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    How was the paper guys
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    it was so good.. what was ur answer for the g in the last question? i got the gradient as 3.33 and the value for g as 12
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    (Original post by JIS 123)
    it was so good.. what was ur answer for the g in the last question? i got the gradient as 3.33 and the value for g as 12
    11.84 ryt?
    Coz i got the same value for gradient.
    Did u draw the graph through the origin?
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    I got my gradient as 3.24 and the g value as 12.18
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    (Original post by Razanabdulla)
    I got my gradient as 3.24 and the g value as 12.18
    Did u draw ur graph through the origin?
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    (Original post by Bush111)
    Did u draw ur graph through the origin?
    yeah, u?
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    In the viscosity experiment - I forgot to write that "the ball reaches terminal velocity at a certain point". Other than that, i wrote everything about how to measure the radius, height and time for velocity etc.
    What do you guys think how many marks I'm gonna lose for that particular statement? 1 or max 2?
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    (Original post by anjumzz14)
    In the viscosity experiment - I forgot to write that "the ball reaches terminal velocity at a certain point". Other than that, i wrote everything about how to measure the radius, height and time for velocity etc.
    What do you guys think how many marks I'm gonna lose for that particular statement? 1 or max 2?
    Maybe 1 but only if you mentioned how to find it by measuring the distance and time.
    Will 33/40 be an A grade?
    Any predictions for grade boundaries of chemistry unit 3
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    (Original post by arizonaidiot)
    Maybe 1 but only if you mentioned how to find it by measuring the distance and time.
    Will 33/40 be an A grade?
    Any predictions for grade boundaries of chemistry unit 3
    Yeah I mentioned everything except that. So yeah will lose 1 mark. And for chemistry I think the paper was a bit different. It should not be more than 35 out of 50 for an A grade.
    I lost marks for the spectroscopy question and some parts of the organic question.
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    (Original post by anjumzz14)
    I think chemistry paper was a bit different. It should not be more than 37 or 38 out of 50 for an A grade.
    I lost marks for the spectroscopy question and some parts of the organic question.
    What about physics?
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    (Original post by Razanabdulla)
    yeah, u?
    No.... did they ask us to draw through the origin??
    I guess then its wrong !
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    (Original post by Bush111)
    No.... did they ask us to draw through the origin??
    I guess then its wrong !
    They even asked us why the graph would be a straight line passing thru the origin in one part. It was pretty obvious
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    (Original post by MaximusCLDRN)
    They even asked us why the graph would be a straight line passing thru the origin in one part. It was pretty obvious
    if you start the graph with 20( x axis) yhe graph isnt go through origin.but if you start with 5 and plot thegraph.when u extend the plotted points backwards it goes through origin.i checked both of that in the exam
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    (Original post by barbiedoll98)
    if you start the graph with 20( x axis) yhe graph isnt go through origin.but if you start with 5 and plot thegraph.when u extend the plotted points backwards it goes through origin.i checked both of that in the exam
    Ooh i didn't know u could do it that way...Thanks for the info
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    (Original post by MaximusCLDRN)
    Ooh i didn't know u could do it that way...Thanks for the info
    i guess i am right😂😂😂😂😂
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    Is the graph supposed to be l against t^2 or . t^2 against l


    I did l against t^2 with proof of S=1/2 at^2 (Y=mx)
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    (Original post by flufdude)
    Is the graph supposed to be l against t^2 or . t^2 against l


    I did l against t^2 with proof of S=1/2 at^2 (Y=mx)
    yes t^2
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    (Original post by barbiedoll98)
    yes t^2
    I mean t^2 on the x axis and length (x10^-2) on the y axis
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    Because for the 5 mark question it stated that it should plot a graph of length *against* t^2
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    (Original post by flufdude)
    I mean t^2 on the x axis and length (x10^-2) on the y axis
    no wrong..T^2 IS THE DEPENDENT VARIABLE(Y AXIS)
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