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Re: HSC Physics Marathon[NEW SYLLABUS]
« Reply #30 on: October 26, 2019, 09:42:37 pm »
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My solution, I think it may be easier to see, but bit longer to do :P ;D
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i) Out of page (using rhpr but flipped hand because electrons)

ii) Using mass spectomrtry equation
i.e. qvB=mv2/r
r = mv/qB
rearranging v = rqB/m .............. (1)

Now Consider:
K = (1/2)mv2
rearrange to make v subject: v = sqrt(2K/m) ............... (2)

Equating (1) and (2)
sqrt(2K/m) = rqB/m
2K/m = (r2q2B2)/m2
Just rearrange to make B2 subject
B2 > 2Km/qr
B > sqrt((2Km/qr))
(Now: q=e and r=d)
B > sqrt((2Km/e2d2))
There may be lots of errors because it is too messy to read with this crap formatting.
Well done on this attempt!




Well done on getting this far! You've almost got it
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Re: HSC Physics Marathon[NEW SYLLABUS]
« Reply #31 on: November 27, 2019, 09:55:39 pm »
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UPDATE:
Now that the HSC has happened we know what level of questions to expect.
With my finals finishing in the next 2/3 weeks. I will be releasing a whole papers worth of questions!

Coincidentally a question that appeared in the HSC was one of the questions that I uploaded here! ;)
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Re: HSC Physics Marathon[NEW SYLLABUS]
« Reply #32 on: November 27, 2019, 10:55:58 pm »
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UPDATE:
Now that the HSC has happened we know what level of questions to expect.
With my finals finishing in the next 2/3 weeks. I will be releasing a whole papers worth of questions!

Coincidentally a question that appeared in the HSC was one of the questions that I uploaded here! ;)

Thanks DrDusk! :D
This is very exciting, I can't wait to complete some questions! ;D

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Re: Weekly HSC Physics Marathon
« Reply #33 on: December 04, 2019, 10:30:22 pm »
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Question 1:

This one is quite easy. Make sure to set your working and equations out clearly.
What does it mean by far the ball has dropped when it strikes the hill???

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Re: Weekly HSC Physics Marathon
« Reply #34 on: December 04, 2019, 10:32:34 pm »
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What does it mean by far the ball has dropped when it strikes the hill???
It means what is it's 'y' displacement from where it was launched.
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Re: Weekly HSC Physics Marathon
« Reply #35 on: December 04, 2019, 10:34:30 pm »
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It means what is it's 'y' displacement from where it was launched.
So its height at the marked point? or are you talking about its range for the launch position?
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Re: Weekly HSC Physics Marathon
« Reply #36 on: December 04, 2019, 10:39:30 pm »
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So its height at the marked point? or are you talking about its range for the launch position?
It's how far it as fallen so (the height of the building) - (it's height at that point)
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Re: Weekly HSC Physics Marathon
« Reply #37 on: December 04, 2019, 10:42:01 pm »
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It's how far it as fallen so (the height of the building) - (it's height at that point)
ohhhh ok. Thank you so much!!!