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    Im doing an M1 paper (http://www.mei.org.uk/files/papers/m106ja_97d65s.pdf)
    Im on question 8) iv
    i worked through 8 parts i to iii fine and got the right answer. I just dont understand what part 4 is asking, and dont really know how to got about this part. Would anyone mind explaining how to go about this, and what exactly this question is asking
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    Hi
    Im doing an M1 paper (http://www.mei.org.uk/files/papers/m106ja_97d65s.pdf)
    Im on question 8) iv
    i worked through 8 parts i to iii fine and got the right answer. I just dont understand what part 4 is asking, and dont really know how to got about this part. Would anyone mind explaining how to go about this, and what exactly this question is asking
    Thanks
    take the equation of the trajectory found in iii
    you now know the y is 6, you can find x
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    thanks for your reply s.
    i understand the maths involved. the problem is i dont understand WHY i am doing this. i simply cannot understand why substituting y=6 into the equation gives me the new position
    anyone care to explain? thanks
 
 
 
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