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2. (Original post by coolguy123456)
Where's the first question from? (which paper)
Jan 2015 international, it's likely a question similar to this will appear on tuesday
3. (Original post by Katiee224)
Jan 2015 international, it's likely a question similar to this will appear on tuesday
The way i understand it is that if it says 2 full revolutions, you make your "theta" in the first case 30t equal to 720 degrees as it's 2 full revolutions and for the other one you do = to 4pi and then solve for t.
4. (Original post by coolguy123456)
The way i understand it is that if it says 2 full revolutions, you make your "theta" in the first case 30t equal to 720 degrees as it's 2 full revolutions and for the other one you do = to 4pi and then solve for t.
guess that makes sense, thanks

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