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Chris Graham 2 years, 1 month ago
This was originally "watching grass grow". I have changed the context from 1st to 3rd person and changed grass to a sunflower, which seems a much more likely thing to measure.
Also used the random names extension, and as a result I've changed quite a lot of this, so I'm marking needs to be tested.
Elliott Fletcher 2 years, 2 months ago
Lovely question, definitely one of my favourite questions so far. Just a few grammatical comments
In the statement you probably should put a hyphen between observation and B as you have for "Observation-A"
a) good (the graph looks really nice)
b) I would delete the should in the question here
In the first (top left) bullet point, "take" should be "taken"
In the bottom left bullet point, you could change "millimeters" to just mm if you wanted.
c) you write "3^th day" but this should be "3^rd day"
I don't think you need a colon at the end, i would just put a full stop
e) "The power goes to you head" should be "The power goes to your head".
I would put a "why" after hence and before "this".
a) I would put the equation to calculate c in the second paragraph on it's own line using display mode.
"point's" should be "points"
I would put the multiplications in brackets here.
c) i don't think you need the colon here
d) Again i don't think you need the colon here.
e) "oustide" should be "outside"
Hopefully this question will inspire many young students to become grass length consultants in the future!
Bradley Bush 2 years, 2 months agoCreated this as a copy of Find the equation of a line through two points - zero gradient.
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