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Hi all! I really need help on this written q please. The q is in my physics textbook but they don't provide answers at the back for the chapter practise questions.

It is question 1c on the link provided and is a five marker
http://sasphysics.com/Year_13/course...stions_Ch4.pdf

Also, does anybody have any tips on writing out long answers for a level physics? I'm good at the calculations but struggle quite a bit on worded answers.

Any help would be appreciated!
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This is physics?!

Is this actually a physics exam question?
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Try and write in proper sentences with your best SPAG (rule of thumb is a sentence has to be something you could speak without pausing for breath) - probably one mark per point so IMO minimum five sentences, it asks for one (bolded) argument on either side so I guess it's 3 marks for the conclusion.

doesn't appear to be an actual exam question
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(Original post by mik1a)
This is physics?!

Is this actually a physics exam question?
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Try and write in proper sentences with your best SPAG (rule of thumb is a sentence has to be something you could speak without pausing for breath) - probably one mark per point so IMO minimum five sentences, it asks for one (bolded) argument on either side so I guess it's 3 marks for the conclusion.

doesn't appear to be an actual exam question
Thank you!

Its not really an exam q bc this is the first year of exams for this specification, but is an exam style question provided by AQA.
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