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2 2 EQUATIONS energy = mass specific heat capacity temperature change energy = mass specific latent heat efficiency = useful energy output ( 100%) total energy input wave speed = frequency wavelength power = voltage current energy supplied = power time average speed = distance time distance = average speed time resistance = voltage current v = u + at v 2 = u 2 + 2as s = ut at2 m 1 u 1 + m 2 u 2 = (m 1 + m 2 )v refractive index = magnification = speed of light in vacuum speed of light in medium image size object size s = (u + v) 2 t l e = l b + l c acceleration = change in speed time taken voltage across primary coil voltage across secondary coil = force = mass acceleration weight = mass gravitational field strength work done = force distance power = work done time number of primary turns number of secondary turns power loss = (current) 2 resistance V p I p = V s I s power = force speed KE = 1 2 mv2 momentum = mass velocity force = change in momentum time GPE = mgh

3 3 Answer all the questions. Section A Module P1 1 Phone masts send and receive microwave signals for mobile phones. (a) Some people are concerned about having a phone mast near to their house. Suggest whether or not having a mast near someone s house can be dangerous. Explain your answer.... [2] (b) It is difficult to make conclusions about the danger of microwaves to people using mobile phones. Suggest reasons why.... [2] [Total: 4] Turn over

4 2 Bilhar has high fuel bills. His house has poor insulation. (a) Look at the diagram of a window in his house. 4 cold air outside glass window warm air in room A lot of energy is lost through the window. Explain, in terms of particles, how the energy is transferred from the warm air inside the house to the cold air outside the house. The quality of written communication will be assessed in your answer to this question.... [6]

5 (b) Bilhar has two types of heater. They are filled with different liquids. Look at the diagrams of Bilhar s heaters. 5 heater 1 12 kg of water at 20 C steel 1000 W electric heater heater 2 12 kg of oil at 20 C steel Heater 1 is filled with water. Heater 2 is filled with oil W electric heater (i) The water in heater 1 is at 20 C. Bilhar switches on heater 1. The electric heater heats the water. The heater supplies J of energy to the 12 kg of water. The specific heat capacity of water is 4200 J/kg C. Calculate the maximum temperature of the water. answer... C [3] (ii) It is unlikely the water will get to this temperature. Suggest why.... [1] Turn over for the remainder of question 2

6 (c) Bilhar switches on heater 2. 6 The specific heat capacity of oil is 1670 J/kg C. The liquids in the two heaters are heated to a temperature of 50 C. Look at the graph of the temperatures of the liquids in the heaters. temperature in C oil water time in minutes Water filled heaters are more useful for heating Bilhar s house. Use the graph to help you explain why.... [3] [Total: 13]

7 3 Sam puts a potato into her microwave oven. 7 glass door She heats the potato for 8 minutes. It is cooked through to the centre. Sam also uses a convection oven to cook a potato of the same size. This method, using infrared radiation, takes more than one hour to cook potatoes through to the centre. Sam s microwave oven cooks food differently and wastes less energy than her convection oven. Explain why [3] [Total: 3] Turn over

8 8 4 Light waves carry information along optical fibres. (a) How does light travel along the length of an optical fibre?... [1] (b) Information can also be carried along copper wires. Using optical fibres can be a better way to carry information. Suggest reasons why.... [2] (c) A laser produces a beam of light. How is a beam of light from a laser different from a beam of light from a torch?... [2] [Total: 5]

9 9 Section B Module P2 5 Amrit spends a lot of money on her electricity bills. One of her appliances is an iron. (a) Amrit uses the iron for 0.5 hours. Its power is 1500 W. Electricity costs 18 pence per unit. Calculate the number of kilowatt hours used by the iron and how much this will cost. number of kwh =... cost of using the iron =... pence [3] (b) Amrit has a fan heater. It has a power rating of 1955 W and a voltage of 230 V. The fuse in the plug states a maximum current of 13 A. Amrit wants to find out whether the fuse is suitable. Calculate the current in the fan heater. answer... A [2] (c) Amrit decides to change to off-peak electricity. Off-peak electricity has advantages for producers and consumers. (i) Write down one advantage and one disadvantage of off-peak electricity for Amrit. advantage... disadvantage... [2] (ii) Power stations produce electricity 24 hours a day. Producers sell off-peak electricity. This increases their profit. Explain how using more off-peak electricity can benefit energy supply.... [1] [Total: 8] Turn over

10 6 Most scientists agree that the greenhouse effect causes global warming. However, other scientists disagree about the causes of global warming. 10 The changes in the climate that we ve seen are due to a natural cycle. Humans are not to blame. Global warming is caused by humans. We ve increased the amount of CO 2 in the atmosphere. (a) Suggest reasons why scientists may disagree on the causes of global warming.... [2]

11 11 (b) Josh tries to explain what the greenhouse effect is. Methane and carbon dioxide are the main greenhouse gases. They trap heat below the atmosphere. It is something to do with the wavelengths of radiation but I am not sure what happens. Explain in more detail the role of radiation in the greenhouse effect. The quality of written communication will be assessed in your answer to this question.... [6] [Total: 8] Turn over

12 12 7 Electricity is generated in power stations from the energy stored in fuels. Fossil fuel power stations burn coal, oil or gas. Look at the energy diagram of a power station. input 500 MJ power station 320 MJ wasted heat 180 MJ electricity (a) Calculate the efficiency of the power station. answer... [2] (b) The power station engineer thinks the power station could be made more energy efficient without increasing the electrical efficiency. Suggest how the efficiency of the power station could be increased, other than by generating more electricity.... [2] [Total: 4]

13 13 8 Nuclear radiation can be both useful and dangerous. The three types of nuclear radiation are alpha, beta and gamma. (a) Look at the table about nuclear radiation. It is incomplete. Complete the table. nuclear radiation example of use stopped by alpha a sheet of card beta gamma treating cancer a few cm of lead [3] (b) Radioactive materials have to be disposed of safely. Some high level nuclear waste from a power station is in liquid form. The nuclear power company want to bury the liquid waste underground. Explain the risks of doing this.... [2] [Total: 5] Turn over

14 14 Section C Module P3 9 Laura and Paul are learning about speed and distance in a science lesson. Paul walks around the school sports field. Laura calculates the speed for different parts of his walk. She draws a speed-time graph. speed in m / s A B C D time in seconds (a) Laura thinks that Paul accelerates in part A but decelerates in part C, then decelerates more rapidly in part D. Is Laura correct? answer... Explain your answer using information from the graph.... [2]

15 (b) (i) 15 Calculate the distance travelled while Paul s speed is increasing. Put a ring around the correct answer. 10 m 50 m 80 m 90 m 100 m 300 m (ii) Paul walks a total distance of 540 m. [1] His average speed for the whole walk is 1.8 m/s. He does a longer walk of 1.2 km at the same average speed. Calculate the time for his longer walk. Give your answer to 3 significant figures. answer... s [2] [Total: 5] Turn over

16 16 10 A car manufacturer tests a car to find out its mean fuel consumption. Six different drivers drove the car 700 m in a test drive. The car was identical apart from the differences shown in the table. driver car windows roof box fitted to car? fuel consumption in kilometres per litre CO 2 emissions in grams per kilometre A closed B closed C open D open E closed F closed (a) Calculate the mean fuel consumption for the car from these results. answer... kilometres per litre [1] (b) Look at the fuel consumption data in the table. One of the test drives produced a value well below the mean compared to the others. This is partly due to increased drag. Which driver is this? Choose from A, B, C, D, E or F.... Identify what causes the increased drag and explain how this and other factors, lead to the poor fuel consumption.... [3] [Total: 4]

17 17 11 Cars have many safety features such as crumple zones. crumple zones Crumple zones help to protect the occupants if a car is involved in a crash. Car manufacturers continually try to improve safety features for drivers and passengers. Explain in detail how crumple zones work and describe how manufacturers test crumple zones and use the results to improve future car design. The quality of written communication will be assessed in your answer to this question [6] [Total: 6] Turn over

18 12 Trevor wants to buy a new car. 18 The salesperson at his local garage gives him a brochure with information about some cars. He looks at the information about five cars V, W, X, Y and Z. car engine size / capacity in cm 3 top speed in km per hour time to accelerate from 0 90 km/hr in seconds fuel consumption in kilometres per litre CO 2 emissions in grams per kilometre noise level in decibels V W X Y Z Trevor wants to buy the car that is most economical and does the least harm to the environment. He talks to the salesperson. Car X has the best fuel consumption and is quiet and I like the performance figures for car V. I don t think either car is the best one for you. You re misinterpreting some of the information. I would suggest car... Trevor Salesperson (a) Explain how Trevor has misinterpreted the information and suggest, with reasons, which car he should buy to meet his requirements.... [3]

19 19 (b) (i) Trevor test drives one of the cars. It has a weight of N. He drives with a net driving force of 500 N for a distance of 850 m during part of the drive. This produces the maximum engine power and takes a time of 35 seconds. Calculate the power. Write your answer in kilowatts, rounded to the nearest kilowatt. answer... kw [2] (ii) This represents the highest power of all of the 5 cars. Use the information in the table to explain which car Trevor test drove. Assume the mass of each car increases with engine size.... [1] Turn over for the remainder of question 12

20 20 (c) Trevor s friend John lives in the centre of a city. John is considering buying an electric vehicle to drive on the inner city roads. Look at the two examples of electric vehicles. batteries need recharging Electric powered vehicles could increasingly replace petrol driven cars. Discuss the implications for drivers and pedestrians if this happens.... [2] [Total: 8]

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22 22 13 Molly is investigating falling objects in a science lesson. She drops a piece of thin card from the top of a staircase and measures the time it takes to fall to the floor. She then changes its shape and repeats the test. card floor Look at Molly s results. thin card shape of card that was dropped description mass in grams time to fall in seconds A B C thin card sheet area exposed to air during fall = 1200 cm 2 thin card sheet folded in half area exposed to air during fall = 600 cm 2 card crushed into a ball shape area exposed to air during fall = 150 cm 2

23 23 Put a tick ( ) in the box beside each correct statement. statement all sheets of paper have the same drag force when accelerating the weight of each sheet = the drag force when they fall at terminal speed the time to fall is directly proportional to the exposed area drag on A > drag on B > drag on C when falling at terminal speed the loss of GPE increases the thermal energy of the surrounding air particles [2] [Total: 2] END OF QUESTION PAPER

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