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    (Original post by 11Jason11)
    Who else put that it was the diameter of an atom
    yep, i think i put that!!!! i can't remember what the other blank was about though...
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    I thought both papers were quite nice, give or take some questions.
    (Like the one where it asked what had the same diameter as a wavelength of an X-ray...)
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    (Original post by Desouza123)
    In space? Lol not sure
    yeah I wrote in stars but my friends wrote either the sun or in space
    which are all technically right depending on how specific you're being
    I think aqa this year included quite a few vague questions that could have multiple answers tbh
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    (Original post by 11Jason11)
    It was fission, I just put stars -_-
    No - fusion. And yes, in stars.
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    (Original post by Devkj)
    I think fusion happens naturally in stars
    Yes your correct, that's how a star produces its fuel such as Hydrogen. Fusion of helium
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    Did we have to label the eye on the c3 paper? I thought we just had to write about what it does to focus on something far away and when there is bright light. I hope i didn't miss it out
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    (Original post by Desouza123)
    In space? Lol not sure
    In stars. In main sequence they fuse elements up to iron.
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    (Original post by stardust-dream)
    yep, i think i put that!!!! i can't remember what the other blank was about though...
    The other one was the Minimum frequency for ultrasound, human hearing which I put 20,000Hz
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    (Original post by Desouza123)
    In space? Lol not sure
    In main sequence stars and super novas
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    How many marks was the whole of question 6 on p2 worth?
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    (Original post by JezDayy)
    I thought both papers were quite nice, give or take some questions.
    (Like the one where it asked what had the same diameter as a wavelength of an X-ray...)
    Same diameter as an atom, right?
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    (Original post by neil20143)
    What did people get for the focal length maximum change question?

    I put 0.5 meters
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    (Original post by 11Jason11)
    The other one was the Minimum frequency for ultrasound, human hearing which I put 20Hz
    It was 20,000Hz
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    (Original post by Jellie<3)
    Did we have to label the eye on the c3 paper? I thought we just had to write about what it does to focus on something far away and when there is bright light. I hope i didn't miss it out
    Yeah you had two labels (the suspensory ligament and the retina) and there were more questions on that page asking about the function of the iris an something else but I forgot
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    (Original post by JezDayy)
    I thought both papers were quite nice, give or take some questions.
    (Like the one where it asked what had the same diameter as a wavelength of an X-ray...)
    The answer to that one was an atom.

    Plus, for the p2 one about maximum gravitational energy, is it the same as the kinetic one (3.6J)?
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    (Original post by Jellie<3)
    Did we have to label the eye on the c3 paper? I thought we just had to write about what it does to focus on something far away and when there is bright light. I hope i didn't miss it out
    Same , did we have to label it
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    (Original post by Smingle)
    Same diameter as an atom, right?
    That's what my friends put, but they got it from myGCSEscience apparently, lol
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    (Original post by 11Jason11)
    The other one was the Minimum frequency for ultrasound, human hearing which I put 20Hz
    Pretty sure the frequency for ultrasound is above 20 000Hz.
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    (Original post by Cbrown223)
    It was 20,000Hz
    Sorry, I meant 20,000Hz lol
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    (Original post by tue)
    Yeah you had two labels (the ciliary muscle and the retina) and there were more questions on that page asking about the function of the iris an something else but I forgot
    It was suspensory ligament and retina
 
 
 

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