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  • View Poll Results: Highest Mark in the AH Maths Prelim :: YOUR BETS (Votes are public)
    namedeprived
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    Ape Gone Insane [No one's going to vote for me ]
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    Me, I take AH Maths!
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    APE! You wasted your one chance of a poll...on THIS! NOOOOOO
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    Or maybe she likes its similarness to a penis?
    Sshhh I was trying to be subtle to prove the unbeliever wrong:facepalm:
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    *edges away from thread*
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    No. Ive heard of a word quite similarily to it though.
    Ah well, "phallic" is probably another one you should add to that vocabulary :p:
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    (Original post by akj08)
    Sshhh I was trying to be subtle to prove the unbeliever wrong:facepalm:
    och, he'll never believe.
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    (Original post by iaincarinish)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5a4eUM0i4Tk

    Number 1 in America btw.


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    *Shake's head* That did not help :p:
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    (Original post by Meteorshower)
    Ah well, "phallic" is probably another one you should add to that vocabulary :p:
    hmmmm, i need a better dictionary apparently.

    Nobody likes your smartyPANTS.


    *havent really followed this thread - im hoping teh whole pants thing was you.
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    Okay this is getting more sexually rampant than the LGBT soc chat thread.

    (Believe me, that's saying something :p:)
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    No. Ive heard of a word quite similarily to it though.
    So your not rocking anyones bed tonight then? Upgraded to poles :p:
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    (Original post by rosie9391)
    So your not rocking anyones bed tonight then? Upgraded to poles :p:
    The night is young.


    Jealous, much? :p:
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    hmmmm, i need a better dictionary apparently.

    Nobody likes your smartyPANTS.


    *havent really followed this thread - im hoping teh whole pants thing was you.
    If you have just mistaken me for Ape, I will never forgive you :mad:
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    hmmmm, i need a better dictionary apparently.

    Nobody likes your smartyPANTS.


    *havent really followed this thread - im hoping teh whole pants thing was you.
    lol poor Meteorshower, hopefully he wouldn't wear pant's like that :p:
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    I like a cucumber for it is long so you get what you pay for, it's cheap, wet, crunch and it tastes awesome with salad dressing
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    (Original post by Meteorshower)
    If you have just mistaken me for Ape, I will never forgive you :mad:
    Would that make me a cheeky monkey - hahaha, get it?

    Anyway, must have, aye.
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    (Original post by rosie9391)
    lol poor Meteorshower, hopefully he wouldn't wear pant's like that :p:
    My pants are top notch :cool:
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    (Original post by Ronar)
    I like a cucumber for it is long so you get what you pay for, it's cheap, wet, crunch and it tastes awesome with salad dressing
    Remember to clean it between uses.

    Its healthy for you aswell.
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    Would that make me a cheeky monkey - hahaha, get it?

    Anyway, must have, aye.
    You are on the list :mad:
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    Sorry for using this thread to ask my Physics/Mechanics questions, but anyway :p:

    I'm looking at the solution for question A2 in this past paper. I'm not really sure about the solution here though.

    I understand it all until they eliminate t. It seems they just sub in t = 50/v. They got this expression by setting x = 40 and finding sine of the angle which is fair enough. Values for the vertical motion are then substitured into s = ut + 0.5at^2. The value given in the question for the vertical displacement is 2m. Surely the ball will have a horizontal displacement of 40m, and vertical displacement of 2m at two distinct times? If that's true, I don't understand how they can use t = 50/v for the time in the equation for y, as the two times aren't equivalent?

    Thanks
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    The night is young.


    Jealous, much? :p:
    Jealous, never! I've experienced an 80ft yacht before...now you would of liked the boom on that
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    Remember to clean it between uses.

    Its healthy for you aswell.
    What, like eat it, and clean the crap a bit before you eat it again?

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    Finally, CallumFr brings some much needed sanity to the thread. :p:
 
 
 

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