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Name:_______________ Form:Science Teacher:HMSTRA
Year 10 ScienceCommon Assessment Task2011
Physical World
DO NOT OPEN THIS PAPER UNTIL INSTRUCTED. ANSWER ALL QUESTIONSIN BLUE OR BLACK PEN.
For Assessor’suse only 
Achievement CriteriaAchievementAchievementwith MeritAchievementwith Excellence
Demonstrateunderstanding of aspectsof the physical worldDemonstrate in-depthunderstanding of aspectsof the physical worldDemonstratecomprehensiveunderstanding of aspectsof the physical word
Overall Level of Performance
 
Question 1
a) List two differences between static and current electicity.b) If you wear woolen socks and drag them along the floor, you may gain the capabilityto give someone an 'electric shock'.Explain the principle of this in terms of static electricity.c) Sally rubs a balloon with her fleece. After this, she waves the balloon over her head.He hair rises and stands on end, pointing towards the balloon.Explain what is happening in terms of static electricity, electron transfer and charges.d) Draw a diagram of what could be happening when Sally rubs her the balloon on herfleece.
 
Question 2
a) Label the forces acting on the people (with their directions) in the followingexamples
 
b) Newton's 1
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law of force and motion states that 'if the forces acting on an object arebalanced, then the objetc will stay stationary or carry on at the same speed in thesame direction'.On earth, what prevents moving object from having balanced forces when moving(causing perpetual motion)c) Newton's second law of force and motion states that 'if unbalanced forces act on aobject, then the object will accelerate in the direction which the force acts'.What is the net force of the ball in this diagram and what direction will it roll in? 
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