# Past papersWatch

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11 years ago
#1521
(Original post by iainmacn)
that should be it
Thanks! Been looking for this for ages!
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11 years ago
#1522
Hi everyone

I'm looking for the following OCR Physics A exam papers:

1. Forces & Motion: January 2003
2. Forces, Fields & Energy: June 2001, January 2002, January 2003
3. Unifying Concepts in Physics: January 2003
4. Health Physics: January 2002, June 2002, January 2003
5. Telecommunications: January 2002, June 2002, January 2003

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11 years ago
#1523
(Original post by ysan)
Hi everyone

I'm looking for the following OCR Physics A exam papers:

1. Forces & Motion: January 2003
2. Forces, Fields & Energy: June 2001, January 2002, January 2003
3. Unifying Concepts in Physics: January 2003
4. Health Physics: January 2002, June 2002, January 2003

5. Telecommunications: January 2002, June 2002, January 2003

I have the papers from the first four modules. PM me your e-mail address and a copy of this list and I'll have a look. Unfortunately its too many to attach here hope that helps.
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11 years ago
#1524
small doubt though....i want to know...for question 1 of W2 jan 2007- when drawing a bargraph...in the x-axis are u suppose to write field no. from 1 - 10...?...and on the y axis the means for each field is it?..thanks for the papers
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11 years ago
#1525
please anyone????...how do u do the bar graph???
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11 years ago
#1526
anyone??
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11 years ago
#1527
(Original post by A.Jitto)
please anyone????...how do u do the bar graph???
Ok I just skimmed through the question-
Plot Field numbers on the X axis, Plot mean on Y axis. Easy And oh yeah don't forget the legend to distinguish each bar from the other. Does that make sense?
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11 years ago
#1528
thank u soo much stranded...small doubt though in the x axis say when going from 1 - 10...do you draw bars for the means of both on say fieldnumber one( like one abit before 1 and afer one) or....do u draw like 1 - 1.5 is for one type and 1.5 - 2 is the other???...pls advice...really appreicate the help
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11 years ago
#1529
pls?
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11 years ago
#1530
(Original post by A.Jitto)
thank u soo much stranded...small doubt though in the x axis say when going from 1 - 10...do you draw bars for the means of both on say fieldnumber one( like one abit before 1 and afer one) or....do u draw like 1 - 1.5 is for one type and 1.5 - 2 is the other???...pls advice...really appreicate the help
Check this out and if you still don't understand, ask away. The Y axis values are made up
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11 years ago
#1531
jan 04 ms
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11 years ago
#1532
(Original post by A.Jitto)
pls?
I've posted a sample chart.
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11 years ago
#1533
Hey guys, im looking for the AQA January 2007 unit 2 question paper and mark scheme

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11 years ago
#1534
(Original post by never-mind)
jan 04 ms
Thankage!
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11 years ago
#1535
okay is it wrong if we did a histogram here?

one more question why is the number of whatever not per hectare but the mean is?
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11 years ago
#1536
thank you X 10000...u r my savior...all da best for ur exam tomorrow...ill pray for u too
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11 years ago
#1537
(Original post by Stranded)
Thankage!
Welcomage!
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11 years ago
#1538
(Original post by never-mind)
okay is it wrong if we did a histogram here?

one more question why is the number of whatever not per hectare but the mean is?
How can you possibly draw a histogram?
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11 years ago
#1539
(Original post by A.Jitto)
thank you X 10000...u r my savior...all da best for ur exam tomorrow...ill pray for u too
Hehe thanks and good luck.
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11 years ago
#1540
COOLAGE...does that make sense..???
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