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    (Original post by ebyrne288)
    F1 and F2 are forces aren't they? If they don't act on a body parellel to i or j, then the vertical component will be Fsinx and the horizontal component will equal Fcosx where x is the angle the force makes with the horizontal plane
    maybe I've misunderstood what you're asking

    my exams have come in blocks close together. I had one yesterday, one tomorrow and one coming on monday, then my next exam isn't until chemistry, then physics the next day and M2 the following monday, so at the minute I'm just focusing on C3 and English. my teacher is so awful though, a lot of my class were repeating module 1 today
    thanks so much for your help..
    ah really.. glad i nvr had to repeat that module.. it was horrid.. I have repeat mod 2 next week


    the same to you
    i would hate to have to repeat chemistry. there's so much specific information like equations and mechanisms that i could never remember. module 4 is better because there's less learning off, more calculations

    it was no bother. i'm sure you'll do grant tomorrow
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