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    What is this question can u descibe it coz I don't remember?
    (Original post by maxjackson5)
    So many people put 17, and yeah looks like it's wrong:L
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    (Original post by Smingle)
    I think it move up and down as the current moves back and forth. It is reversing lemmings left hand rule, i think?
    I assumed motor effect?
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    (Original post by TheTruthTeller)
    guys how did you find the p2 paper? I found it was ok , but harder than last years in which an A* was 44/60. Grade boundary predictions for p2 and overall sentiment guys?
    I found this years Unit 2 and 3 papers a lot easier than last years. Did P2 this morning and had got 26/60. Do you know what grade that was btw?
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    (Original post by EricAteYou)
    I assumed motor effect?
    I put Motor Effect
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    did anyone else find the wording of the plum pudding question quite vague?

    Also for the 6 marker on P3 I went into quite a bit of detail, but would I lose marks as I didn't mention CT scans?
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    (Original post by EricAteYou)
    Would you think vibrating would have been OK to say?
    I think so, it essentially means the same thing... also since it wasn't a very long explain question I think they'd accept anything that implied it kept changing direction.

    (Original post by neil20143)
    I got it going up and down which I think is wrong
    No I think that's right (that's what I put anyway).
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    (Original post by 11Jason11)
    I put Motor Effect
    Phew *sigh*
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    (Original post by LydiaSwift)
    What is this question can u descibe it coz I don't remember?
    There was a graph and it started as a slight curve but turned into a straight line. It asked something like, 'what is the maximum speed that was travelled?', it was a distance time graph btw.
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    (Original post by 11Jason11)
    There was a question where it was like "What effect does this experiment show?"
    Am I the only person who put, The Motor Effect?
    I nearly did put that but changed it at the last minute. :/
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    Was the question where you had to draw in refraction only 1 marks? Didnt read it properly oops!
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    Why would they tilt the bus to an angle much larger than it will ever be at? What did you's get?
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    How hard I found the science exams (easiest to hardest):
    P3
    P2
    C2
    B3
    B2
    C3
    Do you agree?
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    [QUOTE=MeiMei15401;56031039]I think so, it essentially means the same thing... also since it wasn't a very long explain question I think they'd accept anything that implied it kept changing direction.

    True, was the low frequency an important factor to that though? Or do you think they might have put it in to do what I'm doing now and start to worry like hell...
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    (Original post by EricAteYou)
    I assumed motor effect?
    Because the wire was attached i didn't think it would rotate.
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    (Original post by hannah4475)
    Ahh right ok Why was that?!
    170-125 is 45
    10 seconds -8 equals 2

    Speed equals distance divided by time
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    (Original post by Tuffyandtab)
    How hard I found the science exams (easiest to hardest):
    P3
    P2
    C2
    B3
    B2
    C3
    Do you agree?
    I'd say
    P2
    P3
    C2
    C3
    B3
    B2

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    (Original post by Pra99)
    170-125 is 45
    10 seconds -8 equals 2

    Speed equals distance divided by time
    I did that exact same logic!
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    (Original post by Conor1998)
    Why would they tilt the bus to an angle much larger than it will ever be at? What did you's get?
    I put, they would tilt it for extreme xases such as earthquakes and tremors
    And to the the strength

    My answers weren't that good :')
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    (Original post by MeiMei15401)
    I think so, it essentially means the same thing... also since it wasn't a very long explain question I think they'd accept anything that implied it kept changing direction.

    True, was the low frequency an important factor to that though? Or do you think they might have put it in to do what I'm doing now and start to worry like hell...
    Low frequency would just mean that a more obvious movement would be seen. High frequency would result more of a vibration wouldn't it?
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    (Original post by Smingle)
    Because the wire was attached i didn't think it would rotate.
    I thought that, but I saw the two poles from the magnet and with some funny hand signals came to a conclusion...I have a feeling your correct though.
 
 
 

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