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    (Original post by Positivedani)
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    What was the question on C3 - the last question- asking about the mass? What was the exact question?
    i put the fact that the sodium hydroxide was no an independent variable , and the fact that the values of the graph will change but have similar proportion to the graph of results meaning the difference in both temperatures(start and end) will be the same as the graph

    the question asked about changing the amount of sodium hydroxide not affecting the graph of results and having the same difference. something along the lines to that.
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    (Original post by LoganF)
    Yeah I got 50cm + 25 too.
    It was asking for mass at peak temperatire therefore, 20+25=55
    55*4.2*(38-18)
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    (Original post by SSAA9)
    C2 I wrote silver nitrate solutions and and sodium carbonate solution and base ( insoluble) for the last one, can someone pls tell me if that is right?


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    They are all right
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    (Original post by camz01)
    They are all right
    Even with 'solutions' in the answer?


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    (Original post by kevinspl2000)
    im in year 10 im doing unit 1 2 and 3 of biology and chemistry. Im doing physics next year. I really hope for 2 A*'s however i am ambivalent as to whether I will actuarly get this. what colledge are you applying to?
    My school does not work like that we do unit 1 in year 9, unit 2 in year 10 and unit 3 in rear 11 but am doing both unit 1 sciences and unit 2 sciences in year 10 because i want to do unit 3 next year ( i have not been entered for science exams in year 9 but i thought i was. This made me so angry when everyone else got their results but not me so my teacher said i could do unit 2 as well cause i knew my unit 1 stuff)

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    (Original post by SSAA9)
    Even with 'solutions' in the answer?


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    Yes, they will probably just ignore that because you still got the actual name right
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    (Original post by Rit101)
    She already had 25cm^2 in the beaker.
    She added 50cm^2 total into the beaker also. (This is not the peak, as she added excess. Basically on the end of the xaxis).
    OVERALL temp change was 10.

    So (25+50) x 4.2 x 10 =
    3150 J

    Oh thats were I went wrong then, I forgot she added excess. But I would still get marks for doing the equations with the right numbers that I got.
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    Markscheme/Paper for C3?
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    (Original post by mediaya)
    My school does not work like that we do unit 1 in year 9, unit 2 in year 10 and unit 3 in rear 11 but am doing both unit 1 sciences and unit 2 sciences in year 10 because i want to do unit 3 next year ( i have not been entered for science exams in year 9 but i thought i was. This made me so angry when everyone else got their results but not me so my teacher said i could do unit 2 as well cause i knew my unit 1 stuff)

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    I detest the way you cant even pick the tier for the exam you want to. It is rediculous
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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...3#post55803793 PHYSICS P2 & P3 Wednesday 20th May 2015 [OFFICIAL THREAD]
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    c3 markscheme?
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    (Original post by kevinspl2000)
    I detest the way you cant even pick the tier for the exam you want to. It is rediculous
    What do you mean "the tier" do you mean choose between higher and foundation

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    Yeah - in our school were not even allowed to pick between foundation and higher. Ive been entered for foundation english language which is stupid as i obviously have the learning capacity for higher tier. i will now have to redo english language in year 11 which means i am wasting a year of my learning time...
    (Original post by mediaya)
    What do you mean "the tier" do you mean choose between higher and foundation

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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...3#post55803793 --OFFICIAL THREAD AQA GCSE P2 & P3 Wednesday 20th May 2015
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    Pm me to discuss answers
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    (Original post by kevinspl2000)
    Yeah - in our school were not even allowed to pick between foundation and higher. Ive been entered for foundation english language which is stupendous as i obviously have the learning capacity for higher tier. i will now have to redo english language in year 11 which means i am wasting a year of my learning time...
    Do you mean stupid? Stupendous is a synonym for "amazing".
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    For the question about metal oxide, do you guys think just saying 'insoluble' would just get the mark? The question context was about soluble and insoluble compunds.
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    (Original post by RotomGuy)
    Do you mean stupid? Stupendous is a synonym for "amazing".
    😂😂 My autocorrect changed it kind of ironic
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    What did everyone write for the equilibrium question as the forward reaction was endothermic!? Does the amount of product produced increase or is it the reactants.
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    (Original post by littleheron)
    For the question about metal oxide, do you guys think just saying 'insoluble' would just get the mark? The question context was about soluble and insoluble compunds.
    I dont think so however insoluable base might be allowed
 
 
 
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