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Electricity Question

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CHAPTER 7 ELECTRICITY PAPER 1 1. When the switch is on, the current that flows in an electronic advertisement board is 3.0 x 10 -5 A.

What is the number of electrons flowing in the advertisement board when it is switched on for 2 hours ? [ Charge of an electron is = 1.6 x 10 -19 C] SPM 2004 A 3.84 x 10 11 B 1.67 x 10 14 C 1.35 x 10 18 D 4.17 x 1023 E 1.50 x 10 27 2. The electric current supplied by a battery in a digital watch is 3.0 x 10 -5 A. What is the quantity of charge that flows in 2 hours ? SPM 2005 A B C D E 2.5 x 10 -7 C 1.5 x 10 -5 C 6.0 x 10-5 C 3.6 x 10-3 C 2.2 x 10-1 C SPM 2003

3. Which diagram shows the correct electric field pattern ?

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4. Which circuit can be used to determine the resistance of a bulb ? SPM 2003 2 . and current . Which graph shows the relationship between potential difference . I . V . for a resistor that obeys Ohm ‘ s law ? SPM 2003 5.

SPM 2004 Which of the following statements is true ? A Reading of A1 > A 2 > A3 B Reading of A1 > A3>A2 C Reading of A2>A1>A3 D Reading of A3>A1>A2 3 . The diagram shows a circuit containing four bulbs A.no current will flow through it. B . All the bulbs below are identical.6. When a bulb is faulty . which are lit at normal brightness.C and D. when faulty will cause all the bulbs not to light up ? SPM 2004 7. Which bulb .

8 The bulb in the circuit is lit at normal brightness when switches S1 and S2 are closed. SPM 2004 What happens to the brightness of the bulb if only S 1 or S2 is closed ? Only S1 is closed A B C D Increases Increases Decreases Decreases Only S2 is closed Decreases Increases Increases Decreases 4 .

Which circuit can be used to determine the electromotive force of a battery ? SPM 2005 5 .9 The electromotive force and internal resistance of the dry cell in the circuit below is 1.5 V D More than 1.5 Ω respectively.5 V C Less than 1.5 V and 0.5 V 10. SPM 2004 What is the reading of the voltmeter when the switch is closed ? A 0V B 1.

11 The diagram shows a bird perched on a high voltage cable.00 135. Calculate the cost in RM of using a 1. The table shows the electrical energy consumption tariff.00 SPM 2007 13. A B C D E 84. SPM 2005 The bird does not experience an electric shock because A B C D the potential difference across X and Y is high the resistance of the cable across X and Y is very high the body of the bird has a low resistance the current flowing through its body is very small.80 129.00 118.00 90.5 kW refrigerator for 360 hours. 12. Which of the following factors does not influence the resistance of a wire ? A B C D Length of the wire Material of the wire Cross-sectional area of the wire Hardness of the wire 6 .

R 1 is not equal to R 2.25 Ω D 3.75 Ω 16 An electric appliance has been switched on for 2 hours.06 Ω B 0. A B C D 4C 120 C 240 C 14400 C 7 . Calculate the internal resistance of the battery in this circuit.07 Ω C 0. Calculate the quantity of electric charge passing through the circuit in this time if the current is 2 A. Which physical quantity must be the same for both R 1 and R 2 ? A B C D Power Current Voltage Energy 15 Diagram 22 shows an electric circuit.14 Diagram 21 shows a parallel circuit. A 0.

........................................................1 shows an electric circuit................2 show two types of ammeters .................................................... (a) (i) Name instrument Q .......................... X and Y ..............................PAPER 2 ( SECTION A) SPM 2006 1...................... ....... [1 mark] 8 ...... [ 1 mark] (ii) What is the function of R in the circuit ? ........................................................................................................................................... that can be used in the circuit in Diagram 1...... Diagram 1........ [1 mark] (ii) State one reason for your answer in 1 (b) (i) .....................................................1 (i) Which ammeter is more sensitive ? . [1 mark] (b) Diagram 1.....................

................ [2 marks] (ii) the resistance of the immersion heater.......................... ......SPM 2004 Figure 8.. Calculate ................... . [1 mark] (b) The immersion heater is connected to a 240 V supply............. [2 marks] 9 .....1 shows an immersion heater with specification of 240 V ..... (i) the current that passes through the immersion heater .......................... (a) Name one suitable material to be used as a heating element in the immersion heater...... 1000 W...................

........ ..(c) A student conducts an experiment to compare the heating effect of immersion heaters P ..........0 5.........1 shows the result of the experiment.... [2 marks] 10 ......... ................................... ................................................................................... suggest which immersion heater is the most suitable to heat water...... ...........................Q and R............. ...........0 (i) State the energy change that occurs when the immersion is switched on.................................................... [1 mark] (ii) Calculate the energy supplied by each of the immersion heaters P ................ Table 8..........0 10...........0 Time for the water to start boiling / minute 8.....................Q and R to start boiling the water................................................0 4...............0 9................................ [ 4 marks] (iii) Using your answer in (c) (ii) .......... Give one reason for your answer......... The volume and initial temperature of the water is fixed............ Immersion Potential difference / heater V P 240 Q 240 R 240 Current / A 6...................................

SPM 2007 Diagram 6 show a lighting circuit of a house. The bulbs in Diagram 6 are connected in ( series . 60 W ’ ? ………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………… [1 mark] (ii) Calculate the current in the circuit when only one bulb is lit. [1 mark] (iii) Calculate the total resistance of the circuit when all bulbs are lit [3 marks] (iv) How can the bulbs be connected to increase the total resistance of the circuit ? …………………………………………………………………………………… [1 mark] 11 . 60 W ’ (i) What is meant by `240 v. (a) (i) Underline the correct answer in the bracket to complete the sentence below. parallel ) (ii) What will happen to the other bulbs if one bulb blows ? …………………………………………………………………………………………… [1 mark] (b) All the bulbs in Diagram 6 are labeled `240 v.

[ 10 marks] 12 . [ 1 mark] [ 3 marks] (b) (i) Observe the photographs in Figure 16 and Figure 17. The temperature in the incubator must be maintained around 39 ° C. The eggs are hatched in about 20 days. Each circuit contains four identical bulbs connected to four identical new dry cells. explain the modification required to the above incubator so as to efficiently hatch about 200 eggs. (a) (i) State the energy transformation that take place in the bulb (ii) Draw a circuit diagram for each photograph. Relate the brightness of the bulbs between Figure 16 and Figure 17 to deduce a concept in physics with regard to the potential difference and the current flow for the bulbs in series and parallel circuits. Compare the brightness of the bulbs. [6 marks] (c ) Figure 18 shows a model of an incubator used to hatch eggs. Every part of the eggs must receive uniform heat.PAPER 2 (SECTION B) SPM 2003 Figure 16 and Figure 18 show photographs of two circuit. Using an appropriate concept in physics .

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