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AqA AS GEOGRAPHY Paper 2 JUNE 2022 QP> Human Geography and Geography Fieldwork Investigation
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Question 1 Changing places 0 1 . 1 Which one of the following statements describes an ‘experienced’ place? [1 mark] A A place seen on a tourist advertisement. B A place in which a person grew up. C A place researched using qualitative sources. D A place which is familiar from a television series. . 2 In which of the following do both pieces of data show an exogenous characteristic of a place? box A The city is in a wide valley surrounded by moorland. B The ...

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AS GEOGRAPHY 7036/2 Paper 2 Mark scheme June 2022> Human Geography and Geography Fieldwork Investigation
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01 1 Which one of the following statements describes an ‘experienced’ place? B A place in which a person grew up. 1 AO1 = 1 01 2 In which of the following do both pieces of data show an exogenous characteristic of a place? 1 AO1 = 1 01 3 Outline how oral sources, such as songs, can be useful when investigating people’s attachment to a place. Point marked Award one mark for each relevant point with extra mark(s) for developed points (d). For example: Notes for answers ...

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AqA AS GEOGRAPHY 7036/1 Paper 1 June 2022 Mark scheme Physical Geography and People and the Environment
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01 1 Which of the following describes the cryospheric store of water? D All water stored in its solid state in glaciers, ice caps and sea ice. 1 AO1 = 1 01 2 Which of the following outlines a positive feedback in the water cycle? D Increased water vapour in the atmosphere acts as a greenhouse gas  atmosphere warms up  more water is evaporated from the oceans  vapour increases in the atmosphere. 1 AO1 = 1 01 3 Outline features of a flood hydrograph. Point marked Award...

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AqA AS GEOGRAPHY Paper 1 JUNE 2022 >Physical Geography and People and the Environment
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Question 1 Water and carbon cycles 0 1 . 1 Which of the following describes the cryospheric store of water? [1 mark] A All water stored as liquid in the atmosphere. B All water stored as vapour in the atmosphere. C All water stored in its liquid state at the Earth’s surface. D All water stored in its solid state in glaciers, ice caps and sea ice. . 2 Which of the following outlines a positive feedback in the water cycle? Increased CO2 in the atmosphere warmer temperature...

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Unit 1 Exploring Business - Assignment 1 *DISTINCTION* Features contributing to the success of contrasting businesses
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BTEC Business Level 3 - Unit 1 Exploring Business Assignment 1. *DISTINCTION* Assignment on Mercedes Benz and Cancer Research UK. "Features contributing to the success of contrasting businesses". P1: Explain the features of two contrasting businesses. P2: Explain how two contrasting businesses are influenced by stakeholders. P3: Explore the organisation structures, aims and objectives of two contrasting businesses. M1: Assess the relationship and communication with stakeholders of two contrast...

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BTEC Applied Science - Physics Exam Questions. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of using radio waves instead of light waves to send large amounts of information from the satellite to the surface of the Earth. (4 marks) - ANSWER1. Light waves have a higher frequency than radio waves so light waves would take less time to transfer information. 2. Some of the radio waves reach the Earth's surface so they receive a clear signal. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of using: • An in...

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Btec Applied Science Unit One Biology – Complete Questions and Answers 2023
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Btec Applied Science Unit One Biology – Complete Questions and Answers 2023. What is the function of the plasmodestmata? correct answerTo allow materials to pass through the cell wall What is the function of the amyloplasts? correct answerStarch synthesis and storage Name three organelles which are only in plant cells correct answerVacuole, chloroplasts, cell wall Define eukaryotic cells correct answerAre part of a multicellular organisms Define prokaryotic cells correct answerAre unicell...

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BTEC Applied Science Unit One Chemistry – Complete Questions and Answers 2023
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BTEC Applied Science Unit One Chemistry – Complete Questions and Answers 2023. What happens when an electron absorbs radiation? correct answerIt moves from the ground state energy level to a higher energy level What happens when an electron moves from the higher energy levels to a lower energy level? correct answerEmits radiation Define Ionic bonding correct answerThe electrostatic attraction between oppositely charged ions Where does ionic bonding occur?l correct answerbetween metals and...

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BTEC APPLIED SCIENCE UNIT 11 Genetics and Genetic Engineering – Learning Aim D
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BTEC APPLIED SCIENCE UNIT 11 Genetics and Genetic Engineering – Learning Aim D. You are applying to do work experience in a molecular biology laboratory. As part of the application process, you have been asked to produce an illustrative report to demonstrate your understanding of DNA, RNA and protein synthesis and the consequences of error occurring in protein synthesis. Task Produce an illustrated report that assesses the impact of error in the stages of protein synthesis, discusses the...

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BTEC Applied Science - Physics Exam Questions. Explain 2 advantages of using digital signals instead of analogue signals to transmit television programmes. (2 marks) - ANSWER1. Digital Signals can carry more info than Analogue signals. 2. Less interference so better quality is produced. Give 2 other differences between visible light waves and sound waves. (2 marks) - ANSWER1. Visible light is electromagnetic whereas sound is a vibration 2. Sound waves has a lower frequency than visible ligh...

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Btec Applied Science Unit One Biology – Complete Questions and Answers 2023
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Btec Applied Science Unit One Biology – Complete Questions and Answers 2023. What is the function of the Golgi apparatus? correct answerModified and packaged proteins into vesicles for transport What is the function of the lysosomes? correct answerDigests old cell material and waste What is the function of the centrioles? correct answerForm into spindle fibres for cell division What is the function of the chloroplasts? correct answerphotosynthesis What is the function of the tonoplasts? c...

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BTEC Applied Science Unit One Chemistry – Complete Questions and Answers 2023
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BTEC Applied Science Unit One Chemistry – Complete Questions and Answers 2023. How many electrons can each orbital hold? correct answerTwo How many electrons can be held in each sub shell? correct answerS - 2 P - 6 D - 10 F - 18 Put the sub shells in order do their energy, lowest to highest correct answerS, p, d and f How do we fill the p and d subshells correct answersingly first and then doubly What is an orbital? correct answerA region of space around the nucleus where there is a 95%...

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BTEC APPLIED SCIENCE UNIT 11 Genetics and Genetic Engineering – Learning Aim D
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BTEC APPLIED SCIENCE UNIT 11 Genetics and Genetic Engineering – Learning Aim D. A phosphate group, a sugar, and a base are the three components of a nucleotide. (“What are the three components of a nucleotide - B”) They are sugars and bases that make up DNA and RNA. An organic molecule is referred to as a base. Purines and pyrimidines are the two types of bases. Purines are adenine and guanine, while pyrimidines are thymine, uracil, and cytosine. (“Expand ATP class 12 biology CBSE”...

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BTEC Applied Science - Physics Exam Questions. State what is meant by the term analogue signal (1 mark) - ANSWERA signal that can have any value State what is meant by the term digital signal (1 mark) - ANSWERA signal that has 2 values only which are 0 and 1. Explain 2 advantages of using digital signals instead of analogue signals to transmit television programmes. (2 marks) - ANSWER1. Digital Signals can carry more info than Analogue signals. 2. Less interference so better quality is prod...

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BTEC Applied Science Unit One Biology – Complete Questions and Answers 2023
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BTEC Applied Science Unit One Biology – Complete Questions and Answers 2023. What is the function of the mitochondria? correct answercellular respiration What is the function of the ribosomes? correct answerprotein synthesis What is the function of the smooth endoplasmic reticulum? correct answerSynthesis and transport of lipids and carbohydrates What is the function of the Golgi apparatus? correct answerModified and packaged proteins into vesicles for transport What is the function of t...

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BTEC Applied Science Unit One Chemistry – Complete Questions and Answers 2023. How many electrons can each orbital hold? correct answerTwo How many electrons can be held in each sub shell? correct answerS - 2 P - 6 D - 10 F - 18 Put the sub shells in order do their energy, lowest to highest correct answerS, p, d and f How do we fill the p and d subshells correct answersingly first and then doubly What is an orbital? correct answerA region of space around the nucleus where there is a 95%...

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BTEC APPLIED SCIENCE UNIT 11 Genetics and Genetic Engineering – Learning Aim D. BTEC APPLIED SCIENCE UNIT 11 Genetics and Genetic Engineering – Learning Aim D. BTEC APPLIED SCIENCE UNIT 11 Genetics and Genetic Engineering – Learning Aim D

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The whole of GCSE Cold War. A very well-sorted timeline can give a good understanding of the Cold War as all events are arranged based on their dates. There are also notes made throughout the timeline to deepen the understanding, good examples, and links made between the events to emphasize relations which will help you to easily make links to events during the exam.

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