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https://downloads.umutech.net/Physic.../Materials.pdf

for question 5, I understand why C is the answer, but what's wrong with A? A seems correct too?

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https://downloads.umutech.net/Physic.../Materials.pdf

for question 5, I understand why C is the answer, but what's wrong with A? A seems correct too?

Tysmmm xx
Is this A Level physics? I was going to try and attempt to help but after reading the questions my gcse knowledge is definitely no use here 😅
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Is this A Level physics? I was going to try and attempt to help but after reading the questions my gcse knowledge is definitely no use here 😅
it does say AS physics yes
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Is this A Level physics? I was going to try and attempt to help but after reading the questions my gcse knowledge is definitely no use here 😅
Yeah haha
No worries man, I just have a test tomorrow so I'm freaking out a little bit and trying to cram lmao
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it does say AS physics yes
Whoops I didn’t even notice that in the title 🙈 This is why I always make silly mistakes in tests....
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Whoops I didn’t even notice that in the title 🙈 This is why I always make silly mistakes in tests....
my teacher used to write RTQ on my paper whenever i clearly misread the question

i still make a tonne of typos doing the same thing
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my teacher used to write RTQ on my paper whenever i clearly misread the question

i still make a tonne of typos doing the same thing
I write RTFQ on my papers instead lol:/ bit more aggressive than your teacher..
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Yeah haha
No worries man, I just have a test tomorrow so I'm freaking out a little bit and trying to cram lmao
Sorry for my lack of help 🤣 In my experience cramming at the last minute actually works out well cos whenever I revise earlier it doesn’t stay in my brain 🤓 Good luck for tomorrow, I’m sure you’ll do great!!
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I write RTFQ on my papers instead lol:/ bit more aggressive than your teacher..
LM(F)AO

gets the job done i guess

this was middle school
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Sorry for my lack of help 🤣 In my experience cramming at the last minute actually works out well cos whenever I revise earlier it doesn’t stay in my brain 🤓 Good luck for tomorrow, I’m sure you’ll do great!!
thank youuu x
Hopefully, a physics genius or A-level student sees this before 8 tomorrow/this morning and will be able to help lol

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LM(F)AO

gets the job done i guess

this was middle school
loll yeah. works quite well.
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https://downloads.umutech.net/Physic.../Materials.pdf

for question 5, I understand why C is the answer, but what's wrong with A? A seems correct too?

Tysmmm xx
Sorry, this is late I hope your exam went well! The answer cannot be A because the work done stretching should be shown by the area under the entire curve. So between the very top line, the x-axis and the dotted line on the right.

The shaded area that was shown in the questionwas the difference in work done loading and unloading the specimen. I hope that makes sense?
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Sorry, this is late I hope your exam went well! The answer cannot be A because the work done stretching should be shown by the area under the entire curve. So between the very top line, the x-axis and the dotted line on the right.

The shaded area that was shown in the questionwas the difference in work done loading and unloading the specimen. I hope that makes sense?
thanks so much!

sorry, I didn't seem to get a notification for this- I only saw this because I was about to bump this thread haha. My notifs seem to be extremely messed up :/
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