# 2016 Official AQA New Spec AS Level Physics Paper 2 - 9th June 2016Watch

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3 years ago
#341
(Original post by tajtsracc)
Did anyone get 5 for the number of resistors needed to be in parallel to get the power (something like that)?
I did!
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3 years ago
#342
(Original post by haes)
for the number of components did anyone get 4?
I got 4 I think
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3 years ago
#343
If I messed up reading the scale on the first question and got 1.7mm and then 4kg and then obviously it affected my value for Youngs Modulus how many marks do you think I will lose?
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3 years ago
#344
For the seismograph, i said that the moment of the weight of the ball increases. Therefore in order for moments on both sides to be eqaul the force on the spring must increase. This means the its extension must increase, causing it to compress and line to go up
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3 years ago
#345
I needed lube for that paper....
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3 years ago
#346
What you guys get for YOUNG MODULUS 4 marker
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3 years ago
#347
did no one get 1.7mm and 3.6kg? ;_; damn... hope error carried forward is nice to us
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3 years ago
#348
(Original post by Jack.dim)
What you guys get for YOUNG MODULUS 4 marker
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3 years ago
#349
(Original post by datguy1999)
It should be 4, rounding up to 5 means that the power exceeds 100w when it's not meant to
nah , its aid how many resistors does it require to reach the max output of 100W , if you had 4 it would be below. And you need it to be above 100W so the next number is 5
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3 years ago
#350
What did people get for why that second graph was better at calculating what max pd was
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3 years ago
#351
(Original post by Jack.dim)
What you guys get for YOUNG MODULUS 4 marker
like 1._ x10^11 ? cant remember
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3 years ago
#352
(Original post by tajtsracc)
Did anyone get 5 for the number of resistors needed to be in parallel to get the power (something like that)?
Yeah
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3 years ago
#353
(Original post by e1l2l3i4e5)
If I messed up reading the scale on the first question and got 1.7mm and then 4kg and then obviously it affected my value for Youngs Modulus how many marks do you think I will lose?
since there are many disagreements for these questions i think if your working out was spot on you can still get those 4 marks from the young modulus question
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3 years ago
#354
(Original post by datguy1999)
It should be 4, rounding up to 5 means that the power exceeds 100w when it's not meant to
I calculated it and for 4 it was over 100
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3 years ago
#355
Im waiting for someone to say that paper was easy af. Its tsr after all...
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3 years ago
#356
(Original post by haes)
did no one get 1.7mm and 3.6kg? ;_; damn... hope error carried forward is nice to us
I got that too! What should the answer have been?
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3 years ago
#357
that paper was easy af
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3 years ago
#358
(Original post by alhrona)
nah , its aid how many resistors does it require to reach the max output of 100W , if you had 4 it would be below. And you need it to be above 100W so the next number is 5
It said before max out put is achived so its 4
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3 years ago
#359
jokes probs got a U
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3 years ago
#360
(Original post by GG1233)
I got that too! What should the answer have been?
A lot of people around me said 2.7mm. I spent the whole night learning how to read a caliper so if I really did get it wrong I'll be really angry lol
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