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# National 5 Physics 2015-2016 watch

1. (Original post by A+Hunter)
For Q20 I got D. it wasn't created in 14 million years.
It's 14 billion years haha, that one was defineltely wrong.

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2. (Original post by Ethan100)
For question 15 Multiple Choice I put E, The reason for that is because doesn't the ball starts off at rest with so speed and then gradually it gets faster and the acceleration increases ?

Im guessing Im incorrect by the amount of people who chose something else but can someone explain why ?

For Q20 Multiple Choice, IM SO ANNOYED WITH THIS ONE, I THOUGHT IT SAID 14 BILLION
The ball does start from rest but it is already moving by the time it gets to P and then it starts accelerating more from P to Q. I thought it said 14 billion too
3. (Original post by Ethan100)
I read 14 million as billion..... Omfg
oh dear

Dont worry its just one mark hahahaha
4. (Original post by RossB1702)
It's 14 billion years haha, that one was defineltely wrong.

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Yep lol. Good thing I remembered that
5. mysqa are playing mindtricks on us
6. According to my friend it's 14 Million....

He said he sung the big bang theory theme tune in his head and apparently got 14 million... Can someone clarify by googling the big bang theory theme tune :P
7. (Original post by A+Hunter)
Yeah same, i got a recurring decimal as well.

All i remember is, is that delta t was 25 degrees if i'm not wrong?

Edit: 25 degrees
Can't remember what delta T was but I did get a recurring decimal for part B and I got part A which was prove the specific heat capacity was 627000 or something similar
8. (Original post by ___Sophie___)
Can't remember what delta T was but I did get a recurring decimal for part B and I got part A which was prove the specific heat capacity was 627000 or something similar
Yeah part a was to prove it and I got the recurring decimal in part b as well

Part b was the power output question I believe
9. i am so stupid ....

What did everyone put for 11 M.C ?
10. (Original post by A+Hunter)
According to my friend it's 14 Million....

He said he sung the big bang theory theme tune in his head and apparently got 14 million... Can someone clarify by googling the big bang theory theme tune :P
It's definitely 13.8 billion so approximately 14 billion. Can't believe I mucked that up, I have known that fact for years...
11. (Original post by sameehaiqbal)
mysqa are playing mindtricks on us
Thinking they are funny trying to trick us ...
12. (Original post by Ethan100)
i am so stupid ....

What did everyone put for 11 M.C ?
B.

I was confused between A and B
13. What has everyone estimated they got in M.C \?
14. (Original post by Ethan100)
i am so stupid ....

What did everyone put for 11 M.C ?
I Got A
15. (Original post by A+Hunter)
Yeah part a was to prove it and I got the recurring decimal in part b as well

Part b was the power output question I believe
Yeah that is good to hear I'm doing better than I thought I would so far
16. (Original post by 12345kiran)
It's definitely 13.8 billion so approximately 14 billion. Can't believe I mucked that up, I have known that fact for years...
Look at the bright side tho, it's only 1 mark. Still got another 109 :P
17. (Original post by Ethan100)
What has everyone estimated they got in M.C \?
If ScottishGuy and Marina1264 answers are correct.. Then 19/20
18. What do you write for the opened question ?

1. About the teacher and waves in a pond

2. Aircrafts taking off
19. (Original post by Ethan100)
What has everyone estimated they got in M.C \?
If the pictures are to be trusted then 19 or 20 /20
20. So if multiple choice is out of 20
Written paper is out of 90
Assignment is out of 20

So the whole paper is out of 130 so for an A I'm assuming you need approximately 90/130, yes?

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