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1. M7? I'm convinced you're just messing with me now.
At the beginning of this year I had a mild heart attack that there was something called M2 and that I'd be studying it.
2. (Original post by Student403)
Keep trying to rep you but looks like TSR dont want you to have an extra +3
3. (Original post by drandy76)
Keep trying to rep you but looks like TSR dont want you to have an extra +3
Your words matter <3
4. (Original post by KaylaB)
M7? I'm convinced you're just messing with me now.
At the beginning of this year I had a mild heart attack that there was something called M2 and that I'd be studying it.
Sure ...
but this question belongs in M7 if there was one.
5. (Original post by Student403)
Your words matter <3
6. (Original post by drandy76)
Nice, had to dig up my d2 and fp1 books I'm yet to touch but the maths stack is looking pretty healthy too Attachment 511059

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What do you reckon of the OCR textbooks?, I'm not the biggest fan. I prefer the Edexcel ones :/
7. (Original post by Student403)
Beautiful! These are my maths ones for this year - I like consistency
Are you Deutsch?
8. (Original post by TeeEm)
One of us has done a silly error somewhere ...I do not want to put a solution up too early
I'm currently thinking this through again. It's tricky to visualise. However to begin with:

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There is no horizontal force, so AM is conserved about the vertical axis. So, with as horizontal velocity, we have initial AM = final AM so

9. (Original post by Super199)
What do you reckon of the OCR textbooks?, I'm not the biggest fan. I prefer the Edexcel ones :/
I did OCR for FSMQ and I think Edexcel A level ones are the best of all.

Primarily because the examples are soooo neat and i love the style of everything
10. (Original post by Super199)
What do you reckon of the OCR textbooks?, I'm not the biggest fan. I prefer the Edexcel ones :/
i like them most of the time, but when its a topic im bad at the explanations dont help overmuch and the questions are absolutely brutal. For instance on chapter 10 on FP2 i found the exam questions several times easier than the book questions
11. (Original post by atsruser)
I'm currently thinking this through again. It's tricky to visualise. However to begin with:
Spoiler:
Show

There is no horizontal force, so AM is conserved about the vertical axis. So, with as horizontal velocity, we have initial AM = final AM so

correct
12. (Original post by Bath_Student)
Are you Deutsch?
A wannabe Deutscher, yes!
13. Then there's me struggling with M1 lmao
14. (Original post by Student403)
A wannabe Deutscher, yes!
Wie geht's Dir, Penner? (frantically recalls his distant high school German)
15. (Original post by Bath_Student)
Wie geht's Dir, Penner? (frantically recalls his distant high school German)
Nicht schlecht, Balg
16. (Original post by Bath_Student)
Balg? Was gefällt Dir an jenem Land der Wichser?
Balg = brat
17. (Original post by drandy76)
i like them most of the time, but when its a topic im bad at the explanations dont help overmuch and the questions are absolutely brutal. For instance on chapter 10 on FP2 i found the exam questions several times easier than the book questions
Reduction formulae? Pile of ****
18. There's M7...?
19. (Original post by TeeEm)
A slice of pie does
A Slice of Pi
I've just seen this, but I have an idea where to go with it...
20. (Original post by Super199)
Reduction formulae? Pile of ****
nah reduction formula(e) is bae, this is just extra integration they threw in for the bants

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