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What GCSEs would you need to become a mechanical engineer

Triple science is probably best but good science grades. Maths at a good grade and then the options don’t really matter!

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5(p+7)=8

Firstly, expand the left side of the equation. You can do this by multiplying the 5 by both terms in the brackets. This will get you 5p + 35 = 8 Then, we want to isolate p. To do this, we can subtract 35 from both sides of the equation. 5p = 8 - 35 -> 5p = -27 Finally, divide both sides by 5 to obtain the value of p. p = -27/5

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Depict the manipulation of power in animal farm?

For this question, you could include: - build up of power by language- this can be seen through the pigs' manipulation of commandment: 'whatever goes upon two legs is enemy...'. The pigs use their mannerism to convince the others + persuade them into thinking it was vital to communicate with the other creatures around. They further modify the 4th commandment ('no animals shall sleep in a bed)- to... more

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Advantages: work spread out so gradual rather like a marathon Deadlines over a while so easier to balance Disadvantaged: hard to motivate yourself to do each assignment, feels like it's never ending Got a set amount of time for exam so easier to plan revision Hope this answers your question.

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What are the best learning aides or techniques to help children (10 to 12yrs) who have difficulty paying attention/focusing?

I find there are a few ways to keep younger students engaged when they have trouble focusing for extended periods of time: 1. Although you might be trying to teach a particular grammatical point or skill eg reading comprehension, you can link the source material to their interests. For example use a text about space, an interesting artist or even an engaging passage from a book they might like. F... more

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