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    I would like to begin by saying I am finding M1 very hard in comparison to FP1, has anyone got any tips to help me achieve the best grade ?

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    Calculate the speed of the motorcyclist at the instant of the passing car.


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    I would like to begin by saying I am finding M1 very hard in comparison to FP1, has anyone got any tips to help me achieve the best grade ?

    I am stuck on this question completely, a nudge or an idea would be appreciated.Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1456316188.510728.jpg
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    Calculate the value of T

    Calculate the speed of the motorcyclist at the instant of the passing car.


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    best approach is via a speed time graph
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    Ah yeah I can see that now, I don't think I've covered that so I'm going to do that now, thank you


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