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AQA_A Level Physics Paper 1_Question paper 2022 | Practice Paper 1 1 (a) (i) Name two baryons. _________________________________________________________ (2) (ii) State the quark structure of the ... pion +. _________________________________________________________ (1) (b) (i) The K+ kaon is a strange particle. Give one characteristic of a strange particle that makes it different from a particle that is not strange. _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ (1) (ii) One of the following equations represent a possible decay of the K+ kaon. K+ → π+ + π0 K+→ μ+ + State, with a reason, which one of these decays is not possible. _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ (2) (c) Another strange particle, X, decays in the following way: X → π– + p (i) State what interaction is involved in this decay. _________________________________________________________ (1) A-LEVEL PHYSICS Name: Practice Paper 1 Maximum marks: 85 Time Allowed: 2 hours These questions are from past papers covering topics and skills based on the advance information to help you prepare for the exams this summer. Answer all questions in the spaces provided. You will need a Data and Formulae Booklet This document is licensed to Haggerston School - MB260045Page 2 (ii) Deduce whether X is a meson, baryon or lepton, explaining how you arrive at your answer. _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ (2) 2 Figure 1 shows a sprinter before a race. She is shown stationary in the ‘set’ position. Force F is the resultant force on the sprinter’s finger tips. The reaction force, Y, on her forward foot is 180 N and her weight, W, is 520 N. X is the vertical reaction force on her back foot - - [Show More]

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