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Posted by Hiza (U14875141) on Tuesday, 8th January 2013
Hi, I'm doing Edexcel Physics A level and was revising unit 1 topic 2 Materials and came across Stoke's Law. I was wondering if anyone could help with a few basic explanations to what it is used for and how it relates to a graph.
Posted by BitesizePhysicsTeacher (U15165682) on Tuesday, 8th January 2013
Sorry Hiza, but this message board is for Scottish Physics courses, none of which cover Stoke's law (it's to do with friction, right?).
There don't appear to be any A Level message boards, but it might be worth a try asking over at the GSCE message board - www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mb...
Might be worth searching for references elsewhere on the internet too.
Posted by Hiza (U14875141) on Friday, 11th January 2013
Thank you, I've tried the GCSE board but i guess the level is a bit to high, I've read a few extra books and i think i get it, i guess putting into practice is the only real way to find out
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