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    (Original post by TheRealInjustice)
    That's not the actual reason, the reason is that strange particles are created in pairs via the strong nuclear force. They decay through the weak interaction.
    would my reason be correct aswell ?
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    (Original post by money-for-all)
    would my reason be correct aswell ?
    I think no because hadrons can also through weak nuclear force
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    Have you guys done the specimen paper 1 set 2?
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    so tomorrow's paper is on everything yh?
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    (Original post by xongose)
    Have you guys done the specimen paper 1 set 2?
    another set?
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    (Original post by xongose)
    Have you guys done the specimen paper 1 set 2?
    Yeah!!! It's impossible!!!!'
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    (Original post by Shk)
    Yeah!!! It's impossible!!!!'
    send the link i want to check it out pleaese, thanks
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    wtf is physics
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    (Original post by money-for-all)
    would my reason be correct aswell ?
    Nope, for the reasons stated below.

    (Original post by xongose)
    I think no because hadrons can also through weak nuclear force
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    any predictions on what may come up tomorrow???????????????????????? ??????????
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    physics is soo hard
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    (Original post by anonymous69)
    any predictions on what may come up tomorrow???????????????????????? ??????????
    Momentum - it's new to the AS spec, so I think it's likely to feature in the exam.


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    Momentum - it's new to the AS spec, so I think it's likely to feature in the exam.


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    Do you know any good websites, practice questions or videos etc. that will help for momentum questions?
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    Do you know any good websites, practice questions or videos etc. that will help for momentum questions?
    Do you have the AQA physics textbook? There are quite a few momentum questions involving different scenarios in there.


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    (Original post by WhyAlwaysMe?!)
    Do you have the AQA physics textbook? There are quite a few momentum questions involving different scenarios in there.


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    Yes, do you mean the purple one (CGP)?
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    Yes, do you mean the purple one (CGP)?
    No, it's a blue textbook with an image of eyes on the front cover. Do you have the CGP revision guide or textbook?


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    (Original post by WhyAlwaysMe?!)
    No, it's a blue textbook with an image of eyes on the front cover. Do you have the CGP revision guide or textbook?


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    I have both of them. Their questions are very often straight forward..
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    The exam was ok for me... Hardest one was the diameter percentage change question, I got 605%. Other people got 0.116% so i am not sure.
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    The whole exam was terrible for me
    How do you do the stopping potential?
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    eVs = Ek (max)

    Then Vs = Ek (max) / e

    e is the charge of an electron...
 
 
 
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