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    (Original post by StalkeR47)
    OMG STOP TALKING ABOUT this oscilloscope. you are making me fall asleep. you got what you got. you did what you could. and you cannot change it, can u? so shhhh and wait for the results day.
    You're not obliged to follow this thread you know...

    But yeah, I can see where you're coming from. :yep:
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    something for everyone.......1) An elderly couple sat in a church service,
    the wife
    turns round to her husband and says '' I have just done a silent fart, i hope
    no-one smells it''
    her husband replies '' turn your hearing aid
    on''

    2) There was a blonde a brunette and a redhead. They were in the
    church and noticed a pool of water. They asked the priest what the water was for
    and the priest said ''go do something bad and come back''
    So they did and
    came back the next day and they asked the priest why they had to do that. The
    priest answered ''When you do something bad,.... You come to the holy water and
    drink it to be forgiven and clean'
    the redhead said ''well I Ran over a cat''
    and then drank the holy water. The brunette said ''i robbed a bank'' and then
    drank the holy water. The blonde stared at them and The priest asked ''what Bad
    deed did you do?'' and The blonde said ''i Peed in the holy water''
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    Anyone think the boundaries will be kind enough to allow me to drop three marks for 120 UMS?

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    (Original post by Khenir)
    My method was this:

    0.75 = 5000*I
    so I = (0.75/5000)

    I didn't think properly and had this:

    5.25 = I*(5000 + R)

    and then I realised that I*5000 was 0.75 (since I'd done it earlier DUH).

    so 4.5 = IR = (1.5*10^-4)*R

    so R= (4.5)/(1.5*10^-4) = 30,000.

    hey sorry, was the voltage for the circuit 6V? I can't remember... thanks
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    (Original post by usycool1)
    You're not obliged to follow this thread you know...

    But yeah, I can see where you're coming from. :yep:
    Yeah I am coming from Africa. Is that what you thought? hahhhaha:dancing2:
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    (Original post by em.p.g)
    hey sorry, was the voltage for the circuit 6V? I can't remember... thanks
    yes!
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    (Original post by v1k2a3t4)
    I swear the question said that there were 8 vertical divisions . So if 1 complete cycle was 10ms, 2 complete cycles would be 20ms, 20/8= 2.5ms per division?:confused:
    (Original post by anonymouse01)
    This is what I got
    There were 8 vertical divisions and 10 horizontal divisions. So it would've been 20/10 I'm afraid.
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    (Original post by NabRoh)
    There were 8 vertical divisions and 10 horizontal divisions. So it would've been 20/10 I'm afraid.
    If enough people do that, they may award a mark for that I hope :P


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    (Original post by Tuya)
    If enough people do that, they may award a mark for that I hope :P


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    you will still not get a mark. Wrong is wrong and correct is correct.
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    (Original post by StalkeR47)
    you will still not get a mark. Wrong is wrong and correct is correct.
    It's a 3 marker so they might award 1 mark for applying the right concept


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    They'll mark it right because people make mistakes and we are all human


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    why the accelometer will not meet the vertical plane?
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    Just thought I'd make a snazzy little graph telling myself how much I failed. (Assuming minimum marks 47-50)

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    how important is it that i stated that hadrons undergo Weak and strong interactions while leptons only weak? i just said hadrons can undergo strong interaction and leptons don't... (i probably lose a mark GRRR)
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    what kind of overall grade would I be looking at if I got a C in the coursework and a D in January? plus result from today, which tbh I would be surprised if I passed? does anyone know, I would really appreciate it? and yeah, I think this will be the one I drop
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    If anyone finds any worked solutions anywhere, could you link it in here? thanks
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    The worst part is that we won't know the results until the middle of freaking AUGUST.
    I wish that they would tell us sooner *sigh*.
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    (Original post by Pirateprincess)
    The worst part is that we won't know the results until the middle of freaking AUGUST.
    I wish that they would tell us sooner *sigh*.
    I know! Does anyone know how we get the results? I'd rather not go in college and open a slip. :eek: I'd rather get em online.
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    On the circuit question with multiple parts if I got the first question wrong and continued to use this value throughout the question will I lose just the one mark for that question and then get error carried forward or lose marks for every question (about 10).

    Just a bit worried this could of lost me an A
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    (Original post by NabRoh)
    Just thought I'd make a snazzy little graph telling myself how much I failed. (Assuming minimum marks 47-50)

    It's going down!!!! Floor it dude :P


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