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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    It takes you a while to pack? It takes 20 seconds :lol:
    It takes a few minutes extra when you're getting distracted
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    It takes you a while to pack? It takes 20 seconds :lol:

    Will you even remember?
    :erm: maybe..when it comes to arsenal I remember stuff:colone:

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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    well someone's confident
    Confidence is key
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    It takes a few minutes extra when you're getting distracted
    :lol: fair enough, I just do it in the morning
    (Original post by EduWiz)
    :erm: maybe..when it comes to arsenal I remember stuff:colone:

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    Damn :mmm:
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    Hate seeing genuinely good people getting bad grades
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :lol: fair enough, I just do it in the morning


    Damn :mmm:
    Don't worry..After 2 years I doubt I'll remember

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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Hate seeing genuinely good people getting bad grades
    So unfair on me :mad: I didn't deserve Cs :ahee:
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    (Original post by Bluffroom)
    Confidence is key
    fair enough
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    Anyone want to do my physics homework...? :puppyeyes:
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    (Original post by Vionar)
    Anyone want to do my physics homework...? :puppyeyes:
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    :lol: It would count as revision!
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    Guys I'm going on a trip tomorrow! Do you have any idea how excited I am, considering the trip is like 3 hours long and it's basically a walk?! Looool
    It's for sociology, we're visiting kensington to compare the social inequalities compared to another place. Arghh.


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    (Original post by Vionar)
    :lol: It would count as revision!
    What do you have to do?
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    (Original post by Vionar)
    Anyone want to do my physics homework...? :puppyeyes:
    Let me!! I'm so good at physics it's unbelievable!


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    What do you have to do?
    It's a bunch of questions about static electricity and lightning.

    (Original post by Jina)
    Let me!! I'm so good at physics it's unbelievable!

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    Really!? I'd be so grateful if you wanted to do it!
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    (Original post by Vionar)
    It's a bunch of questions about static electricity and lightning.



    Really!? I'd be so grateful if you wanted to do it!
    What are they?
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    (Original post by Vionar)
    It's a bunch of questions about static electricity and lightning.



    Really!? I'd be so grateful if you wanted to do it!
    Lmao! Did you know.....
    I used to cry every single day In December/January because of Physics. In fact, once i even cried in front of 2 teachers. That was bad, the tears just leaked out.

    I did however cover static electricity and lightening. Are you OCR?


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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    What are they?
    What causes static electricity?

    What causes lightning?

    How is lightning related to static electricity?

    What are some of the effects of static electricity on matter? Use some examples from everyday life.

    Describe how an electroscope works to detect static electricity.

    Why is it better not to use metals to use static electricity?

    Describe how Ben Franklin proved that lightning was static electricity.

    How can static electricity damage a computer?

    How is lightning different to a spark?

    What causes thunder?

    Name several uses of static electricity.

    Describe how static electricity can be used to control air pollution.

    Yeah, I know, a lot, and I left it too late, but if you could answer even one or two, I'd be sooooooooo grateful!

    (Original post by Jina)
    Lmao! Did you know.....
    I used to cry every single day In December/January because of Physics. In fact, once i even cried in front of 2 teachers. That was bad, the tears just leaked out.

    I did however cover static electricity and lightening. Are you OCR?

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    Girls school? Was physics that bad? I don't like it, but I don't think it's that bad!

    No, I'm on AQA!
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    (Original post by Vionar)

    What are some of the effects of static electricity on matter? Use some examples from everyday life.
    !
    Static electricty can cause dirt to be attracted to TV screens, and clothes to 'cling' to each other and the body


    (Original post by Vionar)
    Name several uses of static electricity.
    It can be used in paint spraying, whereby the paint spray is positively charged and the object you want to paint is negatively charged. The paint droplets are attracted to the object and repel each other giving an even coat
    (Original post by Vionar)
    What causes static electricity?


    Describe how static electricity can be used to control air pollution.
    I assume this is referring to the dust precipitation, that remove harmful and dust particles in chimneys? If it is:
    • a metal grid is inserted into the inside of the chimney, which is negatively charged, and further above are two metal plates on the inside wall of the chimney, positively charged
    • The smoke is passed through the grid and becomes negatively charged.
    • The dust particles are then attracted to the positively charged plates and removed from the smoke. Thus making the smoke cleaner

    Those are the only ones I know sorry some of that is on our course some isn't!
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    Static electricty can cause dirt to be attracted to TV screens, and clothes to 'cling' to each other and the body

    It can be used in paint spraying, whereby the paint spray is positively charged and the object you want to paint is negatively charged. The paint droplets are attracted to the object and repel each other giving an even coat
    I assume this is referring to the dust precipitation, that remove harmful and dust particles in chimneys? If it is:
    • a metal grid is inserted into the inside of the chimney, which is negatively charged, and further above are two metal plates on the inside wall of the chimney, positively charged
    • The smoke is passed through the grid and becomes negatively charged.
    • The dust particles are then attracted to the positively charged plates and removed from the smoke. Thus making the smoke cleaner

    Those are the only ones I know sorry some of that is on our course some isn't!
    Thank you sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooo much! If you need any help with stuff, please ask me!
 
 
 
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