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AQA GCSE Physics Paper 2 (Higher Combined) 8464/2H - 16th June 2023 [Exam Chat]

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Original post by propergoodman
I put up then changed to right

eesh, got that wrong then .-.
The copper would go to the left ? The convectional current is coming towards you and the dirrction of magnetic field is down so your thumb ends up facing right?
Original post by arrow1801
The copper would go to the left ? The convectional current is coming towards you and the dirrction of magnetic field is down so your thumb ends up facing right?


u gott hat too?
i thoguht cuz like it goes bakwards or something
there was something about how to make the copper or somat more faster i think
did anyomne say to add xtra current
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Original post by A____J
there was something about how to make the copper or somat more faster i think
did anyomne say to add xtra current


Yes
Original post by anamshah0010
Yes


yasss ok but it was 2 marks
thats all put, was there menna be more
Original post by A____J
yasss ok but it was 2 marks
thats all put, was there menna be more

Yes you were meant to explain what the effect of increasing the current has on the motor I think.
Original post by anamshah0010
Yes you were meant to explain what the effect of increasing the current has on the motor I think.


ahh right, ok
thanks
and the compass qs, whatd u get? .-.
Original post by A____J
ahh right, ok
thanks
and the compass qs, whatd u get? .-.

Compass points north when not near a magnet
This shows that the earths core must be magnetic as it generates its own magnetic field
I don’t know if that’s right though
Original post by arrow1801
The copper would go to the left ? The convectional current is coming towards you and the dirrction of magnetic field is down so your thumb ends up facing right?


What was the correct answer then
Original post by A____J
u gott hat too?
i thoguht cuz like it goes bakwards or something

Yeah the right facing arrow is the answer?
Original post by anamshah0010
Compass points north when not near a magnet
This shows that the earths core must be magnetic as it generates its own magnetic field
I don’t know if that’s right though

i got the first bit, or something similar
yh it sOuNds right : )
Original post by propergoodman
What was the correct answer then


righr facing arrow?
Original post by arrow1801
Yeah the right facing arrow is the answer?


arrow goes left, no? .-.
lool think everyone got different answers
Original post by A____J
arrow goes left, no? .-.
lool think everyone got different answers

The convectional current is towards you tthe mahnetic field is down so the force is to the right
Original post by arrow1801
The convectional current is towards you tthe mahnetic field is down so the force is to the right


oh, right
heh, lol i think i got all the 1 markers wrong jtudt
What did you get on the wave length question
Original post by Holmesalex
What did you get on the wave length question

which one?
Original post by A____J
which one?


The one where you need to measure it

I think it was llike 4mm =1mm
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Original post by Holmesalex
What did you get on the wave length question

I measured between the ending 2 rarefactions not the ends of the waves getting me 10cm which is 100mm which means its 500mm. Then i divided it by like 7 or 8, the amount of waves between them getting me like 71.something. there might be a range of answers tho not sure if im right

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