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    I think the A* boundary won't be too high, remember guys this is TSR so people are bound to find it 'easy'
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    (Original post by urz13)
    It was using dQ/dt. Find Q when V=0.12 and then dt=60s giving an answer of 0.94uA, I believe
    Do you remember what the final voltage was? It was like 3 or 6 or something like that?
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    (Original post by Rhetorical Hips)
    I think the A* boundary won't be too high, remember guys this is TSR so people are bound to find it 'easy'
    I can see where a lot of people would slip up. A lot of the questions weren't exceptionally hard but they took me a while.

    I think it's unfair that If you haven't done A2 Maths you'd struggle on that.
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    (Original post by Lewis7253)
    I can see where a lot of people would slip up. A lot of the questions weren't exceptionally hard but they took me a while.

    I think it's unfair that If you haven't done A2 Maths you'd struggle on that.
    Yeah I can see logs being a problem if you don't do maths. Asides from that, OCR seem to leave out calculus which is good I guess
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    I ran out of time :s

    I think that was almost as bad as yesterday's chemistry!

    And that finding G question was awful!!!!!!
    I got 56?! Wtf?!??!?!!?!?!?!!!
    It can't have been 56!

    Anyone else think it was harder than normal? I have done about 18past papers for that exam and none of them were that bad!
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    (Original post by Carys_2)
    Density was of surface rocks - not factoring different densities of the mantle and core etc.
    Yeah I did the same
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    (Original post by Carys_2)
    Density was of surface rocks - not factoring different densities of the mantle and core etc.
    Yeah I put the same
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    Quick shoutout to my boy raju sandhu who got full ums in that exam!!🙌🙌


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    What did people put for the equipotential lines?
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    why is kinetic energy not conserved in the collision?? i know it's probably something really easy but i thought it can't be lost to sound because it said something about being in space :-(
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    (Original post by Rhetorical Hips)
    Do you remember what the final voltage was? It was like 3 or 6 or something like that?
    I didn't calculate the final voltage - I just did Q=0.12C (whatever C was), then dQ/dt = 0.94uA I think 0.94 is about right as later in the question it said it was originally 1uA, or something!
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    (Original post by rapunzelsa)
    why is kinetic energy not conserved in the collision?? i know it's probably something really easy but i thought it can't be lost to sound because it said something about being in space :-(

    ****
    I put sound
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    (Original post by rapunzelsa)
    why is kinetic energy not conserved in the collision?? i know it's probably something really easy but i thought it can't be lost to sound because it said something about being in space :-(
    I said it was an inelastic collision and energy was lost as other forms such as heat. Not sure if that's correct though!
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    (Original post by Lissy14)
    I ran out of time :s

    I think that was almost as bad as yesterday's chemistry!

    And that finding G question was awful!!!!!!
    I got 56?! Wtf?!??!?!!?!?!?!!!
    It can't have been 56!

    Anyone else think it was harder than normal? I have done about 18past papers for that exam and none of them were that bad!
    I definitely think it was harder than usual! Very few that I've done have been that level or close to it, and I've done all the past papers too.
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    Guys, about G being too large. Did anyone notice that it said the mean density of the SURFACE of Earth? The Earth's insides are going to be different density to the surface, therefore G is likely to be way out. That mass of 3x10^24 is like, half of what the actual mass of earth is (6x10^24).
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    (Original post by falconinni)
    Yeah I put the same
    Could we say that the methods are more precise?


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    (Original post by Rhetorical Hips)
    Density=Mass/Volume therefore Mass=Density x Volume, you were given a rough estimate of density and volume=4/3 x pi x radius cubed

    EDIT on the topic of that question, what reason did you guys give for G being to large?
    Okay, I get the theory behind it, but the only value for density it gave you was for density of surface rocks on Earth? typo, or am I just misinterpreting what that means?
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    (Original post by Lewis7253)
    Did anyone else do the actuvation energy one. Was tricky. Required natural logs and complex rearring. Think i got something like 3.96x10^-20J
    Yesss son
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    (Original post by Rhetorical Hips)
    For the rate of collision one, I rearranged to find F, then found F exerted per particle by using change in momentum over time equals force, assuming that t=1 second. Then divided F by F exerted per particle. Bit of a messy method I know.
    I did the same. Can't remember my answer, but 2.7x10to the something sounds familiar so I'm hopeful!
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    Could we say that the methods of measurement are more accurate?


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