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I don't rem exactly.I had solved it in hurry and my scaling factor was of the order of 10^6 means that on y axis I took 1/lambda square 10^6.and I rem it was BT 1.810^29 or like that.don't rem the power but 1.85 was what I had got.

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TopNewest@Aniket Sanghi @aryan goyat @Archit Agrawal @Spandan Senapati @Samarth Agarwal @neelesh vij

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@AYUSH JAIN @Rajdeep Dhingra @Harsh Shrivastava @Piyush Sethia

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@Vitthal Yellambalse @Ayush Choubey @Vatsalya Tandon

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Best of luck for INPhO !

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Best of luck for inpho to all

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Best of luck for inpho guyz !! :p

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Best of luck

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How was inpho.??how much did you attempt.

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What value you got for N and omega in Q6 ? Did you solve Q5 ?

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I don't rem exactly.I had solved it in hurry and my scaling factor was of the order of 10^6 means that on y axis I took 1/lambda square

10^6.and I rem it was BT 1.810^29 or like that.don't rem the power but 1.85 was what I had got.Log in to reply

Seems like the paper was quite lengthy. And the cutoffs may hover around 45-50.or may be somewhat less.anyway it would be between 60 and 70%.

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How was inpho guys...

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did anyone solve ques 5

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what is the expected cutoff in inao?

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Hey guys is the ans for ques 5 omega=3/16 B^2 L^3 pi/MR ???

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https://brilliant.org/problems/inpho/?ref_id=1316764

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Easy question Still got wrong messed up the cos and sines XD

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how did u approach the problem

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Any idea about expected cut off for INPHO ??

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maybe around 45-55

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Hey do you study in Allen.kota

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What are your INPhO 2017 scores ?

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INjSO marks also (I didn't give the paper just interested)

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