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    How many is needed to get a good mark? Our teacher's left and we're planning our projects while we wait for a new one. I've got a list of techniques I'm planning on doing but I don't know how many is appropriate.

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    i think the minimum you need is 2, as in two techniques to do whatever you need to be (like work out concentration of ascorbic acid in fruit juice)

    and by minimum, i mean that in the checklist there's one mark for more than one procedure. and our teacher recommend that we add a "what procedure is more reliable/efficient" bit in our investigations.

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    (Original post by Lulope)
    How many is needed to get a good mark? Our teacher's left and we're planning our projects while we wait for a new one. I've got a list of techniques I'm planning on doing but I don't know how many is appropriate.

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    I would say 3 or 4 experiments is a good number to have, but that doesn't mean that you need 3-4 different analytical techniques. It really all depends on what you are investigating (and what you mean by a good mark )
 
 
 
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