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    okay, well you'll still get a couple marks for the resolving
    I hope so . Luckily I destroyed P3(I hope) So Im hoping for 90+ marks in that. P2 was abit soso, I thought I did alright but Im not so sure now. So maybe 80 for that..Means I need 70 something for mechanics.
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    I hope so . Luckily I destroyed P3(I hope) So Im hoping for 90+ marks in that. P2 was abit soso, I thought I did alright but Im not so sure now. So maybe 80 for that..Means I need 70 something for mechanics.
    you should be alright
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    (Original post by mockel)
    you should be alright
    Id only be bothered if I just missed an A, that would KILL me.
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    I hope so . Luckily I destroyed P3(I hope) So Im hoping for 90+ marks in that. P2 was abit soso, I thought I did alright but Im not so sure now. So maybe 80 for that..Means I need 70 something for mechanics.
    Alright for some!!!! Nothing to worry about
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    (Original post by Silly Sally)
    Alright for some!!!! Nothing to worry about
    Ive got no1 to blame but myself for my poor mechanics performance though, leaving revision till 2 days before the exam is just a disgrace really. Shame on me. For the collision question, did everyone get t = 5/2 ? I also got t =2 but that didnt work for P. I stuck 5/2 into the distance equations and the distances were the same at t = 5/2. Therefore, same position vector at same time = collision?
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    For the collision question, did everyone get t = 5/2 ? I also got t =2 but that didnt work for P. I stuck 5/2 into the distance equations and the distances were the same at t = 5/2. Therefore, same position vector at same time = collision?
    yep, that's what i got
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    Ive got no1 to blame but myself for my poor mechanics performance though, leaving revision till 2 days before the exam is just a disgrace really. Shame on me. For the collision question, did everyone get t = 5/2 ? I also got t =2 but that didnt work for P. I stuck 5/2 into the distance equations and the distances were the same at t = 5/2. Therefore, same position vector at same time = collision?
    Exactamundo dude, result.
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    Ive got no1 to blame but myself for my poor mechanics performance though, leaving revision till 2 days before the exam is just a disgrace really. Shame on me. For the collision question, did everyone get t = 5/2 ? I also got t =2 but that didnt work for P. I stuck 5/2 into the distance equations and the distances were the same at t = 5/2. Therefore, same position vector at same time = collision?
    I'm not a fan revision and only partake in what is "forced" upon me by the college during lessons. And yes, those were the results I found. I think I equated the coefficients for that question.
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    yep, that's what i got
    I hope examiners dont mind writing explanations next to the maths!

    Id already started the restitution question on the next page, and couldnt be arsed to go to the back of the book and 2 lines on why the collide, so just shoved it next to my working and ****.. Also I didnt show any working for the displacement stuff, just figured it out in my calculator and wrote it down.
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    I hope examiners dont mind writing explanations next to the maths!

    Id already started the restitution question on the next page, and couldnt be arsed to go to the back of the book and 2 lines on why the collide, so just shoved it next to my working and ****.. Also I didnt show any working for the displacement stuff, just figured it out in my calculator and wrote it down.
    as long as they can understand what's going on, it should be fine.
    what displacement stuff are you talking about?
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    is that the one which had something like (4t-7) in the question?
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    as long as they can understand what's going on, it should be fine.
    what displacement stuff are you talking about?
    5b? I think it was? The integration question
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    is that the one which had something like (4t-7) in the question?
    yeh
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    Ok ive scanned the paper and answers is it ok to put them up or people want me to wait till 2morrow morn to avoid cheating from t'other folk?
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    (Original post by XYTER)
    Ok ive scanned the paper and answers is it ok to put them up or people want me to wait till 2morrow morn to avoid cheating from t'other folk?
    To avoid cheating from who? The exams over, go ahead and post away..
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    You got people from all over the world and those who take the exam in the evening etc cos they have like 6 exams first
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    (Original post by XYTER)
    You got people from all over the world and those who take the exam in the evening etc cos they have like 6 exams first
    Yeh but they have to be supervised etc, and the people all over the world take the exams same time as us(which is why their exams are in the evening, due to time difference)

    Post!
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    Ok its going to be on a new forum in maths section.
    Gimme 2 mins for it to be up
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    Don't post, I'll realise how much I got wrong
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    ow damn sorry too late!
    MY BAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
 
 
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