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2 2 TWENTY FIRST CENTURY SCIENCE EQUATIONS Useful relationships The Earth in the Universe distance = wave speed time wave speed = frequency wavelength Sustainable energy energy transferred = power time power = voltage current energy usefully transferred efficiency = total energy supplied 100% Explaining motion distance travelled speed = time taken change in velocity acceleration = time taken momentum = mass velocity change of momentum = resultant force time for which it acts work done by a force = force distance moved in the direction of the force amount of energy transferred = work done change in gravitational potential energy = weight vertical height difference kinetic energy = 1 2 mass [velocity]2 Electric circuits power = voltage current resistance = voltage current voltage across primary coil voltage across secondary coil = number of turns in primary coil number of turns in secondary coil Radioactive materials energy = mass [speed of light in a vacuum] 2

3 3 BLANK PAGE Question 1 begins on page 4 PLEASE DO NOT WRITE ON THIS PAGE Turn over

4 4 Answer all the questions. 1 The diagram shows information written on the bottom of an electric kettle. OCR kettle 230 V 50 Hz 8 A (a) What is the power of this kettle when it is being used? Put a ring around the number closest to the power, measured in kilowatts [1] (b) A different kettle has a power of 1.2 kw. (i) In a whole week, this kettle is used for a total of 45 minutes. Calculate the amount of energy, in kilowatt hours, transferred to heat in this time. Show your working. energy =... kilowatt hours [1] (ii) It takes 1 minute to boil a cup of water for tea with this 1.2 kw kettle. Calculate how much energy, in joules, is provided. Show your working. energy =... joules [2] [Total: 4]

5 2 (a) The block diagram below represents a nuclear power station. 5 National Grid lines A steam B C D Identify the four parts labelled A, B, C and D. A... B... C... D... [3] (b) A worker in the nuclear power industry is at risk from contamination and irradiation. Discuss the difference in risk between contamination and irradiation.... [2] [Total: 5] Turn over

6 6 3 This question is about the generation of electrical energy in the UK in The diagram below shows the energy input and output for all UK power stations in The figures are all in terawatt hours (TWh). 1 TWh = 1000 million kwh. renewable sources 18 nuclear 190 oil 18 electricity used in power stations 26 energy losses 550 gas 374 electricity to homes 117 coal 300 electricity to industry, business and transport 207 (a) It has been claimed that nuclear power provides approximately 20% of Britain s electricity. Use data from the diagram to check this statement. Show your working. conclusion... [2]

7 (b) New technology allows power stations to be more efficient. They can operate with half their current use of electricity reduce their energy losses by 10%. Suppose that all power stations were improved in this way. 7 Calculate the extra energy in TWh which would be available for homes, industry, business and transport. You can assume the same energy input to the power stations. Put a ring around the correct value [1] (c) Over the next 50 years, it is expected that the energy needs of Britain will continue to grow, but that fossil fuels will be used less and less. Describe and explain the changes you would expect to the energy input side of the diagram. You do not have to do any calculations.... [2] [Total: 5] Turn over

8 8 4 Shetland is a small island group 300 km north of mainland Scotland, and has a population of approximately people. Electricity is provided by an old oil-burning power station, which needs to be replaced. The Shetland islanders need to consider the different energy options available to them. They can then decide on ways of meeting energy production and energy use over the next hundred years. What recommendations would you make to the Shetland islanders? Justify your advice. The quality of written communication will be assessed in your answer [6] [Total: 6]

9 5 (a) Mayfly nymphs are an example of a living indicator. Suggest why living indicators can be useful to scientists [1] (b) The table shows the average number of mayfly nymphs found in rivers flowing through three different areas, A, B and C, over a period of five years. average number of mayfly nymphs year area A area B area C Scientists wish to set up a nature reserve in one of these areas. This would be an area where the plants and animals are protected. Suggest which area you would recommend to become the nature reserve. Use the data to explain why you have chosen that area, and why you have not chosen the other two areas.... [2] [Total: 3] Turn over

10 6 (a) Sarah is learning about food webs. 10 She finds this food web in her science text book. shark puffin cod herring humpback whale krill phytoplankton (i) Jellyfish feed on krill. Sea turtles are predators of jellyfish. Add this information to the food web above. [1] (ii) Detritivores are not shown on the food web but they are important. Why are detritivores important? Put a tick ( ) in the box next to each correct explanation. They prevent nutrients being recycled in the food web. They fix nitrogen. They feed on dead organisms and waste materials. They are predators of decomposers. They carry out photosynthesis to recycle carbon in the food web. They release carbon dioxide back into the air. [1]

11 (iii) 11 A disease-causing organism specific to puffins is introduced to the food web. What might happen to the numbers of puffins, herring, cod and sharks? Put a tick ( ) in the box next to the correct option to complete each sentence.... increase. The number of puffins would stay the same.... decrease.... increase. Then the number of herring would stay the same.... decrease.... increase. Then the number of cod would stay the same.... decrease.... increase. Then the number of sharks would stay the same.... decrease. [1] Turn over

12 12 (b) Look at the food chain which is part of the food web. The figures show the energy transferred through each stage of the food chain. phytoplankton kj krill kj humpback whale 140 kj (i) Calculate the percentage efficiency of energy transfer between the phytoplankton and the humpback whale. Show your working. efficiency =... % [2] (ii) Look at the food web. Sarah thinks that the percentage efficiency of energy transfer between the phytoplankton and sharks would be less than the answer calculated in part (i). Explain why she is correct [3] [Total: 8]

13 13 BLANK PAGE Question 7 begins on page 14 PLEASE DO NOT WRITE ON THIS PAGE Turn over

14 14 7 (a) In 1859, Charles Darwin proposed his theory of evolution by natural selection. Describe how Darwin thought the process of natural selection occurred. The quality of written communication will be assessed in your answer.... [6]

15 15 (b) Lamarck was a French scientist who suggested an explanation for evolution before Darwin. He suggested that the characteristics of living things changed during their lifetime. For example, he believed that giraffes stretch up to reach leaves high in the trees and this causes their necks to become longer. Which statements are reasons why scientists now accept that Darwin s ideas about evolution are better than Lamarck s? Put ticks ( ) in the boxes next to the three correct reasons. Lamarck proposed his ideas much earlier than Darwin. Some people believe that God created all living things. There is no scientific evidence to prove that Darwin was wrong. Fossils found in older rocks are different from those in younger rocks in the same area. There is no mechanism to explain how acquired characteristics could be inherited. Darwin used creative thought to develop his ideas about evolution. Darwin was not as well-known as Lamarck. Our understanding of genetics now supports Darwin s ideas of natural selection. [3] [Total: 9] Turn over

16 8 Read this newspaper article. 16 NEW TARGETS FOR SALT IN FOODS The Government has set new targets for salt in foods. Scientists have discussed the targets with consumer groups and food companies. Some examples of these targets are food g salt in 100 g food bacon 2.88 bread 0.68 cereals 1.00 Food labelling will show how much salt is in the food high salt = more than 1.5 g of salt in 100 g of food low salt = less than 0.3 g of salt in 100 g of food. The Guideline Daily Amount (GDA) of salt is 6 g. This is the maximum amount of salt you should eat in one day. (a) For his breakfast Tom eats 100 g cereals, 50 g bread and 50 g bacon. Work out how much salt is in his breakfast. Show your working. Is this more than the Guideline Daily Amount? answer =... g salt... [2]

17 17 (b) The Government has set new, lower targets for salt in foods. They try to balance risks and benefits. Some people and companies are in favour of the new targets. Others are against the change. Explain why setting lower targets is controversial.... [3] [Total: 5] Turn over

18 18 9 Coal, limestone and salt are resources found in the Earth s crust in Britain. They were formed millions of years ago in different ways. (a) There are large deposits of rock salt in the north west of England. Explain how rock salt is formed.... [2] (b) Coal and limestone are found very close together in Britain. They were made in very different climatic conditions. Which two statements, when taken together, explain how this happened? Put ticks ( ) in the boxes next to the two correct answers. Volcanoes erupt along the edge of tectonic plates. Climates are different at different places on the Earth. Climate changes depend on movement of the air. Land masses move because of the movement of tectonic plates. Concentrations of carbon dioxide increased during the formation of the Earth s resources. Global warming increases the temperature of the Earth. [2]

19 (c) Look at the diagram. 19 Africa key direction of magnetism in rocks South America The diagram shows the direction of magnetism of some of the rocks in South America and Africa. Scientists use these as evidence that South America and Africa were once part of the same land mass. Why are there variations in the direction of magnetism in rocks, and how can they be used as evidence for the movement of continents? The quality of written communication will be assessed in your answer.... [6] [Total: 10] Turn over

20 10 Look at the data about the production of alkali in 1810 and products from one tonne of salt 1810 Alkali is made by using coal to heat salt and limestone Alkali is made by the electrolysis of salt solution. hydrogen chloride 8% hydrogen sulfide 2% hydrogen 1% alkali 24% salt 66% chlorine 53% alkali 46% (a) Calculate how much more alkali was produced from 10 tonnes of salt in 2010 compared with Show your working. answer =... tonnes [2]

21 21 (b) The method of making alkali has changed over the past 200 years. Explain why these changes happened.... [3] [Total: 5] END OF QUESTION PAPER

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### Wednesday 20 June 2012 Morning

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### Tuesday 15 May 2012 Afternoon

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### Wednesday 13 June 2012 Morning

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### THIS IS A NEW SPECIFICATION MODIFIED LANGUAGE

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### Wednesday 21 May 2014 Morning

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### B541. PSYCHOLOGY Studies and Applications in Psychology 1 GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION. Tuesday 17 May 2011 Morning

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### Friday 14 June 2013 Morning

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### A451. COMPUTING Computer Systems and Programming GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION. Tuesday 11 January 2011 Afternoon

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### THIS IS A NEW SPECIFICATION

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### Wednesday 20 June 2012 Afternoon

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### Friday 18 January 2013 Morning

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### Wednesday 6 November 2013 Morning

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### Wednesday 30 January 2013 Afternoon

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