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Multiple choice answers
« on: June 14, 2012, 07:57:41 pm »
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Making a new thread since the last one went way off-topic. Please feel free to share and discuss your multiple choice answers in this thread. :)

1. A
2. B
3. C
4. A
5. D
6. A
7. D
8. A
9. B
10. C
11. D
12. B
13. C
14. C
15. A
16. D
17. C
18. B
19. C
20. B
21. B
22. D
23. D
24. B
25. D
26. C
27. A
28. B
29. D
30. A
31. A
32. B
33. A
34. A
35. C
36. D
37. B
38. C
39. B
40. D
41. B
42. D
43. B
44. C
45. B
46. D
47. A
48. D
49. A
50. B
51. C
52. C
53. B
54. B
55. A
56. B
57. C
58. A
59. B
60. A
61. D
62. D
63. D
64. D
65. A
66. C
67. D
68. A
69. D
70. C
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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2012, 07:59:41 pm »
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Okay a MCQ answer thread for those who want it. If you post offtopic, your post will be deleted and you'll be probated.

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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2012, 08:22:39 pm »
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I got most of ur answers but these were different: 1. C (think it is A now) 2.C  8.B 10.B 20.A 23.C 27.B 34.B 36.A 40.C 42.C 46.C 47.D 49.C 52.D 57.A 58.B 59. D 60.B 63.B 64.A 65.D and 66.D
I Got lost with some of the humanities q.s tho which where most my answers wre different to urs
With q.23 it can't be D because at first 3 and q were compared and q was put before 3 so q can't be 4.
I also realized now that on the very last page they have all these acknowledgements. And it includes 'dynaminism of a dog on a leash' (energy option was probs right) and 'the melancholy and mystery of a street'
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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #3 on: June 14, 2012, 08:51:28 pm »
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I put B for question two because I interpreted it as things like love and friendship, which are not really 'learnt'.

For question 8, I put A because if we average the plant grades from plants 3 and 4 (which answer B fits between), the plant quality is lower than 4. Instead, A would guarantee the desired result, even if it excludes some possibilities.

B is definitely a possibility for question 10. I chose C because the passage states "it can be quite an affront to parental self-regard". We'll see how this one pans out.

Again, I'm not overly comfortable with my response for question 20. I substituted the word 'responsibility' for 'accountability' and found that B was the most correct choice.

My answer to question 23 is wrong for sure. :P

I interpreted sustainability as a business' ability to sustain itself in question 27.

I think I got questions 34 and 36 wrong as well. :P

Question 40 had blurred legs, which depicted movement. Hence, I made a connection to energy.

How did you get C for question 42?! That one was clearly not the answer! I chose D because the first two options were generalisations, whereas option D was a genuine possibility.

I don't know how to do question 46. Could you explain how you managed to do that?

With question 47, I got A because the area would be considerably bigger, even if the whole car park was made for customers only. This question confused me a little.

I got A for question 49 due to the location of the thicker material (sections II and V). No matter how this is stitched, each other square will be touching (and hence attached to) the squares of thicker material. I also found this question a bit confusing.

I think you may have looked at the wrong line in question 52. D: I got C because the description fits the curved line quite well. Your response would suggest a less rapid increase at the start of the curve, which is clearly not the case.

Misread questions 57 and 58 and consequently answered question 59 wrong as well. :P

A lot of people stuffed up Unit 19 because they didn't realise that all arrows must be functioning in order for the next component to work. This is how I managed to get answers A and D for questions 60 and 63.

I had no clue with questions 64-66. I chose D for 64 because of the statement "an attempt to take their art back to its roots". Not sure if that's entirely correct. Haha.

I chose a for question 65 due to the sentence "Other artists had to avoid subway repair crews working nearby at night".

Question 66 was open to interpretation to options C and D, in my opinion. The key sentence for me was "Their work is now sold in galleries, and they make money. But in that process they have lost something valuable to them. The Underbelly Project was meant to get something of that back."
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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #4 on: June 14, 2012, 09:03:28 pm »
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Did you all take the answer books home or something?
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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #5 on: June 14, 2012, 09:04:20 pm »
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Yeah I took the question book home. I also circled my answers in it during the exam. :)
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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #6 on: June 14, 2012, 09:48:41 pm »
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Steve Q23 is definately C because if you read the start it says the numbers are from 1-9 and then in the table 'r' is larger than 7 therefore it could only be 8 or 9
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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #7 on: June 14, 2012, 09:49:28 pm »
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Yeah I realised that after I handed the paper in. Nevermind. :P
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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #8 on: June 14, 2012, 10:04:31 pm »
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What did you guys do for the question with the 38 white tiles and you had to find the total number of tiles?
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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #9 on: June 14, 2012, 10:35:07 pm »
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I just calculated that when n equals 8 you would have 36 white tiles and thats the maximum number of white tiles you could have because when n = 9 there are 40 white tiles. And to find the black tiles is just squaring the value of n. So after you got the black, you added the number of black and white tiles together.

If you chose D. 121 then you would have rounded the number of white tiles up

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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #10 on: June 14, 2012, 11:06:11 pm »
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How did you get C for question 42?! That one was clearly not the answer! I chose B because the first two options were generalisations, whereas option D was a genuine possibility.
Oh yea i got that one wrong too .
With question 63, wen i did it component 9 resulted in 9 that wouldnt work whereas option D, cimponent 12, turned out to be 8 not working. That's why i chose B.
For q.46 cause it was 300m square for the restaurant you would need 3 staff spaces, and 30 customer spaces. Altogether 33 car spaces, and since one bicycle space equals 3 car spaces, you end up with 11 bicycle spaces. But like with q. 47 option A is too broad so you can't determind which option has largest GFA :D
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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #11 on: June 15, 2012, 10:08:33 am »
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Yeah it looks like I missed an arrow for question 63. :P

How do you know that it was 3 staff places and 30 customer places in question 46? There would be any possibility there - hence it could not be determined with the information given.

You can determine question 47. It involves letting option A simply being customer spaces as this is the smallest combination (which is essentially 1 space per 25m^2 GFA). Now if you multiply this by 70, you get a bigger area than the other two options, meaning that option A will be the largest regardless of which combination of staff and customer places exist.
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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #12 on: June 15, 2012, 11:31:41 am »
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How do you know that it was 3 staff places and 30 customer places in question 46? There would be any possibility there - hence it could not be determined with the information given.

Restaurant had 1 space per 100m^2 for staff and 10m^2 for customers. 300m^2 total area means there are 3 spaces for staff (300/100) and 30 spaces for customers (300/10). Bicycle spaces are 1 space per 3 total car spaces, hence bicycle spaces are 11 ([30+3]/3).
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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #13 on: June 15, 2012, 12:31:40 pm »
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Oh I get it now! I interpreted that question very differently to how you've just explained it. :P Now I'm wondering if I got question 47 wrong as well... :/

EDIT: Just realised I fluked question 47. Thanks to InsaneMcFries explanation of the task, I can explain how I got A. Basically, for every 100m^2 of car space, there will be 1 staff place and 4 customer places. This means that there are 5 car spaces every 100m^2. Multiply this by 14 (this will give you 70 spaces) and you will get 1400m^2, which is bigger than option B (1000m^2) and option C (1200m^2).

So that leaves me with 8 incorrect answers already. I'll be really happy if I can get 50/70 overall. :P
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Re: Multiple choice answers
« Reply #14 on: June 15, 2012, 01:14:58 pm »
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Oh I get it now! I interpreted that question very differently to how you've just explained it. :P Now I'm wondering if I got question 47 wrong as well... :/

EDIT: Just realised I fluked question 47. Thanks to InsaneMcFries explanation of the task, I can explain how I got A. Basically, for every 100m^2 of car space, there will be 1 staff place and 4 customer places. This means that there are 5 car spaces every 100m^2. Multiply this by 14 (this will give you 70 spaces) and you will get 1400m^2, which is bigger than option B (1000m^2) and option C (1200m^2).

So that leaves me with 8 incorrect answers already. I'll be really happy if I can get 50/70 overall. :P
Same mistake for question 46, just instantly thought its not possible. Should've have tested it out like question 47. I think for MC I got 28~/35 and Humanities I have no idea, probably 20~/35 English was pretty average, wrote short pieces I'll think for standardised score I'll get 30~.