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1. urgent help with M1 OCR - please!!!
Would you be able to help me out on a couple of q's for M1 please?
http://www.xtremepapers.com/papers/O...hs/2005%20Jun/
Its the exam with the code 4728
It's M1 and its questions 5 part 1 and c
and questions 6 part 1 - a.b and c
Thanks in advance... BTW not entering my working as it is shocking as I genuinely had very litttle idea as to what the question was asking...

My exams really soon and i need help with it!!! will give +/ve rep
2. Re: urgent help with M1 OCR - please!!!
3. Re: urgent help with M1 OCR - please!!!
have you looked at the mark scheme?
4. Re: urgent help with M1 OCR - please!!!
(Original post by Riya2595)
have you looked at the mark scheme?
yeap, i still dont understand...
5. Re: urgent help with M1 OCR - please!!!
basically, just think of it as being rotated 90 degrees anti clockwise. Thats what i do, and draw it out the other way round. That way you will see that there will be a normal reaction force vertically from the wire onto the rings etc.. ( for 5i)
6. Re: urgent help with M1 OCR - please!!!
(Original post by louise_234)
basically, just think of it as being rotated 90 degrees anti clockwise. Thats what i do, and draw it out the other way round. That way you will see that there will be a normal reaction force vertically from the wire onto the rings etc.. ( for 5i)
I will try this out, thanks
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