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    started my chem course a while back and although i luv the subject i cud use some help! its foundation chemistry on the OCR course. so anyone brave enuf to take on a doomed student? i'll giv as gud as i get.
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    (Original post by shabz)
    started my chem course a while back and although i luv the subject i cud use some help! its foundation chemistry on the OCR course. so anyone brave enuf to take on a doomed student? i'll giv as gud as i get.
    I can try and help, what is it you need help with?
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    im doing this mock paper on electronegaticity and calculating mass and polar molecules, hydrogen bonds and most importantly a flowchart on the uses of calcium carbonate....
    ..its pretty simple **** but i gotta have it done in an hour and my minds blank!
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    (Original post by shabz)
    im doing this mock paper on electronegaticity and calculating mass and polar molecules, hydrogen bonds and most importantly a flowchart on the uses of calcium carbonate....
    ..its pretty simple **** but i gotta have it done in an hour and my minds blank!
    So whats that electrochemical cells?
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    electrochemical cells???
    you're either talking **** or talking clever either way
    you've lost me!
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    (Original post by shabz)
    electrochemical cells???
    you're either talking **** or talking clever either way
    you've lost me!
    What exactly do you need help with? PM/email me if you like and I'll help if I can (I would love to help, since that should put off my godawful maths homework even more..!)
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    (Original post by MadNatSci)
    What exactly do you need help with? PM/email me if you like and I'll help if I can (I would love to help, since that should put off my godawful maths homework even more..!)
    Hehe would that be QB?
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    Hehe would that be QB?

    Ah... yes. Don't let me put you off, it's great, honest! *ahem*
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    Ah... yes. Don't let me put you off, it's great, honest! *ahem*
    Don't worry, you havent!
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    Ah... yes. Don't let me put you off, it's great, honest! *ahem*
    Aw, I feel sorry for you - I opted for maths A. Still - all those wonderous statistics. Must be as interesting as the phonebook.

    Ben
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    Aw, I feel sorry for you - I opted for maths A. Still - all those wonderous statistics. Must be as interesting as the phonebook.

    Ben
    You're doing hardcore maths then....isnt that even worse?
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    Aw, I feel sorry for you - I opted for maths A. Still - all those wonderous statistics. Must be as interesting as the phonebook.

    Ben

    lol - Maths A?! Yeah, I'd so love that! mmmmmmmm calculus... no thank you! I can *just* about cope with differential equations
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    lol - Maths A?! Yeah, I'd so love that! mmmmmmmm calculus... no thank you! I can *just* about cope with differential equations
    Dear, dear - I'll just settle for a cup of coffee and some integration.

    Gnite.
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    At least you aren't retaking P2 and P3, because you got 4 A's in modules and 2 E's.... basic integration and differentiation, fine, product rule? wtf? and i'm sure i should know some other ones, cos^2? sin^2? small angles of theta?... just give me mechanics... problem is the mechanics that's actually useful involves calculus weirdness anyway... guess i should just knuckle down, sort my differentiate cos^2x from my integrate 2e^2+x and learn all this crayness, i'm sure that calculus with trig is really important for sound engineering.. how fortunate that's just my favourite bit...
 
 
 
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