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    I got 5600 or something for the gradient and 0.109? But was the line of best fit supposed to go through the origin or not?
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    (Original post by Harrysomers1)
    what did people get for the max ke question? Me and few others in class got 1.24x10^-19 if I remember rightly
    Yeah I got 1.24x10^-19
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    (Original post by Harrysomers1)
    what did people get for the max ke question? Me and few others in class got 1.24x10^-19 if I remember rightly
    I got that too 🙌🏼
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    (Original post by zak_121)
    I got 5600 or something for the gradient and 0.109? But was the line of best fit supposed to go through the origin or not?
    So long as all of the points on either side of the line were about the same then I don't see whether this should matter as remember you are dealing with experimental data which is not theoretically right.
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    (Original post by Mizzeeboy)
    So long as all of the points on either side of the line were about the same then I don't see whether this should matter as remember you are dealing with experimental data which is not theoretically right.
    Sounds good thanks
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    Did anyone find this paper easier than the first paper?
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    (Original post by maryamkhawaja)
    How many marks was this?
    6 marks
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    (Original post by Mizzeeboy)
    So long as all of the points on either side of the line were about the same then I don't see whether this should matter as remember you are dealing with experimental data which is not theoretically right.
    It wouldn't have gone through the origin regardless because the x axis began at like 2 or something. Not 0
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    i got 4% :/
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    (Original post by elisha.marsh)
    i got 4% :/
    Yep, I got that too
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    probably 57-58 for an A
    nice paper
    Hopefully we get a similar paper for Chemistry tomorrow!
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    (Original post by effffffff)
    probably 57-58 for an A
    nice paper
    Hopefully we get a similar paper for Chemistry tomorrow!
    Even though it was straight forward for us, maybe not everyone; besides these papers are always littered with places to lose marks, physics usually has low boundaries+its a new spec; so its probs a bit lower than that for an A.
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    (Original post by effffffff)
    probably 57-58 for an A
    nice paper
    Hopefully we get a similar paper for Chemistry tomorrow!
    Nah thats way too high.
    I think 54/55
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    has anyone got an unofficial mark scheme yet?
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    but the paper was quite straightforward and by the fact everyone is happy i think it might be very high
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    (Original post by jtmass22)
    4.1% as it was l^2
    No its 2% because you can measure to +/- 0.5 mm not +/- 1mm
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    For those wanting to know about the deriving question. W=Pt, but P=Fv so W=Fvt and as F=ma it's units are kgms^-2. So W= kgms^-2 x ms^-1 x s which gives kgm^2s^-2. Now as Q=It, Q=As. Now as V=W/Q, V= kgm^2A^-1s^-3. It was a bit weird but that's how it's done :P.
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    (Original post by effffffff)
    probably 57-58 for an A
    nice paper
    Hopefully we get a similar paper for Chemistry tomorrow!
    not a chance, old spec was like normally 70% for an A if I remember correctly, I think 53 ish
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    (Original post by GCSEsThen)
    No its 2% because you can measure to +/- 0.5 mm not +/- 1mm
    was it 2.04
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    (Original post by zak_121)
    Did anyone find this paper easier than the first paper?
    yeh definitely
 
 
 
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