Magnification answer AQA TRIPLE BIOLOGY 1

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For the magnification I saw 2.3 cm I converted it to 23 mm and used the formula to get 23 / 0.06 .
My answer became 383.
Most people got 400 by using 24/0.06 I used 23.
Would I get any of the 3 marks, I know what I what doing and showed I knew what was expected of me-my knowledge was there ?
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That was exactly what I done too. Hopefully it shall put us up a grade boundary. Also, what was with that axolat question, I literally died...
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That was exactly what I done too. Hopefully it shall put us up a grade boundary. Also, what was with that axolat question, I literally died...
Oh that question dieing due to lack of oxygen I said
-the axolat is a multi-celled organism so has a low surface are to volume ratio. This means diffusion doesn't happen at a rate high enough to transfer oxygen around to the heart and body so they die.
Its literally a topic in "exchanging substances" learnt it this morning before the exam and it came up.
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Cool did you get 91 for the rate of reaction question
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Oh that question dieing due to lack of oxygen I said
-the axolat is a multi-celled organism so has a low surface are to volume ratio. This means diffusion doesn't happen at a rate high enough to transfer oxygen around to the heart and body so they die.
Its literally a topic in "exchanging substances" learnt it this morning before the exam and it came up.
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Cool did you get 91 for the rate of reaction question
Elaborate please I forgot the question
Did you get
10 for the Rate of water loss
3.3 for Rate of photosynthesis in cm3/hour
malaria 1 mark did you get 91 per 100,000 in 2017
1.8 or 1.9 or 1.85 for the Rate of photosynthesis at 75 watts
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I got 3.3 , 91 and cant remember other two but the figures seem similar... gotta go English lit revision to cram😇
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