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

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    how did you calculate alpha from the graph
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    (Original post by lewiswallis)
    You had to realise that UV has a higher frequency therefore a higher energy therefore the biggest gap
    For this question did we not have to calculate the frequency of each and then the one with X10^14 Hz is UV
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    (Original post by blankboi)
    what did everyone get for the diameter of the wire (the question that contained a zero error)
    0.51 (the reading plus 0.07)
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    (Original post by raiba)
    how did you calculate alpha from the graph
    use 2 points to calculate the gradient (beta)

    then sub a point on the line into the equation with the gradient and rearrange to give alpha
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    (Original post by michaela__)
    can someone please tell me why Q9 should be crossed out and what question it was anyway was it the antiproton one???? i wasn't told to cross it out?
    yeah that one

    something was wrong with the wording
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    What did everyone got for last quetion? I got 1.5 ish, pretty sure its correct
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    (Original post by Qwerty4655)
    did anyone get f/square root 2 for the a mcq
    ye i did too, (alot of people in my class got the same)
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    did anyone cross out q9, but still did it incase you heard invigilator wrong?
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    for the question where you had to plot two points and draw a line of best fit, did anyone draw a curve?!!!???
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    I wrote that assuming 365 days in a year, the number they gave us divided by (365*24) and that equals 114W
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    (Original post by CBPAS)
    yeah that one

    something was wrong with the wording
    might as well cross out most of the multiple questions as well
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    (Original post by CBPAS)
    yeah that one

    something was wrong with the wording
    It wasn't the antiproton one though?? It was the one beneath it with the kaon and the pion...
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    Has anyone made an unofficial markscheme before I forget my answers pls??

    Also, waiting on the hitler reacts
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    (Original post by d010534)
    Has anyone made an unofficial markscheme before I forget my answers pls??

    Also, waiting on the hitler reacts
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ztc43dC0320
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    Here's the Hitler Reacts, it was posted earlier but whatever
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ztc43dC0320
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    (Original post by river222)
    Is that the one which was falling?
    Because if it was then it was definitely D because if an object falls then acceleration is always 9.8
    You are correct however the acceleration of an object is only g if air resistance is negligible the graph showed the change in velocity decreasing so acceleration was decreasing.
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    (Original post by CBPAS)
    use 2 points to calculate the gradient (beta)

    then sub a point on the line into the equation with the gradient and rearrange to give alpha
    Hey man, I did exactly that, but I left the gradient in fraction form. My teacher said ''no fractions in Physics'' lol so i don't know. Man, that was like a c1-c2 question.
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    (Original post by metrize)
    I wrote that assuming 365 days in a year, the number they gave us divided by (365*24) and that equals 114W
    Yo, you worked out hours, when Power is energy transferred per second. So I did divided by (365x24x60x60) but I'm not sure now. Is energy also written as kWh?

    Does kWh=J or does it =kJ
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    (Original post by sophbunny161)
    I got this, but am probs wrong
    which question was this? deflection of what?
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    What did everyone put for why the meter wasnt suitable
 
 
 
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