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sara :D
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E.G Speed = distance/time

Or will I be given them in the paper? It's additional physics.
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I'd suggest you learn them, their usefulness permeates beyond the realms of 'school' and 'physics'.
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I was not given the equations when I took my GCSE.
I'm not sure if the examiners forgot to give out data sheets though...
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To the best of my knowledge, most boards do not provide equations for GCSE physics, but it might be safer to check the exam board online/ring up your school to make sure.
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I'm doing AQA and in my mocks, we were given the formulas in the question, we just had to rearrange them, but not sure if that'll be done throughout the exam? :O Guess I'll just have to wait till school to find out, thanks though!
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