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    Can this be a thread about the multiple choice ques in the AS chem papers?
    Feel free to ask away

    Ill try to help as much as I can but if anyone is willing to help then it will be appreciated
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    Enthaply ques help please

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    Thanks guys
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    You have yourself a red herring.

    What have you tried?
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    (Original post by Pigster)
    You have yourself a red herring.

    What have you tried?
    I assume that means you'll help? If so then thank you

    Tbh i have no idea on this ques, i think you use a hess cycle but im used to using one reaction do you put the 3 reactions into a hess cycle?

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    Enthaply ques help please

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    lol easy work. I'm doing GCSE and it's so much harder. Is this a KS2 test? Haha multiple choice??
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    (Original post by _Xenon_)
    lol easy work. I'm doing GCSE and it's so much harder. Is this a KS2 test? Haha multiple choice??
    Oh really, how would you answer the question then (explanation please)?! GCSEs harder? Lets see how you find a level then :mwuaha:

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    1 lot of 1, 2 lots of 2 and 0 lots of 3.

    Shazzam, No Hess' needed.
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    Oh really, how would you answer the question then (explanation please)?! GCSEs harder? Lets see how you find a level then :mwuaha:

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    Hehe I was joking.
    Btw why do they have multiple choice; I've no idea what that question is saying but is it foundation A-level if that even exists?!
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    (Original post by Pigster)
    1 lot of 1, 2 lots of 2 and 0 lots of 3.

    Shazzam, No Hess' needed.
    ? Im lost, sorry

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    Write down 1 lot of equation 1 and 2 lots of equation 2, combine and cancel.
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    (Original post by _Xenon_)
    Hehe I was joking.
    Btw why do they have multiple choice; I've no idea what that question is saying but is it foundation A-level if that even exists?!
    Hmm I thought so but then I was like meh ill challenge you anyway.

    Its AS level. Im not sure if this is the same for other exam boards but on AS AQA papers they have about 15 marks worth of multiple choice questions. Imo they're worse than the written questions because you only get one mark and have to do quite a bit of working. I also find that they're worded to try and trick you.
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    (Original post by Pigster)
    Write down 1 lot of equation 1 and 2 lots of equation 2, combine and cancel.
    Right, ill try that later. Thanks

    Does this method work for all questions like this?

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    Hmm I thought so but then I was like meh ill challenge you anyway.

    Its AS level. Im not sure if this is the same for other exam boards but on AS AQA papers they have about 15 marks worth of multiple choice questions. Imo they're worse than the written questions because you only get one mark and have to do quite a bit of working. I also find that they're worded to try and trick you.
    Wow that is harsh.
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    (Original post by _Xenon_)
    Wow that is harsh.
    Are you hoping to do A level chem next year?

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    (Original post by kiiten)
    Are you hoping to do A level chem next year?

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    Yup! I love Chemistry!!
 
 
 
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