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1. ### Actuarial studies

Sounds like the perfect course for me, however I don't live near Canberra
2. ### Did I prove this right?

http://imgur.com/wFEFF5r
3. ### Assessment 1 Practice Links

http://www.fathomingphysics.com.au/student_resources.php This might also come in handy for physics
4. ### General Thoughts: Physics

Pls no... this is hsc physics

4u motion..
6. ### Actuarial studies

I'm considering applying for actuarial studies at UNSW What exactly does this entail? I know this is about statistics, probability, mathematics and communication Could anyone with experience regarding this career/ degree provide an insight into their personal experiences of doing this...
7. ### General Thoughts: Physics

*parabolic. Magnetic field is circular i think.
8. ### General Thoughts: Physics

Also, the electron is not instantaneously deflected by the electric field as it shows for a large portion of the electron's path to be undeflected whilst in an electric field. Also, it shows linear motion, however it should curve out a parabolic path towards the positive plate.
9. ### General Thoughts: Physics

Model x assumes a uniform gravitational field, where acceleration due to gravity is assumed to be constant for every point in Earth's gravitational field (9.8m/s^2) I calculated the value of g at an altitude of 200km above the Earth's surface using g = GM/r^2 which turned out to be around...
10. ### Section I: Multiple Choice

The answer is 40. Find expressions for sinx and cosx, and divide to find tanx. The angle turned out to be 40
11. ### HSC Physics Marathon 2013-2015 Archive

re: HSC Physics Marathon Archive Yes, equate ma with mv^2/r
12. ### HSC Physics Marathon 2013-2015 Archive

re: HSC Physics Marathon Archive a = v^2/r
13. ### HSC Physics Marathon 2013-2015 Archive

re: HSC Physics Marathon Archive The theory of relativity states that the laws of physics are the same for all inertial frames of reference; it is impossible to conduct a physical experiment within an inertial frame without reference to an external point. The principle of special relativity...
14. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics Extension 1

took me 1 second to do it in my head..
15. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics Extension 1

100 There's probably a low 100 and a high 100
16. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics Extension 1

its known that sinx/x = 1 so lim x-> 3 1/(x+2) = 1/5

yes

Not really.

inb4 100%
20. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics Extension 1

You were not required to provide a proof for finding the angles in the first two parts.