# AQA GCSE Physics P1 unofficial mark schemeWatch

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3 years ago
#21
(Original post by Ed_E)
Actually I thought it was two hours after it had been heated so you had to subtract 22 from 100, to get 78
FML, How many marks was it again??
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#22
(Original post by Ed_E)
Actually I thought it was two hours after it had been heated so you had to subtract 22 from 100, to get 78
It was 78 to get the final temperature
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3 years ago
#23
Not sure of the exact questions:

What type of Radiation was found by physicists in 1964?

Evidence for The Big Bang Theory.
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3 years ago
#24
(Original post by bossboy9360)
Temp change was 22 degrees, add that to the 100 degrees that the water already was and after 2 hours of heating you get 122 degrees
i got 122 degrees i added the 22 to the 100.. is that incorrect? did anyone else get that
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3 years ago
#25
(Original post by bossboy9360)
FML, How many marks was it again??
I believe it was 3 so if you got 122 you'll probably still get 2 marks 👍🏻
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3 years ago
#26
Was one of the answers 0.065 degrees/per second or am I wrong? If this isn't right, just ignore me!
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3 years ago
#27
(Original post by chelsey2343)
i got 122 degrees i added the 22 to the 100.. is that incorrect? did anyone else get that
its 78, after 2 hours of being left alone the water would decrease not increase in temperature. It would also be a gas at 122 degrees as the boiling point of water is 100 degrees. At least i think thats right...
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3 years ago
#28
(Original post by fatriangle)
its 78, after 2 hours of being left alone the water would decrease not increase in temperature. It would also be a gas at 122 degrees as the boiling point of water is 100 degrees. At least i think thats right...
hating my self rn i didn't read it probably... hopefully ill still get a mark for the working out
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3 years ago
#29
Who got 0.13? and 0.0048? Nobody. Okay.
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3 years ago
#30
Who got 0.13? and 0.0048? Nobody. Okay.
I got 0.048
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3 years ago
#31
(Original post by chelsey2343)
hating my self rn i didn't read it probably... hopefully ill still get a mark for the working out
I think it was 3 marks so you'd definitely get 2. Dont worry loads of people i've spoken to did the same thing
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3 years ago
#32
(Original post by redsoules)
It was asking about the vacuum in the kettle. How it is useful or something
Reduces energy transfer by conduction and convection
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3 years ago
#33
What did people put about the reasons why france were gonna use nuclear?

I put it was the cheapest and they could sell for a profit but i dont think the latter is right...
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3 years ago
#34
6 marker. Stupid as **** I was. Didn't read the question properly, put Wind Turbines and Oil power stations, compared them. Will I get any marks?
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3 years ago
#35
(Original post by Mastabator123)
6 marker. Stupid as **** I was. Didn't read the question properly, put Wind Turbines and Oil power stations, compared them. Will I get any marks?
HEP NOT Oil

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3 years ago
#36
(Original post by evebennettx)
What did people put about the reasons why france were gonna use nuclear?

I put it was the cheapest and they could sell for a profit but i dont think the latter is right...
Idk but I put:
They are difficult to decommission (takes a long time) so it is easier to keep using it.
And also that they are making a large profit by selling the excess electricity.
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3 years ago
#37
(Original post by Mastabator123)
6 marker. Stupid as **** I was. Didn't read the question properly, put Wind Turbines and Oil power stations, compared them. Will I get any marks?
If you quoted the advantages and disadvantages of wind turbines in your answer you could get up to 3 marks i think, maybe 2 because it might ask for a direct comparison in the markscheme
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3 years ago
#38
Energy usefully transferred: 0.48
Saucepan:

Fins... increase surface area (so rate if heat transfer is increased)

Black, metal surfaces... absorb radiation (better than shiny surfaces)
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3 years ago
#39
Why did the glass mug conduct heat or something?? What line on the graph was it? What was the radiation the radiation a scientist found out? How do you describe transverse waves??
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3 years ago
#40
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