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    (Original post by Cool_Henry)
    That's what you would expect but unfortunately the question said that the shallow water was more dense
    wow. thanks anyway
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    can some one recap on what all the questions were:

    q1: petrol fueld motor and dynamo
    q2: sun and stars
    q3: laptop and power
    q4: earth and atmosphere
    q5: water density
    q6: mantle ( p and s waves)

    i think thats right ish?
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    The exam was just awful. I hated it, every single thing about it.
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    what was the last six marker mainly about. i wrote about them reflecting/refracting etc.
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    what did everyone get for the star and the ions spreading out or something?
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    (Original post by Tiger-lily15)
    That was the worst physics exam I've ever done! How did everyone else find it?
    I've been getting high As in my Physics past papers but that one just went awful I'll be lucky if I scrape a C
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    (Original post by Topcat102)
    can some one recap on what all the questions were:

    q1: petrol fueld motor and dynamo
    q2: sun and stars
    q3: laptop and power
    q4: earth and atmosphere
    q5: water density
    q6: mantle ( p and s waves)

    i think thats right ish?
    Yeah that's right from what I remember
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    (Original post by astronomer99)
    what did everyone get for the star and the ions spreading out or something?
    I said that the energy released in fusion, matched the gravity inside the star, so they balanced each other and the star was stable. Did anyone else put this? I wasn't too sure about it.
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    (Original post by TJ2001)
    I said that the energy released in fusion, matched the gravity inside the star, so they balanced each other and the star was stable. Did anyone else put this? I wasn't too sure about it.
    I just said that the gravitational pull from the star disnt allow the ions to move
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    yeah i put the same
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    (Original post by valentino8)
    the divers were so confusing!
    Oh my gosh, yes!! They asked us to calculate the pressure but they gave us a density and litre...
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    What was the one that was multiple choice after the laptop which was 4 graphs and it was put on for 2 minutes?
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    what did you get when you had to fill out the earthquake table i got 3,3, 60km
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    (Original post by Johnsmith12121)
    What was the one that was multiple choice after the laptop which was 4 graphs and it was put on for 2 minutes?
    I put B, the one on the top right
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    Daym that was a hard paper, hopefully they lower the boundries
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    (Original post by Afro Tail)
    I put B, the one on the top right
    Ah okay. I put B or A i cant remember because i guessed but i think it was B
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    (Original post by Johnsmith12121)
    Ah okay. I put B or A i cant remember because i guessed but i think it was B
    I can't remember actually; but it was the straight line with '194' .
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    (Original post by Afro Tail)
    I can't remember actually; but it was the straight line with '194' .
    ah ok
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    (Original post by Afro Tail)
    I can't remember actually; but it was the straight line with '194' .
    I put that one too, but it was a guess. I knew it would be straight, wasn't sure of the number.
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    Well, I completely failed that exam. I don't even know what happened.
 
 
 
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