"If a person has a basal metabolic rate of 6,800 kJ per day, assuming that the rate remains constant throughout the day, how much power does the body consume per second?" I'd like to point out here that my answer would have been 0 W s^-1, but as it was not an option, I went for 'none of the above'. And it was wrong. And no #UoLfeedback on it.
For the #BS1003 essay is there definately a 10% allowance on the 1500 words? Which would mean I could have up to 1650 words (excluding citations and references), because if not I need to trim my essay down more!
Handed in the first practical write up today for BS1003, I found it quite a challenge especially the maths side of things, is anyone else finding the step up from school to uni bigger than they thought it would be?
Question - in secondary referencing, the information says that we can only reference the work we actually read in the list of references at the end, and can only mention the original reference in the text. However, we are also told to use the Vancouver system of referencing, which doesn't reference within the text, only at the end. Erm. Help?