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    Hello, I'm doing my Edexcel GCSE Physics controlled assessment at the moment. We're doing it on 'how the weight affects the time take for a cupcake case to drop'. I need secondary evidence from the internet, can somebody please post a link to a website or anything with information on this, even graphs.I basically need something that shows how weight links to how long something takes to drop.

    Thanks!
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    cant help you with that, but school should be allowed to provide you some, using the lab technicians
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    [QUOTE=Rajan246;63455105]Hello, I'm doing my Edexcel GCSE Physics controlled assessment at the moment. We're doing it on 'how the weight affects the time take for a cupcake case to drop'. I need secondary evidence from the internet, can somebody please post a link to a website or anything with information on this, even graphs.I basically need something that shows how weight links to how long something takes to drop.

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    I'm doing that as well. Did u manage to find any secondary evidence? If so can u send me a link, if u remember it.
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    (Original post by Rajan246)
    Hello, I'm doing my Edexcel GCSE Physics controlled assessment at the moment. We're doing it on 'how the weight affects the time take for a cupcake case to drop'. I need secondary evidence from the internet, can somebody please post a link to a website or anything with information on this, even graphs.I basically need something that shows how weight links to how long something takes to drop.

    Thanks!
    I'm doing that as well. Can u please send me a link if manged to find any secondary evidence?
 
 
 
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