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    What was the answer for part of the laptop question where it was turned on with 79w
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    (Original post by Tiger-lily15)
    Me too!
    Omg help. I had that at first but I thought 1p for 24 hours seemed unrealistic, so I didn't convert the W into kW and got 1075p. But now thinking about it, £10 seems unrealistic for 24 hours. Omg what have I done. I should've just left my answer as it was. Omg what. Omg. Omg.
    Crying rn.
    A whole 3 marks.
    Crying.
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    (Original post by TJ2001)
    and me, predicted an A* and I have no chance. I actually had to guess answers because I had no sensible clue as to what they could be.
    Omg same, I have been predicted an A* and now this physics is not gonna let that happen
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    (Original post by sciences00)
    Omg help. I had that at first but I thought 1p for 24 hours seemed unrealistic, so I didn't convert the W into kW and got 1075p. But now thinking about it, £10 seems unrealistic for 24 hours. Omg what have I done. I should've just left my answer as it was. Omg what. Omg. Omg.
    Crying rn.
    A whole 3 marks.
    Crying.
    Don't worry you should get 1 mark for applying the formula
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    (Original post by sciences00)
    Omg help. I had that at first but I thought 1p for 24 hours seemed unrealistic, so I didn't convert the W into kW and got 1075p. But now thinking about it, £10 seems unrealistic for 24 hours. Omg what have I done. I should've just left my answer as it was. Omg what. Omg. Omg.
    Crying rn.
    A whole 3 marks.
    Crying.
    I put 1p as it was on stanby it wasnt actually running, i almost did the same thing as you, but then i read the question carefully.
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    (Original post by Renesa)
    Omg same, I have been predicted an A* and now this physics is not gonna let that happen
    The grade boundaries should be lower considering the exam was difficult for everyone. Just ensure you do your best in the next exams! You will be fine
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    What was the graph 1 decrease in temperature for the firts 100 seconds
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    Was the 6 marker towards or away from the normal?
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    (Original post by This_is_Hugo)
    I put 1p as it was on stanby it wasnt actually running, i almost did the same thing as you, but then i read the question carefully.
    I could've gained 2 marks if I hadn't scribbled out my previous workings....damn.
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    (Original post by Johnsmith12121)
    Was the 6 marker towards or away from the normal?
    I believe it was towards
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    (Original post by This_is_Hugo)
    What was the answer for part of the laptop question where it was turned on with 79w
    i believe it was 39p not too sure
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    Has anybody got a rough idea what you need for A, B, C please with lower grade boundaries, I need to work out what I got overall
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    I'm ****ing pissed off. This paper was insane! Woah. I always get A's for physics and I had 51/60 in my 2015 edexcel (last years paper) mock exam paper. The wavelenght was actually difficult af. I felt like crying.
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    does anyone know where i can find an unofficial mark scheme?
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    (Original post by Cool_Henry)
    I believe it was towards
    Why was it towards and not away? Isn't shallow water less dense?
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    (Original post by Xtreme Xecution)
    I'm ****ing pissed off. This paper was insane! Woah. I always get A's for physics and I had 51/60 in my 2015 edexcel (last years paper) mock exam paper. The wavelenght was actually difficult af. I felt like crying.
    did you put the wavelength decreased or increased?
    i put decreased as the speed of the wave slowed down but the frequency remaind the same so surely the wavelength would decrease ,right?
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    (Original post by Johnsmith12121)
    Why was it towards and not away? Isn't shallow water less dense?
    That's what you would expect but unfortunately the question said that the shallow water was more dense
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    (Original post by Topcat102)
    did you put the wavelength decreased or increased?
    i put decreased as the speed of the wave slowed down but the frequency remaind the same so surely the wavelength would decrease ,right?
    That's what I said and using the equation that would be correct. Good job!
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    Honestly, the worlds worst exam ever, cannot believe they gave us that I will be surprised if I pass
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    (Original post by Johnsmith12121)
    Was the 6 marker towards or away from the normal?
    I put towards, not sure if I did it right though
 
 
 
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