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  1. oh okay. All the best Yes, but was just wondering how specific the IB is hehe
  2. Guys, does it matter if I answer CH3CH2OCH3 instead of CH3OCH2CH3?
  3. Got it, thanks @kw0573 Its from nov 2014 p1 @iblearner All the best everyone!
  4. hey guys, can any of you solve this for me? thanks @kw0573 @Vioh
  5. Do any of you have the answers for the option B cambridge university book?
  6. Ah I see, for 19 they asked MAX power so its P = VI If they asked average, then its VI/2 For 25, I'm very confused For 37, I answered B as well, but its actually D For 17, so if two EMFs/voltages are in parallel, we can just add them up along with their internal resistance to make one new unit? I thought this only works if they are in series, only then we can add them up to make one new voltage/EMF @kevG Hahahaha, you nearly got all of them right!
  7. If you guys dont mind, could you help me solve these as well? hehe @Vioh @kw0573 @ibstudent321
  8. Guys, for that question I have a feeling the markscheme might be correct. As the question mentioned that it is the "Power is calculated" which means that the uncertainty of power is the one that has been processed. On the other hand, for example, in this question, the volume was the measured variable, and radius was the processed one. Here, after making the radius the subject and add the uncertainty % we get the answer, which is 8% in the markscheme. I'm not so sure if this logic is right, what do you guys think? @Vioh @ibstudent321
  9. Hey guys, I can't solve these correctly. Need explanations, thanks!
  10. hey guys, I've got a doubt regarding dissisipation of power. How do we know when to use P = I^2 R P = V^2 / R P = VI Is there some rule I'm not aware of? For some reason, P = I^2 R is used for power lost, and P = VI is used for total power. Hope to hear form u guys soon!
  11. Hey guys, is there a huge difference in the education and future opportunities for employment in the engineering field between these two countries? If I go to the USA, then I'd have to go to a community college in the first two years first/
  12. Yes, I get it now. The equations you stated really helped. Thanks!
  13. wow thanks so much. For the electron question, I did exactly the same method and I wasn't sure whether it didn't get deflected at all or it got deflected slightly upwards. My logic was that an alpha particle would get deflected upwards as it had a +2 charge. This is because this same electric field managed to cancel out the force on the magnetic field for an electron particle, so won't it slightly deflect an alpha particle upwards due to a heavier charge?
  14. hahaha i get it, its because in the question it said "vertical plane"
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