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1. (Original post by physicsmaths)
It is wrong I think.

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I think its wrong because i didnt substract my answer from initial temperature , othewrise the answer would be 11.6 oh well just 1 mark lost
2. (Original post by blahblah21)
anyone get around 41.something for the new activity?
Me and all my friends got around 42, I think it depends on the rounding you used
3. If I used 75 as t for the activity question (2015 - 1950 = 75 derp) - but did the decay constant and A = A0 e^-kt correctly, how many marks lost?
4. Crap crap crap crappy crap crap anyone find that paper hard???
5. (Original post by josephinemar25)
Crap crap crap crappy crap crap anyone find that paper hard???
GCE or IAL? I found the gce paper tough indeed
6. (Original post by Pudge666)
For the trignometry parallex question can you explain it by drawing the diagram
Yeepp!
I copied the one from mark schemes and added some explanation.

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7. (Original post by callum9977)
If I used 75 as t for the activity question (2015 - 1950 = 75 derp) - but did the decay constant and A = A0 e^-kt correctly, how many marks lost?
2 probably.

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8. (Original post by Pudge666)
I think its wrong because i didnt substract my answer from initial temperature , othewrise the answer would be 11.6 oh well just 1 mark lost
Did you add the mc respectively for each object?

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9. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Did you add the mc respectively for each object?

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Yes
10. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Did you add the mc respectively for each object?

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I got 11.6 for the temp, I added the m and c respectively. Would I lose 1?

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11. 5 minutes
Power 650 Watts
E = Pt = 5 x 650 x 60 = 195000J

Then there were two mcθ you had to equate to?
12. To get an a* in physics do you need an a* in both unit 4 and 5 or just average across unit 4 and 5???
13. (Original post by Middriver)
How did you do it?
Power * 5 * 60 = (raspberry mass + pan mass) * (c for raspberry + c for pan) * delta T

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14. (Original post by ColeNate)
5 minutes
Power 60 Watts
E = Pt = 5 x 60 x 60 = 18000J

Then there were two mcθ you had to equate to?
Power was 650W?
15. (Original post by pineneedles)
Power * 5 * 60 = (raspberry mass + pan mass) * (c for raspberry + c for pan) * delta T

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Same

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16. (Original post by pineneedles)
Power * 5 * 60 = (raspberry mass + pan mass) * (c for raspberry + c for pan) * delta T

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Ah right thanks.
17. (Original post by WeLikeIke)
To get an a* in physics do you need an a* in both unit 4 and 5 or just average across unit 4 and 5???
Average across both, so you could get 100% in U4 but 80% in U5, also remember your coursework needs to be 90% UMS
18. (Original post by LypeX)
Average across both, so you could get 100% in U4 but 80% in U5, also remember your coursework needs to be 90% UMS
Thanks thats a relief
19. Tbh it was an alright paper considering physics is my weakest subject , however there was some mind**** questions like that specific heat capacity being inversly propotional to atomic mass LOL
20. mandem physics is a myth i just want a B lool

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