# Section I - Multiple Choice (1 Viewer)

#### jemske

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did anyone get 3 C and 5 as A?

#### HAZZA12

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did anyone get 3 C and 5 as A?
No i got 3 A and 5 B. i think you calculated the grid reference wrongly

#### ZacMac

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I think I got 20/20. 18/20 at the worst.

#### pb1234

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I think I got 20/20. 18/20 at the worst.
think i got 18/20, hopefully no lower

#### rabbitohs123

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i think he is right.
10 was definately not B. The annual precipitation was not 125mm, thats drought stuff
17 is C. The textbook defines exurbanisation as - "people, who are usually quite affluent, move from the city to rural areas"
18 I can understand being different because the line was inbetween the 2 possible answers.

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10 was definately not B. The annual precipitation was not 125mm, thats drought stuff
17 is C. The textbook defines exurbanisation as - "people, who are usually quite affluent, move from the city to rural areas"
18 I can understand being different because the line was inbetween the 2 possible answers.
Yeh i found 18 to be a pretty stupid question because of this reason

#### rabbitohs123

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Yeh i found 18 to be a pretty stupid question because of this reason
True

Every 1mm = 10 mL

The bottom of the line touches 8mm which = 480mL

The top touches 9mm which = 490mL

I figured 475 was the closest

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Which one was 18 and what were the answers for it?

#### rabbitohs123

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Which one was 18 and what were the answers for it?
What was the approximate amount of water used in 2000?

A- 450ML
B- 475ML
C- 500ML
D- 525ML

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What was the approximate amount of water used in 2000?

A- 450ML
B- 475ML
C- 500ML
D- 525ML

I think I said b from memory... That was the answer?

#### rabbitohs123

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I think I said b from memory... That was the answer?
That's what I got.

But I still dont know if it's right or not......