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    Yes they are very different.
    would you recommend that I still do the solomon papers?
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    would you recommend that I still do the solomon papers?
    No. There are over 20 proper OCR papers for this specification. That is plenty.
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    (Original post by tinkerbell_xxx)
    woah well done
    I'm on OCR though, should I do OCR ones instead of edexcel?
    this is a bit embarrassing , well just replace what is said with ocr , lol. my bad
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    this is a bit embarrassing , well just replace what is said with ocr , lol. my bad
    lol don't worry ! :P thank you for the help
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    Quick question, when drawing diagrams for resolving forces, how do you know where the resultant force is going to be?
    eg
    http://www.ocr.org.uk/images/61379-q...echanics-1.pdf

    question 1, part ii
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    (Original post by tinkerbell_xxx)
    Quick question, when drawing diagrams for resolving forces, how do you know where the resultant force is going to be?
    eg
    http://www.ocr.org.uk/images/61379-q...echanics-1.pdf

    question 1, part ii
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    Well you choose a direction to be positive and if the overall resultant is positive then it's in that direction you chose. If it's negative it is in the other direction. You do the vertical and horizontal components separately
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    Well you choose a direction to be positive and if the overall resultant is positive then it's in that direction you chose. If it's negative it is in the other direction. You do the vertical and horizontal components separately
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    thank you :love:
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