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    (Original post by powderpuff16)
    thats what i put it asked you to talk about the moments in the question not line of action
    OMG that's what I put but everyone is saying that you had to write about the line of action! Hopefully we're right. How did you find the six marker?
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    (Original post by starstudent7)
    OMG that's what I put but everyone is saying that you had to write about the line of action! Hopefully we're right. How did you find the six marker?
    I just put because the clockwise moment is equal to the anticlockwise moment, so there is no resultant moment. Is that right? It seems similar to what you are saying?
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    For the first question i put "an electromagnet can easily lose its magnetism" is that okay?
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    Also what was the wavelength question, because all i rember was putting 'short' not 'shorter'
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    (Original post by Zxe)
    Also what was the wavelength question, because all i rember was putting 'short' not 'shorter'
    I put small lmao do U think this would get a mark


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    (Original post by blueribbons99)
    I put small lmao do U think this would get a mark


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    Same! I am worried that they won't accept small... They probably will though.
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    What was the wavelength question?
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    (Original post by Bulbasaur10)
    I just put because the clockwise moment is equal to the anticlockwise moment, so there is no resultant moment. Is that right? It seems similar to what you are saying?
    Yep, that's what I put. I am not sure if that's right though.
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    (Original post by BDunlop)
    I cant remember seeing a question on asking to describe the bulb and drawing the lens fatter. I did p3 ?
    I cant remember either 😕


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    (Original post by Zxe)
    For the first question i put "an electromagnet can easily lose its magnetism" is that okay?
    Yes thats fine (as long as a human mark ur paper)

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    (Original post by Bulbasaur10)
    I just put because the clockwise moment is equal to the anticlockwise moment, so there is no resultant moment. Is that right? It seems similar to what you are saying?
    I put that too

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    (Original post by Fractite)
    182-ish.
    I think I got around 161 marks out of the 230. Do you think this is enough for an A?
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    (Original post by mediaya)
    I put that too

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    Do you think that answer is right cos that's what I put!
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    (Original post by starstudent7)
    Do you think that answer is right cos that's what I put!
    Yep 1000% sure (not being arrogant there :yep:)
    Tbh, it was asking about moment, so why would u talk about the line of action? That's why am so sure :yep:

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    (Original post by mediaya)
    Yep 1000% sure (not being arrogant there :yep:)
    Tbh, it was asking about moment, so why would u talk about the line of action? That's why am so sure :yep:

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    Thank you. Did it mention moments in the question as I can;t remember it properly?
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    (Original post by starstudent7)
    Thank you. Did it mention moments in the question as I can;t remember it properly?
    Yes, it did say something like "in your answer you should refer to moment"
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    (Original post by mediaya)
    Yes, it did say something like "in your answer you should refer to moment"
    Are you sure because I don't remember seeing that or neither of my friends? Are you sure you didn't do the further additional science exam than the normal P3 exam?
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    (Original post by starstudent7)
    Are you sure because I don't remember seeing that or neither of my friends? Are you sure you didn't do the further additional science exam than the normal P3 exam?
    No I had that one and I do triple science t definitely said refer to moments


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    (Original post by blueribbons99)
    No I had that one and I do triple science t definitely said refer to momentsPosted from TSR Mobile
    There are two different exams that people do, and they are both very similar to each other. One is the (triple science) 'Physics' P3 paper and the other is the (also sometimes referred to as triple science) 'Further Additional Science' P3 paper. Look on AQA's website for the differences, there are usually 2 or 3 questions which are different on the papers, but they are mostly the same.
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    (Original post by blueribbons99)
    No I had that one and I do triple science t definitely said refer to moments


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    Oh ok, sorry Then that's good that I wrote that down.
 
 
 
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