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1 Centre Number ADVANCED SUBSIDIARY (AS) General Certificate of Education 2015 Candidate Number Physics Assessment Unit AS 1 assessing Module 1: Forces, Energy and Electricity MV18 [AY111] THURSDAY 11 JUNE, MORNING TIME 1 hour 30 minutes, plus your additional time allowance. INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES Write your Centre Number and Candidate Number in the spaces provided at the top of this page. Answer all ten questions. Write your answers in the spaces provided in this question paper. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES The total mark for this paper is 75. Quality of written communication will be assessed in Question 3. Figures in brackets printed at the end of each question indicate the marks awarded to each part of the question. Your attention is drawn to the Data and Formulae Sheet which is inside this question paper. You may use an electronic calculator.

2 1 (a) State the Principle of Conservation of Energy. [1 mark] (b) Define Power. [1 mark] (c) A tidal barrage uses the ebb and flow of the tides to produce electrical energy. The moving water drives a turbine and ultimately electrical energy is generated. See Fig. 1.1 below. sea level falling tidal barrage water fl ow turbine sea level rising Fig [Turn over

3 The water falls through a vertical height of 6.0 metres as the tide changes. Calculate the minimum mass of water moving through the turbine every second if the electrical power output from the barrage is 30 MW. Assume no energy losses. [3 marks] Give your answer to 2 significant figures. Mass of water/second = kg s 1 3 [Turn over

4 2 A new sports car is to be tested on a long, straight, horizontal test track. (a) The test driver starts the vehicle from rest and accelerates uniformly to a maximum velocity of 200 km h 1 in 12.0 seconds. The car continues at this velocity for 20 seconds before the brakes are applied causing constant, rapid deceleration. The car comes to rest in a further 8 seconds. (i) Show that 200 km h 1 is equivalent to 55.6 m s 1 [1 mark] (ii) On Fig. 2.1 sketch a velocity time graph to represent the motion of the car on the track. Include relevant numerical data on both axes. [2 marks] v/m s 1 Fig. 2.1 t/s 4 [Turn over

5 (iii)use your graph on page 4 to find the total distance the car has travelled during this test run. [2 marks] Distance travelled = m 5 [Turn over

6 (b) (i) State Newton s Second Law of Motion. [2 marks] The mass of the sports car and driver is 1480 kg. It is now driven along an upward sloping test track inclined at 12 to the horizontal. The driving force F D from the engine is 8.0 kn and the car accelerates up the slope. The frictional force opposing the motion of the car is 200 N as shown in Fig a F D = 8.0 kn 200 N 12 Fig [Turn over

7 (ii) Calculate the acceleration of the car up the slope. [2 marks] Acceleration = m s 2 (iii) A second, heavier, car is now tested alongside the sports car. Both cars start from rest at the start of the track and are travelling in the same direction up the slope. The acceleration of the second heavier car is 60 % that of the sports car. How long after the start of the test is the separation of the cars 180 m? [3 marks] Time after start of test = s 7 [Turn over

8 Where possible in this question you should answer in continuous prose. You will be assessed on the quality of your written communication. 3 On the 14th October 2012, sky-diver Felix Baumgartner stepped out from a space capsule approximately 39,000 m above the New Mexico desert in a successful attempt to break the record for the highest and longest free fall. It took him 10 minutes to fall to earth and he was in free fall for just under 5 minutes. Describe an experiment to determine the acceleration of free fall, g, in a school laboratory. Your account should include: (a) A labelled diagram of the equipment used. (b) The data required and how that data is obtained. (c) An explanation of how the data could be used to obtain a value for g. (d) How you would improve the reliability of your result. 8 [Turn over

9 (a) Diagram [1 mark] (b) Data required and how that data is obtained. [2 marks] 9 [Turn over

10 (c) How that data is used to obtain g. [2 marks] (d) How would you improve the reliability of your result? [1 mark] Quality of written communication [2 marks] 10 [Turn over

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12 4 The men s long jump at the London 2012 Olympic Games was won by the Great Britain and Northern Ireland athlete Greg Rutherford with a jump of 8.31 m. (a) Name the type of path that a long jumper will take when airborne. [1 mark] (b) State the horizontal and vertical velocity components of his initial velocity v if his launch angle was 37. [1 mark] v 37 Fig. 4.1 Horizontal component Vertical component 12 [Turn over

13 (c) (i) Calculate the time for which he was in the air if the magnitude of his take-off velocity v was 9.21 m s 1 and his launch angle was still 37. [2 marks] Time of flight = s 13 [Turn over

14 (ii) Calculate the magnitude and direction of his resultant velocity 0.50 seconds after take-off. [4 marks] Magnitude of velocity = m s 1 Direction relative to horizontal: 14 [Turn over

15 5 (a) A student states the principle of moments as: When an object moves, the sum of the clockwise moments equals the sum of the anticlockwise moments. Identify two errors or omissions in the student s statement. [2 marks] [Turn over

16 (b) The student attends a gym. He holds a 1.5 kg dumb-bell in his hand and keeps his arm horizontal before lifting the mass upwards. The forearm pivots about the elbow joint and has a weight of 25 N, which acts 19.0 cm from this joint. The force in his bicep F B acts vertically upwards at a distance of 6.8 cm from the elbow joint. The centre of gravity of the dumb-bell is 37.0 cm from the elbow joint. The vertical force at the elbow joint is labelled F E. The situation is shown in Fig. 5.1 below. (Not to scale). F B dumb-bell 1.5 kg elbow joint E 37.0 cm 6.8 cm 19.0 cm 25 N F E W Fig [Turn over

17 (i) Use the principle of moments to calculate the magnitude of the force in the bicep F B. [3 marks] Force in bicep F B = N (ii) 1. State an expression for the vertical force at the elbow joint F E in terms of the other forces acting when the arm is held horizontal with the dumb-bell in the hand. [1 mark] 2. Determine the magnitude of the vertical force acting at the elbow joint F E. [1 mark] Force at elbow joint F E = N 17 [Turn over

18 6 (a) (i) Define the Young modulus of a material. [1 mark] (ii) The S.I. unit for the Young modulus is the pascal. Express the pascal in S.I. base units. [1 mark] S.I. base units for the Young modulus = (b) The seat of a garden swing is uniform and has a mass of 1 kg. It is 0.4 m long, made from a light but rigid material and suspended horizontally by two wires as shown in Fig. 6.1 opposite. One wire is made of nickel and has a diameter 1.90 mm. The other wire is made of copper; each wire is 5.0 m long. When a boy of mass 40 kg sits on the middle of the seat it remains horizontal. Young modulus for nickel = Pa Young modulus for copper = Pa 18 [Turn over

19 5.0 m nickel copper 40 kg seat 1 kg 0.4m Fig. 6.1 (i) State the tension in each wire. [1 mark] Tension = N 19 [Turn over

20 (ii) The stress in the nickel wire is Pa. Calculate the strain in this wire. [2 marks] Strain = (iii)calculate the extension of the nickel wire. [1 mark] Extension = mm (iv)calculate the diameter of the copper wire. [4 marks] Diameter of copper wire = mm 20 [Turn over

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22 7 (a) Define the resistivity of a material. [1 mark] (b) The resistivity of tungsten is of the order of 10 8 Ω m and that of polystyrene is Ω m. Explain the large difference in the resistivity of tungsten and polystyrene in terms of charge carriers. [2 marks] 22 [Turn over

23 (c) (i) Sketch a graph on Fig. 7.1 to show the variation in resistivity with temperature of tungsten. It becomes superconducting at 5 K. [2 marks] /Ω m T/K Fig. 7.1 (ii) What is the name of the temperature at which a material becomes a superconductor? [1 mark] (iii) The highest temperature that has been found for certain ceramic alloys to exhibit superconductivity is approximately 135 C or 138 K. Explain why the search for materials that exhibit superconductivity at room temperature (20 C or 293 K) would be a major technological breakthrough. [1 mark] 23 [Turn over

24 8 Electromotive force, terminal potential difference and internal resistance are terms used when discussing a battery. (a) Define electromotive force. [1 mark] (b) A student sets up the circuit shown in Fig. 8.1 to experimentally find the electromotive force E and internal resistance, r, of a battery. The student records the current I from the ammeter and the terminal potential difference V from the high resistance voltmeter. E r V A R Fig [Turn over

25 Table 8.1 (i) For the circuit shown in Fig. 8.1 on page 24, complete Table 8.1 by placing a tick in the correct box to show how the magnitude of the e.m.f. compares to the terminal potential difference (tpd) when the switch is open and closed. [1 mark] Switch open Switch closed e.m.f. > tpd e.m.f. = tpd e.m.f. < tpd 25 [Turn over

26 The student varies R and obtains a set of voltmeter and ammeter readings. Fig. 8.2 opposite is a graph of these results. (ii) Use your graph to determine the electromotive force of the battery. [1 mark] Electromotive force = V (iii)determine the value of the internal resistance of the battery. [2 marks] Internal resistance = Ω 26 [Turn over

27 current/a voltage/v Fig [Turn over

28 9 Fig. 9.1 shows a number of resistors connected in series and parallel to a 15 V battery of negligible internal resistance. 15 V R 6 Fig. 9.1 (a) The overall resistance of the circuit is Calculate the value of the resistor labelled R in the circuit. [4 marks] R = 28 [Turn over

29 (b) Calculate the current flowing through the 2 resistor and hence the power dissipated in it. [3 marks] Current = Power = A W 29 [Turn over

30 10 A 15 V battery is connected to a circuit that provides a voltage V out that depends on the brightness of a room. The brightness of the room is sensed by a light-dependent resistor (LDR). This LDR is connected to a 300 fixed resistor to form a potential divider as shown in Fig The resistance of the LDR varies from a minimum of 10 in bright conditions to a maximum of 250 in dark conditions. 15 V 300 LDR V out Fig (a) Calculate the output voltage V out when the room is brightly lit. [2 marks] V out in bright conditions = 30 [Turn over V

31 (b) The circuit is altered so that an external load containing a small motor is connected across the LDR. This causes a window blind to be closed automatically when the room becomes dark. The voltage across the motor must be 6 V for the motor to close the blind. The altered circuit is shown in Fig V 300 LDR 6 V M Fig Calculate the resistance of the external load circuit containing the motor. [4 marks] Resistance of motor R m = 31 [Turn over

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