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    Quick question for D1 - when do you know to start a new line on your table/answer because honestly for one question the mark scheme starts on a new line for every input and for the next it fills in everything on each line soo is there some sort of rule i should be following?

    note: i hate d1
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    It doesn't matter. Having each input on a new line just makes it easier to read, but you can put it all on 1 line until it's necessary to use a new line.
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    (Original post by NotNotBatman)
    It doesn't matter. Having each input on a new line just makes it easier to read, but you can put it all on 1 line until it's necessary to use a new line.
    Oh, that's perfect then, thanks! I thought it had to be like exactly as the mark scheme but it's different each time so I was v. confused.
 
 
 
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