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    (Original post by Meteorshower)
    What, like eat it, and clean the crap a bit before you eat it again?

    Depends if it goes down the wrong hole.
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    Is it doing much for you?
    Well the angle to which it rises as it emerges from the water is certainly something:yep:
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    (Original post by rosie9391)
    Jealous, never! I've experienced an 80ft yacht before...now you would of liked the boom on that
    hmmmm there is such a thing as too big yknow - Was it easy to control?
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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
    *waits for another sexual innuendo*
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    Hm... Menswear (particularly formalwear/suits) retailers in the UK? M&S, Moss Bros, Burton. Any others?
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    (Original post by Meteorshower)
    My pants are top notch :cool:
    Cool beans but pics or it didn't happen :p:


    *jokes*:o:
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    Depends if it goes down the wrong hole.
    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    hmmmm there is such a thing as too big yknow - Was it easy to control?
    You are the source. :ninja:
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Hm... Menswear (particularly formalwear/suits) retailers in the UK? M&S, Moss Bros, Burton. Any others?
    Topshop? They've got some nifty suits.
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    hmmmm there is such a thing as too big yknow - Was it easy to control?
    When I'm at the helm, always. :p:
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    :facepalm:

    Seems like there is way too much sexual tension here.
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    (Original post by akj08)
    Well the angle to which it rises as it emerges from the water is certainly something:yep:
    ahh, so its all about the angle for you is it?

    Motion of the ocean etc?
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    (Original post by CallumFR)
    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?

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    Nope, how could it have that displacement at two different times? It will have a vertical displacement of 2m at different times, but not horizontal of 40m.

    Unless it's a boomerang in disguise :p:
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    (Original post by rosie9391)
    When I'm at the helm, always. :p:
    :eek:

    what are your opinions on bananas?
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Hm... Menswear (particularly formalwear/suits) retailers in the UK? M&S, Moss Bros, Burton. Any others?
    Next, Debenhams, Tesco :p:
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    (Original post by Kirsteneg)
    You are the source. :ninja:
    The source of all pleasure. :p:
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    (Original post by Meteorshower)
    Nope, how could it have that displacement at two different times? It will have a vertical displacement of 2m at different times, but not horizontal of 40m.

    Unless it's a boomerang in disguise :p:
    I don't think you understood what I meant hmm

    I realise a vertical discplacement of 2m happens at different times, and that horizontally 40m is only once. However, by using t = 50/v (gained from the horizontal motion) in the equation for vertical motion, aren't they assuming than when x = 40, y = 2?

    Hope that makes it clearer what I mean

    EDIT: I just re-read the question and realise how stupid I was ha. I thought 40m was when the ball would hit the ground. Sorry for wasting your time :p:
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    Small fish in a big pond tomorrow. Imma miss staying up until 4am :sad:
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    :eek:

    what are your opinions on bananas?
    They smell funny and I don't like the stringy bit's on them, they don't go down too well. :p:
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    ahh, so its all about the angle for you is it?

    Motion of the ocean etc?
    Oh yeah, the choppier the better.
    But as Rosie says, with the immense size of it I don't know how much speed you could build up after the angle is at its climax and the submersion begins?
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Hm... Menswear (particularly formalwear/suits) retailers in the UK? M&S, Moss Bros, Burton. Any others?
    What's it for?
 
 
 
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