# AQA AS Physics Unit 2 (PHYA2) June 9th 2016 Resit paperWatch

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3 years ago
#401
Same as the first but with a slightly steeper gradient and a higher plateau after a longer time

did everyone get 3 for the number of diffraction angles? I hate those questions.
Yep i got 3....because using equation n was 3.3 so couldnt be 4 when you equate the right side of sin equation to 1
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3 years ago
#402
(Original post by JamieOH)
Yes at the start the gradient is the same... At 0... But as soon as it leaves rhe origin the gradient will be steeper as water has leaked?
Yes the gradient will decrease to a greater extent, because F=ma tells us that because the resultant force will be greater and m will be lower the acceleration acting on it would be greater than the other truck at the same time.
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3 years ago
#403
(Original post by philo-jitsu)
Yeah your correct....i out the greater velocity but didnt catch the gradient part.....you think maybe dropped 2 marks for that?
Yeh i wouldn't think that would be many marks probably one mark for noticing the initial acceleration wouldn't change
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3 years ago
#404
The grating question....did you see the blue light first?
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3 years ago
#405
It wasnt really that bad apart from timing. Could of been a lot worse...

My famous last words
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3 years ago
#406
(Original post by philo-jitsu)
The grating question....did you see the blue light first?
I put violet but I'm terrible at waves so ifk
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3 years ago
#407
What did people put for the oscilloscope.....why they put them in unit 2 i have no idea....im jsed to describing fringe patterns not bloody amplitdues!!!!
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3 years ago
#408
(Original post by JamieOH)
I put violet but I'm terrible at waves so ifk
It must be either red or violet because they are at either end of the visible spectrum. I just don't have a clue which.
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3 years ago
#409
(Original post by JamieOH)
I put violet but I'm terrible at waves so ifk
Sorry i meant violet.....the bluest one lol...im crap at colours!!!
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3 years ago
#410
(Original post by philo-jitsu)
The grating question....did you see the blue light first?
Violet because the lower wavelength would be seen first because sin(theta) is proportional to wavelength , so the smaller wavelength (violet) would have a smaller value of sin(theta )and therefore a smaller value of theta so you would see it first.
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3 years ago
#411
(Original post by WillRose)
Took moments about the rock to find out the maximum mass that can be put on before tilting (when reaction at the bank = 0)

That mass was 48kg

46<48 therefore he can stand without tilting
yeah thats pretty much what is did then.

M(rock) 1.2m*32g must be > 0.8m*46g which is true so he can
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3 years ago
#412
(Original post by WillRose)
1.3 i think

using u=5
a=-9.81
v = 0
That's what I used so I probably got that!
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3 years ago
#413
(Original post by philo-jitsu)
Sorry i meant violet.....the bluest one lol...im crap at colours!!!
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3 years ago
#414
(Original post by philo-jitsu)
What did people put for the oscilloscope.....why they put them in unit 2 i have no idea....im jsed to describing fringe patterns not bloody amplitdues!!!!
This was there single slit diffraction question , i just said the reasons why AB would get smaller (closer) , a smaller width
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3 years ago
#415
(Original post by Billsonbubbles)
Has someone done a hitler video yet ?

I feel like doing one
My mates almost finished one :P
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3 years ago
#416
It must be either red or violet because they are at either end of the visible spectrum. I just don't have a clue which.
Pretty sure it was violet since fringe spacing = (lambda x distance)/s so the smaller the wavelength the smaller the fringe spacing, so you would see the smallest wavelength first which is violet
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3 years ago
#417
Any chance of an unofficial mark scheme?
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3 years ago
#418
(Original post by WashingPowder)
This was there single slit diffraction question , i just said the reasons why AB would get smaller (closer) , a smaller width
I put that too....but it was 3 marks so i said amplitude stays the same.....ive never even heard of a question that relates wavelength to amplitude
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3 years ago
#419
(Original post by micycle)
This is how I drew it:

For the last ray I drew it refracted away from the normal because it was going from more optically dense to less, is this wrong?
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3 years ago
#420
(Original post by the_chosen_one97)
For the support force i got 196N
Show 12ms-1 = 11.831....ms-1
Work out horizontal speed = 10.9ms-1
A few other answers I got:
7.3
15.6
0.21ms-2
3.3ms-1
0.18J
I recall getting most of these at some point.
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