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    (Original post by Adorable98)
    how is it 16?? I got 4
    n1=3 n2=3 so (3+3)-2=4, so I chose the 6th degree of freedom cos that was the closest one
    I added 9+9 (9 traditional were tested and 9 modern apples) which is 18 and then took 2 away


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    (Original post by mystreet091234)
    OMG that's very kind of you!!
    I would love to have them
    THANK YOU<3
    thats pretty cool, do you mind giving me those expected ques. when they're finished please?
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    (Original post by luisgr8)
    Yess
    Thank Godd I was so worried.
    what your yoga limitations tho?? And what abt wellbeing of lizards in Q#1??
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    (Original post by Aimen.)
    Thank Godd I was so worried.
    what your yoga limitations tho?? And what abt wellbeing of lizards in Q#1??
    What experiment have you used for Q1 a.
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    (Original post by Kamran Fazal)
    Guys I don't take biology but some of my classmates take biology and their teacher is gonna make them write expected questions. If you guys want them I can give it to you guys.
    Hey thats pretty cool do you mind giving me the questions when they're fnished too?
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    yo guys what were you degrees of freedom? i did (9+9)-2= 16 degrees.
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    (Original post by ~xSarahx~)
    I added 9+9 (9 traditional were tested and 9 modern apples) which is 18 and then took 2 away


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    I did that too and got 16!
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    (Original post by Aimen.)
    Thank Godd I was so worried.
    what your yoga limitations tho?? And what abt wellbeing of lizards in Q#1??
    I wrote down quite a few limitations (although I don't know if they were valid as I was rushing). I wrote about genetic factors, the study not being representative of the entire population and all the athletes, differences in gender of athletes, and the possibility of there being a limiting factor.

    For the wellbeing I do not trust my answers at all haha. I wrote about treating the eggs carefully to avoid premature hatching and the fact that the lizards would have to be released once they hatched.

    What about you? What grade out of 50 do you expect?
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    Guys, please discuss the answers in the respective thread otherwise some of of the discussions may be missed by people wanting to know.
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4079485
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    (Original post by luisgr8)
    I wrote down quite a few limitations (although I don't know if they were valid as I was rushing). I wrote about genetic factors, the study not being representative of the entire population and all the athletes, differences in gender of athletes, and the possibility of there being a limiting factor.

    For the wellbeing I do not trust my answers at all haha. I wrote about treating the eggs carefully to avoid premature hatching and the fact that the lizards would have to be released once they hatched.

    What about you? What grade out of 50 do you expect?
    I wrote the same, that lizard young ones should be released to wild after experiment and I also wrote that I'd be using temperatures b/w 20-40°c so no lizard eggs are destroyed!
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    (Original post by Aimen.)
    I wrote the same, that lizard young ones should be released to wild after experiment and I also wrote that I'd be using temperatures b/w 20-40°c so no lizard eggs are destroyed!
    Alright thanks
    And did you divide the table in 2b into each variety of apple or simply into modern and traditional?
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    (Original post by Adorable98)
    was the null hypothesis a correlation or difference... I wrote correlation first then after a while I crossed it out and wrote difference instead.. Could someone reassure me
    Yeah significant difference..same here
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    What did you guys write about asvantages and disadvantages of producing more females??
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    (Original post by Aimen.)
    I wrote the same, that lizard young ones should be released to wild after experiment and I also wrote that I'd be using temperatures b/w 20-40°c so no lizard eggs are destroyed!
    What will be the answer for the random error thing? And the last part of ques 1 regarding temp.?
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    Plz do not discuss the answer the 24hrs
    We do not want the grade boundaries to be high
    I know that I an saying this very late


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    (Original post by PlayerBB)
    What experiment have you used for Q1 a.
    My experiment went like:
    The independent variable is the hatching temperature, and the dependent variable is the gender of liards. Choose five different temperatures (20c, 25c, 30c, 35c and 40c) and take 40 lizard eggs from same parents and divide into 5 groups of 8 eggs each. put each group into a sepearate box and add known volumes of soil measured using measuring cylinder from the same soil bag to cover each group. Incubate each group at a chosen temperature for two months in a thermostatically conrolled incubator and count after two months. Repeat experiment twice with eggs from same species of lizard.
    Gahh I know it's a funny idea that one lizard would give 40 eggs or you switch on incubator for 2 months but I couldn't think of anything else xD Couldn't even come up with a control xD
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    (Original post by Adorable98)
    was the null hypothesis a correlation or difference... I wrote correlation first then after a while I crossed it out and wrote difference instead.. Could someone reassure me
    OMG! I DID THE SAAAME THING XD It is significant difference apparently :P
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    (Original post by bdoon esm)
    Plz do not discuss the answer the 24hrs
    We do not want the grade boundaries to be high
    I know that I an saying this very late


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    How does that work? I am genuinely curious
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    guys i think i made a huge mistake in Q1,a . can somebody tell how much marks will i loose for this ---> i forgot to talk about the sand in the expirement . i just told keep the egg and incubate . i think i screwed up whole question
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    I think in this part, lots of marking points will be provided, so u may just miss a marking point, if u write enough relevant points, it will compensate
 
 
 
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