Yes! your not the only oneAm I the only one who found this difficult?
Nope, this was probably the most difficult physics exam I've done.Am I the only one who found this difficult?
I dont remember integration in physics.I used integration for more than one question LOL i got the answer but do i get marks
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Lol not worth the risk.I used integration for more than one question LOL i got the answer but do i get marks
I did that too bbHow did everyone answer the differences in work done by the two change in gravitational potential energy equations?
I just said Model X assumed a value for g at 9.8 which is not always accurate, but both equations gave similar results because Ep = mgh works at this relatively low-value altitude of 300km.
I also said that the value for g was an average in model x, but I think I also said that in model Y, the radius of Earth was assumed to be average as well, as when the Earth spins it bulges at the Equator and flattens at the poles. I said they give similar results because in both cases, Ep relates to work done at the low altitude....How did everyone answer the differences in work done by the two change in gravitational potential energy equations?
I just said Model X assumed a value for g at 9.8 which is not always accurate, but both equations gave similar results because Ep = mgh works at this relatively low-value altitude of 300km.