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    (Original post by Resonxnce)
    Q1(a) - 1/3N ???? Shouldn't it be 1/6N?
    Dude, if you have the whole paper, could you upload it please?
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    (Original post by Naeco)
    Yeahhhhh some peole are special such as you and that other guy

    you alot are way better than what I am right now because my limit stopped here

    Wait for your good news in the future
    Is there a thread for FP3?
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    (Original post by oShahpo)
    Is there a thread for FP3?
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...rimary_content
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    Hi
    How was the paper????
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    (Original post by Rgrewall)
    Dude, if you have the whole paper, could you upload it please?
    Here you go
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    (Original post by Resonxnce)
    Here you go
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    (Original post by Student403)
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    Student403, I got 1(a) wrong on the paper. I just differentiated v with respect to x, without putting it into the form of vdv/dx. I then multiplied it by 0.5 and subbed in x=3 to get 1/6N. How many marks do you think I'd lose for that question?
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    Is forgetting to write units a big deal?
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    My solutions:
    1)a)1/3 N
    b)7s
    2)b)3cm
    3)a)2.07+1.5=3.57m
    b)24.01ms^-2
    4)a)Proof
    b)Tan(theta)=1/3, theta=18.4 degrees
    5a)Proof
    b)((mroot3)/6)*(lw^2 - 2g)
    c)Proof
    6)a)Sqrt(3gl/2)
    b)Proof, using T(apex) > 0.
    7)a)Proof, w^2=25
    b)4ms^-1
    c)T=0.2arcos(-0.75)=0.484s(3sf)
    d)Proof, w^2=125/8
    e)A=root(10)/5 = 0.632m
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    Physicsandmathstutor.com usually uploads models answers. But it isn't out yet. What was the acceleration in the 1st question? 1.63?
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    (Original post by Euclidean)
    They might deduct one because it said the distance from AB

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    What about forgetting units for the other questions?
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    (Original post by Student403)
    physicsmaths
    I assume people want solutions on the actual paper, should i wait till i get the proper paper then print it out and write on there? or just write full solutions?


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    (Original post by Guest132)
    What about forgetting units for the other questions?
    Ignore that I was actually corrected.

    Edexcel don't penalise units
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    physicsmaths Look at the post above, those are the questions. Can you provide solutions for those? No need to wait for the paper.
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    (Original post by Adam7233894)
    physicsmaths Look at the post above, those are the questions. Can you provide solutions for those? No need to wait for the paper.
    Will do after some breakfast.


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    (Original post by Resonxnce)
    Q1(a) - 1/3N ???? Shouldn't it be 1/6N?
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    Sorry that its sideways, and I forgot the substitute x for 3.
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    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1...TRhR1ZJazdWZDg
    Solutions.


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    Big up, looks like my first 75
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    Goddamn 5b).. That moment when you realize how to do a question right after the exam finishes -___-. Bye Bye first 100%. Anyway, thanks for the solutions physicsmaths
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    (Original post by Euclidean)
    Big up, looks like my first 75
    I hope i dnt get 74. Will be gutted losing out cause of switching variables by accident. Hopefully i didnt though.
 
 
 
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