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In a revision guide it says another formula for M is f0/fe but it's only for less than 10 degrees but on the textbook it never mentions that. Is this true for AQA?
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In a revision guide it says another formula for M is f0/fe but it's only for less than 10 degrees but on the textbook it never mentions that. Is this true for AQA?
Sounds like small angle approximation http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu...raxial.html#c1

I think the guide should probably be using the approximately equal sign
rather than the normal equal sign =
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