Paper 6 physics is really easy, but I have a little question on plotting graphs.
my values here are 0.22, 0.03, 0.04, and 0.05
I need to put these on the x-axis, and i have 60 squares, divided into 5. so every 10 squares i can put a number. But how do i include them all? do i have to start from 0? 0.22 is just too far off from the rest, so it ends up being a really small graph
anyone help, please? thanks.
btw, its question 1 (a) and (b) October/November 2010. variant 1. -0625/61
Last edited by being green; 27-05-2012 at 20:34.
Same here, dude..same here. Chem 6 and Phy 3 have all but shattered me. Suddenly, it seems as if all those shiny A*s on all the tests have ceased to matter
But we mustn't lose hope, I guess. I mean EVERYONE's papers went bad so it's not like CIE's gonna have no A*s this year..they'll HAVE to lower threshholds, won't they? And even if they don't 150/200 for Physics is still pretty get-able, even with the bitch of a paper.
(Original post by Mule)
Yes I had that one aswell - Variant 1. So difficult!
Seriously... I went into these exams confident due to my grades on all tests we've done and on past papers coupled with my many hours of revision, and after this - especially chemistry practical, and physics paper 3 (i'm not sure about Biology) my confidence is shattered, I feel so depressed. It feels like all my work has been for nothing and everyone is going to be shocked and disappointed in me...
LOL I put it anticlockwise...then clockwise..and then (can you believe it!?) stationary. I thought of the same thing..that the moments should still be same (cuz wont the perpendicular distances be the same) but honestly, that question should never have been set in the first place!
(Original post by lolbob)
lol i got it wrong anyway XD
i put anticlockwise then changed to stationary..
cuz the moment's still the same..idk lol
isnt the cosine theta thing still the same? XD
Last edited by usamashafqat; 27-05-2012 at 23:38.