June 2011 G485-Fields, Particles and Frontiers of Physics Watch

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Really? We haven't mentioned anything related to "the test" :ninja:


On a related note, can someone show me a conversion for Hubble's constant into s-1?
Just kidding good luck with G485 brah
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essh, that was a bit too big
Thanks. I just tried one and got x10^15 instead of x10^18
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What do people think will come up on the universe, considering the fact that some topics have come up and haven't come up in previous papers?

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Is

0.5mv^2 = qV

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What do people think will come up on the universe, considering the fact that some topics have come up and haven't come up in previous papers?

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Explain crazy Olbers' paradox.
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Is

0.5mv^2 = qV

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Ya.


W=Qv.
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What do people think will come up on the universe, considering the fact that some topics have come up and haven't come up in previous papers?

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I think Comets/Big bang/Microwave background radiation.
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I think Comets/Big bang/Microwave background radiation.
What do we need to know about comets? :ninja:
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What do we need to know about comets? :ninja:
One of the specification points mentions that the components of the solar system include the Sun, planets, their satellites and comets.

I'd assume a question like that would only be 1/2 marks.
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i'm gonna transfer all my anger of c4 to G485!
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Explain crazy Olbers' paradox.
Hmmmmm.. good call last time it was state Olbers, so this time it may very well be explain it.


(Original post by Oh my Ms. Coffey)
I think Comets/Big bang/Microwave background radiation.
I havent done any yet, im good with everything else (having said that induction is tricky).
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WTF is the universe ON?!:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEheh1BH34Q
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Quiz me on stuff.
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(Original post by Oh my Ms. Coffey)
Quiz me on stuff.
Lets do this.....I wish the page refreshed itself.

What is electric field strength?
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Quiz me on stuff.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/stuff-quizzes .. :dontknow:


Oh.. Physics based? Errm... Define the parsec. :rofl:
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http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/stuff-quizzes .. :dontknow:


Oh.. Physics based? Errm... Define the parsec. :rofl:
A star is exactly one parsec away if the angled of parallax is theta = (1/3600)^o = 1 arcsecond...?
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A star is exactly one parsec away if the angled of parallax is theta = (1/3600)^o = 1 arcsecond...?
I'd say that was good enough... :dontknow:

The glossary gives it as : The distance that gives a parallax angle of 1 arcsecond :yep:
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I'd say that was good enough... :dontknow:

The glossary gives it as : The distance that gives a parallax angle of 1 arcsecond :yep:
Ok.

Explain the limitations in the medical application of the A-Scan technique.
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Ok.

Explain the limitations in the medical application of the A-Scan technique.
cannot produce a 2d image unlike in a B scan.
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cannot produce a 2d image unlike in a B scan.
I should've stated number of marks. But

echo not recieved when interface not perpendicular
interpretation difficulties
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