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does anyone know of a list od D1 definitions? or a glossary or something like that? for the questions where you have to "define the terms"
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does anyone know of a list od D1 definitions? or a glossary or something like that? for the questions where you have to "define the terms"
They are in your textbook, Chapter 2 perhaps. It's worth reading over them, not just the summary but the more detailed explanations in the chapter, and then writing them out.

Judging from past papers, Edexcel likes the combination of tree, spanning tree and MST, but it's worth knowing them all.
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I don't have the textbook - is there anywhere I could find them online? :s
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They are in your textbook, Chapter 2 perhaps. It's worth reading over them, not just the summary but the more detailed explanations in the chapter, and then writing them out.

Judging from past papers, Edexcel likes the combination of tree, spanning tree and MST, but it's worth knowing them all.
alas, I do not have a text book but thank you for the predictions
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alas, I do not have a text book but thank you for the predictions

Ah, that's unfortunate. If the images don't work I'll type them out word for word.
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First half.

It will not be fun learning them without the more detailed explanations in the Chapter, so I would suggest looking some of the less obvious definitions up and understand the basic ideas, so you can remember the definitions better.
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Here it is!
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It's worth looking over them, but the questions aren't worth very many marks...so don't stress if you can't remember all of them
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Lol if definitions come up its 4 marks most of the times, that is a hell of a lot in d1
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Hey guys the spec has a glossary at the back which might help!
http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...hs_Issue_3.pdf
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Make sure you understand and are able to explain what dummies are used for, that has come up a bit, usually worth 3-4 marks.
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