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Edexcel Unit 4: Physics on the Move 6PH04 (11th June 2015) Watch

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    (Original post by iceangel8)
    So maybe they'll make A2 nasty? haha
    I hope so, then boundaries are low. I do bad in easy papers but good in hrd ones weirdly...


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Using the value from the previous show that gives that value of de broglie wavelengthv


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    dammit youre right. thanks bruh
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    Anyone who has done all the UK papers.
    Which one were the hardest???? I dont have time to finish themz i havent done any 2012 or 2013.


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    (Original post by ertuu)
    Attachment 424319

    This was meant for spacehopper123. Not physicshelper.
    Right ok thanks!


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    (Original post by physicshelper)
    Guys i dont understand this question from Jan 2015 IAL
    im using FLHR and i'm getting my current from south to north

    Attachment 424301
    What is the answer for this question?
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    (Original post by Jackcowdrey)
    What is the answer for this question?
    Pretty sure it is C.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Pretty sure it is C.


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    Could you explain how please? Sorry I really don't get this question aha
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    (Original post by Jackcowdrey)
    Could you explain how please? Sorry I really don't get this question aha
    Field left to right, therefore thumb is up(balance weight) FLHR currebt towards yourself so from north to south


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    Wondering if anyone has a list of required equations that won't be in the data sheet?
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I hope so, then boundaries are low. I do bad in easy papers but good in hrd ones weirdly...


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    Same here! Thought I was going crazy when I did better in the more difficult ones but ironically, I'd like an easy paper tomorrow since I'd feel safer with my answers lol
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    https://ad57adc4f6eb5ea42b541057f162...%20Physics.pdf

    Quest 11. ii)

    When a car travels on a hill. Which direction are the forces
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    (Original post by Freddy-Francis)
    https://ad57adc4f6eb5ea42b541057f162...%20Physics.pdf

    Quest 11. ii)

    When a car travels on a hill. Which direction are the forces
    The driving force is irrelevant since it is tangential to the circle. But the ng down and R up. mg-R= centripetal force.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    The driving force is irrelevant since it is tangential to the circle. But the ng down and R up. mg-R= centripetal force.


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    ok thanks. Can u explain Q 12
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Anyone who has done all the UK papers.
    Which one were the hardest???? I dont have time to finish themz i havent done any 2012 or 2013.
    I think June 2012 stands out from the other papers as being more difficult. But this is only true for the last two questions, in my opinion.
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Anyone who has done all the UK papers.
    Which one were the hardest???? I dont have time to finish themz i havent done any 2012 or 2013.


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    I found June 2012 horrible, i did 12 out 14 past papers available
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    If you have a cuboid conductor passing through a field, which goes left to right, then to work out the flux using phi=BA, is the area you'd use the area of the side face ?

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    (Original post by physicshelper)
    Guys i dont understand this question from Jan 2015 IAL
    im using FLHR and i'm getting my current from south to north

    Attachment 424301
    Whats the correct answer?
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    (Original post by Bishoy)
    I found June 2012 horrible, i did 12 out 14 past papers available
    I prob wont do any UK as i still got 2 IAL ppers.


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    anyone mind sharing the Jan IAL 2015 QP-MS, cause I haven't got them yet!

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by thymolphthalein)
    Wondering if anyone has a list of required equations that won't be in the data sheet?
    r = p/Be

    KE = eV

    E=Q/(r^2)

    That's some of them I think...
 
 
 
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