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    It was easier than jan thats 4 sure...i shud have wrked a lil harda me thinks :mad: ..how did u guys find it...
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    (Original post by mackin boi)
    It was easier than jan thats 4 sure...i shud have wrked a lil harda me thinks :mad: ..how did u guys find it...
    firstly - sorry for pissing you off about the light intensity thingy



    and the second bit i found weird was teh spider weeb thingy - i got 16.3 Hz or something ike that

    what grade do you think you got?

    pk
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    I Dnt Think I Did Betta Than Jan
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    (Original post by mackin boi)
    I Dnt Think I Did Betta Than Jan
    why what did you get in janruary?
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    got 70/90
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    (Original post by Phil23)
    and the second bit i found weird was teh spider weeb thingy - i got 16.3 Hz or something ike that

    pk
    i got that aswell me thinkz
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    i did jan 05 2 days ago and found it easy [different people good at different things]. Todays paper seemed to be easy stuff made harder instead of the good ole harder topics, which kinda pissed me off as i didn't really revise them. It was a lil confusing in what they wanted to know at times, i think i got at least a low A hopefully [72/90]. For droplets thing i got 16.3 Hz

    2 x [half wavelgnth] = 1 wavelength x 0.25, then i used v = f.lambda.
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    (Original post by nas7232)
    ..For droplets thing i got 16.3 Hz

    2 x [half wavelgnth] = 1 wavelength x 0.25, then i used v = f.lambda.
    YES - but i didn't use 2x1/2 wvelength - i just used peak to peak and said it was 2.4cmx0.25 and did v=λf

    hope everyone else gets that too - was the only question i wasn't completly sure how to do - just blabbed that!

    lol
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    what grade boundary you think phy4 will be?

    Peeps in my college said phy4 was easy [the brainy people] and the C/D peeps said it was really hard comparing to other papers. [I thought it was quite confusing, it's just too hard to predict if i got them questions right or not].

    And where was the damn absorption specturm/emission spectrum :mad:
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    (Original post by nas7232)
    what grade boundary you think phy4 will be?

    Peeps in my college said phy4 was easy [the brainy people] and the C/D peeps said it was really hard comparing to other papers. [I thought it was quite confusing, it's just too hard to predict if i got them questions right or not].

    And where was the damn absorption specturm/emission spectrum :mad:
    It was easier than jan so the boundary is gonna be a lil hi methinks
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    anyone know what the grade boundaries are in terms of raw marks for the PHY 6 as a %age?

    i heard that last sumemrs one was 66% - is this true?

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    i found january paper easier, how did everyone else find it? I think it'll be about the same give or take 1 ums.
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    (Original post by Phil23)
    anyone know what the grade boundaries are in terms of raw marks for the PHY 6 as a %age?

    i heard that last sumemrs one was 66% - is this true?

    phil
    Yeah iy was 66%, but it's usually 68%-74%
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    did u have to minus the displacement of the standing wave from that of the one to get the displacement of the other progressive wave ????
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    Hmm... about filling spaces question ... something like 100m and 10^-6m ... what did you do?
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    100m i put UHF...10^-6 is microwaves isnt it???
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    (Original post by mackin boi)
    100m i put UHF...10^-6 is microwaves isnt it???
    I checked, 100m is short-radiowave, I put radiowaves UHF as well
    10^-6m I think is IR (microwave is about 1cm ??)
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    (Original post by nas7232)
    Yeah iy was 66%, but it's usually 68%-74%
    i figured out that i need 50% to get an A overall in my physics (roughly)

    woo hoo!

    just hope my calculations are correct, - was based on teh assumption that i get 85% in phy 4 and 90% in phy 5)

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    and what emits light of wavelength 10^-6m ??
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    (Original post by BCHL85)
    I checked, 100m is short-radiowave, I put radiowaves UHF as well
    10^-6m I think is IR (microwave is about 1cm ??)
    o yea...i put IR ...soz got mized up
 
 
 
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