Designed to accompany the Pearson Further Mechanics 1 textbook for Further Maths. Produced by Mr A Ingall for DrFrostMaths.
Thanks so much for such useful resources. I think also on slide 18 Q3 should be 164(1-e^2) rather than 64(1-e)^2
Hello thank you so much for these really helpful slides. I can not begin to imagine how you do it all and especially right now it makes life manageable for me. Some corrections to this powerpoint I believe:
Slide 9: <= not < 3 lines up from end of solution
Slide 11: 0<=e<1/2 Final answer
Slide 18: Q2, answer is 6J (for both particles)
Slide 19 : last line 2.16J