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    (Original post by CD223)
    Someone clearly likes radioactivity as they've just spammed the poll 😂


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    Well hopefully that person learns their lesson tomorrow, should have thought to maybe revise abit instead of spamming polls :mwuaha:
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    (Original post by CD223)
    Someone clearly likes radioactivity as they've just spammed the poll 😂


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    I've always wondered how people poll spam so quickly
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    People!!!
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    Astrophysicists, what are your guesses for the 6 marker? I hope it's something really nice like fusion occurring in stars lol

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    Astrophysicists, what are your guesses for the 6 marker? I hope it's something really nice like fusion occurring in stars lol

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    Life cycle of stars or comparison of telescopes personally


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    (Original post by Dante991)
    Astrophysicists, what are your guesses for the 6 marker? I hope it's something really nice like fusion occurring in stars lol

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    That's exactly what i hope it is !!
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    (Original post by CD223)
    Life cycle of stars or comparison of telescopes personally


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    I think comparing radio with optical would be a good comparison
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    (Original post by Tomh97)
    Can someone explain why cathode rays are produced in a discharge tube?
    Electrons collide with the few air particles which excite the electrons in the particles. When the electrons in the air particles de-excite back to ground state they release photons which is why you see a beam of light. The particles coming from the cathode (the electrons) must be negative because they move from the cathode to the anode.
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    (Original post by Mehrdad jafari)
    This is from OCR june 14 paper: (6 marks)
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    Brutal 6 marker that is
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    (Original post by Dante991)
    Astrophysicists, what are your guesses for the 6 marker? I hope it's something really nice like fusion occurring in stars lol

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    I'm thinking proof for the expansion of the universe
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    (Original post by examiningboard)
    No. We can never presume anything. There are two ways AQA could have thought:
    1: Damn! Our papers were stolen again, better whip up a paper at the last minute and make it ridiculous because we're so so angry
    2: Quick! Write a paper at the last minute, who cares what goes into it! Which would be the slightly easier outcome. But probably full of mistakes :clap2:

    But basically, we have no idea what it'll be like.
    Although if it means anything, I know some people who did the BIO5 exam today that was a re-write and apparently it was horrible.
    I did that exam today, I thought it was fine. I reckon they won't make this paper significantly harder, maybe slightly more obscure questions...
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    (Original post by Mehrdad jafari)
    This is from OCR june 14 paper: (6 marks)
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    But that's OCR?
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    Ah crap i forgot to revise
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    How can anyone revise for physics when we don't know whether or not Jon Snow is still alive!
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    Sorry guys, i think i spammed the poll. It was my first time voting so i think it was my fault. I didn't even know that would happen. I'm sorry for any inconvenience caused.


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    (Original post by ricardomontoya97)
    How can anyone revise for physics when we don't know whether or not Jon Snow is still alive!
    Have you read the books?
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    (Original post by Mehrdad jafari)
    Sorry guys, i think i spammed the poll. It was my first time voting so i think it was my fault. I didn't even know that would happen. I'm sorry for any inconvenience caused.


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    In that case i take back what i said about the person spamming the poll
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    Please could someone explain how to do 4bii?
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    (Original post by MSB47)
    Yeah and that can be displayed as I=k x 1/x2 then sub in K=Io/4pi and that makes the equation...

    I=(Io/4pi) (1/X2)
    which leads to I=Io/4pi(X)2
    Ok thanks.. I didn't even realise k was actually Io/4pi in the first place.
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    (Original post by SuperMushroom)
    Have you read the books?
    No but I think we're up to date with the books now? so no-one knows what going to happen! haha But really the red lady will revive Jon Snow, quite obvious I think
 
 
 
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