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2016 Official AQA New Spec AS Level Physics Paper 1 - 24th of May 2016 watch

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    (Original post by Georgia.C123)
    how?
    A=f/m 190*10^3/7*10^4
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    https://youtu.be/3HZIrJtA6jc
    It's here
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    Is it viable to say D as the answer to the bungee jump question?
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    [QUOTE=JemFink;65114007]F = ma[/QUOTE
    fair enough ..
    I did that but took away the resistive forces :/
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    What did people get for that one marker for the current through one of the resistors at that junction
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    (Original post by 456CJ)
    A=f/m 190*10^3/7*10^4
    Thanks! got -1 but knew it was wrong when I wrote it
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    (Original post by BiopredatorZz)
    for the last two questions i got

    Anti Neutron -> Anti Proton + Position(e+) + Electron Neutrino(Ve)
    and Weak interaction
    Isn't it strong, as it involves protons and they always react in strong, unless strangeness isn't conserved
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    How did everyone find it? Harder? Easier? Or as hard as the specimen papers?
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    (Original post by Person18)
    Isn't it strong, as it involves protons and they always react in strong, unless strangeness isn't conserved
    lol it said its like beta decay in the question
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    (Original post by Person18)
    Isn't it strong, as it involves protons and they always react in strong, unless strangeness isn't conserved
    It's weak, protons can interact via any of the four forces
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    (Original post by Gurkin)
    What did people get for that one marker for the current through one of the resistors at that junction
    0.065A
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    (Original post by 11234)
    Got 2.3in the first bit then got 856
    Typo maybe, didn't you have to round to 860 as of sig fig
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    (Original post by Person18)
    Isn't it strong, as it involves protons and they always react in strong, unless strangeness isn't conserved
    But it is stated in the question that it is a beta decay so exchange particle must be boson --> weak interaction
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    (Original post by Person18)
    Isn't it strong, as it involves protons and they always react in strong, unless strangeness isn't conserved
    I thought it would be weak force because it is decay and also because it says on the page before that it's very similar to beta minus decay which involves the weak force. Could be wrong though.
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    It was easier than the specimen papers but still much harder than past papers. 100 ums for writing my candidate number correctly pls
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    EVerything I revisied thoroughly wasn't on the paper... F my life
    There weren't questions moment, energy levels, refravtive index nor diffraction. Thanks AQA
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    unofficial mark scheme?
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    (Original post by _.Iqraaa_)
    I thought it would be weak force because it is decay and also because it says on the page before that it's very similar to beta minus decay which involves the weak force. Could be wrong though.
    Ah damn, that makes sense. I wish they'd have just given beta- decay, that'd been easy
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    (Original post by aeroline1999)
    still right about standing waves tho, even if it wasn't a 6 mark question
    the 6 mark question they gave us was really annoying imo. I wanted an experiment
    I actually liked it.
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    What did you guys people put for the six mark???
 
 
 
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