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    (Original post by Blake-inator)
    yeah, thats the worst part imo, B3b from the CGP is quite easy though... and so is P2 and P3a
    I find chemistry the hardest though
    yhh its really confusing , i agree p3a is really easy once, you get the hang of it.

    Chemistry is easy , but i don't think the cgp book is brilliant for it, try using the AQA student book :rolleyes:
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    Anyone up for the revision game.... .

    P3,C3,B3
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    (Original post by Captain Anonymous)
    Anyone up for the revision game.... .

    P3,C3,B3
    What's the revision game? c:
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    (Original post by BI0)
    What's the revision game? c:
    we just test each other, by asking questions about B3/C3/P3

    For example:

    What are the four chambers of the heart?

    *then you would asnwer this question, and give me a question to answer.. etc
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    (Original post by Captain Anonymous)
    we just test each other, by asking questions about B3/C3/P3

    For example:

    What are the four chambers of the heart?

    *then you would asnwer this question, and give me a question to answer.. etc
    Oh okay! I assume you mean the left/right ventricle and the left/right atrium there

    How is urea removed from the blood?
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    well done that's correct!

    Explain the motor effect
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    And for your question: urea is removed from the blood by diffusion
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    (Original post by Captain Anonymous)
    well done that's correct!

    Explain the motor effect
    We haven't done this in physics yet :X I can't answer it yet XD

    Q for you!) Define transpiration
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    (Original post by Captain Anonymous)
    And for your question: urea is removed from the blood by diffusion
    The motor effect is when a force occurs due to a current-carrying wire in a magnetic field. The force increases as the current/magnetic field increases. The direction of the force is seen by Flemings Left Hand rule... ?

    What is Electromagnetic Induction?
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    meant to quote motor effect one
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    Transpiration is the loss of water as water vapor because of evaporation from the surface of the leaves.
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    Transpiration is the water loss from a plant via evaporation from the leaves through the stomata
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    Easy question coming up....

    What is plasma, and what does it contain :cool:
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    What is xenotransplation
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    Plasma is the liquid that carries everything in the blood. It carries REd/White Blood Cells and platelets and glucose and amino acids and co2 and urea and hormones and antibodies
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    (Original post by Unknown505)
    What is xenotransplation
    is that even a word?
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    Plasma is a yellow liquid which carries everything in the blooc. It contains: urea,whiteblood cells,amino acids,glucose,red bloodcells platelets
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    (Original post by Blake-inator)
    Plasma is the liquid that carries everything in the blood. It carries REd/White Blood Cells and platelets and glucose and amino acids and co2 and urea and hormones and antibodies
    Correct!!!
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    It may be spelt wrong but it is in my text book
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    Describe the differences of arteries,veins and capillaies
 
 
 
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