1)B 2)B 3)A 4)D 5)D 6)A 7)D 8)C 9)C 10)D
11)lambda=ln2/8.02*24*3600=1*10^-6s^-1, N=1860*10^6/1*10^-6=1.86*10^15 atoms
12)a)N=1.35*10^5*2*10^-3/1.38*10^-23*295=6.63*10^22 molecules
12)b)U proportional to T therefore 2*T=2*(273+12)=570
13)a)P=VI=230*6.75=1550W
13)b)i)T[f]=(1550/0.048*1.01*10^3)+18=50.0+273=323k
13)b)ii)As there are heat losses to the surroundings
14)a)1/11=0.091, 1/4.4=0.227 a graph is drawn with a 1:5 scale and takes 2/3 of the space of the graph it has axis labels and a line graph drawn with a line of best fit.
14)b)As mass of gas and pressure are directly proportional the pressure is inversely proportional to volume occupied by gas therefore the graph supports boyle's law
15)a)Acceleration is directly proportional to displacement from the equilibrium position and acts towards the equilibrium position
15)b)i)A=9m and T=12*3600=43200s
15)b)ii)w=2pi/12.5=0.503hr^-1, v=Aw=3.7*0.503=1.86mhr^-1
15)b)iii)A sin graph drawn with same period and leading by 2pi/4 increase in phase
16)High density and high pressure is required for frequent collisions to take place and high energy is required for powerful collisions to take place and transfer the energy to mass as shown by the equation /\E=mc^2 and also overcome the electrostatic repulsion of the particles. A strong magnetic field so plasma does not stick to the walls of the reactor
17)a)As alpha radiation has high ionization and low penetration power and it only able to travel a few cms in air
17)b)Before finding the count rate the student should substract the backgroud count for each count and then find the count rate. The student should average all the counts found by her.
18a)number of peaks in 15 seconds 11/15=0.733Hz