June 2011 G485-Fields, Particles and Frontiers of Physics Watch

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Thank you very much. I think I have lost 19 marks including the unsure questions.
thank the uploader apo1324
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Is sucking cocks bad for your health?
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I got 397 as well ... I'm pretty sure that is correct!
I put 397 then just read the question:

"Calculate the currentin the leads connected to the lamp"

This is suggesting your supposed to use 0.2V (12V output minus 11.8V p.d. across lamp).

And then "Calculate the power dissipated in the leads"
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Up Down Strange Charm Top Bottom, If you don't know what a quark is it don't matter you still got em. Thing is I do know what a quark is apparently OCR don't
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0kXkWXSXRA
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(Original post by In the looney bin)
I put 397 then just read the question:

"Calculate the currentin the leads connected to the lamp"

This is suggesting your supposed to use 0.2V (12V output minus 11.8V p.d. across lamp).

And then "Calculate the power dissipated in the leads"
serious!
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Up Down Strange Charm Top Bottom, If you don't know what a quark is it don't matter you still got em. Thing is I do know what a quark is apparently OCR don't
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0kXkWXSXRA
there wasn't a question on quarks though?!
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(Original post by In the looney bin)
I put 397 then just read the question:

"Calculate the currentin the leads connected to the lamp"

This is suggesting your supposed to use 0.2V (12V output minus 11.8V p.d. across lamp).

And then "Calculate the power dissipated in the leads"
I think you might be right what a tricky question

that brings my 66 down to 62/100
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there wasn't a question on quarks though?!
LOL BACK TO THE FUTURE V he is the prime cast because JAn 2011...did have quarks
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LOL BACK TO THE FUTURE V he is the prime cast because JAn 2011...did have quarks
What?! lol
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What?! lol
LOL this must be the knock on effect of not having slept for the last 24 hours!
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(Original post by TobeTheHero)
LOL this must be the knock on effect of not having slept for the last 24 hours!
well...maybe! lol

why are we talking about Jan 11 though?!
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(Original post by TobeTheHero)
I think you might be right what a tricky question

that brings my 66 down to 62/100
Nah, i bet using the 11.8V is 1/2 marks on each question for using a suitable method/equation.
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Many lols were had on page 62
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Many lols were had on page 62
lol
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(Original post by In the looney bin)
I put 397 then just read the question:

"Calculate the currentin the leads connected to the lamp"

This is suggesting your supposed to use 0.2V (12V output minus 11.8V p.d. across lamp).

And then "Calculate the power dissipated in the leads"
That brings me down to about 80, plus any silly mistakes in calculations.
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Many lols were had on page 62
lol and the lol continues
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That brings me down to about 80, plus any silly mistakes in calculations.
that's a respectable 80 there..now i hope 60 is an A
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I'm never pulling all nighter again! never! it really is the worst thing you can do to your body

whoever invented 'an all nighter' should be thrown in Federal Penitentiary of Sona(PANAMA)
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that's a respectable 80 there..now i hope 60 is an A
I did last years paper to revise for this one, it wasn't that hard ... so if that was 66 for an A, this will be similar.
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I thought it would have been 219 because it was astep down transformer.
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