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GCE A LEVEL

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Syllabus 9702

Paper 4

Section A 1 (a) (i) radial lines pointing inwards (ii) no difference OR lines closer near surface of smaller sphere (b) (i) FG = = = (ii) FC = = FC = = GMm / R2 (6.67 10-11 5.98 1024) / (6380 103)2 9.80 N mR2 2 / T (42 6380 103) / (8.64 104)2 0.0337 N B1 B1 B1 C1 A1 C1 C1 A1 A1 B1 B1 [6] [3]

(iii) FG. FC = 9.77 N (c) because acceleration (of free fall) is (resultant) force per unit mass acceleration = 9.77 m s-2 (a) (i) = 2f (ii) (-)ve because a and x in opposite directions OR a directed towards mean position / centre (b) (i) forces in springs are k(e + x) and k(e - x) resultant = k(e + x) - k(e - x) = 2kx (ii) F = ma a = -2kx / m (-)ve sign explained (iii) 2 = 2k / m (2f)2 = (2 120) / 0.90 f = 2.6 Hz

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B1 B1 C1 M1 A0 B1 A0 B1 C1 C1 A1 [2]

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Syllabus 9702

Paper 4

(a) single diode in series with R OR in series with a.c. supply (b) (i) 1 (i) 2 5.4 V (allow 0.1 V) V I = iR = 5.4 / 1.5 103 = 3.6 10-3 A

M1 A1 A1 C1 A1 A1 C1 A1 C1 A1 B1

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(i) 3 (ii) 1

time = 0.027 s Q = it = 3.6 10-3 0.027 = 9.72 10-5 C C = Q / V (allow C = Q/V for this mark) = (9.72 10-5) / 1.2 = 8.1 10-5 F

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(ii) 2

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(c) line:

(a) (i) 50 mT (ii) flux linkage = BAN = 50 10-3 0.4 10-4 150 = 3.0 10-4 Wb (allow 49 mT 2.94 10-4 Wb or 51 mT 3.06 10-4 Wb)

A1 C1 A1 [3]

(b) e.m.f. / induced voltage (do not allow current) proportional/equal to rate of change/cutting of flux (linkage) (c) (i) new flux linkage = 8.0 10-3 0.4 10-4 150 = 4.8 10-5 Wb change = 2.52 10-4 Wb = (2.52 10-4) / 0.30 = 8.4 10-4 V

B1 B1

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C1 A1 C1 A1 B1 B1

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(ii) e.m.f.

(d) either or

flux linkage decreases as distance increases so speed must increase to keep rate of change constant

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at constant speed, e.m.f. / flux linkage decreases as x increases (B1) so increase speed to keep rate constant (B1)

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Syllabus 9702

Paper 4

(a) into (plane of) paper / downwards (b) (i) the centripetal force = mv2 / r mv2/r = Bqv hence q/m = v/r B (ii) q/m

B1 B1 B1 C1 A1 C1

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= (8.2 106) / (23 10-2 0.74) = 4.82 107 C kg-1 = (1.6 10-19) / (4.82 107 1.66 10-27) = 2u

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(a) pV / T = constant T = (6.5 106 30 300) / (1.1 105 540) = 985 K (if uses C, allow 1/3 marks for clear formula) (b) (i) U = q + w symbols identified correctly directions correct (ii) q is zero is positive OR U = w and U increases U is rise in kinetic energy of atoms and mean kinetic energy T (allow 1 of the last two marks if states U increases so T rises) or dN/dt = (-)N OR A = (-)N with symbols explained

C1 C1 A1

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M1 A1 B1 B1 M1 A1

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M1 A1 M0 A1 A1 A1

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(ii) greater energy of -particle means (parent) nucleus less stable nucleus more likely to decay hence Radium-224 (b) (i) either = ln2 / 3.6 or = ln2 / 3.6 24 3600 = 0.193 = 2.23 10-6 -1 s-1 unit day (one sig.fig., -1, allow in hr-1) = {(2.24 10-3) / 224} 6.02 1023 = 6.02 1018 activity = N = 2.23 10-6 6.02 1018 = 1.3 1013 Bq

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A1 A1 C1 C1 C1 A1

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(ii) N

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Syllabus 9702

Paper 4

(b) (i) 1. 4.5 V 2. Use of potential divider formula 9 800 / (800 + 2200) 2.4 V 3. 9.0 V (ii) green (e.c.f. from (a) and (i)3)

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(c) as temperature rises, potential/voltage at B increases at 60 C, green goes out, red comes on

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(a) (i) clear distinction of boundaries between regions (ii) significant difference in blackening of different regions (b) (i) = e- = 0.693 mm-1 (ii) X-ray (photons) are more penetrating is smaller

B1 B1 C1 A1 M1 A1 [2]

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10 (a) amplitude of carrier wave varies in synchrony with (displacement of information) signal (b) three vertical lines symmetrical with smaller sidebands at frequencies 70, 75 and 80 kHz (c) bandwidth = 10 kHz

M1 A1 B1 B1 B1 B1

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11 (a) unwanted energy / power that is random or that covers whole spectrum (b) number of dB = 10 lg(POUT / PIN) 63 = 10 lg (POUT / (2.5 10-6) POUT = 5.0 W (c) attenuation = 10 lg(5 / 3.5 10-8) = 81.5 dB length = 81.5 / 12 = 6.8 km

B1 C1 C1 A1 C1 A1

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12 e.g. permits entry to PSTN selects base station for any handset allocates a carrier frequency/channel monitors handset signal to re-allocate base station allocates time slot for multiplexing etc (any four sensible suggestions, 1 each to max 4)

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