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    Couldn't find a thread so decided to make one,,,

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    Generally a decent paper though I messed up in a 3 mark question. hoping for 60/80 and abov... What happens if you didn't find the angle between the B-field and the conductor and you used F=BIL direct? would I lose all marks?
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    (Original post by Mesuteyezil)
    Generally a decent paper though I messed up in a 3 mark question. hoping for 60/80 and abov... What happens if you didn't find the angle between the B-field and the conductor and you used F=BIL direct? would I lose all marks?
    Yes, unfortunately, you will get 1/3 for that question maximum
    Made the dame mistake *(
    What generally were your answers ?
    Do you remember all the questions, because I have already forgot them a little ?
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    What was the angle guys? I found 17° and multiplied it with cos17
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    (Original post by Yirikcemyirik)
    What was the angle guys? I found 17° and multiplied it with cos17
    Do not remember the final answer< but the one I MEASURED was something like 58
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    (Original post by IgorFomenkov)
    Yes, unfortunately, you will get 1/3 for that question maximum
    Made the dame mistake *(
    What generally were your answers ?
    Do you remember all the questions, because I have already forgot them a little ?
    Me too, i couldn't find an angle :'(

    What was your answer in the last question to the part that said ( what other measurement she should have in order to find the speed of the balls?)



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    (Original post by as.m)
    Me too, i couldn't find an angle :'(

    What was your answer in the last question to the part that said ( what other measurement she should have in order to find the speed of the balls?)



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    Not sure the we were asked about additional measurements. I wrote that the collision is inelastic and explained why
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    (Original post by as.m)
    Me too, i couldn't find an angle :'(

    What was your answer in the last question to the part that said ( what other measurement she should have in order to find the speed of the balls?)

    Aaaah, sorry, got you now I said the time between two nearest photos, so that speed could be calculated.

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    Aaaah, sorry, got you now I said the time between two nearest photos, so that speed could be calculated.
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    For the diagram about the Baryon-Meson, I used a pencil to fill the circles with the quark composition, does it really matter if it was in pencil or pen? since it was a DIAGRAM, that's why I used a pencil
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    (Original post by Yirikcemyirik)
    What was the angle guys? I found 17° and multiplied it with cos17
    You used a protractor I suppose? I also got 17 degrees but I used sin17 since we required the vertical component not the horizontal
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    (Original post by Mesuteyezil)
    You used a protractor I suppose? I also got 17 degrees but I used sin17 since we required the vertical component not the horizontal
    Yes i used a protractor. It was a magnetic field so i thought the horizontal component must be at right angle to the field
 
 
 
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