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    yeah it’s 3am and it’s a slightly questionable time to be doing maths rn but i felt guilty for lying around doing nothing all day rather than being productive for half term.

    so like, i got this question right here (dunno where the image will attach itself to) and part a i seem to get wrong. i believe i’ve integrated correctly since i get part b correct and the rest of the excercise was pretty easy and i got nothing wrong there but here idk, the answer’s apparently 3.

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    could someone please try this question perhaps and let me know what you get? im too tired to assume im wrong )))))) quite crappy of me but yeah.
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    yeah it’s 3am and it’s a slightly questionable time to be doing maths rn but i felt guilty for lying around doing nothing all day rather than being productive for half term.

    so like, i got this question right here (dunno where the image will attach itself to) and part a i seem to get wrong. i believe i’ve integrated correctly since i get part b correct and the rest of the excercise was pretty easy and i got nothing wrong there but here idk, the answer’s apparently 3.

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    could someone please try this question perhaps and let me know what you get? im too tired to assume im wrong )))))) quite crappy of me but yeah.
    I get 58 m/s
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    I get 58 m/s
    Okay thanks!! I get the same :/ but I’m gonna go and say the textbooks wrong cause it’s not 3 ty once again
 
 
 
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