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Posted 8/7/07
What's a good place to overview 9th grade biology?
Posted 8/7/07
^ BBC Bitesize is generally a good start for revision.
It works to the British Curriculum, but there shouldn't be that much difference.
9th grade is what's known as "year 10" or Key Stage 3 (KS3) in Britain.

Here's the KS3 Science Revision site;
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks3bitesize/science/

*proud to have been the first person to actually do any "helping" in a help thread*
When are you guys going to stop chatting?
Posted 8/7/07
It's about time someone made this thread lol
now you can do my homework for me haha jk
...maybe
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Posted 8/7/07

SeraphAlford wrote:

Anime comes first, then my future. *Nod-nod*


lol. amen to that brother haha. no just be sure that you watch 6 episode max. a day. dont think ah that was a great ep., i wonder how the next one is. i guess you can spend 1,5 hour watching anime and then use the rest of your time for studying. you wont make ur mum happy with low grades ya know. but good luck to you, you anime addict
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Posted 8/7/07

mnkybusiness212 wrote:

What's a good place to overview 9th grade biology?



http://sciencespot.net/Pages/classbio.html#Anchor-cells


Checking out the last URL that was posted in reply to your question, it seems better for what you're looking for. However, this URL has some other info that may come in handy to know depending on what school you go to. Thanks for your question.


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Posted 8/7/07
for me i forgot everything about school even what happened in school
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I'm wondering how hard AP chemistry will be. I've heard of a few people getting easy As in the class, but getting a 1 on the test. x(

Also, I'm wondering what website would be good for learning beginners chemistry and biology, since I'll be taking both.
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Posted 8/7/07
i go back aug 23rd and i got advanced math so here comes algebra
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Posted 8/7/07

azjurai wrote:

Start watching 2-4 episodes a day, use the extra hour(ish) to brush up on your basic algebra.Cut back to 1-2 episodes a month(ish) before exams, use the two hours for study and baking.


yeah...i agree with her.....but not sure bout the baking though...hehe...and nice avi..azjurai
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dandylion wrote:

I'm wondering how hard AP chemistry will be. I've heard of a few people getting easy As in the class, but getting a 1 on the test. x(

Also, I'm wondering what website would be good for learning beginners chemistry and biology, since I'll be taking both.


I loved AP Chem. It was fun.
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dandylion wrote:

I'm wondering how hard AP chemistry will be. I've heard of a few people getting easy As in the class, but getting a 1 on the test. x(

Also, I'm wondering what website would be good for learning beginners chemistry and biology, since I'll be taking both.


Henz's page covers that-

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks3bitesize/science/

Keep up the questions.
EDIT:

Can anyone refer me to a website with an overview of Human psychology? Also, I’ve been asked to purchase and read a book called A Stitch in Time. Don’t tell me what happened, but if anybody’s read it can you give me an idea of what its about? Is it a good book? Just curious as to what is just up the road for me.
Posted 8/19/07
A tank holds 180litres of water when full. It is 60cm long and 40cm wide.

It is 2/3 (two thirds) full


how many litres of water are in the tank now?


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Lmao I forgot how to do it..Need help
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Posted 8/19/07

littofia wrote:

A tank holds 180litres of water when full. It is 60cm long and 40cm wide.

It is 2/3 (two thirds) full


how many litres of water are in the tank now?


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Lmao I forgot how to do it..Need help :D


well, it seems to me that if it's 180 liters when full, and it's 2/3 full, then it would just be 2/3 of 180 liters.

i'm not sure why they gave you the other information, but if you need to find the height just remember that volume in this case would just be V=LWH.
Posted 8/19/07
thnx
Posted 8/19/07
Anyone in Scotland know any good website for Advanced Higher subjects? ^^
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