Unit 4 ial physics 20 may 2019 Watch

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Old specification.guys any exam predictions?for this 2019 unit 4 ial physics
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it's all about luck, im so scared
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how many past papers have u completed
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how many past papers have u completed
4 papers. but then again, ive never studied much my whole life
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How’d everyone find it. I thought it was quite easy.
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What’d everyone get the momentum of the charged sphere?
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I think it was something around 4.1 × 10^-4 kgm/s
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Guys what was the answer for the 4 electrons being produced question?
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False Statement.
The main points that prove it wrong: Curvature/Path in diiferent directions meaning they do not have the same charge (obviously electrons have the same charge). Different radius of curvature for each spiral shows difference in initial K.E/Momentum and also Mass.
So clearly the 4 decay products are not of the same nature when it comes to mass/charge.
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Guys what was the answer for the 4 electrons being produced question?
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Could you please do the working I can't remember my answer
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what was the answer to using the p.d time graph to show it used a capacitor?
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How did u guys show the 10nF
My answer was ...×10^-8
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I think it was revolved around tbe idea that P.D drops/decreases exponentially ovet time. Meaning a capacitor was used to store charge and then discharge gradually through the resistor.
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what was the answer to using the p.d time graph to show it used a capacitor?
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How did u guys show the 10nF
My answer was ...×10^-8
just picked a point on p.d graph then used discharge equation to get like 1.37 x10^-8 which rounds to 10 nF
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Guys what was the answer for question no. 12
The question was of 6 marks with an asterisk mark.
Was it about Rutherfords obsv. And conclusions?
Or it was something else.
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Thanks for the reply. Got the same answer, was confused at the spot.
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Its protons neutrons and electrons that make up atoms which is what makes matter of statues. Proton is uud, neutron is udd, electron is the only lepton. Atom is mostly empty space neutron and protons are concentrated in nucleus.



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Guys what was the answer for question no. 12
The question was of 6 marks with an asterisk mark.
Was it about Rutherfords obsv. And conclusions?
Or it was something else.
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ok g thats what i wrote
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I think it was revolved around tbe idea that P.D drops/decreases exponentially ovet time. Meaning a capacitor was used to store charge and then discharge gradually through the resistor.
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How did u guys do the 11 th number question.
Did u guys add the given diameter 12 cm with 5cm above surface? And did we have to multiply 2 with the charge?
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