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    Personally I found the exam easy and I'm certain I will receive 93% or more.

    If u want to compare answers then quote this post or mention me Bullet zone.
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    I got 12 m/s^2. For the last probably wrong though 😊
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    (Original post by Monsor)
    Bitesize says it was live wire also, do the 5 question test for household appliances it says live wire is connected with fuse

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    Ok thank you, I misread the question.
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    (Original post by Brewah)
    Ahh i cant remember at all sorry! Hopefully some genius can make a good unofficial markscheme, seriously i think the grade boundaries will be so low!
    Very small chance of boundaries being low sadly because its AQA
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    Does anyone know where if there is a thread on P3?
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    (Original post by Gcsesarecool)
    I got 12 m/s^2. For the last probably wrong though 😊
    It was 22 m/s^2

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    The chinup power question was 52w
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    (Original post by Monsor)
    It was 22 m/s^2

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    What was the question, I feel like I wrote that somewhere but can't remember the question?
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    (Original post by Frankie___)
    Did anyone else get these answers for the calculations.
    200 ohms for the resistance
    8.7A
    84kg
    22.0
    I also got 120,000 for one of the questions
    I got the same thing as you, but I wrote 22.02
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    UNOFFICIAL MARK SCHEME: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...3#post65865573
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    What was the unit for the spring constant question guys? I didn't even hear about spring constant until today but I stuck through
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    (Original post by SmithAmelia)
    What was the question, I feel like I wrote that somewhere but can't remember the question?
    Last question, I don't remember the question word for word but it was linked to the first part kind of the question.

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    (Original post by Salukla)
    What was the unit for the spring constant question guys? I didn't even hear about spring constant until today but I stuck through
    N/m
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    (Original post by Monsor)
    Last question, I don't remember the question word for word but it was linked to the first part kind of the question.

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    Ok no problem, thank you.
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    (Original post by SmithAmelia)
    Ok no problem, thank you.
    Pm me if you need any further questions answered

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    (Original post by Gcsesarecool)
    I got 12 m/s^2. For the last probably wrong though 😊
    I got 12 as well. I'm pretty sure we're correct too, as most people used 1850N, but it wanted the change in weight, which was 1850N-840N, which is 1010N.
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    (Original post by Gcsesarecool)
    I got 12 m/s^2. For the last probably wrong though 😊
    I think you're right. You had to remove the 840N that were already acting upon him to make him stable in the air.
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    Nah I got 5.4 A
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    (Original post by Monsor)
    It's live wire, check the book or BBC bitesize

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    I thought the earth wire connected to the fuse, which I what the question asked, unless I spaced out?
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    Anyone else get 1600m/s for the ultrasound one?
 
 
 
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