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MARK SCHEME for the October/November 2011 question paper for the guidance of teachers

9702 PHYSICS

9702/41 Paper 4 (A2 Structured Questions), maximum raw mark 100

This mark scheme is published as an aid to teachers and candidates, to indicate the requirements of the examination. It shows the basis on which Examiners were instructed to award marks. It does not indicate the details of the discussions that took place at an Examiners meeting before marking began, which would have considered the acceptability of alternative answers. Mark schemes must be read in conjunction with the question papers and the report on the examination.

Cambridge will not enter into discussions or correspondence in connection with these mark schemes.

Cambridge is publishing the mark schemes for the October/November 2011 question papers for most IGCSE, GCE Advanced Level and Advanced Subsidiary Level syllabuses and some Ordinary Level syllabuses.

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Mark Scheme: Teachers version GCE AS/A LEVEL October/November 2011 Section A

Syllabus 9702

Paper 41

(a) gravitational force provides the centripetal force GMm/r 2 = mr2 (must be in terms of ) r 32 = GM and GM is a constant (b) (i) 1. for Phobos, = 2/(7.65 3600) = 2.28 104 rad s1 6 3 (9.39 10 ) (2.28 104)2 = 6.67 1011 M M = 6.46 1023 kg (9.39 106)3 (2.28 104)2 = (1.99 107)3 2 = 7.30 105 rad s1 T = 2/ = 2/(7.30 105) = 8.6 104 s = 23.6 hours

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(ii) either almost geostationary or satellite would take a long time to cross the sky 2 (a) e.g. moving in random (rapid) motion of molecules/atoms/particles no intermolecular forces of attraction/repulsion volume of molecules/atoms/particles negligible compared to volume of container time of collision negligible to time between collisions (1 each, max 2) (b) (i) 1. 2. number of (gas) molecules mean square speed/velocity (of gas molecules)

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(ii) either pV = NkT or pV = nRT and links n and k and <EK> = m<c2> 3 clear algebra leading to <EK> = kT 2 (c) (i) sum of potential energy and kinetic energy of molecules/atoms/particles reference to random (distribution) (ii) no intermolecular forces so no potential energy (change in) internal energy is (change in) kinetic energy and this is proportional to (change in ) T

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Syllabus 9702

(a) (i) amplitude remains constant (ii) amplitude decreases gradually light damping (iii) period = 0.80 s frequency = 1.25 Hz (period not 0.8 s, then 0/2) (b) (i) (induced) e.m.f. is proportional to rate of change/cutting of (magnetic) flux (linkage) (ii) a current is induced in the coil as magnet moves in coil current in resistor gives rise to a heating effect thermal energy is derived from energy of oscillation of the magnet

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(a) (i) zero field (strength) inside spheres (ii) either field strength is zero or the fields are in opposite directions at a point between the spheres (b) (i) field strength is () potential gradient (not V/x) (ii) 1. 2. field strength has maximum value at x = 11.4 cm field strength is zero either at x = 7.9 cm (allow 0.3 cm) or at 0 to 1.4 cm or 11.4 cm to 12 cm

(a) (i) Bqv(sin) or Bqv(cos) (ii) qE (b) FB must be opposite in direction to FE so magnetic field into plane of paper

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Syllabus 9702

(a) (i) period = 1/50 t1 = 0.03 s (ii) peak voltage = 17.0 V (iii) r.m.s. voltage = 17.0/2 = 12.0 V

(a) each line represents photon of specific energy photon emitted as a result of energy change of electron specific energy changes so discrete levels (b) (i) arrow from 0.85 eV level to 1.5 eV level (ii) E = = = = = hc / (1.5 0.85) 1.6 1019 1.04 1019 J (6.63 1034 3.0 108)/(1.04 1019) 1.9 106 m

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(c) spectrum appears as continuous spectrum crossed by dark lines two dark lines electrons in gas absorb photons with energies equal to the excitation energies light photons re-emitted in all directions 8 (a) (i) time for initial number of nuclei/activity to reduce to one half of its initial value (ii) = ln 2/(24.8 24 3600) = 3.23 107 s1 (b) (i) A = N 3.76 106 = 3.23 107 N N = 1.15 1013 (ii) N = N0 et = 1.15 1013 exp({ln 2 30}/24.8) = 4.97 1012 (c) ratio = (4.97 1012)/(1.15 1013 4.97 1012) = 0.76

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Mark Scheme: Teachers version GCE AS/A LEVEL October/November 2011 Section B

Syllabus 9702

Paper 41

(a) e.g. reduced gain increased stability greater bandwidth or less distortion (allow any two sensible suggestions, 1 each, max 2) (b) (i) V connected to midpoint between resistors VOUT clear and input to V+ clear (ii) gain = 1 + RF/R 15 = 1 + 12000/R R = 860 (c) graph: straight line from (0,0) to (0.6,9.0) straight line from (0.6,9.0) to (1.0,9.0) (d) either or relay can be used to switch a large current/voltage output current of op-amp is a few mA/very small relay can be used as a remote switch for inhospitable region/avoids using long heavy cables

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10 (a) e.g. large bandwidth/carries more information low attenuation of signal low cost smaller diameter, easier handling, easier storage, less weight high security/no crosstalk low noise/no EM interference (allow any four sensible suggestions, 1 each, max 4) (b) (i) infra-red (ii) lower attenuation than for visible light (c) (i) gain/dB = 10 lg(P2/P1) 26 = 10 lg(P2/9.3 106) P2 = 3.7 103 W (ii) power loss along fibre = 30 0.2 = 6.0 dB either 6 = 10 lg(P/3.7 103) or 6 dB = 4 3.7 103 or 32 = 10 lg(P/9.3 106) input power = 1.5 102 W

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Syllabus 9702

11 (a) (i) switch so that one aerial can be used for transmission and reception (ii) tuning circuit to select (one) carrier frequency (and reject others) (iii) analogue-to-digital converter/ADC converts microphone output to a digital signal (iv) (a.f.) amplifier (not r.f. amplifier) to increase (power of) signal to drive the loudspeaker (b) e.g. short aerial so easy to handle short range so less interference between base stations larger waveband so more carrier frequencies (any two sensible suggestions, 1 each, max 2)

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