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Could You Pass Physics A-Level Now?

If physics A-level had 13 questions and was entirely multiple choice, that is. Questions are from AQA past papers, and are seriously hard.

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  1. 1.

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    Scalar
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    Vector
  2. 2.

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    Scalar
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    Vector
  3. 3. Here are four isotopes of radium. Which has the most neutrons in its nucleus?

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  4. 4. Looking at the same isotopes, which has the largest specific charge?

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  5. 5.

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    Increase
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    Stay the same
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    Decrease
  6. 6.

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    Increase
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    Stay the same
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    Decrease
  7. 7.

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    Increase
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    Stay the same
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    Decrease
  8. 8.

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    Work
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    Energy
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    Acceleration
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    Weight
  9. 9.

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    2R
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    4R
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    8R
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    12R
  10. 10.

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  11. 11.

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    To force more current into the outer sheath
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    To provide additional current paths through the cables
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    To reduce the power lost from the cables
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    To increase the mechanical strength of the cables
  12. 12.

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    A uniform magnetic field.
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    A uniform electric field.
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    Uniform electric and magnetic fields which are perpendicular
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    Uniform electric and magnetic fields which are in opposite directions.
  13. 13.

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    It is analogous to the electric potential at a point in an electric field.
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    It is equal to the gravitational potential energy of a mass of 1 kg.
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    It is a vector quantity.
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    The difference in gravitational potential between two points at different heights above the Earth depends on the position of the points.
 
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