Permittivity of free space definition for aqa a level physics

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Do we need to know the Permittivity of free space definition for aqa a level physics?
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No
just the constant which is given
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No
just the constant which is given
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thanks how do you know?
because i do aqa and i've read the specification

http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resource...08-SP-2015.PDF
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because i do aqa and i've read the specification

http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resource...08-SP-2015.PDF
Why would it mention it in the spec though if we were given the value of it in the formula booklet?
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Why would it mention it in the spec though if we were given the value of it in the formula booklet?
because we're expected to use it in calculations. just like how the plancks constant is mentioned in the mark scheme
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