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Unit 5 ans excellent loads of questions Physics edexcel

Unit 5 ans excellent loads of questions Physics edexcel

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1.
D
[1]
 2.
C
[1]
 3.
D
[1]
 4.
C
[1]
 5.
D
[1]
 6.
B
[1]
 7.
A
[1]
 8.
B
[1]
 9.
B
[1]
 10.
B
[1]
 
11.
density, mass
(1)
tough, energy
(1)
compressive, tensile
(1)
[3]
 12.
(a)(i)Use of E
=
21
mv
2
Correct answer [0.44]
(1)
Example of calculation:
44.0)30()20(
223020
==
 E  E 
1 (ii)Collision energy is more than halved
(1)
, so claim is justified
(1)
2 (b)Calculation of collision energy [60 kJ]
(1)
Use of W = Fx
(1)
Correct answer [500 kN]
(1)
Example of calculation:E
=
21
mv
2
= 0.5 × 1200 × (10)
2
= 60,000 JW = Fx so
kN m x F 
50012.0000,60
===
3 (c)Crumple zone increases displacement of car during crash so collision forceis reduced
or
crumple zone increases collision time and so decreases theacceleration (and force)
(1)
1
[7]
 13.
(a)As skydiver speeds up, air resistance will increase
(1)
 Net force on skydiver will decrease, reducing acceleration
(1)
2 (b)Parachute greatly increases the size of the air resistance
(1)
When air resistance = weight of skydiver, skydiver is in equilibrium
(1)
2
 
(c)Use of as v
2
= u
2
+ 2as
or
21
mv
2
= mg
h
(1)
Correct answer [7.7 m s
 –1
]
(1)
Example of calculation:v =
381.92
××
= 7.7 m s
 –1
2
[6]
 14.
Spelling of technical terms must be correct and the answer must beorganised in a logical sequence
(QWC)
Mixing of layers leading to eddies/whorls
(1)
Air circulates around at edge of platform
(1)
Passenger may be pushed over due to eddies/whorls
(1)
[3]
 15.
(a)Proportional / Hooke’s law limit
(1)
1 (b)Stiffness of sample
(1)
1 (c)Work done / strain energy
(1)
To stretch (OR strain) wire to fracture
(1)
2
[4]
 16.
(a)Use o
 ρ π 
3
34
 
(1)
Correct answer [1.44 × 10
 –6
kg]
(1)
Example of calculation:
kg1044.11000)107.0( 3434
6333
×=××==
π  ρ π 
m
2 (b)Use of mg = 6
πη 
rv
(1)
Correct answer [1.2 m s
 –1
]
(1)
Example of calculation:
1346
sm2.1 107.01090.86 81.91044.1 6
=×××× ××==
π π η 
mg v
 
(2)
2
[4]

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