answer: mutation, variation, best adaption, survive, breed, pass on genes
    is it possible to get the mark for saying that it would help them run away from predators and wont sink into the mud (without mentioning the surface area?)
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    (Original post by shohaib712)
    is it possible to get the mark for saying that it would help them run away from predators and wont sink into the mud (without mentioning the surface area?)
    yeah probably, I don't think it was necessary - was just trying to make up for the marks I lost in the 6 marker etc.
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    (Original post by surina16)
    Idk I didn't write anything about the rats themselves so I'm hoping I didn't misread the questions??
    I think its the one to do with defining independent reseach?
 
 
 
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