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# Edexcel M2 2016 Exam Thread? - 17th June 2016 watch

1. So I can't seem to find an Edexcel M2 exam thread, If there is one could someone link it to me? If not... well i guess this is it now.
2. Also could anyone show me how to do question 7 (c) from June 2012?

Even looking at the model answers on Physics and Maths tutor I can't get my head round the method.
3. Aha! A thread! This was one of the first results so I guess this is the M2 thread now.

Basically the projectile is moving parallel when the gradient of the velocities is that of the line that you're moving parallel to. Since the horizontal velocity is constant there is only one unknown; the vertical velocity. This can then be substituted into the standard suvat equations to get t.

Basically if the question talks about something moving, you ought to look at the velocities. That's what I do anyway.

Hopefully that helps.
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4. (Original post by notrodash)
Aha! A thread! This was one of the first results so I guess this is the M2 thread now.

Basically the projectile is moving parallel when the gradient of the velocities is that of the line that you're moving parallel to. Since the horizontal velocity is constant there is only one unknown; the vertical velocity. This can then be substituted into the standard suvat equations to get t.

Basically if the question talks about something moving, you ought to look at the velocities. That's what I do anyway.

Hopefully that helps.
Ah thank you very much, that seems like good advice

5. A friend of mine found this thread for M2 http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4118695

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