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# CCEA A2 2 Physics - Fields and their Applications - 9th June 2016 watch

1. Just a discussions board set up for the next CCEA physics exam in 16 days time.
2. Once again some solid scheduling puts Stats, C4 and A2 2 Physics all within the space of two days. Joy!
3. (Original post by MrManGuy)
Once again some solid scheduling puts Stats, C4 and A2 2 Physics all within the space of two days. Joy!
could be worse i have s1, physics 2 and geography 4 all on the same day with f3 3 days prior
4. How'd everyone find it
5. (Original post by cmcn)
How'd everyone find it
DONT
6. Not good? As i did not find it good at all
7. It was awful, very hard questions this year.
8. (Original post by doudsy)
could be worse i have s1, physics 2 and geography 4 all on the same day with f3 3 days prior
Tuesday A2.2 Biology
Wednesday C4 and AS.3 Chemistry
Thursday S1 and A2.2 Physics
Friday A2.2 Chemistry
Thanks ccea...
9. Did anyone get an actual answer to question 5 because our teacher said the only way you could have done it was with an equation from the old spec that wasn't in our spec
Did anyone get an actual answer to question 5 because our teacher said the only way you could have done it was with an equation from the old spec that wasn't in our spec

What was the question
11. It was asking to find the EMF when you were given a length, the velocity and B
It was asking to find the EMF when you were given a length, the velocity and B

I used BAN/t
B was given
A from pi r^2 (where r = length of tether)
N = 1

Used the given value for velocity and the value for length of tether to work out w (angular velocity) and used this to calculate Time period for 1 rev (t)

I got 411V.

Might be completely wrong but that's how I did it
13. (Original post by niamhus123)
I used BAN/t
B was given
A from pi r^2 (where r = length of tether)
N = 1

Used the given value for velocity and the value for length of tether to work out w (angular velocity) and used this to calculate Time period for 1 rev (t)

I got 411V.

Might be completely wrong but that's how I did it
Yeah that's how my friends did it I think.

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