The temperature of water in both beakers
is50°C. What is the new temperature when water from beakers
is poured into beaker
Why do the ice cubes left in the open will melt after some times?
The ice cubes gain heat.
The ice cubes lose heat.
The temperature of the ice cubes decreases.
The temperature of the ice cubes is constant.
Table 4 shows the temperature recorded from aninvestigation carried out by a group of pupils tomeasure the temperature of water.
Which of the following statements is correct?
The water becomes hot after 15 minutes.
The water starts to boil again after 15 minutes.
The temperature of water decreases with theincrease of time.
The temperature of water remains the same once itstarts boiling.
Diagram 11 shows electric cables hanging looselyfrom the poles.
The condition of the electric cables as shown is during
Diagram 12 shows the gaps between railway tracks.
What are the purposes of the gaps?ITo allow the tracks to expand during hot weather.IITo reduce the temperature of the tracks during hotweather.IIITo reduce the friction between the tracks and thewheels.IVTo prevent the track from buckling during expansion.
I and II
II and III
I and IV
III and IV
The dented ping pong ball become round again. Thisis because
the air expand when heated.
the air contract when cooled.
the ping pong ball expand when heated.
the ping pong ball contract when heated.
Answer all the questions.
Write your answers in the spaces provided.
Diagram 1 shows an investigation carried out by a pupil to study the movement of light.Table 1 shows the observations of the investigation.
The light of candle can be seen
The light of candle cannot be seen
(a)What is the condition that enables the pupil ininvestigation
to see the candle flame? _______________________________________ [1
](b)Based on the investigation, identify(i)what is changed (manipulated variable): ___________________________________ (ii)what is observed (responding variable): ____________________________________ [2
](c)Predict what will happen if one of the cardboardin experiment
is replaced with a cardboardwithout a hole. _______________________________________ [1
](d)Based on the observation, what can beconcluded about the movement of light? _______________________________________ [1
Diagram 2 shows an investigation carried out by a pupil to test the ability of light to pass throughvarious objects. The apparatus set-up is shown inDiagram 2. The experiment is repeated by replacingobject
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