# AQA GCSE Physics Paper 2 (Higher Combined) 8464/2H - 14th June 2024 [Exam Chat]

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Original post by Orange190273
I managed to write all my answers on a rubber before I left
0.78
0.612
5950
2.5 x10^9
2.5
9.36 or 936
6000(that was the 6 marker, think its wrong though)
7.2

it’s wrong
Original post by maveline
please tell me the answer to the 6 marker was 15,000 😭 i literally used 4 equations and im confident in my answer

that’s right yes but what was the direct proportional one, the previous question
Original post by saman1028
that’s right yes but what was the direct proportional one, the previous question

braking distance is directly proportional to v^2
for the unit of magnetic flux density would i still get the mark for putting teslas instead of tesla?
Original post by elisethepolice
for the unit of magnetic flux density would i still get the mark for putting teslas instead of tesla?

It had to be just “T” the word doesn’t score any marks, Tesla or teslas
Original post by ahopp
It had to be just “T” the word doesn’t score any marks, Tesla or teslas

Noooo! I put Teslas. It was only 1 mark though so hopefully it won’t be a big deal if all my calculations are right (which they seem to be)
Original post by Maisie.07
Yeh violets right

I purple. I don't think I'll get a mark
How does Tesla not score the mark when that is the actual unit ( with T as the symbol)?
Also what did people get for the left hand rule one?
Original post by Lars360
Also what did people get for the left hand rule one?

I got INTO page - I remembered right at the end that the arrow points in the opposite direction to current flow phew
i put for the what is a transverse wave that the oscillations are perpendicular to the direction of energy transfer is that right
Original post by es-sk
horror test. Who at aqa let the test be allowed.

real it was so bad
Original post by saman1028
it’s wrong

I put - 15000. Instead of 15000 would I get 5 instead of 6 marks
Original post by Rkrnekek
I got 2.5×10^-7 I think

I got that!! Yeyeyeyyeeyyee
The rocket one is 720 m/s right? I put purple in the visible light question. Will I get the mark?
Original post by David havington
I got that!! Yeyeyeyyeeyyee

How you get that💀
saying goodbye to that 9/9 after that 😍😍🥰🥰😘
Original post by David havington
I got that!! Yeyeyeyyeeyyee

It was definitely 2.5 x 10^9
Original post by maveline
braking distance is directly proportional to v^2

Same!!! I substituted some numbers in and I think it was right
Original post by Murdazx
did anyone get 2.5x10^-3 for one of their answers?

2.5 x 10^9 ☹️