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1. This is a the exam pre release and data files.
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2. PreRelease W46574A GCE APPLIED ICT 6953 June 2016.pdf (226.4 KB, 340 views)
3. Attached Files
4. A_level_-_ICT_pre_release.zip (464.0 KB, 249 views)
5. july_tides_practice.txt (2.9 KB, 186 views)
6. LML_practice.xlsx (235.6 KB, 328 views)
7. seems it's very difficult....any help will be appreciated
8. ****ed up ****
9. Help me
10. Whts the fomulae for: dept in..dept out..clearance in...clearance out
11. ****ing ****ed
12. Hey guys just take it easy. So first of all the
13. Hey guys just take it easy. So first of all the "depth in" is related to the "tide start", the "depth out" is related with the "tide end".Likewise "clearance in" is related with "tide start" , "clearance out" with "tide end". Now the depth represent the lowest values found in the "sights" sheet and the clearance with the lowest. If anyone needs help with the formulas please let me know and I will email you.Hope I helped
14. I need help...ill be waiting for an email
Ma email is
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15. (Original post by christina_tw)
Hey guys just take it easy. So first of all the "depth in" is related to the "tide start", the "depth out" is related with the "tide end".Likewise "clearance in" is related with "tide start" , "clearance out" with "tide end". Now the depth represent the lowest values found in the "sights" sheet and the clearance with the lowest. If anyone needs help with the formulas please let me know and I will email you.Hope I helped
Hi, got the others, would just like to know the formula you used for clearance in and clearance out please, thanks
16. (Original post by christina_tw)
Hey guys just take it easy. So first of all the "depth in" is related to the "tide start", the "depth out" is related with the "tide end".Likewise "clearance in" is related with "tide start" , "clearance out" with "tide end". Now the depth represent the lowest values found in the "sights" sheet and the clearance with the lowest. If anyone needs help with the formulas please let me know and I will email you.Hope I helped
Hi Christina,
I really would appreciate help with the formulas please,
Thank you
17. (Original post by christina_tw)
Hey guys just take it easy. So first of all the "depth in" is related to the "tide start", the "depth out" is related with the "tide end".Likewise "clearance in" is related with "tide start" , "clearance out" with "tide end". Now the depth represent the lowest values found in the "sights" sheet and the clearance with the lowest. If anyone needs help with the formulas please let me know and I will email you.Hope I helped
I'd love to know what you know about the formulas what is your email??
18. I need help
Plz email me
My email is
[email protected]

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