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

1. (Original post by 11234)
Does anyone reckon boundaries will go up
Is the paper out of 60?
2. (Original post by haza01)
I measured 59mm how was it 11.8cm???

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you did the same as me and measured to the second hot spot not the third, which is only half a wavelength, not a full wavelength.

The full wavelength is 59*2=118mm
3. (Original post by osshhas)
I got 2.7
Yh i think the resistive force the only force acting on the plane so its the same as the resultant force.
it gave 2.7 i think
4. (Original post by Gurkin)
Yes, what did you get for the one with the voltmeter placed between A and B
I put the following, or something along these lines.

As the emf across the circuit is equal to sum of the emf of the individual components, then by replacing the battery with a with one of the same emf, but internal resistance, the voltmeter would read the same value.

(Cant actually remember what the question was, if you remind me I can write what I actually answered)
5. (Original post by Pra99)
Is the paper out of 60?
70
6. Gurkin- Get back In your Double Cheeseburger
7. (Original post by BainesyA)
I put the following, or something along these lines.

As the emf across the circuit is equal to sum of the emf of the individual components, then by replacing the battery with a with one of the same emf, but internal resistance, the voltmeter would read the same value.

(Cant actually remember what the question was, if you remind me I can write what I actually answered)
I think I got something like that not sure if its right tho
8. Did anyone get 2.6 for deceleration
9. how many marks were each of the electricity ones?
10. (Original post by 11234)
70
How long did you have?
11. (Original post by BainesyA)
I put the following, or something along these lines.

As the emf across the circuit is equal to sum of the emf of the individual components, then by replacing the battery with a with one of the same emf, but internal resistance, the voltmeter would read the same value.

(Cant actually remember what the question was, if you remind me I can write what I actually answered)
damn, i said the voltage would just be zero because it's in parallel with no components. But, wouldnt the voltmeter not record the emf as its not in paralel with the cell
12. (Original post by 11234)
I think I got something like that not sure if its right tho
We can be wrong together
13. [QUOTE=Pra99;65115843]
(Original post by Pouh)

Is it harder though?
it'supposed to be, but that depends on the person i guess. 😃
14. maybe if you actually itched your brain for once and a while instead of your potato you'd understand this bloody paper
15. (Original post by BethFM)
I said D for same reasons. Do you think you can say either answer?
dont think D is correct
for a bungee elastic deformation must occur i.e. have a straight line from the origin and have a lower gradient
D had too much plastic deformation so isnt really suitable
16. (Original post by BainesyA)
We can be wrong together
Is it wrong?
17. Would you say paper 1 or 2 is more difficult
18. (Original post by Kraixo)
Guys what did you pick for the meterial of the wires?

I picked BC
-b and d
19. where da unofficial markscheme
20. (Original post by Pra99)
Is the paper out of 60?
70

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