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Edexcel International A level (IAL): Physics Unit 6 (WPH06) - 19th May, 2016 - PM Watch

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    (Original post by Zacken)
    You will.
    The things is with my answer percentage difference was high so i wrote it was not accurate but others had small percentage difference so they wrote it was accurate. So i won't get any mark there?
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    (Original post by Mahdia Akter)
    The things is with my answer percentage difference was high so i wrote it was not accurate but others had small percentage difference so they wrote it was accurate. So i won't get any mark there?
    When error is carried forward no matter you find wrong answer you will get all the marks!
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    (Original post by Mahdia Akter)
    The things is with my answer percentage difference was high so i wrote it was not accurate but others had small percentage difference so they wrote it was accurate. So i won't get any mark there?
    You'll still get the mark.
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    (Original post by Mahdia Akter)
    In no. 4 possibly everything was right except that i forgot to multiply 10^-3 with the temperature while calculating p and so the answer was 3.45 rather than 3450. The next two answers were right except that i took the wrong value. Does anyone have any idea whether i will get marks for the rest two i mean the vaue of e and comment about accuracy or not?
    I had an issue with the sign in that question aswell but all you lose for such errors is 1 mark in the first part and you still get full ecf marks in next parts so dw
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    (Original post by andreashadj99)
    Not sure if this is going to be acceptable. Also my second answer
    "The capacitors' must be rated at least to the maximum emf of the power supply. Otherwise they may get damaged."
    is incorrect since we do not know the capacitance of the capacitor Y.
    Well, mine seems more legit as in the question they asked "What measures you would take to protect the capacitor from damaging." So, this is the only most effective measure you can take to protect the capacitor.

    Adding a fixed resistor.

    Well, I might be wrong but until now my answer does make sense.
 
 
 
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