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# What are the most difficult M1 questions you have come across? watch

1. Isn't this for Q?

For R is what I mean
So something like this

10g - R = 10(5.88)
Thus resolving downwards for the block R.
But this gives me 4g instead of 2g which is the correct answer
Isn't this for Q?

For R is what I mean
So something like this

10g - R = 10(5.88)
Thus resolving downwards for the block R.
But this gives me 4g instead of 2g which is the correct answer
The question asks you to figure out the reaction at Q
Isn't this for Q?

For R is what I mean
So something like this

10g - R = 10(5.88)
Thus resolving downwards for the block R.
But this gives me 4g instead of 2g which is the correct answer
Sorry I see what your question is now. Well those aren't the forces acting on block Q - so hence a wrong answer.
4. (Original post by Marxist)
Don't think that question was too bad.
A fairly harsh view. Given that the average mark on that question for someone getting an A was 8.78/16.
5. (Original post by Cryptokyo)
A fairly harsh view. Given that the average mark on that question for someone getting an A was 8.78/16.
6. (Original post by Marxist)
yh its in the gold 5 paper i think and the grade boundaries are insanely low

44/73 for an A!
7. Projections? Is that in the AQA specification?
8. (Original post by KloppOClock)
Projections? Is that in the AQA specification?
It is. Is it in the Edexcel one as well?
9. (Original post by A Slice of Pi)
It is. Is it in the Edexcel one as well?
Fortunately not, looks difficult

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