smart, just borrow one from the maths department, thats what someone did at my school in the physics.Multiple choice was hard.
Short answer was medium... but I think that's only cause I was so put off from the multiple choice.
Essay's were good questions.. all of them
I FORGOT MY CALCULATOR!!!!!! Had to do everything in my head.. far out that cost me a band 6.. which I would've got too... oh well...
HSC = OVER... good bye and good riddance!!!!
housing noobwhat did you all put for the very first short answer about what contributed most to CPI?
but still, if u do the maths, its housingi put food because housing had a CPI of 110 and weighting of 20 while food had a CPI of 120 and weighting of 15. or something like that
yeah i put that too...lmao I put health or something, I'm pretty sure I am wrong
CPI = 150 weighting = 5
now i had 12c too..but accoridng to the other thread this is wrong. we alll got tricked. bloody BOSLOl yeh 12.c is right i didnt know if a higher hdi was good or bad
um yeh 19 i had problems with, but the level of unemployment would be the same and the labour force would be smaller. Thus unemployment rate would be higher .
for instance 1/3 < 1/2
is u/e rate unemployed /labour force :S
i got real confused in the exam
I put C as well because the labour force wouldnt change because they are still aged between 16 and 65 and if you are actively seeking employment then you are technically classed as employed thus it was C as unemployment goes up because they are not actively seeking work and the labour force would not change. Well I hope that was C because that is what I should have put either way.I believe the answer to that question was housing most of my friends got that... indeed multi choice was hard but that was all i thought question 19 would be C as the labour force would stay the same because even thou those people are not activly seeking work they still would be classified as unemployed therefore unemployment would go up but the hidden unemployment point is correct ...... same tricky question
accordong to the person who posted his answers to mulitchoice i would have lost 8 marks ....... which is like holy s**t :burn::burn::burn:
u times the cpi thingo with the percentage weighting thingeveryone at my school had different answers...
please go through the maths. what's the relationship between weighting, CPI figures for each item and inflation? I actually have no idea.