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JABATAN PELAJARAN TERENGGANUBIMBINGAN EMaS TAHUN 2007
PHYSICSModule 1
Panels: Ahmad bin IsmailNoormi bin RamliMohd Zamry bin AbdullahMamat bin SulongZainal bin Yono

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1. Complete Table 1 by filling the appropriate column.Prefix Symbol Valuenano n 10
-
μ
10
-
milli 10
-
deci dkgiga 10
9
TABLE 1
2. 50 pieces of plumbum pebles of mass 0.5 g each with diameter 0.2 mm are dropped from a heightof 28 m. The peblesfall with an acceleration of 10 m s
-2
before hitting a block of thin plumbum of weight 30 N. When the pebles hit the plumbum block, the tempreture increased by 1.2
o
C andproduced 320 J of heat energy.Based on the above description, gather the physical quantities involved according to their characteristis.3. Figure 3.1 shows a milliammeter before it is connected to a circuit.mirror strip
FIGURE 3.1
mA

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(a) (i) Name an error shown by the miliammeter in Figure 3.1.……………………………..………………………………………................…………..(ii) What is the sensitivity of the milliammeter?.......……………….........………………………………………………………................(b) An electric current of 23 mA is passing through the milliammeter.(i) Write 23 mA in standard form.………………..…………………………………………………………………………….(ii) On the Figure 3.2, draw the position of the pointer if the error is not corrected.mirror strip
FIGURE 3.2
(iii) Explain how the mirror strip can increase the accuracy of themeter reading?..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4. Figure 4.1 and Figure 4.2 show a measuring instrument.(a) Name(i) the instrument. ……………………………………………………………………………..(ii) the physical quantity measured by the instrument.….…………………………………………………………………………………………….
mA

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