# AQA GCSE Combined Trilogy Physics 8464 - Paper 2 - 14th June

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AQA GCSE Combined Trilogy Physics 8464 - Paper 2 - 14th June

Exam technique, night before breakdowns and discussion regarding this exam... It's all here Feel free to add resources to the thread as well as anything that may be helpful to others

This thread covers the following paper:
• 8464/P Paper 2 1h 15m 14 June 2019 pm (Both tiers)

The official specification:* https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resourc...64-SP-2016.PDF
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Paper 2
What's assessed
Physics topics 22–24: Forces; Waves; and Magnetism and electromagnetism

Specimen and past papers:
https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/scie...ment-resources

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tmr is last day,that's sad i hope everyone pass their gcses and having good grades this 5 years were amazing i had difficult time but i didn't though that this day will come im gonna miss everyone also crushes but this year it's been like yesterday and today and we also worked hard this year i hope you guys enjoy the last day of school and good luck on your last exam physics
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any predictions?
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any predictions?ASAP XX
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#5
The question on the commutator and the ripple tank were not answered well last year so may be turning up again.
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#6
remember to learn required practicles!
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How was it?
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#8
60kg
4 amps
1.4 x 10^-4
21000000kg for the plane (probably wrong)
0.212 deceleration
7 s first question
Last edited by lxkah; 2 years ago
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2 years ago
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Anyone else get these maths answers?

7s
0.2m/s^2
140 N/m
300,000kg
60kg
4A
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2 years ago
#10
I got 300000 for the plane and 7 for the deceleration
(Original post by lxkah)
60kg
4 amps
1.4 x 10^-4
21000000kg for the plane (probably wrong)
0.212 deceleration
3 s first question
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2 years ago
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(Original post by jjxshuaa)
Anyone else get these maths answers?

7s
0.2m/s^2
140 N/m
300,000kg
60kg
4A
I got the same numbers!
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2 years ago
#12
(Original post by djbello)
I got 300000 for the plane and 7 for the deceleration
got the same just typed it wrong
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2 years ago
#13
I think so yay
(Original post by jjxshuaa)
Anyone else get these maths answers?

7s
0.2m/s^2
140 N/m
300,000kg
60kg
4A
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2 years ago
#14
Roughly how many marks is the maths worth in physics?
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2 years ago
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What did you guys get for the amplitude question??

(Original post by 8472)
AQA GCSE Combined Trilogy Physics 8464 - Paper 2 - 14th June

Exam technique, night before breakdowns and discussion regarding this exam... It's all here Feel free to add resources to the thread as well as anything that may be helpful to others

This thread covers the following paper:
• 8464/P Paper 2 1h 15m 14 June 2019 pm (Both tiers)

The official specification:* https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resourc...64-SP-2016.PDF
Spoiler:
Show

Paper 2
What's assessed
Physics topics 22–24: Forces; Waves; and Magnetism and electromagnetism

Specimen and past papers:
https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/scie...ment-resources

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2 years ago
#16
ANSWER TO THE MATHS QUESTILN THAT I GOT:
7 for the first question
0.4 for the second question
0.125 for the wavelength
505.5 for the mean
4 A for the current
140 N/m for the spring constant
60 of for the mass of the man
3333.(3) kg for mass of the aeroplane
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2 years ago
#17
For the mean amplitude question did everybody find the midpoint of each column and then divide by 3 to get 505.5
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2 years ago
#18
(Original post by sqrt of 5)
ANSWER TO THE MATHS QUESTILN THAT I GOT:
7 for the first question
0.4 for the second question
0.125 for the wavelength
505.5 for the mean
4 A for the current
140 N/m for the spring constant
60 of for the mass of the man
3333.(3) kg for mass of the aeroplane
Did you want to set up an unofficial markscheme?
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#19
(Original post by Bugza)
Roughly how many marks is the maths worth in physics?
25-30? I'm not sure
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2 years ago
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got all of these apart from 2nd I got 0.212, 1.4x10^-4 for the 140n/m and 2.1m for the mass of aeroplane, 140n/m sounds about right but I think we both got the plane wrong and im pretty sure the 2nd one was 0.212 did you do change in velocity / time

(Original post by sqrt of 5)
ANSWER TO THE MATHS QUESTILN THAT I GOT:
7 for the first question
0.4 for the second question
0.125 for the wavelength
505.5 for the mean
4 A for the current
140 N/m for the spring constant
60 of for the mass of the man
3333.(3) kg for mass of the aeroplane
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