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    How do you work out the symbol of
    (a) hydrogen
    (b)helium
    in standard form please?
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    Could you please explain??

    Hydrogen is H and Helium is He...
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    The question just states 'Work out the symbol of the first 10 elements in standard form?'

    Maybe you use the mass number
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    Maybe they're talking about specific charge?? Like, charge divided by mass?? I'm assuming you're taking AS Physics...
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    (Original post by d010534)
    Maybe they're talking about specific charge?? Like, charge divided by mass?? I'm assuming you're taking AS Physics...
    Yes maybe I might put that. Yep I've ony had a couple of lessons
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    (Original post by esmithxx)
    Yes maybe I might put that. Yep I've ony had a couple of lessons
    Omg good luck mate, you'll do well
    I hated physics last year but I worked fckn hard and I got a good grade so don't worry if it seems confusing at the start... If you put the effort in (it already seems like you're doing so (well done!!)) you'll get the good grades.
    Don't be afraid to ask questions in class and if you don't understand something, ask the teacher to explain. Once you've understood, do as many questions as you can so that you don't forget.
    The most important thing though, is to aim for the highest grade (A) and to never give up!
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    (Original post by d010534)
    Omg good luck mate, you'll do well
    I hated physics last year but I worked fckn hard and I got a good grade so don't worry if it seems confusing at the start... If you put the effort in (it already seems like you're doing so (well done!!)) you'll get the good grades.
    Don't be afraid to ask questions in class and if you don't understand something, ask the teacher to explain. Once you've understood, do as many questions as you can so that you don't forget.
    The most important thing though, is to aim for the highest grade (A) and to never give up!
    Haha thanks, yeah it is definitely worth putting the effort in!
 
 
 
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