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    (Original post by Adorable98)
    And also, could some please explain to me how to draw a monohybrid cross... it's SOOO confusing!! Will I get marks if I draw a Punnett Square instead in the exam?
    They're the same thing? Just remember that you have to explicitly state: the parent's genotype, the parents gametes, a key for what stands for what. And probably the parent's phenotype can't hurt.
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    (Original post by Adorable98)
    Where do I start counting? from 0?
    No from 0.2 when it start to get steep and till 0.18 when is start to steep again this is one complete cardiac cycle

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    (Original post by Adorable98)
    Where do I start counting? from 0?
    No from 0.2 when it start to get steep and till 0.18 when is start to steep again this is one complete cardiac cycle and the difference is 0.98

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    No from 0.2 when it start to get steep and till 0.18 when is start to steep again this is one complete cardiac cycle and the difference is 0.98

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    How's the difference 0.98?
    0.2-0.18 = 0.02?
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    (Original post by Adorable98)
    How's the difference 0.98?
    0.2-0.18 = 0.02?
    Sorry 1.18*

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    (Original post by PlayerBB)
    Sorry 1.18*

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    I see, Thanx! And good luck with today's exam!
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    (Original post by Adorable98)
    And also, could some please explain to me how to draw a monohybrid cross... it's SOOO confusing!! Will I get marks if I draw a Punnett Square instead in the exam?
    yup u will get marks as long as the genotype and phenotype is correct
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    Good luck everyone !
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    yup u will get marks as long as the genotype and phenotype is correct
    Okay, great thanx!
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    Why is A = atrioventricular valves closing ?? for AV to be closed the ventricles should have a higher pressure (ventricular systole), but u could clearly see that at point A, the left atrium has a higher pressure than the ventricles??
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    How did it go?
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    for me it was a little more difficult than the previous papers, but not too much. in my centre everyone had only 10-15 minutes left for checking, so the grade boundaries should be low
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    Yeah i didnt have much time either, found it quite tricky overall
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    for me it was a little more difficult than the previous papers, but not too much. in my centre everyone had only 10-15 minutes left for checking, so the grade boundaries should be low
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    How did it go?
    Was good but some questions were difficult
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    It was meh. I didn't really like some questions and almost ran out of time...😓


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    Same, I personally didn't like it .. tomorrow's Chemistry...
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    Can we discuss the answers?
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    (Original post by Adorable98)
    Can we discuss the answers?
    no please dont discuss we dont wanna risk high grade boundaries
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    (Original post by Adorable98)
    Can we discuss the answers?
    Not quite sure yet, I'd give it a few hours. we can private message if you want though?


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    Anyone wants to discuss through private message?
 
 
 
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