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# Gcse aqa trilogy higher: Chemistry markscheme watch

1. What did everyone get for the surface area?
2. 24,

Volume = 8, therefore length = cube root 8: 2.

Area of one face of the cube= 2 * 2 = 4cm^2

There are 6 faces on a cube, therefore surface area = 6 * 4 = 24cm^2
3. (Original post by RobEaster)
24,

Volume = 8, therefore length = cube root 8: 2.

Area of one face of the cube= 2 * 2 = 4cm^2

There are 6 faces on a cube, therefore surface area = 6 * 4 = 24cm^2
****, I did 4*5, how many marks do you think I’ll get?
4. I think it was only a 2 mark question, so 1 mark I assume.
5. (Original post by RobEaster)
I think it was only a 2 mark question, so 1 mark I assume.
Yeah, I hope it was only 2 marks. I did put 2*2=4 so I think I’ll get a mark for that.

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