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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    I went for my first house party of the academic year Saturday and now I feel truly settled into the school year :cool:
    No way me too
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    No way me too
    Was it an 18th birthday party??? :blow:
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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    I went for my first house party of the academic year Saturday and now I feel truly settled into the school year :cool:
    I had my first hangover at college of the year on friday after a night out :') definitely settled into year 13 now:')
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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    Was it an 18th birthday party??? :blow:
    Indeed it was haha

    Was good fun
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    (Original post by Meli.Hardege)
    I had my first hangover at college of the year on friday after a night out :') definitely settled into year 13 now:')
    Congratulations!:hahaha: I still haven't had a hangover yet, I hope I'm immune or something

    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Indeed it was haha

    Was good fun
    Maybe we were at the same one we were just hidden from each other or something:headbang:
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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    Congratulations!:hahaha: I still haven't had a hangover yet, I hope I'm immune or something
    How likely do you think that is? I'm hoping I have the same thing :lol:
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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    Congratulations!:hahaha: I still haven't had a hangover yet, I hope I'm immune or something



    Maybe we were at the same one we were just hidden from each other or something:headbang:
    Lol if you were at the one I was at we'd be hearing lots about that night

    Was crazy
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    How likely do you think that is? I'm hoping I have the same thing :lol:
    Not very unfortunately :sigh: BUT THERE IS STILL HOPE YET!

    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Lol if you were at the one I was at we'd be hearing lots about that night

    Was crazy
    Ours was pretty average crazy to be honest, so probably not:nah:
    I mean, the birthday girl passed out after drinking an insane amount and some people gatecrashed from my friend's band and then stole a slab of the birthday girl's garden path but ayyyyy
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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    Ours was pretty average crazy to be honest, so probably not:nah:
    I mean, the birthday girl passed out after drinking an insane amount and some people gatecrashed from my friend's band and then stole a slab of the birthday girl's garden path but ayyyyy
    I'm really glad I didn't go to the 18th I was invited to this weekend. It sounds like one guy's drink was spiked and he ripped up a fence and caused £800 worth of damage... and someone else let the neighbour's cows out which caused chaos in the morning. Rather crazy. Hopefully the rest won't be as bad as that!
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    (Original post by LeFailFish)
    I'm really glad I didn't go to the 18th I was invited to this weekend. It sounds like one guy's drink was spiked and he ripped up a fence and caused £800 worth of damage... and someone else let the neighbour's cows out which caused chaos in the morning. Rather crazy. Hopefully the rest won't be as bad as that!
    Oh my goodness! Usually with ours there's always one or two people that don't drink to kind of look after the rest so people don't get too reckless... but wow... that's insane!! Good thing you weren't there, I remember a girl in my year hosted a house party a couple of years ago without her parents knowing and someone smashed the sink in their newly refurbished bathroom!
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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    Congratulations!:hahaha: I still haven't had a hangover yet, I hope I'm immune or something
    Drink lots of water before you fall asleep, prevents hangovers
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Drink lots of water before you fall asleep, prevents hangovers
    Okay, thanks!! :-D
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    I'm a little curious about something. Intuitively, what do you think the optimal angle for launching a projectile is if you want it to go as far as possible?

    Did you need to think about it?
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I'm a little curious about something. Intuitively, what do you think the optimal angle for launching a projectile is if you want it to go as far as possible?

    Did you need to think about it?
    45 degrees? It just seems like that's the natural answer
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I'm a little curious about something. Intuitively, what do you think the optimal angle for launching a projectile is if you want it to go as far as possible?

    Did you need to think about it?
    Well I know it's 45 so I can't really say it was my intuition
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I'm a little curious about something. Intuitively, what do you think the optimal angle for launching a projectile is if you want it to go as far as possible?

    Did you need to think about it?
    My teacher asked me this today no joke, yeah I'd say 45 because any bigger and the thing your projecting will go to high up and any lower it's going to hit the ground too soon


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    (Original post by NinjaPandaa)
    My teacher asked me this today no joke, yeah I'd say 45 because any bigger and the thing your projecting will go to high up and any lower it's going to hit the ground too soon


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    It depends. From one level to the same level, yes, it is (and I can show you the proof if you'd like), but from one level to a different one is a different matter...

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    (Original post by TLHroolz)
    It depends. From one level to the same level, yes, it is (and I can show you the proof if you'd like), but from one level to a different one is a different matter...

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    ah I assumed we were talking just horizontal ground, I can do the proof too I literally did it today :cool:
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    (Original post by NinjaPandaa)
    ah I assumed we were talking just horizontal ground, I can do the proof too I literally did it today :cool:
    Awesome in Maths...? And how did you go about it?

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    (Original post by TLHroolz)
    Awesome in Maths...? And how did you go about it?

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    Yep, working out the horizontal distance in terms of sin2x and then differentiating and putting that equal to 0 giving x = 45

    That was such a rubbish explanation of what I've done though hahahahahha


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