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A crane raises a concrete bucket 12m into the air. The bucket including the cement weighs 850N. Calculate the work done. Answer to 1d.p
J
Calculate the distance moved when a 650 J of work is done to move a 160 N object. Leave your answer to 1 d.p.
m
Complete the equation for power. Power (W) = work done (J) / ……..
Electrical currents do work against resistance, causing an energy transfer. How is the energy transferred to the surroundings?
What do we call the energy transferred by a force?
A student sets up a parallel circuit with two lamps, two switches and a power source. Each lamp is on a separate route, with a switch placed before it. If one switch is turned off, will the lamp on the other route remain on?
Complete the sentence: As potential difference , the current across a component increases.
Use one of the following words:
decreases
increases
stays the same
Complete the sentence: In the UK the domestic electricity supply has a frequency of Hz and is about V.
Electrons are negatively charged, so they move to which terminal of a battery or cell?
Fill in the gap. In a parallel circuit, the current at a junction.
Use one of the following words:
Doubles
Splits
Magnifies
Drag and drop to match the units to the correct measurement
Volts (V)  
Amps/Amperes (A)  
Coulombs (C)  
Ohms (Ω)  
Why are metals good conductors?
A bar magnet is a permanent magnet – what does that mean?
A wire carrying current experiences a force near a magnetic field. The size of the force is dependent on which three quantities?
Fill in the blank: A current flowing through a wire causes a field.
Use one of the following words:
magnetic
volcanic
electric
solar
If a current travelling along a wire changes direction, does the magnetic field also change direction?
The diagram shows a solenoid. Why is the magnetic field stronger along the centre of the coil than on the outside?
Drag and drop to match the density with the state of matter
Most dense state  
Least dense state  
Drag and drop to match the description and state of matter. Particles are:
Close together and move around each other  
Close together and vibrate around fixed positions  
Far apart and moving quickly in random directions  
When a substance changes from a solid to a liquid, what happens to the mass?
Calculate the density of a gold bar that has a mass of 25kg and a volume of 0.0013m³. Answer to 1 decimal place.
kg/m³
Using the equation ρ = m/V, calculate the density of a gold bar that has a mass of 25kg and a volume of 0.0013m³. Answer to 1 decimal place and give your answer in kg/m³.
What is the force acting on a conductor carrying current at right angles to a magnetic field when: magnetic flux density = 0.005 T , current = 3 A and length of wire = 150m?
Which of the following energy resources have high energy density?
Match the change of state with the transition using the words below.
Freezing, sublimation, evaporation or boiling, condensation, melting, deposition
Conventional current goes from:
Drag and drop to show how voltmeters and ammeters are connected.
Connected in parallel  
Connected in series  
A 230 V electricity supply gives a current of 2.6 A to a water heater for 25 minutes, calculate the energy transferred. (Add the units to your answer)
J
A mobile phone is charged from a portable power bank. The power bank provided 2400 C of charge flow for 40 minutes. Calculate the current provided by the power bank while the phone was charging.
A
A wire provides 17,000 W of power and has 0.32 Ohms of resistance. Calculate the current in the wire.
A
Calculate the current when a power supply provides 1620 Watts at 12 V.
A
A coil of wire with current flowing through it is an electromagnet. What else do we call a coil of wire?
The force on a conductor carrying current at right angles to a magnetic field is expressed by which of the following equations?
This diagram shows the direction of a magnetic field caused by a current flowing through a conductor. Where is the magnetic field strongest?
This image shows Flemming’s Left Hand Rule. Which of the following answers are the correct interpretations of the rule?
Which of the following are ways that a magnetic field of an electromagnet can be made stronger?
With electromagnetism the direction of the current depends on which of the following?
An electric motor does 70,000 J of work in 200 s. Calculate the Power of this action. Answer to 1 d.p
W
Drag and drop to match the purpose with the correct wire
Connects the appliance to the power supply  
Provides an alternative (low resistance) path for the current in the case of a fault  
Provides a return path to the power supply from the appliance  
Match the voltage with the correct wire
Paper 6 covers the remaining material in physics not covered in paper one, there is little overlap between papers unlike in the chemistry and biology papers. Energy, work and forces are at the core of this paper where students are expected to apply the principles of work to other topics. The goal of this paper is to help students to understand the role of energy in the environment and also prepare students for further study.
CC7 starts with energy and work with CP8 moving on to forces and their effects. Vector diagrams will be used and students will be expected to explain how objects can affect each other. CP9 covers electricity and circuits, touching on a large amount of information such as current, voltage, charge and resistance. Moreover, CP9 assesses students’ knowledge of the way in which energy is transferred and how this relates to power and importantly, electrical safety. CP10 tests for magnetism and the motor effect, meaning how magnets and magnetic fields work as well as electromagnetism. CP11 checks on familiarity with transformers and energy and relates them to previous topics. CP12 covers the particle model and how particles relate to density, how gasses and their temperature are affected by pressure and various energy calculations. Finally, CP13 considers forces and matter, bending and stretching of materials and energy transfers.
If you feel like you’re not quite ready to tackle this test, then you should check out the last one – Edexcel Combined Science Paper 5: Physics 1.
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