Physics paper 1 2019 aqa gcse

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has anyone got a list of topics that come up in physics 2019 paper 1 and remember the questions?
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1 year ago
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I also need help!!
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(Original post by Sanya 14)
I also need help!!
well this is all I got. hope it helps. its for higher btw!

No
energy resources, no fission/fusion, no pressure, no atomic structure, no
national grid, no uses of radiation, no circuit diagrams

Ø 0.17 A

Ø 2.7 W

Ø 0.5 m

Ø 60 kg mans weight

Ø 1.16 x
10^-3 g / 0.016kg

Ø 7.5 A

Ø 300 seconds

Ø 2.5m

Ø 0.19 kg

Ø 0.05 kg density

Ø 2 x 10^-6 /
0.000002 coloumbs change of
spark

Ø 120 ohms

Ø Diesel vs
electric/ battery cars

Battery is cheaper and more efficient.

Diesel reduces demand from national grid and quicker than
chargig up a battery.

Ø Thermal Insulation
practical

Ø power

Ø Alpha

what contamination is, linked it to how Alpha is
highly ionising and that it mutates cells causing cancerous cells

Ø 6 mark

different layers of insulation of newspaper onto the beaker. also talk about
using a lid on top to minimalize heat loss and start with 0 numbers of
insulators.

Ø Best
thermal conductivity

copper

Ø how
do u go from steam to a Bunsen burner

thermal
energy from burner = converted to kinetic in water particle = more collision =
increase temperature = evaporates

Ø Muscular
power difference between men and women (graph Q)

how the peak of muscular power in female happens at a younger age than in males

o volunteers
who were under 10 years

o the females

o mention the
male and female highest muscular power

o a general
pattern in graph

Ø equate the
specific heat capacity equation and the latent heat. Mass of ice?

total energy in terms of m when
m= mass and then dividing 5848 by the number in front of m(the energy was equal
to 365500 x mass)

0.016 kg

Ø what does
mass have to do with power output?

Mass
of different people are different so they travel at faster speed

Ø Density
question

0.0502

Ø 12.5 for a
temperature

Ø 234 mass
no. 90 atomic no.

Ø Specific
heat Capacity

0.01933 / 0.01933....... and rounded to
0.02

Ø latent heat
of water and dividing the energy by the amount of time, which was 300 seconds
(5 mins) to get the power in watts.

300
secs

Ø 50HZ

Ø How high did the man jump? the
height one using GPE? Zipline?

0.5m / 2.5m

Ø 5 mark Working out
resistance of defibrillator

Convert
4ms to 0.004 seco ds

divide
120,000 by 1000 because time was in milli seconds

120 ohms
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#4
good luck understanding that. the format came out weird but hope it helps!
im gonna fail my p1 mock exam tmrw.

#NOREVISION
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1 year ago
#5
w

well this is all I got. hope it helps. its for higher btw!

No
energy resources, no fission/fusion, no pressure, no atomic structure, no
national grid, no uses of radiation, no circuit diagrams

Ø 0.17 A

Ø 2.7 W

Ø 0.5 m

Ø 60 kg mans weight

Ø 1.16 x
10^-3 g / 0.016kg

Ø 7.5 A

Ø 300 seconds

Ø 2.5m

Ø 0.19 kg

Ø 0.05 kg density

Ø 2 x 10^-6 /
0.000002 coloumbs change of
spark

Ø 120 ohms

Ø Diesel vs
electric/ battery cars

Battery is cheaper and more efficient.

Diesel reduces demand from national grid and quicker than
chargig up a battery.

Ø Thermal Insulation
practical

Ø power

Ø Alpha

what contamination is, linked it to how Alpha is
highly ionising and that it mutates cells causing cancerous cells

Ø 6 mark

different layers of insulation of newspaper onto the beaker. also talk about
using a lid on top to minimalize heat loss and start with 0 numbers of
insulators.

Ø Best
thermal conductivity

copper

Ø how
do u go from steam to a Bunsen burner

thermal
energy from burner = converted to kinetic in water particle = more collision =
increase temperature = evaporates

Ø Muscular
power difference between men and women (graph Q)

how the peak of muscular power in female happens at a younger age than in males

o volunteers
who were under 10 years

o the females

o mention the
male and female highest muscular power

o a general
pattern in graph

Ø equate the
specific heat capacity equation and the latent heat. Mass of ice?

total energy in terms of m when
m= mass and then dividing 5848 by the number in front of m(the energy was equal
to 365500 x mass)

0.016 kg

Ø what does
mass have to do with power output?

Mass
of different people are different so they travel at faster speed

Ø Density
question

0.0502

Ø 12.5 for a
temperature

Ø 234 mass
no. 90 atomic no.

Ø Specific
heat Capacity

0.01933 / 0.01933....... and rounded to
0.02

Ø latent heat
of water and dividing the energy by the amount of time, which was 300 seconds
(5 mins) to get the power in watts.

300
secs

Ø 50HZ

Ø How high did the man jump? the
height one using GPE? Zipline?

0.5m / 2.5m

Ø 5 mark Working out
resistance of defibrillator

Convert
4ms to 0.004 seco ds

divide
120,000 by 1000 because time was in milli seconds

120 ohms
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1 year ago
#6
Anybody did chemistry foundation paper
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1 year ago
#7
(Original post by 21_ria)
good luck understanding that. the format came out weird but hope it helps!
im gonna fail my p1 mock exam tmrw.

#NOREVISION
Is this triple or combined??
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1 year ago
#8
why do you need hold the handle of lawn mower with two hands to turn it? (on in terms of physics)
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8 months ago
#9
@Madheeha.123 Is this for seperate sciences?
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8 months ago
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#11
Is this aqa ?
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