Hello, I'm doing B Medical Science which as you know required 12 units of math for first year.
I achieved band 6 in General Maths, am tutoring myself in 2u atm online, girlfriend did 4unit and is teaching me as well.
My question is do you think I require both intro courses, Math1111...
I didn't do UMAT in 2014 because I didn't think i wanted to go into the medical field, but now I do since my atar was higher than I expected and i think i could do it.
I got accepted into Science Advanced for 2015.
So can I do UMAT in 2015, use my ATAR that I got in 2014 and apply to med...
http://www.filedropper.com/topics
Those are what I used alone and got 91 in pde.
Topics are
- Factors affecting performance
- health prio in australia
- improving performance
- sports med
I know what you're talking about the diff simpsons forumla for area yeah ? I used the standard one for Surface area
I did it because volume = surface area * depth
pretty sure its the same answer for both i just did the longer way because im use to it unless it explicitly states
The bus stated 10 single trips (5 return trips) so 5 days not 10 days.
The total question is
Xuso is comparing the costs of 2 different ways of travelling to uni
Motocycle uses one litre for every 17km travelled. Cost of fuel is 1.67$/L and a distance to home to uni is 34km. Cost of...
yes sorry i wrote it wrong i did 3 hours as well, the difference in longitude is 47 degrees, so 47 / 15 = 3.133333333 (i dont have a calculator on me atm but thats the answer in min, sec)
so yup 3 hours something sorry
the degrees where singapore 1n, 104e and sydney 34s, 151e. So all you do is 151- 104 divided by 15 convert to minutes and seconds and you get 2 hour something (sydney ahead)
yup i got $0.30.
The bus was the amount 10 single trips (so 5 paired trips) so you just multiply 34 (motocycle trip) by 10 and you get 340 km, divide 340km by amount 17km and multiply it by 1.67 and you get it is 30c cheaper than 36.40$ by bus.
nop i got 2 hour 40 mins around there. You use the longitude (second number) in which the difference wasn't that big.
just divide the difference by 15 and change it to minutes/seconds and you got 2 hour something
"Sydney, Australia is 3 hours ahead of Singapore" - googled it so i got around that.
What was the multiple choice with the 40% decrease in water than 25% decrease in water ? was it 25% of the 40% or 64% ? i guessed C for that.
Other than that exam was a breeze look forward to a state rank already rank 1 internal fuarkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
we only got back multiple choice and options back lad, both is found in this topic (page 5,6,7) and the options topic under 'biology discussion' .
Short answers had our answers so it was taken
multiple choice is on page 6 of this discussion
NON INFECTIOUS, as to be infectious it must be
1. caused by a pathogen
2. be transferrable between people (non genetically)
which lead water is neither of these both
so it is non-infectious dw lad