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10 years ago
#2181
A) So you know that the upper limit of the possible width is 5m. When I tried trial and error, I knew that the highest value I could go up to was 5m.
B) To confuse you
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10 years ago
#2182
Heya,

Can someone please explain this to me? I just don't get why the answer is E.

Muni.
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10 years ago
#2183
(Original post by BananaWaffles)
N= 20x10
=200

200x0.5= 100

100/2 = 50W

You should know ur formulae by now!
Wtf is "N"

And don't be so patronizing.
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10 years ago
#2184
(Original post by BananaWaffles)
N= 20x10
=200

200x0.5= 100

100/2 = 50W

You should know ur formulae by now!
what's N??
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10 years ago
#2185
can someone please explain q 25, section 1, 2007>
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10 years ago
#2186
Anyone know how to do Q19? http://www.admissionstests.cambridge..._Section_2.pdf
Damn physics...
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10 years ago
#2187
(Original post by episteme)
A) So you know that the upper limit of the possible width is 5m. When I tried trial and error, I knew that the highest value I could go up to was 5m.
B) To confuse you
I see :-)
am feeling bit more relaxed about the whole thing now lol
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10 years ago
#2188
(Original post by hannah_vet)
what's N??
Sorry, Newtons. you need to know the weight(N) to find work done (J) and therefore the power (W)
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10 years ago
#2189
(Original post by BananaWaffles)
Sorry, Newtons. you need to know the weight(N) to find work done (J) and therefore the power (W)
so what are the formulas and how did you do it?
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10 years ago
#2190
(Original post by BananaWaffles)
Sorry, Newtons. you need to know the weight(N) to find work done (J) and therefore the power (W)
So use the correct terms then.
C'mon, you should know your formula by now
Practice what you preach.
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10 years ago
#2191
(Original post by Medicine Man)
can someone please explain q 25, section 1, 2007>
question's a little tricky to understand what they want.
but what they say that 35 billion can be produced from 54 000km2 + 334 000km^2 = 388 000

so ratio

35billion:388 000 = x billion : 54 000

x = (35 * 54000) / 388000 = 4.9billion gallons ->B
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10 years ago
#2192
(Original post by Medicine Man)
can someone please explain q 25, section 1, 2007>
388 000 sq km for 35bn gallons, 54 000 sq km for x gallons.

388 / 54 is roughly 4.9.

Hope that helps
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10 years ago
#2193
(Original post by Hyeree)
question's a little tricky to understand what they want.
but what they say that 35 billion can be produced from 54 000km2 + 334 000km^2 = 388 000

so ratio

35billion:388 000 = x billion : 54 000

x = (35 * 54000) / 388000 = 4.9billion gallons ->B
thanks
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10 years ago
#2194
(Original post by BananaWaffles)
388 000 sq km for 35bn gallons, 54 000 sq km for x gallons.

388 / 54 is roughly 4.9.

Hope that helps
thanks
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10 years ago
#2195
not even started the essays yet oops. Anyone in same position?
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10 years ago
#2196
2007 paper. section 1. 19 and 26
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10 years ago
#2197
Do people think its best to rest your brain as much as possible on the morning before the exam, seeing as our brains are gonna hurt by the end of it. Or would it be better to try and "wake it up" by doing sodoku/reading etc before the exam? Bit of a random question but I was just wondering :P

And good luck everyone! I'm so nervous even though it's only one uni choice for me
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10 years ago
#2198
not even started the essays yet oops. Anyone in same position?
Yeah I havent; done any practice ones really, but then again I do those sorts of essays quite often in Philosophy and sometimes french and english, although not under SUCH time pressure.
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10 years ago
#2199
yep. panicking too?

aargh!
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10 years ago
#2200
I just hate unit one and two. I hope we get easy questions. Although, easy doesn't exist when you're doing BMAT.

Good luck everyone. I'm going to bed soon. So I might not be able to say it after this post.

Muni.
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