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EDEXCEL MECHANICS M2 (6678) – JUNE 2004 MARK SCHEME

Question
Scheme Marks
Number

36 000
1. (a) F= ( = 1800 ) B1
20

3600
N2L − 750 = 1500a ft their F M1 A1ft
20
a = 0.7 (m s )
−2
A1 4

1
(b) F ↗ F = 750 + 1500 g × ( = 2220 ) M1 A1
10
750
α 1800g P = 2220 × 20 = 44 400
Accept also 44 000, 44 kW, 44.4 kW A1 3 7

2. (a) I = mv − mu
−4i + 4 j = 0.2 v − 0.2 × 30i M1 A1
v = 10i + 20 j (m s −1 ) A1 3
20
(b) tan θ = M1
10
θ = 63.4° accept awrt 63° or 1.1c A1 2

× 0.2 × (10 2 + 202 )


1
(c) Final K.E. = ( = 50 ) ft their v M1 A1ft
2

× 0.2 × 30 2 − × 0.2 × (102 + 20 2 )


1 1
K.E. lost = M1
2 2
= 40 (J) cao A1 4 9

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EDEXCEL MECHANICS M2 (6678) – JUNE 2004 MARK SCHEME

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3. (a) Rectangle Triangle Decoration

Mass Ratio 6 12 18 Ratio 1:2:3 B1


1
CM from BG ( − )1 2 x B1
2

1
18 × x = −6 × 1 + 12 × 2 M1 A1
2
5
x= accept exact equivalents A1 5
6

(b)

G
x
θ

Q
Identification and use of correct triangle M1

1
tan θ = ft their x M1 A1ft
3+ x

θ = 14.6° cao A1 4 9

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EDEXCEL MECHANICS M2 (6678) – JUNE 2004 MARK SCHEME

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4. (a) p = ( 2t 2 − 7t ) i − 5tj, + 3i + 5 j M1, M1


= ( 2t 2 − 7t + 3) i + ( 5 − 5t ) j A1+A1 4

(b) q = ( 2i − 3j) t − 7i M1 A1

j: 5 − 5t = −3t Þ t = 2.5 equating and solving M1 A1

At t = 2.5 i : px = 2 × 2.52 − 7 × 2.5 + 3 = −2


qx = 2 × 2.5 − 7 = −2 both M1

px = qx Þ collision cso A1 6 10

Alternative in (b)

i : 2t 2 − 7t + 3 = 2t − 7 Þ 2t 2 − 9t + 10 = 0
t = 2, 2.5 equating and solving M1 A1

At t = 2.5 j : p y = 5 − 5 × 2.5 = −7.5


q y = −3 × 2.5 = −7.5 both M1

py = qy Þ collision cso A1

In alternative, ignore any working associated with t = 2

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EDEXCEL MECHANICS M2 (6678) – JUNE 2004 MARK SCHEME

Question
Scheme Marks
Number
5u
5.
2m 3m

x y

(a) LM 10mu = 2mx + 3my M1 A1


NEL y − x = 5eu B1

Solving to y = 2 (1 + e ) u * cso M1 A1 5

(b) x = 2u − 3eu finding x, with or without e = 0.4 M1


x = 0.8u A1

x > 0 Þ P moves towards wall and Q rebounds from wall


Þ second collision ft any positive x A1 ft 3

(c) x = −0.4u B1

Speed of Q on rebound is 3.6fu

For second collision 3.6 fu > 0.4u M1


1
f > ignore f „ 1 A1 3 11
9

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EDEXCEL MECHANICS M2 (6678) – JUNE 2004 MARK SCHEME

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Scheme Marks
Number

6.
B
N
10 mg
a

mg
a
R

A α P

(a) Μ(A) N × 2a sin α = mg × a cos α + 10mg × 2a cos α M1 A2(1, 0)


2 N tan α = 21mg
N = 7 mg * cso M1 A1 5
(b) ↑ R = 11mg B1
Fr = 0.6 × 11mg = 6.6mg B1
For min P Fr → Pmin = 7mg − 6.6mg = 0.4mg M1 A1

For max P Fr ← Pmax = 7mg + 6.6mg = 13.6mg M1 A1


0.4mg „ P „ 13.6mg cso A1 7 12

Note: In (a), if moments are taken about a point other than A, a


complete set of equations for finding N is needed for the first
M1. If this M1 is gained, the A2(1, 0) is awarded for the
moments equation as it first appears.

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EDEXCEL MECHANICS M2 (6678) – JUNE 2004 MARK SCHEME

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Scheme Marks
Number

1
7. (a) Work-Energy R × 60 = 80 × 9.8 × 24.4 − × 80 × 202 M1 A2(1, 0)
2
( = 19129.6 − 16 000 = 3129.6 )
R = 52 (N) accept 52.2 M1 A1 5

1
(b) −8.1 = 20sin α × t − gt 2 M1 A2(1, 0)
2
4.9t − 12t − 8.1 = 0
2
M1
t = 3 (s) A1 5

(c) 20 cos α × 3 = 16 × 3 = 48 (m) ft their t M1 A1ft 2

1 2 1
(d) Energy mv − m × 202 = m × 9.8 × 8.1 M1 A2(1, 0)
2 2

v = √ ( 558.56 ) ≈ 24 (ms ) −1
accept 23.6 M1 A1 5 17

Alternative to (d)

↑ v y = 12 − 3 g = −17.4 M1 A1
→ vx = 16 A1

v = √ (17.42 + 162 ) ≈ 24 (m s )−1


accept 23.6 M1 A1 5