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    Attached to the link below are 4 questions. I’ve got the answers for the first two but I’m not sure whether they’re right. Can you answer all 4 questions please with a detailed explanation.
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    (Original post by mdmdwwdwdwd)
    Attached to the link below are 4 questions. I’ve got the answers for the first two but I’m not sure whether they’re right. Can you answer all 4 questions please with a detailed explanation.
    a) what link
    b) do your own homework
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    (Original post by mdmdwwdwdwd)
    Attached to the link below are 4 questions. I’ve got the answers for the first two but I’m not sure whether they’re right. Can you answer all 4 questions please with a detailed explanation.
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    (Original post by ebickers)
    a) what link
    b) do your own homework
    I just attached it now.
    How can I if I don’t understand, I need a bit of help
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    (Original post by mdmdwwdwdwd)
    I just attached it now.
    How can I if I don’t understand, I need a bit of help
    Ok, sorry - here's a bit of help:

    Specific Latent Heat is measured in J/kg which literally means J divided by kg which is Energy divided by Mass

    So SLH = E / m

    Use that equation for the questions and literally type it into your calculator!
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    (Original post by ebickers)
    Ok, sorry - here's a bit of help:

    Specific Latent Heat is measured in J/kg which literally means J divided by kg which is Energy divided by Mass

    So SLH = E / m

    Use that equation for the questions and literally type it into your calculator!
    Thank you!
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    (Original post by ebickers)
    Ok, sorry - here's a bit of help:

    Specific Latent Heat is measured in J/kg which literally means J divided by kg which is Energy divided by Mass

    So SLH = E / m

    Use that equation for the questions and literally type it into your calculator!
    I’ve done Questions 1&2 but don’t know 3 and 4. If you can help I would appreciate it, but then again ok just ask my teacher for help if no one knows🤷*♂️
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    (Original post by mdmdwwdwdwd)
    I’ve done Questions 1&2 but don’t know 3 and 4. If you can help I would appreciate it, but then again ok just ask my teacher for help if no one knows🤷*♂️
    Lemme have a look....
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    (Original post by mdmdwwdwdwd)
    I’ve done Questions 1&2 but don’t know 3 and 4. If you can help I would appreciate it, but then again ok just ask my teacher for help if no one knows🤷*♂️
    Okay so with 3 a and b just rearrange the equation to get energy and use that but for 4 i'm sorry i'm lost!! - what year are you in btw?
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    (Original post by ebickers)
    Okay so with 3 a and b just rearrange the equation to get energy and use that but for 4 i'm sorry i'm lost!! - what year are you in btw?
    Year 9, but teacher said that the questions are grade 8; I go to Grammar School btw
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    (Original post by mdmdwwdwdwd)
    Year 9, but teacher said that the questions are grade 8; I go to Grammar School btw
    okay that makes sense because i am in year 10 but did SLH in year 9 - tbf if we tried really hard and put our heads together on the last question we might crack it! - Check with other friends/classmates - I find that really helps me when i'm stuck with homework.
    If all else fails - i mean... there is Google!!!
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    (Original post by ebickers)
    okay that makes sense because i am in year 10 but did SLH in year 9 - tbf if we tried really hard and put our heads together on the last question we might crack it! - Check with other friends/classmates - I find that really helps me when i'm stuck with homework.
    If all else fails - i mean... there is Google!!!
    Thanks and also do you have tests for the summary. Are the tests from example?
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    (Original post by mdmdwwdwdwd)
    Thanks and also do you have tests for the summary. Are the tests from example?
    Yes the tests are from example for the summary - i take it you mean summary test like an end of topic test. If you mean the summary you write after an experiment - you just explain what happened in your experiment and what went wrong/what should have happened etc.
 
 
 
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