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    (Original post by SaltandSugar)
    I put D because the weight of a human is much less than a lift and a bungee cord needs to stretch and extend (elastic) to stop the person feeling too much force
    I said D for same reasons. Do you think you can say either answer?
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    It was better i think

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    What did you guys put for the question eith the microve abount why a turntable is used?
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    (Original post by 123chem)
    I wrote 9.4*10^-4. that should be fine too?
    I'm pretty sure it's supposed to be 9.4*10^-4 because the smallest sig fig value u were given was 2
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    Overall I thought the paper was ok, some weird questions in there though. Also, the thing about the stopping potential, our class had never been taught! I put B and C for 6 marker, but it was hard to tell whether you could use D as there were no numbers!
    Easier then the spec though.

    What did people get for the electricity section?
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    I measured 59mm how was it 11.8cm???

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    (Original post by Benteke1268)
    i do aqa chemistry and our specimen paper was really hard. people also said the physics specimen was really hard. how was the real exam compared to the specimen paper?
    It was a lot easier then spec, but it wasn't easy (if that makes sense). Weird questions, not every topic came up, but could have been a lot worse
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    What did you guys get for the stopping potential of the photoelectrons. I got like 1.4*10^-19J for the one before it asked for the stopping potential and then on that question it was only mark so I just put 1.4v?
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    Does anyone have the paper?
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    (Original post by Pouh)
    What did you guys put for the question eith the microve abount why a turntable is used?
    So food rotates so all parts pass through antinodes and heat up
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    (Original post by Pouh)
    What did you guys put for the question eith the microve abount why a turntable is used?
    So that the food moves, meaning the antinodes heat up different sections of the food and the whole thing heats up, not just small sections
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    How did everyone find the new spec. Is there much difference between the new spec and the old spec? Is it easier or harder?
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    Is there an unofficial mark scheme up anywhere???
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    (Original post by kierans99)
    What did you guys get for the stopping potential of the photoelectrons. I got like 1.4*10^-19J for the one before it asked for the stopping potential and then on that question it was only mark so I just put 1.4v?
    I divided my answer from the previous question with 1.60x10^-19 but idk if that's what you're supposed to do because we were never taught stopping potential
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    (Original post by Person18)
    So that the food moves, meaning the antinodes heat up different sections of the food and the whole thing heats up, not just small sections
    Thanks
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    (Original post by haes)
    I divided my answer from the previous question with 1.60x10^-19 but idk if that's what you're supposed to do because we were never taught stopping potential

    we were never taught it either...
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    To work out decelaration did you have to find the resultant force using the risistive forces and force already known then use this in f= ma, which gives you -10. Is this right?
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    What is it with exams and food? In chemistry GCSE there was always that picture of a cake and now so much on chocolate. Do the exam boards not realise that this makes us distracted and hungry????
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    (Original post by haes)
    I divided my answer from the previous question with 1.60x10^-19 but idk if that's what you're supposed to do because we were never taught stopping potential
    I did the same thing 👍🏻
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    (Original post by 11234)
    Nah, 3 antinodes means 3rd harmonic, so 1 and a half wavelength. If I can remember correctly it was 120mm for 3 antinodes so 2/3 x 120 = 80mm was wavelength.
    I forgot that....I got wavelength as 120mm. How many marks would I lose[/QUOTE]

    The answer is 120 not 80 because you have the distance between the antibodies not the the nodes. The distance between 2 nodes is half a wavelength and the distance between 2 anti nodes is the same as between 2 nodes so it's also half a wavelength
 
 
 
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