OCR A AS Physics 2019 Breadth (14th May) Unofficial MarkschemeWatch

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10-20 (0)
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20-30 (7)
12.96%
30-40 (7)
12.96%
40-50 (15)
27.78%
50-60 (11)
20.37%
60-70 (14)
25.93%
6 days ago
#61
(Original post by AlexMurphy122)
It had an anti node at the open end and a node at the closed end so ANAN, for the stationary waves
Yep, C.
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6 days ago
#62
(Original post by zolfikar)
I did AS physics last year and that **** was hard
Our school did that for mocks and general consensus is that this year's is a bit harder I think
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6 days ago
#63
oh what did people get for the steam multiple choice question on the second page?
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6 days ago
#64
(Original post by Decoder)
oh what did people get for the steam multiple choice question on the second page?
the work done is 0J
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6 days ago
#65
Wait how did you get 0
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6 days ago
#66
(Original post by Decoder)
Wait how did you get 0
work done in a couple = 0

you can google this or derive it
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5 days ago
#67
Doesn't the velocity increase as when a ball falls towards the ground it generally speeds up. The graph was a displacement time graph. Then it said air resistance was negligible which would mean the ball would accelerate constantly at 9.81ms^-2 so velocity would increase as it's accelerating? Thank you for all your answers btw, they're very helpful
(Original post by thekidwhogames)
velocity is decreasing as the gradient is getting more negative but magnitude of velocity increasing and it comes to instanreous rest then rebounds (so vpositive velocity but negative gradient e.g. negative acceleration)
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5 days ago
#68
(Original post by thekidwhogames)
work done in a couple = 0

you can google this or derive it
I thought that since the question asked about the rotation work done, so it couldn't be 0 since it said it rotated once. Idk if i'm remembering this question correctly. so I did circumference x force x 2?
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5 days ago
#69
(Original post by MrsFredWeasley)
Doesn't the velocity increase as when a ball falls towards the ground it generally speeds up. The graph was a displacement time graph. Then it said air resistance was negligible which would mean the ball would accelerate constantly at 9.81ms^-2 so velocity would increase as it's accelerating? Thank you for all your answers btw, they're very helpful
Velocity decreases as gradient was negative and displacement is negative but the magnitude of velocity was increasing E. G. Speed
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5 days ago
#70
(Original post by Toednote3363)
I thought that since the question asked about the rotation work done, so it couldn't be 0 since it said it rotated once. Idk if i'm remembering this question correctly. so I did circumference x force x 2?
It asked for work done by couple I think
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5 days ago
#71
u say it was easy but half your answers are wrong
(Original post by thekidwhogames)
It was quite easy

Power dissipated ratio is 0.334 or somerhing
Current 0.76I
Work done multiple choice is 0
Path difference is the one which diff is a multiple of 10

Force 260N
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5 days ago
#72
(Original post by ItsEuan)
u say it was easy but half your answers are wrong
How was it wrong lol I'll explain all of them
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5 days ago
#73
Power in internal resistance do i^2 x r so 0.76 x 0. 62^2

Power supplied by cell do iv so 0. 76 x 1. 4

Divisd them u get 0. 34 to 2sf
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5 days ago
#74
To find current do parallel then series resistance and find total current
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5 days ago
#75
For force is 260

Do change in momentum over time

V is 3.5
U is - 4.9

So 56/1000 * (3.5--4.9) then divide by time which was 1.8*10^-3 so u get 260N to 2sf
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5 days ago
#76
To make it constructive path diff is a multiple of 10 so it'd the 75 and 95 obe

For q20 it was closed and open so starts with node and ends with anti node so c

Work done in a couple is 0

Power saved was just calculating to be 144£

The x3 one is 0.36 and 1 and u use kirchoff and work it out
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5 days ago
#77
The ratio of x

Well Yb=1.29Ya which was given

Yb=FbLb/AbXb
Ya=FaLa/AaXb

A and l are same so cancel

Fb/Xb=1.29Fa/Xb

Forces were tension so now rearrange for Xb/xa giving 0.996 to 3sf
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5 days ago
#78
For practical and explaining they're in the book

Gradient have half of V as V=F lamda

Lamda = 2 x distance
But gradient gives distance x f which is half of it obviously
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5 days ago
#79
Anything wrong with these?
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5 days ago
#80
What do you guys think the grade boundaries will be? From E to A?
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