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    I though it was really easy from question 1 till question 5 the last 3 were too hard to do
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    i totally agree!!..were you able to do the first part or any part for that matter of the projectile question and workig out the value for T in the last question was like impossible
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    Easy As Hell
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    i had core 3 exam first so i still had my calculator in radians and when i was trying do q2 or 3 which was the show that one i was trying different ways for ages until i realised. Other than that i thought it was a fairly easy exam.
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    :|...are u jokin? you must be genius's
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    (Original post by paula3412)
    :|...are u jokin? you must be genius's
    Nah by easy i mean it was better then the last time i took it and got an E this time it should hopefully be a B or a C.
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    ohh ryt ok well i only wanted a b too but it seems like il be lucky to get a C
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    What was your method for working out question 8?
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    (Original post by Yahweh01)
    What was your method for working out question 8?
    Which question was that
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    (Original post by paula3412)
    i totally agree!!..were you able to do the first part or any part for that matter of the projectile question and workig out the value for T in the last question was like impossible
    I can't remember all of it, but wasn't the first bit simply the root of 5/4.9 ?
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    Question 8 was the last question, finding T
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    Compared to Core 3 that exam was a breeze.
    What did anyone get for the tension in the last question?
    Was it around the 1000 N mark or am I way off :s?
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    (Original post by Patrick Wallace)
    I can't remember all of it, but wasn't the first bit simply the root of 5/4.9 ?
    I worked out the velocity first I think and then did distance divided by it ?
 
 
 
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