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2. (Original post by pauux)
Yeah I would think so!
3. Can anyone tell me what forces act on the bottom block when one block is on top of it and both blocks are in a lift.
4. Does anyone have a moments question that isnt at equilibrium?
5. If I got 299/300 last year, assuming I got average of 90 in C3 and C4 do I only need 1 UMS in M1 for an A* overall? (of course I'm aiming for more but just thought it was worth checking)
6. (Original post by Questioner1234)
If I got 299/300 last year, assuming I got average of 90 in C3 and C4 do I only need 1 UMS in M1 for an A* overall? (of course I'm aiming for more but just thought it was worth checking)
Yes.
7. (Original post by Questioner1234)
If I got 299/300 last year, assuming I got average of 90 in C3 and C4 do I only need 1 UMS in M1 for an A* overall? (of course I'm aiming for more but just thought it was worth checking)
And I thought having to get only 18 UMS in M1 was pretty cool... hahahaha
8. Does anyone have a list of the models we could be asked to define/say why they work etc (you know - the one mark type things) and what we should write? Thanks - and good luck everyone! Terrified over here... x
9. (Original post by SnowLeopard27)
Does anyone have a list of the models we could be asked to define/say why they work etc (you know - the one mark type things) and what we should write? Thanks - and good luck everyone! Terrified over here... x
These are the terms you need to know for modelling:

particle
rod
lamina
uniform body
centre of mass
light object
inextensible string / inelastic string
smooth / rough surface
wire
smooth, light pulley
peg
air resistance
wind
gravity
10. (Original post by KloppOClock)
These are the terms you need to know for modelling:

particle
rod
lamina
uniform body
centre of mass
light object
inextensible string / inelastic string
smooth / rough surface
wire
smooth, light pulley
peg
air resistance
wind
gravity
How do wind and air resistance differ?
11. (Original post by Don Pedro K.)
How do wind and air resistance differ?
imagine dropping a ball straight down on a calm day vs during a tornado
12. (Original post by KloppOClock)
imagine dropping a ball straight down on a calm day vs during a tornado
Ah okay yeah haha
13. Pls Someone quickly tell me tne forces on bottom blocks when one block is on top of another and they are both inside a lift
14. (Original post by fpmaniac)
Pls Someone quickly tell me tne forces on bottom blocks when one block is on top of another and they are both inside a lift
page 21
http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/resourc...evision/M1.pdf
15. Force on bottom block will be equal to the weight of the top block and bottom block combined
16. Hey guys,
Anyone willing to write a summary of the module? Any important formulas that need to be known and any rules, eg: tension the same on smooth pulley etc.
I am very confused about the module and by giving a summary it would hopefully help me and others who are struggling. Thanks much appreciated
17. Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone had a link to the 2015 M1 paper?
18. I found the model answers one, but would like to sit a lil mock for myself before I go to bed.
19. (Original post by jenny01)
Hey guys,
Anyone willing to write a summary of the module? Any important formulas that need to be known and any rules, eg: tension the same on smooth pulley etc.
I am very confused about the module and by giving a summary it would hopefully help me and others who are struggling. Thanks much appreciated
the exam is in 9 and a half hours?
20. Could anyone explain what you do when one vector is, for example south west of another? I know its something to do with knowing they make an isosceles triangle but still a bit confused on the method. Thanks in advance

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