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    (Original post by cookie_raider01)
    guys, you know when dealing with specific heat capacity problems, you leave temperature in celcius
    but when it is ideal gases question, you convert into Kelvins.

    just want to confirm this
    shc have a unit of Jkg-1K-1 ?
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    Mass of S2 - go
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    (Original post by anonymous_veg)
    Mass of S2 - go
    Something to the power of 31?
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    for the last question, did everyone do 20000-8677 or something like that
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    (Original post by kingLAWZA)
    for the last question, did everyone do 20000-8677 or something like that
    yh it as 11323 or. somthing like that
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    (Original post by kingLAWZA)
    for the last question, did everyone do 20000-8677 or something like that
    Yep 1.1 x10^4 I think something like that
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    What did people get for the SHC of the pellet things in the tube?
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    (Original post by themanwhofell)
    Something to the power of 31?
    I got that but a lot of people in my class are saying power of 33. But they may have a made a mistake with R2 instead of R1 so I'm hoping 31
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    (Original post by kingLAWZA)
    for the last question, did everyone do 20000-8677 or something like that
    yeah got that, was thrown at first because smaller number of moles but then realised it was still right
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    (Original post by decombatwombat)
    What did people get for the SHC of the pellet things in the tube?
    I got 1300 I think but lots sating 130
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    (Original post by themanwhofell)
    Something to the power of 31?
    ...23? :/
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    (Original post by sadych)
    I got 1300 I think but lots sating 130
    Yeah I got 131, I could have made mistake though.
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    (Original post by decombatwombat)
    Yeah I got 131, I could have made mistake though.
    Yeah I got 131 , how did you find the paper in general?

    That hosepipe one threw me but I think it was a bit easier than june 14 and 15
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    What did people get for the force from the fireman's feet?
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    (Original post by oliversquares201)
    What did people get for the force from the fireman's feet?
    1070? I did mass x velocity to get the force, then did that times sin 55 and added it to his weight, though you might have to had taken it away.
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    (Original post by decombatwombat)
    1070? I did mass x velocity to get the force, then did that times sin 55 and added it to his weight, though you might have to had taken it away.
    did the same, I did the vertical component of the force due to the hosepipe + the weight to get 1070
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    (Original post by decombatwombat)
    1070? I did mass x velocity to get the force, then did that times sin 55 and added it to his weight, though you might have to had taken it away.
    Thats what i did and added to get 1070 ish well the rate*velocity to get the force then *sin55 and add the weight at the end.
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    I know this isn't hugely helpful but here are my solutions nonetheless....

    5.78
    3.46
    0.609
    8.25
    1071
    3.93 (5pi/4)
    0.471
    0.666
    6.413*10^23
    0.925
    23.3*10^3
    1.2*10^12
    3.6*10^12
    5.98*10^4
    6.43*10^31
    131
    4.88.63
    11323
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    Ugh I don't know how I found that... I was very very rushed and didn't even finish the last question. Mainly because I found the first one very hard. I loved the space/binary star question, but it took me a while... I just hope I get the A I need, but I'm not expecting it.. onto fpfp I suppose
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    (Original post by decombatwombat)
    1070? I did mass x velocity to get the force, then did that times sin 55 and added it to his weight, though you might have to had taken it away.
    I think I got the same as you!!
 
 
 
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