A-Level Physics: AQA Year 1 & 2 Exam Practice Workbook - includes Answers: superb for the 2024 and 2025 exams (CGP AQA A-Level Physics)

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A-Level Physics: AQA Year 1 & 2 Exam Practice Workbook - includes Answers: superb for the 2024 and 2025 exams (CGP AQA A-Level Physics)

A-Level Physics: AQA Year 1 & 2 Exam Practice Workbook - includes Answers: superb for the 2024 and 2025 exams (CGP AQA A-Level Physics)

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Calculations and descriptions with the double-slit experiment This exercise helps you practise using the double-slit interference formula and applying it to experiments.

Calculate the distance travelled by the arrow in question 4 if it was fired at 50° to the horizontal, at the same initial velocity as before.Resolving forces A single force can be broken down (resolved) into two components at right angles to each other. This exercise provides practice in drawing and interpreting field diagrams, and using the equation for gravitational force. d State two differences between the patterns seen when the double slits and the diffraction grating are used.

Basic terms and wave diagrams In this exercise you use wave terms and practise with phase differences and wave diagrams. Velocity–time graphs This exercise provides practice in drawing, using and interpreting velocity–time graphs. Remember that path difference is an actual distance and it is not the same as phase difference, although the two are related. a The formula for the cell is E = V + Ir Using the graph, copy and complete this table to show the values of the three terms.b The area of the rectangle represents the displacement if the object had moved at a steady speed u for time t. d We can consider the Earth’s gravitational pull as if all of its mass were concentrated at one point, its centre of gravity. Remember the stationary wave is not moving along – some of the points on it are just moving up and down and some points do not move up and down at all, they stay as zero all the time c Calculate the wavelength of the wave. in each of the three closed loops: Choose a direction to follow around a loop, in the direction of the current.

d What force will be exerted on a particle of charge +2e placed between two parallel plates separated by a distance of 140 mm when there is a p.Using your diagram, join up all the points on one side of the point A where the path difference is λ. Our Revision Workbooks are designed to help students develop vital skills throughout the course and build their confidence in preparation for the exam, with guided questions, unguided questions, practice papers and a full set of answers. e By comparing the diagrams for a solid and a gas, you can see two ways in which the particles of a gas have more energy than the particles of a solid.

State whether its acceleration will be greater than, less than, or the same as when it was at point A, moving upwards. There’s an enormous variety of ultra-realistic exam questions covering every topic, including a section of mixed (synoptic) questions. If its mass is 20 kg, by how much has its gravitational potential energy increased when it is lifted to point B, 2.ii State whether the frequency of the vibrator must be increased or decreased to form the same stationary wave pattern on the string as shown in the diagram. The model can be used to explain many phenomena, and this exercise develops an understanding of the model at its simplest. Suggest two sources of uncertainty in the experiment and explain in each case how they affect the calculated value for g.



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