1 GCSE PHYSICS Foundation Tier Paper 1F F Specimen 2018 Time allowed: 1 hour 45 minutes Materials For this paper you must have: a ruler a calculator the Physics Equation Sheet (enclosed). Instructions Answer all questions in the spaces provided. Do all rough work in this book. Cross through any work you do not want to be marked. Information There are 100 marks available on this paper. The marks for questions are shown in brackets. You are expected to use a calculator where appropriate. You are reminded of the need for good English and clear presentation in your answers. When answering questions 05.2, 06.1 and 10 you need to make sure that your answer: is clear, logical, sensibly structured fully meets the requirements of the question shows that each separate point or step supports the overall answer. Advice In all calculations, show clearly how you work out your answer. Please write clearly, in block capitals, to allow character computer recognition. Centre number Candidate number Surname Forename(s) Candidate signature
2 2 0 1 Energy resources can be renewable or non-renewable Coal is a non-renewable energy resource. Name two other non-renewable energy resources. 1 2 Wind turbines are used to generate electricity. Figure 1 shows how the power output of a wind turbine changes over one day. Figure 1
3 A wind turbine does not generate electricity constantly. For how many hours did the wind turbine generate no electricity? Time = hours Electrical power is transferred from power stations to the National Grid. What is the National Grid? Tick one box. a system of cables and pylons a system of cables and transformers a system of cables, transformers and power stations An island has a large number of wind turbines and a coal-fired power station. The island needs to use the electricity generated by the coal-fired power station at certain times. Choose one reason why. Tick one box. Wind is a renewable energy resource. Wind turbine power output is constant. The power output of wind turbines is unpredictable. The fuel cost for wind turbines is very high.
4 A wind turbine has an average power output of 0.60 MW. A coal-fired power station has a continuous power output of 1500 MW. Calculate how many wind turbines would be needed to generate the same power output as one coal-fired power station. Number of wind turbines = It is important that scientists develop new energy resources. Choose one reason why. Tick one box. All energy resources are running out. All energy resources are used to generate electricity. Most energy resources have negative environmental effects. Turn over for the next question
5 5 0 2 Figure 2 shows a student before and after a bungee jump. The bungee cord has an unstretched length of 20 m. Figure For safety reasons, it is important that the bungee cord used is appropriate for the student s weight. Give two reasons why. 1 2 Turn over
6 The student jumps off the bridge. Complete the sentences to describe the energy transfers. Use answers from the box. [3 marks] elastic potential gravitational potential kinetic sound thermal Before the student jumps from the bridge he has a store of energy. When he is falling, the student s store of energy increases. When the bungee cord is stretched, the cord stores energy as energy At the lowest point in the jump when the student is stationary, the extension of the bungee cord is 35 metres. The bungee cord behaves like a spring with a spring constant of 40 N/m. Calculate the energy stored in the stretched bungee cord. Use the correct equation from the Physics Equations Sheet. Energy = J
7 7 0 3 An electrical circuit is shown in Figure 3. Figure The current in the circuit is direct current. What is meant by direct current? Tick one box. Current that continuously changes direction. Current that travels directly to the component. Current that is always in the same direction The equation which links current, potential difference and resistance is: potential difference = current x resistance Calculate the potential difference across the battery in the circuit in Figure 3. [3 marks] Potential difference = V The equation which links current, potential difference and power is: power = current x potential difference Calculate the power output of the battery in Figure 3. Give your answer to one significant figure. Power = W Turn over
8 8 0 4 Two students investigated the change of state of stearic acid from liquid to solid. They measured how the temperature of stearic acid changed over 5 minutes as it changed from liquid to solid. Figure 4 shows the different apparatus the two students used. Figure 4 Student A s apparatus Student B s apparatus Choose two advantages of using student A s apparatus. Tick two boxes. Student A s apparatus made sure the test was fair. Student B s apparatus only measured categoric variables. Student A s measurements had a higher resolution. Student B was more likely to misread the temperature.
9 Student B removed the thermometer from the liquid each time he took a temperature reading. What type of error would this cause? Tick one box. A systematic error A random error A zero error Question 4 continues on the next page Turn over
10 10 Student A s results are shown in Figure 5. Figure What was the decrease in temperature between 0 and 160 seconds? Tick one box. 8.2 C 8.4 C 53.2 C 55.6 C
11 Use Figure 5 to determine the time taken for the stearic acid to change from a liquid to a solid. Time = seconds Calculate the energy transferred to the surroundings as 0.40 kg of stearic acid changed state from liquid to solid. The specific latent heat of fusion of stearic acid is J/kg. Use the correct equation from the Physics Equations Sheet. Energy = J After 1200 seconds the temperature of the stearic acid continued to decrease. Explain why. Turn over for the next question
12 A student wants to investigate how the current through a filament lamp affects its resistance Use the circuit symbols in the boxes to draw a circuit diagram that she could use. 12 V battery variable resistor filament lamp voltmeter ammeter Describe how the student could use her circuit to investigate how the current through a filament lamp affects its resistance. [4 marks]
13 13 The student s results are shown in Figure 6. Figure Describe how the resistance of the filament lamp changes as the current through it increases Use Figure 6 to estimate the resistance of the filament lamp when a current of 0.10 A passes through the lamp. Resistance = Ω
14 14 The current potential difference graphs of three components are shown in Figure Use answers from the box to identify each component. [3 marks] diode filament lamp light dependent resistor resistor at constant temperature thermistor Figure 7 Graph A Graph B Graph C
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16 A student rubs an acetate rod with a cloth. Figure 8 shows the charges on the acetate rod and cloth before and after rubbing. Figure Explain how rubbing an acetate rod with a cloth causes the rod and cloth to become charged. [4 marks]
17 After charging them, the student moves the acetate rod and the cloth closer together. Which statement is correct? Tick one box. There is no force between the acetate rod and the cloth. There is a force of attraction between the acetate rod and the cloth. There is a force of repulsion between the acetate rod and the cloth. Give a reason for your answer. Question 6 continues on the next page Turn over
18 18 Figure 9 shows a Van de Graaff generator, which is used to generate static electricity. Figure 9 Metal dome Earthed sphere Insulator The longer the Van de Graaff generator is switched on, the more charge is stored on the metal dome. Use an answer from the box to complete the sentence. decrease increase stay the same The amount of charge on the metal dome is increased, which causes the potential difference between the metal dome and the earthed sphere to.
19 When the potential difference between the Van de Graaff generator and the earthed sphere is 60 kv, a spark jumps between the metal dome and the earthed sphere. The spark transfers coulombs of charge to the earthed sphere. The equation which links charge, energy and potential difference is: energy transferred charge potential difference Calculate the energy transferred by the spark. Energy transferred = J Turn over for the next question Turn over
20 Alpha, beta and gamma are types of nuclear radiation Draw one line from each type of radiation to what the radiation consists of. [3 marks] Type of radiation What radiation consists of Electron from the nucleus Alpha Two protons and two neutrons Beta Electromagnetic radiation Gamma Neutron from the nucleus A teacher demonstrates the penetration of alpha, beta and gamma radiation through different materials. The demonstration is shown in Figure 10. Figure Complete Figure 10 by writing the name of the correct radiation in each box.
21 Give two safety precautions the teacher should have taken in the demonstration. 1 2 Table 1 shows how the count rate from a radioactive source changes with time. Table 1 Time in seconds Count rate in counts / second Use Table 1 to calculate the count rate after 200 seconds The half-life of the radioactive source used was very short. Give one reason why this radioactive source would be much less hazardous after 800 seconds.
22 An electrician is replacing an old electric shower with a new one. The inside of the old shower is shown in Figure 11. Figure The electrician should not change the shower unless he switches off the mains electricity supply. Explain why.
23 The new shower has a power output of W when it is connected to the 230 V mains electricity supply. The equation which links current, potential difference and power is: current= power potential difference Calculate the current passing through the new shower. Give your answer to two significant figures. [4 marks] Current = A The new shower has a higher power rating than the old shower. How does the power of the new shower affect the cost of using the shower? Give a reason for your answer. Turn over
24 Figure 12 shows a balloon filled with helium gas. Figure Describe the movement of the particles of helium gas inside the balloon What name is given to the total kinetic energy and potential energy of all the particles of helium gas in the balloon? Tick one box. External energy Internal energy Movement energy
25 Write down the equation which links density, mass and volume The helium in the balloon has a mass of kg. The balloon has a volume of m 3. Calculate the density of helium. Choose the correct unit from the box. [3 marks] m 3 / kg kg / m 3 kg m 3 Density = Unit Turn over for the next question
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27 Scientists sometimes replace one scientific model with a different model. For example, in the early 20th Century the plum pudding model of the atom was replaced by the nuclear model of the atom. Explain what led to the plum pudding model of the atom being replaced by the nuclear model of the atom. [6 marks] Turn over for the next question
28 The National Grid ensures that the supply of electricity always meets the demand of the consumers. Figure 13 shows how the output from fossil fuel power stations in the UK varied over a 24-hour period. Figure Suggest one reason for the shape of the graph between and on Monday Gas fired power stations reduce their output when demand for electricity is low. Suggest one time on Figure 13 when the demand for electricity was low.
29 The National Grid ensures that fossil fuel power stations in the UK only produce about 33% of the total electricity they could produce when operating at a maximum output. Suggest two reasons why. 1 2 Turn over for the next question
30 A student investigated how much energy from the Sun was incident on the Earth s surface at her location. She put an insulated pan of water in direct sunlight and measured the time it took for the temperature of the water to increase by 0.6 C. The apparatus she used is shown in Figure 14. Figure Choose the most appropriate resolution for the thermometer used by the student. Tick one box. 0.1 ⁰C 0.5 ⁰C 1.0 ⁰C
31 31 The energy transferred to the water was 1050 J. The time taken for the water temperature to increase by 0.6 C was 5 minutes. The specific heat capacity of water is 4200 J/kg C Write down the equation which links energy transferred, power and time Calculate the mean power supplied by the Sun to the water in the pan. Average power = W Calculate the mass of water the student used in her investigation. Use the correct equation from the Physics Equation Sheet. [3 marks] Mass = kg The student s results can only be used as an estimate of the mean power at her location. Give one reason why. Turn over
32 A student investigated the efficiency of a motor using the equipment in Figure 15. Figure 15 He used the motor to lift a weight of 2.5 N a height of 2.0 m. He measured the speed at which the weight was lifted and calculated the efficiency of the energy transfer. He repeated the experiment to gain two sets of data Give one variable that the student controlled in his investigation Give two reasons for taking repeat readings in an investigation. 1 2
33 33 Figure 16 shows a graph of the student s results. Figure Give two conclusions that could be made from the data in Figure Give the main way that the motor is likely to waste energy When the total power input to the motor was 5 W the motor could not lift the 2.5 N weight. State the efficiency of the motor. END OF QUESTIONS Efficiency = % Turn over
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