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need help with this question ty
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3 years ago
#2
As there are 60 minutes in an hour you need to divide each of the numbers that are in the second column (Mass of sucrose hydrolysed by SPS in 1 hour/micrograms) by 60. So your rates from top to bottom in standard form should be:

1.17x10-3
1.50x10-3
1.83x10-3
2.50x10-3
3.33x10-3
4.00x10-3

All my answers are to 2 decimal places because the second column has data to 2 decimal places
Hope this helps
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#3
(Original post by Hajra Momoniat)
As there are 60 minutes in an hour you need to divide each of the numbers that are in the second column (Mass of sucrose hydrolysed by SPS in 1 hour/micrograms) by 60. So your rates from top to bottom in standard form should be:

1.17x10-3
1.50x10-3
1.83x10-3
2.50x10-3
3.33x10-3
4.00x10-3

All my answers are to 2 decimal places because the second column has data to 2 decimal places
Hope this helps
you're brilliant tysm!
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3 years ago
#4
(Original post by Hajra Momoniat)
As there are 60 minutes in an hour you need to divide each of the numbers that are in the second column (Mass of sucrose hydrolysed by SPS in 1 hour/micrograms) by 60. So your rates from top to bottom in standard form should be:

1.17x10-3
1.50x10-3
1.83x10-3
2.50x10-3
3.33x10-3
4.00x10-3

All my answers are to 2 decimal places because the second column has data to 2 decimal places
Hope this helps
It would be great if rather than just giving the answers like this you could encourage the OP to find the answer for themselves - after all, they won't have you in the exam to do it for them! Thanks
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3 years ago
#5
(Original post by Virolite)
you're brilliant tysm!
np
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3 years ago
#6
(Original post by Reality Check)
It would be great if rather than just giving the answers like this you could encourage the OP to find the answer for themselves - after all, they won't have you in the exam to do it for them! Thanks
O ok.
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#7
(Original post by Reality Check)
It would be great if rather than just giving the answers like this you could encourage the OP to find the answer for themselves - after all, they won't have you in the exam to do it for them! Thanks
I have the mark scheme and I still didn't know, im not stupid kid...
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1 month ago
#8
(Original post by Hajra Momoniat)
As there are 60 minutes in an hour you need to divide each of the numbers that are in the second column (Mass of sucrose hydrolysed by SPS in 1 hour/micrograms) by 60. So your rates from top to bottom in standard form should be:

1.17x10-3
1.50x10-3
1.83x10-3
2.50x10-3
3.33x10-3
4.00x10-3

All my answers are to 2 decimal places because the second column has data to 2 decimal places
Hope this helps
how do you plot that on the graph using excel
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