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  Answers  
     
  General marking principles

Use your best judgement in deciding whether the answer corresponds with the details below.

Pupils may provide evidence in any form as long as its meaning can be understood. Diagrams, symbols or words are acceptable for explanations or for indicating an answer.

Where a pupil has unambiguously indicated the correct answer, the mark(s) should be awarded. In particular, a pupil may meet the requirement by annotating elsewhere in the answer section for each question.

The correct final answer should be awarded the mark(s).

Marks should be awarded for simple transcription errors in larger numbers of 4-digits.

No marks should be awarded for crossed-out answers or working.
 
     
 
q1   1135
q2   84
q3   1
q4   223
q5   77972
q6   99
q7   39
q8   35
q9   54
q10   226538
q11   441
q12   1211
q13   72.704
q14   507248
q15   2345
q16   747
q17   13.796
 
                      
     
  Total Marks available: 20  
 

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