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amyzzwq

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Irrelevant Questions VCAA Specialist
« on: September 17, 2021, 08:58:50 pm »
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Hi, hope everyone is ready to grind for term 3 holidays, was wondering if anyone has a list of irrelevant questions of vcaa spec exams?

Thanks in advance!!

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Re: Irrelevant Questions VCAA Specialist
« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2021, 09:19:30 am »
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Hey Amyzzwq!

As far as I know, all the past questions will be relevant. (Except that the coefficient of friction has been removed)

The major difference is none of the previous exams will have any statistics or absolute value questions, so make sure you don't forget about that when doing the past papers.
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Re: Irrelevant Questions VCAA Specialist
« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2021, 09:53:53 am »
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Hey Amyzzwq!

As far as I know, all the past questions will be relevant. (Except that the coefficient of friction has been removed)

The major difference is none of the previous exams will have any statistics or absolute value questions, so make sure you don't forget about that when doing the past papers.

oh I see, wasn't aware, thank you!

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Re: Irrelevant Questions VCAA Specialist
« Reply #3 on: September 18, 2021, 02:25:52 pm »
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Hey Amyzzwq!

As far as I know, all the past questions will be relevant. (Except that the coefficient of friction has been removed)

It could still come up, except the question will state something like "the frictional force has magnitude kR, where R is the magnitude of the normal force and k = ...", rather than using the phrase "coefficient of friction". See last year's exam 2, for instance.

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The major difference is none of the previous exams will have any statistics or absolute value questions, so make sure you don't forget about that when doing the past papers.

Or arc length.