M1 edexcel mechanics help!!!!!!!!

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    I need help with these following questions from the Edexcel M1 Mechanics book:

    Review Exercise 1 (p80-85)

    2a, 2b
    3a
    4a, 4b
    5
    6
    9b, 9c
    11b
    12
    13b
    17b
    20b
    22a, 22b, 22c
    23c, 23d
    24c
    26a, 26b, 26c
    27a, 27c, 27d
    28b
    29b, 29c
    30b, 30c

    You shouldn't be hocked that I am stuck on so many, its the wording, and when I think half the answers are right, the answers at the back are wrong - even my maths teacher has spotted this

    so can you guys please show me the working out

    thanks
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    You could post a specific question or alternatively use the CD at the back. It shows you how they got the answer.
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    Wowsa that is alot.
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    The hell! I would be better to post some specific questions- I don't have the textbook so listing a whole bunch of questions won't help. From what I remember though the M1 textbook wasn't that bad with answers
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    (Original post by Abject Testament)
    You could post a specific question or alternatively use the CD at the back. It shows you how they got the answer.
    I don't know if it applies to the OP but our teachers don't give us the CDs
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    (Original post by Haesights)
    I don't know if it
    applies to the OP but our teachers don't give us
    the CDs
    Too bad. The CD would be quite useful(in the case of the OP)
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    (Original post by A193)
    I need help with these following questions from the Edexcel M1 Mechanics book:

    Review Exercise 1 (p80-85)

    2a, 2b
    3a
    4a, 4b
    5
    6
    9b, 9c
    11b
    12
    13b
    17b
    20b
    22a, 22b, 22c
    23c, 23d
    24c
    26a, 26b, 26c
    27a, 27c, 27d
    28b
    29b, 29c
    30b, 30c

    You shouldn't be hocked that I am stuck on so many, its the wording, and when I think half the answers are right, the answers at the back are wrong - even my maths teacher has spotted this

    so can you guys please show me the working out

    thanks
    You need to post a specific question with an example of your answer and the book's answer...nobody's going to run off and work out all that lot for you!

    (and even if they did, they might have a different version of the M1 book from you with different questions in that exercise!!)
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    You can download the solutionbank online
 
 
 
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