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    (Original post by SH B))
    oh u were talking about chem unit 1 before loll sorry xD
    chem unit 2 tmrw I CANNOT FOCUS ON ONE SINGLE THING
    aye roza lag raha hai xD
    mere se bhi nhi parha ja rha or meri bhi yehi halat hay -_-
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    (Original post by SH B))
    i cant remember my chem unit 1
    lol kyun ?
    i remember all the questions and my answers too :P
    i messed up in mcqs
    bohut silly mistakes ki thi maine :/
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    anyways what did you guys get for the internal resistance ?
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    What was the answer to the question about the polariser, analyser and 55 degrees thing? An angle was asked as well.

    And there was another question about the polarisation thing...even if the analyser is not rotated the result obtained will be the same so why has this step been carried out?

    What was the temperature if the thermistor?

    How did you guys solve the determination of Planck constant? I got my % difference as 2. Something

    There was a calculation and statement by a student about the charge. What's wrong with the statement?

    Overall, the paper was good but the last 2 or 3 questions were quite challenging.
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    (Original post by ToxicPhantom007)
    anyways what did you guys get for the internal resistance ?
    36 Ohms (35.5)
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    (Original post by Rahatara Sadique)
    What was the answer to the question about the polariser, analyser and 55 degrees thing? An angle was asked as well.

    And there was another question about the polarisation thing...even if the analyser is not rotated the result obtained will be the same so why has this step been carried out?

    What was the temperature if the thermistor?

    How did you guys solve the determination of Planck constant? I got my % difference as 2. Something

    There was a calculation and statement by a student about the charge. What's wrong with the statement?

    Overall, the paper was good but the last 2 or 3 questions were quite challenging.
    angle= 180 + 55 = 235

    temp=41

    thw wrong part was that the charge is not "stored" it is produced

    yes
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    (Original post by MYBOIPOOM)
    36 Ohms (35.5)
    thank god
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    (Original post by ToxicPhantom007)
    lol kyun ?
    i remember all the questions and my answers too :P
    i messed up in mcqs
    bohut silly mistakes ki thi maine :/
    cuz it was like 11 days ago loll how do u expect me to remember after 11 days xD
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    (Original post by Zainat0987)
    Where r u from pakistan?
    lahore
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    (Original post by SH B))
    cuz it was like 11 days ago loll how do u expect me to remember after 11 days xD
    lol i remember unit 3 too xD
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    (Original post by ToxicPhantom007)
    lol i remember unit 3 too xD
    i cant even remember wat i ate in sehri yesterday loll
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    imma go study now i cant waste time on phy wats done is done
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    (Original post by SH B))
    imma go study now i cant waste time on phy wats done is done
    good luck
    I'll study after iftar :P
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    (Original post by ToxicPhantom007)
    good luck
    I'll study after iftar :P
    thanks
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    (Original post by ToxicPhantom007)
    angle= 180 + 55 = 235

    temp=41

    thw wrong part was that the charge is not "stored" it is produced

    yes
    Why did you add 180 and 55 degrees?

    For the statement, I wrote that charge is supplied to the external circuit rather than storing it...don't know if that's right.
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    (Original post by Rahatara Sadique)
    Why did you add 180 and 55 degrees?

    For the statement, I wrote that charge is supplied to the external circuit rather than storing it...don't know if that's right.
    (Original post by ToxicPhantom007)
    angle= 180 + 55 = 235

    temp=41

    thw wrong part was that the charge is not "stored" it is produced

    yes
    I wrote I = Q/T hence the charge is not stored and *that amount which i cant remember* of charge is produced per second..
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    (Original post by ToxicPhantom007)
    angle= 180 + 55 = 235

    temp=41

    thw wrong part was that the charge is not "stored" it is produced

    yes
    Hey what was your thermiator resistance ??and what did u write for the statement about resistance inversely prpoportional to temp..
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    (Original post by Rahatara Sadique)
    Why did you add 180 and 55 degrees?

    For the statement, I wrote that charge is supplied to the external circuit rather than storing it...don't know if that's right.
    BEcause if you rotate an angle to 180 degrees you come to same angle once again
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    (Original post by wenogk)
    I wrote I = Q/T hence the charge is not stored and *that amount which i cant remember* of charge is produced per second..
    1100 C
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    (Original post by Zainat0987)
    Hey what was your thermiator resistance ??and what did u write for the statement about resistance inversely prpoportional to temp..
    5.3 ohms
    It was not inv becasue the line was not straight and gradient was not same at any point
    Though i dont think its correct :P
 
 
 
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