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    (Original post by Blueray2)
    I make time mother****ers hahah ohh yeah *****es :cool: *feeling gangsta* :gangster:

    (lol above is a joke, sixth form can be evil )
    YOU WILL NEVER BE A GANGSTA

    over and out
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    (Original post by IceKidd)
    YOU WILL NEVER BE A GANGSTA

    over and out
    You're right a true don doesn't say he is one. I see you're level of thinking. I get my gangsta *****es to do my bidding for me
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    (Original post by Blueray2)
    I make time mother****ers hahah ohh yeah *****es :cool: *feeling gangsta* :gangster:

    (lol above is a joke, sixth form can be evil )
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    can't do that here

    you can't call yourself a sixth former until you've bunked at least 1 day
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    :lol:



    you can't call yourself a sixth former until you've bunked at least 1 day
    Private school remember I've bunked unnecessary stuff :teeth:
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    :lol:



    you can't call yourself a sixth former until you've bunked at least 1 day
    I guess I'm not a sixthformer then

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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    I guess I'm not a sixthformer then

    :getmecoat:
    Me neither.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Private school remember I've bunked unnecessary stuff :teeth:
    Oh yeah haha poor you
    (Original post by Robbie242)
    I guess I'm not a sixthformer then

    :getmecoat:

    Have you never bunked? Maybe I'm the odd one then, I bunk whenever I just cba which is like 1-2 times every term
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Have you never bunked? Maybe I'm the odd one then, I bunk whenever I just cba which is like 1-2 times every term
    Same here :lol:

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    A2's going well for me,thriving in A2 chemistry and doing better than expected in maths and biology.Seriously think i can turn a BCD into an AAB now if i continue working like this
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    Could anyone offer any M1 help?

    Q) The engine of a van of mass 400kg cuts out when it is moving along a straight horizontal road with speed 16m/s. The van comes to rest without the brakes being applied. Assume the resistive force against the van to be 200N.

    a) find how long it takes the van to stop.
    b) find how far the van travels before it stops.
    c) comment on the suitability of the modelling assumption.

    Is this suvat? I'm really confused about a) and b).
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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    Same here :lol:

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    Glad I'm not the only one. Sometimes I literally just can't do it, so I won't bother :mmm:
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Oh yeah haha poor you



    Have you never bunked? Maybe I'm the odd one then, I bunk whenever I just cba which is like 1-2 times every term
    Wait actually now that I think about it I kinda did bunk in the exam season, but I called up ill for 2weeks straight, they didn't give us study leave :mad:
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Wait actually now that I think about it I kinda did bunk in the exam season, but I called up ill for 2weeks straight, they didn't give us study leave :mad:

    That's understandable, how can they not give you study leave? I think I remember you talking about it around that time
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    (Original post by Endless Blue)
    Could anyone offer any M1 help?

    Q) The engine of a van of mass 400kg cuts out when it is moving along a straight horizontal road with speed 16m/s. The van comes to rest without the brakes being applied. Assume the resistive force against the van to be 200N.

    a) find how long it takes the van to stop.
    b) find how far the van travels before it stops.
    c) comment on the suitability of the modelling assumption.

    Is this suvat? I'm really confused about a) and b).
    Use F = ma to find the acceleration (well, deceleration) and then you can use SUVAT.
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Oh yeah haha poor you



    Have you never bunked? Maybe I'm the odd one then, I bunk whenever I just cba which is like 1-2 times every term
    I have bunked lessons. My parents wouldn't dare let me bunk school.

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    (Original post by usycool1)
    Use F = ma to find the acceleration (well, deceleration) and then you can use SUVAT.
    Argh, thanks, that was really simple. I'm stuck on the next question though...

    Q) Albert and Bella are standing in a lift. The mass of the lift is 250kg. As the lift moves upward with constant acceleration, the floor of the lift exerts forces of magnitude 678N and 452N respectively on Albert and Bella. The tension in the cable at the which is pulling the lift upwards is 3995N.

    a) Find the acceleration of the lift.
    b) Find both Albert's and Bella's mass.

    I really am clueless on this question. I know it's F=ma but no idea where to go with finding the acceleration, as I can't work out the resultant force :sigh:
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    :lol:



    you can't call yourself a sixth former until you've bunked at least 1 day
    I bunked my free periods :lol:
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Managed to visit a few weeks back. Its amazing!
    It is CHE/PHA are minutes from where I live
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    (Original post by Endless Blue)
    Argh, thanks, that was really simple. I'm stuck on the next question though...

    Q) Albert and Bella are standing in a lift. The mass of the lift is 250kg. As the lift moves upward with constant acceleration, the floor of the lift exerts forces of magnitude 678N and 452N respectively on Albert and Bella. The tension in the cable at the which is pulling the lift upwards is 3995N.

    a) Find the acceleration of the lift.
    b) Find both Albert's and Bella's mass.

    I really am clueless on this question. I know it's F=ma but no idea where to go with finding the acceleration, as I can't work out the resultant force :sigh:
    Do you have the answers?

    F = ma
    3995 - 678 - 452 = 250a
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Do you have the answers?

    F = ma
    3995 - 678 - 452 = 250a
    Yes. I thought that, but what you've got there is wrong (I had it too). The answer is 1.5ms^-2.
 
 
 
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