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    M7? I'm convinced you're just messing with me now.
    At the beginning of this year I had a mild heart attack that there was something called M2 and that I'd be studying it. :lolwut:
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    (Original post by Student403)
    :blush:
    Keep trying to rep you but looks like TSR dont want you to have an extra +3
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    (Original post by drandy76)
    Keep trying to rep you but looks like TSR dont want you to have an extra +3
    Your words matter <3
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    (Original post by KaylaB)
    M7? I'm convinced you're just messing with me now.
    At the beginning of this year I had a mild heart attack that there was something called M2 and that I'd be studying it. :lolwut:
    Sure ...
    but this question belongs in M7 if there was one.
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Your words matter <3
    :cyber:
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    (Original post by drandy76)
    Nice, had to dig up my d2 and fp1 books I'm yet to touch but the maths stack is looking pretty healthy too Attachment 511059


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    What do you reckon of the OCR textbooks?, I'm not the biggest fan. I prefer the Edexcel ones :/
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Beautiful! These are my maths ones for this year - I like consistency
    Are you Deutsch?
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    One of us has done a silly error somewhere ...I do not want to put a solution up too early
    I'm currently thinking this through again. It's tricky to visualise. However to begin with:

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    There is no horizontal force, so AM is conserved about the vertical axis. So, with v_H as horizontal velocity, we have initial AM = final AM so

    \displaystyle maU = mav_H \Rightarrow v_H = \frac{aU}{r}
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    (Original post by Super199)
    What do you reckon of the OCR textbooks?, I'm not the biggest fan. I prefer the Edexcel ones :/
    I did OCR for FSMQ and I think Edexcel A level ones are the best of all.

    Primarily because the examples are soooo neat and i love the style of everything
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    What do you reckon of the OCR textbooks?, I'm not the biggest fan. I prefer the Edexcel ones :/
    i like them most of the time, but when its a topic im bad at the explanations dont help overmuch and the questions are absolutely brutal. For instance on chapter 10 on FP2 i found the exam questions several times easier than the book questions
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    (Original post by atsruser)
    I'm currently thinking this through again. It's tricky to visualise. However to begin with:
    Spoiler:
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    There is no horizontal force, so AM is conserved about the vertical axis. So, with v_H as horizontal velocity, we have initial AM = final AM so

    \displaystyle maU = mav_H \Rightarrow v_H = \frac{aU}{r}
    correct
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    Are you Deutsch?
    A wannabe Deutscher, yes!
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    Then there's me struggling with M1 lmao
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    (Original post by Student403)
    A wannabe Deutscher, yes!
    Wie geht's Dir, Penner? (frantically recalls his distant high school German)
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    (Original post by Bath_Student)
    Wie geht's Dir, Penner? (frantically recalls his distant high school German)
    Nicht schlecht, Balg
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    (Original post by Bath_Student)
    Balg? Was gefällt Dir an jenem Land der Wichser?
    Balg = brat
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    (Original post by drandy76)
    i like them most of the time, but when its a topic im bad at the explanations dont help overmuch and the questions are absolutely brutal. For instance on chapter 10 on FP2 i found the exam questions several times easier than the book questions
    Reduction formulae? Pile of ****
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    There's M7...?
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    A slice of pie does
    A Slice of Pi
    I've just seen this, but I have an idea where to go with it...
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    (Original post by Super199)
    Reduction formulae? Pile of ****
    nah reduction formula(e) is bae, this is just extra integration they threw in for the bants
 
 
 
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