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    (Original post by ___Sophie___)
    If a question uses scientific notation should your answer also use scientific notation?
    Yes

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    Do we get a relationship sheet?
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    (Original post by sameehaiqbal)
    Yes



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    Ok thanks. Also if you got an answer like 21.224567 how many decimal places would it be rounded to?
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    (Original post by ___Sophie___)
    Ok thanks. Also if you got an answer like 21.224567 how many decimal places would it be rounded to?
    A sig fig range between 1-4 is acceptable, However I'd round to the amount that's in the question if you know what I mean.
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    (Original post by A+Hunter)
    A sig fig range between 1-4 is acceptable, However I'd round to the amount that's in the question if you know what I mean.
    Yeah ok thanks
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    Okay guys my teacher said that this example will most likely come up in the exam and you need to remember to do 5.0 - 1.6 = 3.4 and use that in the V=IR equation when the circuit is has an LED...

    Do not use 1.6 alone

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    Also I confirmed that total internal reflection and critical angles arent in the exam Ethan100
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    Also my teacher said to know how to label transistors and mosfets and know what voltage they may operate at and how its different from a switch
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    Transistors dont break a circuit when not active do they?
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    (Original post by sameehaiqbal)
    Also my teacher said to know how to label transistors and mosfets and know what voltage they may operate at and how its different from a switch
    What is the operating voltage for a mosfet?
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    (Original post by thomson521)
    Transistors dont break a circuit when not active do they?
    Exactly what you need to know that they dont and a switch can, transistors are always "like closed switches but they operate electrically rather than manually. A switch you have to open and close yourself" - what my teacher said
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    (Original post by ___Sophie___)
    What is the operating voltage for a mosfet?
    It operates at 2.0V or above
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    (Original post by sameehaiqbal)
    It operates at 2.0V or above
    Thanks
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    Good luck to everyone! Hopefully this exam goes great
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    (Original post by A+Hunter)
    Good luck to everyone! Hopefully this exam goes great
    Good luck! I'm quite nervous. Hope we all find it a straightforward paper.
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    Good luck everyone!!!!
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    good luck guys! eek I'm so nervous
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    Hey guys good luck in Nat 5!


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    Oh yh it's an afternoon exam, forgot that.

    Do not do wa=hat I did and misread the question. As a result of this, I am currently planning on the best method to commit
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    OMG!!

    Amazing paper!!!
    Apart from that silly metal stick question, didnt know what to answer for that??? Lmao :rofl:
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    My invigilator wouldnt let me take the multiple choice!!!

    i have to trek to my science campus now to ask for it.
    Invigilator can suck my ****

    I always get the same invigilator and never lets me take the mc lol...
 
 
 
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