AQA Physics Unit 1 (4.1) - Energy and Energy Production Revision

AQA Physics Unit 1 (4.1) - Energy and Energy Production Revision

This consolidated revision resource consists of 131 slides of content, past paper questions (3 for each topic ordered in difficulty from Foundation to Higher) for revision and the answers for self or peer marking (each slide is referenced so students know what they will be marking) - Perfect for setting up a physics revision class or consolidation if you are short of time! Each point of AQA 4.1 specification has been covered and referenced in a slide to share learning outcomes, and a simplified version of this has been placed next to the specification points to direct students to what they need to know. This resource has been split into 6 'sessions', and have been used for after school revision sessions for students on the combined science course (foundation and higher) and the Physics only course. These sessions are: 1) Energy Stores and Systems 2) Specific Heat Capacity 3) Power 4) Efficiency 5) Energy Sources 6) Thermal Conductivity Each session (including the exam questions) is around 20 slides long, and I have found it takes about 45-60 minutes to go through each one. Check the animations before delivery to look at timings before delivery to the students. Enjoy!
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AQA Physics Unit 2 (4.2) - Electricity Revision

AQA Physics Unit 2 (4.2) - Electricity Revision

This consolidated revision resource consists of 200 slides of content, past paper questions (3 for each topic ordered in difficulty from Foundation to Higher) for revision and the answers for self or peer marking (each slide is referenced so students know what they will be marking) - Perfect for setting up a physics revision class or consolidation if you are short of time! Each point of AQA 4.2 specification has been covered and referenced in a slide to share learning outcomes, and a simplified version of this has been placed next to the specification points to direct students to what they need to know. This resource has been split into 9 'sessions', and have been used for after school revision sessions for students on the combined science course (foundation and higher) and the Physics only course. These sessions are: 1) Circuit Symbols, Charge and Current 2) Current, Resistance and Potential Difference 3) IV Characteristics 4) Series and Parallel Circuits 5) Mains Electricity 6) Electrical Power 7) The National Grid 8) Static Electricity (Physics Only) 9) Electric fields (Physics Only) Physics Only Content has been highlighted with red titles. Each session (including the exam questions) is around 20 slides long, and I have found it takes about 45-60 minutes to go through each one. Session 1 and 2 are exceptions to this as part of this revision resource, as they are slightly shorter - both could be delivered in 60 minutes. Check the animations before delivery to look at timings before delivery to the students. Enjoy!
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AQA Physics Unit 4 (4.4) - Atomic Structure Revision

AQA Physics Unit 4 (4.4) - Atomic Structure Revision

This consolidated revision resource consists of 190 slides of content, past paper questions (3 for each topic ordered in difficulty from Foundation to Higher) for revision and the answers for self or peer marking (each slide is referenced so students know what they will be marking) - Perfect for setting up a physics revision class or consolidation if you are short of time! Each point of AQA 4.4 specification has been covered and referenced in a slide to share learning outcomes, and a simplified version of this has been placed next to the specification points to direct students to what they need to know. This resource has been split into 9 'sessions', and have been used for after school revision sessions for students on the combined science course (foundation and higher) and the Physics only course. These sessions are: 1) Atoms and Electrons 2) Atoms and Isotopes 3) Models of the Atom 4) Decay and Radiation 5) Decay Equations 6) Half-Life (Including Higher Only Content) 7) Contamination and Irradiation 8) Background Radiation (Physics Only) 9) Fusion and Fission (Physics Only) Physics only content is highlighted with red boxes at the top of the page. Each session (including the exam questions) is around 20 slides long, and I have found it takes about 45-60 minutes to go through each one. Check the animations before delivery to look at timings before delivery to the students. Enjoy!
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Specific Latent Heat

Specific Latent Heat

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to Internal Energy and Energy Transfer. This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *Identify the key parts of a cooling curve graph. *Describe how to calculate the energy required to melt a substance. *Explain, using results from a practical, the energy required to melt ice. *Apply your understanding of the equation for specific latent heat, to rearrange and find other quantities from the information is given. *Link your understanding of units and specific latent heat to explain why the units of specific latent heat are different to specific heat capacity. This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson. Enjoy! NB: Please note that the worked answers to the differentiated questions have been uploaded into the bundle (26/09/2016)
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Black Body Radiation - GCSE 9-1 Physics

Black Body Radiation - GCSE 9-1 Physics

This is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and specification, and covers part of the Space Physics module. This lesson has 3 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *Identify the factors that effect the rate at which an object can absorb and emit radiation *Describe what is meant by a black body *Explain how radiation determines the temperature of the Earth This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson. Enjoy!
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Uses of Electromagnets (KS3)

Uses of Electromagnets (KS3)

This resource is a lesson aimed at teaching KS3 Physics, Electricity and Magnetism. It is aimed at teaching the AQA GCSE course from the beginning of year 9. This lesson looks at Electromagnets and their uses in the real world including Maglev trains, the electric bell and an electric shower. This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *Identify the key components of an electromagnet (recap). *Describe the different applications of electromagnets. *Explain the advantages of using electromagnets to operate a train compared to a normal locomotive. *Apply your understanding of electromagnets and the Earth's magnetic field to make a prediction of whether a switch in the Earth’s magnetic field will affect Maglev trains. This lesson is designed challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations will work in your lesson. Enjoy!
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New AQA Physics Trilogy and Physics Unit of Lessons 4.3 (10 differentiated lessons)

New AQA Physics Trilogy and Physics Unit of Lessons 4.3 (10 differentiated lessons)

These resources are fully differentiated lessons aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, with links to the Energy and Particle model of matter modules. The lessons Include: 1. Specific heat capacity of water. 2. Specific heat capacity of materials. 3. Kinetic theory and pressure. 4. Cooling by evaporation. 5. State change and the conservation of mass. 6. Specific latent heat. 7. Density - regular shapes. 8. Density - Irregular shapes 9. Density - Calculation practice. 10. Density - Liquids Each lesson in this bundle has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format (Identify, Describe, Explain, Apply, Link) to challenge a wide range of students. These lessons are designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. All answers are provided in the slide shows, and are ready to teach! Review the lessons before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in each of your lessons. Enjoy!
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New AQA Physics - Waves Unit of Lessons 4.6 (15 differentiated lessons)

New AQA Physics - Waves Unit of Lessons 4.6 (15 differentiated lessons)

These resources are fully differentiated lessons aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics specification, with links to the Waves unit of work. These lessons cover all of the content required for the whole waves unit. These include: *Waves and Wave properties *Reflection and Refraction *Em waves, Infrared, Radio, X-rays and CT Scans. *S and P waves and the structure of the Earth. *Lenses and Ultrasound Each lesson in this bundle has between 3 and 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format (Identify, Describe, Explain, Apply, Link) to challenge a wide range of students. All you need to do is select the objectives that best suit the ability of the group you are teaching. These lessons are designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. All answers are provided in the slide shows, and are ready to teach! Review the lessons before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in each of your lessons. Enjoy!
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New AQA Physics - Electromagnetism Unit of Lessons 4.7 (5 differentiated lessons)

New AQA Physics - Electromagnetism Unit of Lessons 4.7 (5 differentiated lessons)

These resources are fully differentiated lessons aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics specification, with links to the Electromagnetism unit of work. These lessons cover all of the content required for the whole Electromagnetism unit. These include: * Transformers *Induction *Magnetic fields and Patterns *Electromagnetism * The Motor Effect Each lesson in this bundle has between 3 and 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format (Identify, Describe, Explain, Apply, Link) to challenge a wide range of students. All you need to do is select the objectives that best suit the ability of the group you are teaching. These lessons are designed with challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. All answers are provided in the slide shows, and are ready to teach! Review the lessons before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in each of your lessons. Enjoy!
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The Motor Effect: GCSE 9-1 Physics

The Motor Effect: GCSE 9-1 Physics

This is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to the Electromagnetism module. This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *Identify the left hand rule, and describe how to use it *Describe the key parts of a motor and their jobs *Explain how to use the motor effect to build a motor *Apply the motor effect to explain how a microphone works This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson. Enjoy!
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The Earth and Seasons (KS3)

The Earth and Seasons (KS3)

This resource is a lesson aimed at teaching KS3 Physics, Space. It is aimed at teaching the AQA GCSE course from the beginning of year 9. This lesson looks at series and the Earth and Seasons, What a day and year is and what causes the seasons. This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *Describe what a day and a year on Earth is. *Describe what causes seasons on Earth. *Apply graphical data to predict temperatures of different parts of the world. *Link your understanding of seasons to predict the temperature of Australia in December. This lesson is designed challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations will work in your lesson. Enjoy!
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GCSE Physics Structure Strips - Kinetic Theory and Density

GCSE Physics Structure Strips - Kinetic Theory and Density

As a teacher, one thing that I have always found is that students find extended answer questions either really easy or extremely difficult - there never seems to be a middle ground! To help, I have put some structure strips together for the GCSE physics course to support the students that really struggle with providing an extended answer. So far the feedback is that students love them as they really have helped these students become more independent in their study. There are 3 parts to this product: 1) The structure strips for 3 separate GCSE questions (one on density, one on changes of state and one on kinetic theory). These can be printed, cut and glued into students books (I have used pastel colours because of printing in black and white, but feel free to change this to liven it up!). 2) 2 copies of each of the questions with lines for students to write their answers on. Print these 2 to a page, and they can be glued next to the structure strips in an A4 book. 3) A WAGOLL (What A Good One Looks Like) with annotations to show students how they could further improve their answers if required. This can be used over a projector to show students, zooming in and moving around with a projector remote as a peer/self-assess exercise when marking answers. I have started putting this resource together for Atomic Structure and Radioactivity, and more will be in the pipework if people like them! Enjoy!
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AQA Physics Unit 1 (4.1) - Energy and Energy Production Revision

AQA Physics Unit 1 (4.1) - Energy and Energy Production Revision

This consolidated revision resource consists of 131 slides of content, past paper questions (3 for each topic ordered in difficulty from Foundation to Higher) for revision and the answers for self or peer marking (each slide is referenced so students know what they will be marking) - Perfect for setting up a physics revision class or consolidation if you are short of time! Each point of AQA 4.1 specification has been covered and referenced in a slide to share learning outcomes, and a simplified version of this has been placed next to the specification points to direct students to what they need to know. This resource has been split into 6 'sessions', and have been used for after school revision sessions for students on the combined science course (foundation and higher) and the Physics only course. These sessions are: 1) Energy Stores and Systems 2) Specific Heat Capacity 3) Power 4) Efficiency 5) Energy Sources 6) Thermal Conductivity Each session (including the exam questions) is around 20 slides long, and I have found it takes about 45-60 minutes to go through each one. Check the animations before delivery to look at timings before delivery to the students. Enjoy!
ellisbrooomhall
AQA Physics Unit 2 (4.2) - Electricity Revision

AQA Physics Unit 2 (4.2) - Electricity Revision

This consolidated revision resource consists of 200 slides of content, past paper questions (3 for each topic ordered in difficulty from Foundation to Higher) for revision and the answers for self or peer marking (each slide is referenced so students know what they will be marking) - Perfect for setting up a physics revision class or consolidation if you are short of time! Each point of AQA 4.2 specification has been covered and referenced in a slide to share learning outcomes, and a simplified version of this has been placed next to the specification points to direct students to what they need to know. This resource has been split into 9 'sessions', and have been used for after school revision sessions for students on the combined science course (foundation and higher) and the Physics only course. These sessions are: 1) Circuit Symbols, Charge and Current 2) Current, Resistance and Potential Difference 3) IV Characteristics 4) Series and Parallel Circuits 5) Mains Electricity 6) Electrical Power 7) The National Grid 8) Static Electricity (Physics Only) 9) Electric fields (Physics Only) Physics Only Content has been highlighted with red titles. Each session (including the exam questions) is around 20 slides long, and I have found it takes about 45-60 minutes to go through each one. Session 1 and 2 are exceptions to this as part of this revision resource, as they are slightly shorter - both could be delivered in 60 minutes. Check the animations before delivery to look at timings before delivery to the students. Enjoy!
ellisbrooomhall
AQA Physics Unit 4 (4.4) - Atomic Structure Revision

AQA Physics Unit 4 (4.4) - Atomic Structure Revision

This consolidated revision resource consists of 190 slides of content, past paper questions (3 for each topic ordered in difficulty from Foundation to Higher) for revision and the answers for self or peer marking (each slide is referenced so students know what they will be marking) - Perfect for setting up a physics revision class or consolidation if you are short of time! Each point of AQA 4.4 specification has been covered and referenced in a slide to share learning outcomes, and a simplified version of this has been placed next to the specification points to direct students to what they need to know. This resource has been split into 9 'sessions', and have been used for after school revision sessions for students on the combined science course (foundation and higher) and the Physics only course. These sessions are: 1) Atoms and Electrons 2) Atoms and Isotopes 3) Models of the Atom 4) Decay and Radiation 5) Decay Equations 6) Half-Life (Including Higher Only Content) 7) Contamination and Irradiation 8) Background Radiation (Physics Only) 9) Fusion and Fission (Physics Only) Physics only content is highlighted with red boxes at the top of the page. Each session (including the exam questions) is around 20 slides long, and I have found it takes about 45-60 minutes to go through each one. Check the animations before delivery to look at timings before delivery to the students. Enjoy!
ellisbrooomhall
Errors, Precision and Accuracy

Errors, Precision and Accuracy

This is a differentiated resource aimed at teachers and tutors that are delivering the OCR A Level Physics course. This lesson covers Unit 2: Errors, Precision and Accuracy. Throughout the resource, there are a number of examples and AfL points to makes sure that students are moving along with the new ideas, with answers provided for all questions. There are also additional practice questions provided to give students extra practice on these areas if required. The learning objectives and the associated links to the OCR A Level Physics A (H156/H556) Specificaition covered through this resource are: Describe what an error is, and how an error can be caused. 2.2.1(a) Describe what is meant by precision and accuracy, and how to improve it. 1.1.4(d)/2.2.1(b) [M1.5] Explain how to combine different types of errors. 2.2.1(c) [M1.5] Link your understanding of errors to the application of error bars on a graph. 1.1.3(d)(ii)/1.1.4(b)*/2.2.1(d) [M1.5, M3.2-M3.5] NB: These specification links are correct at the point of uploading (22/08/17) and will be monitored for updates. *There are 3 sets of data for this task in the resource, only data set 3 will cover this learning objective. The resources included are intended to be used in the following manner: - L3 Errors, Precision and Accuracy.pptx (58 slides) This is the teaching resource and designed to be used as the front of classroom resource. This includes answers for student marking opportunities. Make sure that you go through the resource to see how the animations fit in with each of the slides. This resource is intended to last over 2-4 hours of teaching. - L3 Errors, Precision and Accuracy.pptx (39 slides) This resource is designed to be printed and provided to students as a students handout. All answers have been removed, and key pieces of informtion remain as to be a revision support. This does not have to be used. All resources are ready to use to teach, but can be adapted to fit other exam boards, specifications and order of teaching. Enjoy!
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OCR A Level Physics - Unit 6: Models of the Atom

OCR A Level Physics - Unit 6: Models of the Atom

This is a differentiated resource aimed at teachers and tutors that are delivering the OCR A Level Physics course. This lesson covers Unit 6: Models of the Atom. Throughout the resource, there are a number of examples and AfL points to makes sure that students are moving along with the new ideas, with answers provided for all questions. There are also additional practice questions from past papers provided at the end of the powerpoint (including answers) that can be used to show the students application of understanding. The learning objectives and the associated links to the OCR A Level Physics A (H156/H556) Specificaition covered through this resource are: OCR A level Physics - 6.4.1 a)Alpha-particle scattering experiment; evidence of a small charged nucleus b) Simple nuclear model of the atom; protons, neutrons and electrons c) Relative sizes of atom and nucleus d) Proton number; nucleon number; isotopes; notation for the representation of nuclei e) Strong nuclear force f) Radius of nuclei g) Mean densities of atoms and nuclei NB: These specification links are correct at the point of uploading (15/01/18) and will be monitored for updates. 10/02/2018 V1.01 - A few adjustments to the slides and animations have been adjusted, with some answers updated
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OCR A Level Physics - Unit 6: Fundamental Particles

OCR A Level Physics - Unit 6: Fundamental Particles

This is a differentiated resource aimed at teachers and tutors that are delivering the OCR A Level Physics course. This lesson covers Unit 6: Fundamental Particles. Throughout the resource, there are a number of examples and AfL points to makes sure that students are moving along with the new ideas, with answers provided for all questions. There are also additional practice questions from past papers provided at the end of the powerpoint (including answers) that can be used to show the students application of understanding. The learning objectives and the associated links to the OCR A Level Physics A (H156/H556) Specificaition covered through this resource are: OCR A level Physics - 6.4.2 a) Particles and anti-particles b) Similarities and differences between particles and anti-particles c) Classification of hadrons and the forces they are affected by d) Classification of leptons and the forces they experience e) Simple quark model of hadrons in terms of up, down and strange quarks and their respective anti-quarks f) Quark model of proton and neutron g) Charges of quarks and anti quarks h) Beta+ and beta- decay i) Beta minus decay in terms of a quark model j) Beta+ decay in terms of a quark model k) Balancing quark transformation equations in terms of charge l) Decay of particles in terms of the quark model NB: These specification links are correct at the point of uploading (15/01/18) and will be monitored for updates. Please look through the animations before using in your lesson to make sure that the timings work for you. Enjoy V1.01 - Some answers and animations ammended 01/02/2018
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Resultant Forces: 9-1 GCSE Physics

Resultant Forces: 9-1 GCSE Physics

This is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to the Forces and motion unit. This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: • Identify the resultant force acting on an object. • Describe the motion of an object that has a zero and non-zero resultant force. • Explain the forces acting on an object by reading a free body diagram. • Apply your knowledge to draw a scaled free body diagram that shows forces as vectors, to find the overall resultant vector. • Link Pythagoras theorem to find the resultant force acting on an object when 2 forces are acting at right angles to each other. This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson. Enjoy!
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Colour - New AQA GCSE Physics

Colour - New AQA GCSE Physics

This resource is a lesson aimed at teaching the New AQA GCSE Physics course. this lesson is based on colour, what makes white light and the types of reflection. This lesson has 3 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *Explain that light is made up of a spectrum of colours. *Apply your understanding to explain how filtering works. *Link your understanding of colour and light rays to explain why we can see our reflection in a mirror but not a sheet of paper. This lesson is designed challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, aimed at getting the most out of the more able students learning the New 9-1 Science course. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations will work in your lesson. Enjoy!
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Physical Quantities and Units

Physical Quantities and Units

This is a differentiated resource aimed at teachers and tutors that are delivering the OCR A Level Physics course. This lesson covers Unit 2: Physical Quantities and Units. Throughout the resource, there are a number of examples and AfL points to makes sure that students are moving along with the new ideas, with answers provided for all questions. There are also additional practice questions provided to give students extra practice on these areas if required. The learning objectives and the associated links to the OCR A Level Physics A (H156/H556) Specificaition covered through this resource are: -Identify that physical quantities have a numerical value and a unit 2.1.1(a) -Name the SI base quantities and units 2.1.2(a)/2.1.2(c) -Describe how to find derived units of SI base units 2.1.2(b) -Explain why prefixes are used, their symbols, and what values they represent. 2.1.2(e) -Apply understanding to check the homogeneity of equations using the SI base units 2.1.2(d) NB: These specification links are correct at the point of uploading (22/08/17) and will be monitored for updates. The resources included are intended to be used in the following manner: - L1 Physical Qantities and Units.pptx (58 slides) This is the teaching resource and designed to be used as the front of classroom resource. This includes answers for student marking opportunities. Make sure that you go through the resource to see how the animations fit in with each of the slides. This resource is intended to last over 2-4 hours of teaching. - L1 Physical Qantities and Units condensed.pptx (26 slides) This resource is designed to be printed and provided to students as a students handout. All answers have been removed, and key pieces of informtion remain as to be a revision support. This does not have to be used. -ILT Standard form Practice.pdf This is to be used as a support if students need some more practice on standard form conversions. Only page 2-3 are required, but more of the resoruce can be used. All resources are ready to use to teach, but can be adapted to fit other exam boards, specifications and order of teaching. Enjoy!
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Electromagnets (KS3)

Electromagnets (KS3)

This resource is a lesson aimed at teaching KS3 Physics, Electricity and Magnetism. It is aimed at teaching the AQA GCSE course from the beginning of year 9. This lesson looks at Electromagnets, how to build one and the different factors the can be changes to vary the strength of an electromagnet. This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *I can identify the key similarities and differences in a magnet and an electromagnet. *I can describe how to make an electromagnet. *I can explain how to change the strength of an electromagnet. *I can link my understanding of electromagnets to explain why these are more useful than permanent magnets in some situations. This lesson is designed challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations will work in your lesson. Enjoy!
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