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    hey guys how was the exam today? there was no thread for paper 3, so I created one
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    What was the value of the gradient and of viscosity?
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    what graph is to be sketched in question 7?
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    Which optn did u mark for first nd the third objective?
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    (Original post by hank_the_tank)
    what graph is to be sketched in question 7?
    ?


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    Is it a I-V one or a R-V one?
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    (Original post by hank_the_tank)
    Is it a I-V one or a R-V one?
    I guess r-v, i drew an r-v graph
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    Nd numbr 6?
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    (Original post by exztra)
    hey guys how was the exam today? there was no thread for paper 3, so I created one
    Not hard but I got confused in the 7th question. what was the answer for the 4th part?
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    (Original post by Ghassanzaghloul)
    What was the value of the gradient and of viscosity?
    I got an an answer in millions. I was too late to realize that I didn't converted the mm to m.
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    (Original post by hank_the_tank)
    what graph is to be sketched in question 7?
    I stated that it is V against I , but my friends said that it's V against R. not sure which is correct
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    (Original post by exztra)
    Nd numbr 6?
    It's an easy question. Guess I've done it correctly.
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    (Original post by Hanojhan)
    Not hard but I got confused in the 7th question. what was the answer for the 4th part?
    What was the 4th part? I dnt remembr

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    (Original post by Hanojhan)
    I got an an answer in millions. I was too late to realize that I didn't converted the mm to m.


    Same here
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    (Original post by Hanojhan)
    I stated that it is V against I , but my friends said that it's V against R. not sure which is correct

    i also drew V against I .....
    how was the circuit diagram?
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    (Original post by exztra)
    Same here


    i made a mistake also a very weird one....i converted by multiplying by 10^-9 instead of 10^-6


    i had mm^3 in my had instead of mm^2
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    (Original post by hhalai96)
    i made a mistake also a very weird one....i converted by multiplying by 10^-9 instead of 10^-6


    i had mm^3 in my had instead of mm^2
    Hahaha, lool


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    (Original post by hhalai96)
    i also drew V against I .....
    how was the circuit diagram?
    Ya it was v against r
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    (Original post by hhalai96)
    i also drew V against I .....
    how was the circuit diagram?
    i drew a voltmtr an ammetr a variable resistor, cells and switch, nd yes, bulb ofcrse, what did u ppl draw? i did not label anything :jumphug:
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    (Original post by Ghassanzaghloul)
    Ya it was v against r
    wait, v against r or r against v?
 
 
 
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