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    Hey, I know it sounds a bit stupid but how did he manage to get the area (question d i)
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    you should probably specify the type of question in the topic. I came in here expecting to help but sadly I dont know much of physics/mechanics.
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    (Original post by Zilch)
    you should probably specify the type of question in the topic. I came in here expecting to help but sadly I dont know much of physics/mechanics.
    Sorry, I was going to post it in the Physics section however I thought it was just basic maths which sadly for some reason I cannot do :'(

    I just don't understand how can he work out the area????
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    Are you sure it wasn't mentioned in the previous parts of the question?
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    (Original post by purplerainn)
    Are you sure it wasn't mentioned in the previous parts of the question?
    Nope, please help!
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    Is it a joke? How the hell can he get the area!!!!!!!
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    I have no idea how he got the area.

    I'd work backwards with the given figure of 2.4*10^8 to get the area, and make it look like I knew what it was in the first place
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    (Original post by purplerainn)
    I have no idea how he got the area.

    I'd work backwards with the given figure of 2.4*10^8 to get the area, and make it look like I knew what it was in the first place
    LLOOOLL. I'm gonna email that stupid ******* and tell me whats what.
 
 
 
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