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    Hey how do u think you all did what did people get for the rock formation, antartica

    I put the metal always points to the poles so judging by the angle u can tell where it was formed?
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    (Original post by gcsehurryup108)
    Hey how do u think you all did what did people get for the rock formation, antartica

    I put the metal always points to the poles so judging by the angle u can tell where it was formed?
    I did really **** and I'm thinking of killing myself
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    I did really **** and I'm thinking of killing myself
    Nah and even if you didn't do that well u have 2 more exams and coursework to make up for it. I wish I knew how well I heard that six marker was also in the foundation and even I found it hard anyway I'm guessing if us too found it hard everyone will so the grade boundaries are hopefully gonna be a little lower

    A* 45-48 (Region of where the min required for A* will be)
    A 38-44
    B 29-37
    C 18-28
    D 9-15
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    Lava is ejected by volcanoes and lave is present at constructive plate boundaries and one constituent element of lava is aluminum which are affected by magnetic fields and as a result it results in the aluminum possessing polarity in the direction of the magnetic field of the earth and the magnetic field changes it results in an alternating layer of polarity which can then be used to date and track the movement of plates, linked to radioactive decay.
 
 
 
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