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Bahan Fizik SPM Paper 3B 2010

# Bahan Fizik SPM Paper 3B 2010

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MASTERY

PHYSICS

SPM

2009

Paper

3

EXPERIMENT

Name:

……………………………………………………

Class:………………………………………………………

CHAPTER

2

:

FORCES

AND

MOTION

Arrangment

of

the

apparatus

Aim

of

experiment

Variables

Procedure

of

the

experiment

(1)

Effect

of

force

(F=ma)

To

investigate

the

relationship

between

mass

and

acceleration

m,

a

force

constant

Manipulated:

mass//number

of

trolley

Responding
:

acceleration

of

trolley

Constant:

Force

applied

by

an

elastic

cord,

1.

Switch

on

power

supply

and

a

ticker

timer.

2.

The

trolley

is

pulled

down

the

inclined

runway

with

an

elastic

cord

attached

to

the

hind

post

of

the

trolley.

3.

The

elastic

cord

is

stretched

until

the

other

end

is

with

the

front

end

of

the

trolley.

The

length

is

maintained

as

the

trolley

runs

down

the

runway.

4.

The

ticker

tape

obtained

is

cut

into

strips

of

10
ticks

and

the

acceleration,

produced

by

the

one

unit

of

force

is

calculated

by

using

the

formula,

a=v
u/t

5.

The

experiment

is

repeated

with

2,3,4

and

5

trolley

(with

a

second

trolley

stack

up

on

the

first

trolley)

Paper

1

: 50

marks

40

Paper

2/A

: 60

marks

45

Paper

2/B,C

: 40

marks

30

Paper

3/A

: 28

marks

28

Paper

3/B

: 12

marks

10

190

marks

153

A

80%

θ

(2)

Effect

of

force

(F=ma)

To

investigate

the

relationship

between

force

and

acceleration

F,

a

mass

constant

Manipulated:

Force

applied

by

an

elastic

cord,

Responding
:

acceleration

of

trolley,
a

Constant:

mass//number

of

trolley

1.

Switch

on

power

supply

and

a

ticker

timer.

2.

The

trolley

is

pulled

down

the

inclined

runway

with

an

elastic

cord

attached

to

the

hind

post

of

the

trolley.

3.

The

elastic

cord

is

stretched

until

the

other

end

is

with

the

front

end

of

the

trolley.

The

length

is

maintained

as

the

trolley

runs

down

the

runway.

4.

The

ticker

tape

obtained

is

cut

into

strips

of

10
ticks

and

the

acceleration,

produced

by

the

one

unit

of

force

is

calculated

by

using

the

formula,

a=v
u/t

5.

The

experiment

is

repeated

with

2,3,4

and

5

identical

elastic

cord.

(3)

Velocity

and

height

of

a

trolley

To

investigate

the

relationship

between

velocity

and

height

of

a

trolley

Manipulated:

Height

of

a

trolley

Responding
:

velocity

Constant:

angle

of

inclined

runway,
θ

1.

A

ticker

tape

is

attached

to

a

trolley

and

passed

through

a

ticker
timer

connected

to

a

power

supply.

2.

The

trolley

is

placed

at

a

height,h=10.0cm

from

the

table

top.

The

height,

h

is

measured

by

using

a

ruler

and

recorded.

3.

The

power

supply

is

turned

on

and

the

trolley

is

released

to

the

run

down

the

runway.

4.

The

velocity

of

the

trolley

at

the

bottom

of

the

runway

is

determined

Using

the

formula

V=

Distance

traveled,
s

Time

for

5

ticks

=

s

cm

5

ticks

X

0.02s

5.

The

experiment

repeated

with

a

height,h=15.0cm,

20.0cm,

25.0cm

and

30.0cm.

θ

(4)

Velocity

and

distance

of

spring

compression

To

investigate

the

relationship

between

velocity/speed

and

distance

of

spring

compression

Manipulated:

distance

of

spring

compression

Responding
:

velocity/speed

Constant:

elasticity

of

a

spring/

spring

constant

1.

Switch

on

the

power

supply

and

ticker

timer.

2.

Compress

the

spring

by

pushing

the

trolley

at

a

distance,

x

=2.0cm

measured

by

a

ruler.

3.

Release

the

trolley

and

calculate

the

velocity

of

a

trolley

from

a

ticker

tape

by

using

the

formula,

V=

Distance

traveled,
s

Time

for

5

ticks

=

s

cm

5

ticks

X

0.02s

4.

The

experiment

repeated

with

a

distance

compression,
x

=4.0cm,

6.0cm,

8.0cm

and

10.0cm.

(5)

Velocity/speed

and

distance

of

spring

stretching

To

investigate

the

relationship

between

velocity

and

distance

of

spring

stretching

Manipulated:

distance

of

spring

stretching

Responding
:

velocity/speed

Constant:

elasticity

of

a

spring/

spring

constant/stiffness/

diameter/thickness

of

a

spring

1.

Switch

on

the

power

supply

and

ticker

timer.

2.

Pull

the

trolley

at

a

distance

x

=2.0cm

measured

by

a

ruler.

3.

Release

the

trolley

and

calculate

the

velocity

of

a

trolley

from

a

ticker

tape

by

using

the

formula,

V=

Distance

traveled,s

Time

for

5

ticks

=

s

cm

5

ticks

X

0.02s

4.

The

experiment

repeated

by

pulling

the

trolley

at

a

distance,x

=4.0cm,6.0cm,8.0cm

and

10.0cm.