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7110_w06_qp_2 - Free Past Gcse/igcse/o & A Level/ib Exam Papers
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History - Free Past Gcse/igcse/o & A Level/ib Exam Papers
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Contents Free Past Gcse/igcse/o Level/ib Exam Papers
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General comments Most candidates produced well presented work of a high standard, as both teachers and candidates gained a degree of familiarity with the syllabus. Since its introduction discursive work has improved greatly and teachers/lecturers are to be praised for promoting this. Comments on specific questions Question 1 (a) This was successfully calculated by the great majority of candidates, with the exception of Return on Capital Employed, where some used the net profit rather than the profit .

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Ms 7361 Gce O Level Mathematics B.pdf - Free Exam Papers
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Agroecology Level 3 Memorandum - 1st Opportunity - Online Exam Papers
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Choose a Namibian weed that people have tried to control. Then briefly describe (3 marks) and evaluate (3 marks) the previously unsustainable attempts at control, and briefly describe a more sustainable approach that was subsequently applied (3 marks). [9] Model answer The aquatic weed, SaJvinia moJesta, originated in South America but was brought over to Africa, probably as an ornamental plant. It then spread over waterways such as the Chobe River, floating on the surface and blocking sunlight from .

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