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# REPEATERSBATCECAPEPHYSICSUNIT12016:IncourseExam#2Repeaters

BATCECAPEPHYSICSUNIT1IncourseExam#2:MultipleChoiceModule1SpecificObjectives1,2&3Monday19th
October2015Youareallowedtohaveanystudymaterialsyouwantwithyoui.e.classnotes,textbooks,etc.However,you
shouldkeepinmindthatthisisatimedexam(60minutes).Youshouldhaveapen,paper,andcalculatorforscratchwork.
QuestionPrompt:1
TotalPoints:1

Whichpairincludesavectorquantityandascalarquantity?
displacementacceleration
powerspeed
workpotentialenergy
forcekineticenergy

QuestionPrompt:2
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Forcesof4Nand6Nactatapoint.Whichoneofthefollowingcouldnotbethemagnitudeoftheirresultant?
1N
4N
6N
8N
10N

QuestionPrompt:3
TotalPoints:1

Thevelocityofacarwhichisdeceleratinguniformlychangesfrom30ms^1to15ms^1in75m.Afterwhatfurther
distancewillitcometorest?
25m
37.5m
50m
75m
100m

QuestionPrompt:4
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AstoneisthrownfromPandfollowsaparabolicpath.ThehighestpointreachedisT.Theverticalcomponentof
accelerationofthestone
iszeroatT.
isgreatestatT.
isgreatestatP.
isthesameatPasatT.
decreasesataconstantrate.

QuestionPrompt:5
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AballprojectedhorizontallyfromthetopofacliffonthesurfaceoftheEarthwithaspeedof40ms^1.Assumingthat
thereisnoairresistance,whatwillitsspeedbe3slater?Youmayassumethataccelerationduetogravity,g=9.8m
s^2
30ms^1
40ms^1
50ms^1
60ms^1
70ms^1

QuestionPrompt:6
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Aconstantmassundergoesuniformaccelerationwhentheresultantforceactingonit
isproportionaltothedisplacementfromafixedpoint.
isconstantbutnotzero.
increasesuniformlywithrespecttotime.
decreasesuniformlywithrespecttotime.
iszero.

QuestionPrompt:7
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ThegraphbelowshowshowtheforceFexertedonabodyincollisionwithanotherbodyvarieswithtimet.Thearea
underthegraphrepresentsthebody'schangeof

acceleration
kineticenergy
momentum
potentialenergy
velocity

QuestionPrompt:8
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Whenaforceof4Nactsonamassof2kgforatimeof2s,whatistherateofchangeofmomentum?
1kgms^2
2kgms^2
4kgms^2
8kgms^2
16kgms^2

QuestionPrompt:9
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AnaircraftinlevelflightismovingwithconstantvelocityrelativetothegroundTheresultantforceactingonthe
aircraftisequalto

theweightoftheaircraft.
theresultantoftheairresistanceandthethrustoftheengines
theresultantoftheairresistanceandtheweightoftheaircraft
zero

QuestionPrompt:10
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Whichoneofthefollowingstatementsiscorrectwithreferencetoelasticcollisionsbetweentwobodies?
Momentumandtotalenergyareconservedbutkineticenergymaybechangedintosomeotherformofenergy.
Kineticenergyandtotalenergyarebothconservedbutmomentumisconservedonlyifthetwobodieshaveequal
masses.
Kineticenergyisconservedtotalmomentummaydecreasebutcannotincrease.
Momentum,kineticenergyandtotalenergyareallconserved.
Neithermomentumnorkineticenergyneedbeconservedbuttotalenergymustbeconserved.

QuestionPrompt:11
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given.Afterthecollision,thetrolleystravelinoppositedirectionsandthemomentumofXis2kgms^1.Whatisthe
magnitudeofthemomentumoftrolleyY?

6kgms^1
8kgms^1
10kgms^1
30kgms^1
34kgms^1

QuestionPrompt:12
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Whichofthefollowingstatementsiscorrectforaparticlemovinginahorizontalcirclewithconstantangularvelocity?
Teacher'sNote:KE=1/2mv^2andp=mv
Thelinearmomentumisconstantbutthekineticenergyvaries.
Thekineticenergyisconstantbutthelinearmomentumvaries.

Bothkineticenergyandlinearmomentumareconstant.
Neitherthelinearmomentumnorthekineticenergyisconstant.
Thespeedandthelinearvelocityarebothconstant.

QuestionPrompt:13
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3s.Theforceactingonthemassis

$\frac{4\pi^2}9N$
$\frac{40\pi^2}9N$
$\frac{100\pi^2}9N$
$\frac{400\pi^2}9N$

QuestionPrompt:14
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Anaircraftistravellingatconstantspeedinahorizontalcircle,centreQ.Eachdiagrambelowshowsatailviewofthe
aircraft,thedottedlinerepresentingthelineofthewingsandthecirclerepresentingthecentreofgravityofthe
aircraft.Whichoneofthediagramscorrectlyshowstheforcesactingontheaircraft?

A
B
C
D
E

QuestionPrompt:15
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Earth'scentreofmass.Whatistheworkdoneonthesatelliteinonerevolution?
zero
2mr^2^2
mr^3^2
mr^2^2
1/2mr^2^2

QuestionPrompt:16
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Theminutehandofalargeclockis3.0mlong.Whatisitsmeanangularspeed?

QuestionPrompt:17
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Amassontheendofastringissetinmotionsothatitdescribesacircleinahorizontalplane.Whichdiagramshows
thedirectionoftheresultantforceactingonthemassataninstantinitsmotion?

A
B
C
D
E

QuestionPrompt:18
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Aparticletravelsinuniformcircularmotion.Whichofthefollowingcorrectlydescribesthelinearvelocity,angular
velocity,andlinearaccelerationoftheparticle?(seeattachedpicture)

A
B
C
D
E

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zero
1.0ms^2
2ms^2
4^2ms^2

QuestionPrompt:20
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Acommunicationssatellitewhichtakes24hourstocompleteoneorbitisreplacedbyanewsatellitewhichhastwice

A
B
C
D
E

QuestionPrompt:21
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WhichlistofSIunitscontainsonlybaseunits?
kelvin,metre,mole,ampere,kilogram
kilogram,metre,second,ohm,mole
kilogram,newton,metre,ampere,ohm
newton,kelvin,second,volt,mole

QuestionPrompt:22
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theball?

3.48mm
2.04mm
1.98mm
1.92mm
1.42mm

QuestionPrompt:23
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Whichofthefollowingwouldbethebestwaytoexpressthediameterofthewireinthestudent'sreport?
between1.48mmand1.52mm
1.5mm
1.498mm
(1.4980.012)mm
(1.500.01)mm

QuestionPrompt:24

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Thegraphrepresentshowdisplacementvarieswithtimeforavehiclemovingalongastraightline.Duringwhichtime
intervaldoestheaccelerationofthevehiclehaveitsgreatestnumericalvalue?

A
B
C
D
E

QuestionPrompt:25
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Arecordonaturntableisrotatingataconstantnumberofrevolutionspersecond.Whichgraphbestrepresentsthe
relationbetweenthespeedvofapointontherecordanditsdistancerfromthecentreofrotation?

A
B
C
D
E

QuestionPrompt:26
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carpassesonepost,ithasaspeedof10ms^1and,whenitpassesthenextone,itsspeedis20ms^1.Whatisthe
car'sacceleration?
0.67ms^2
1.5ms^2
2.5ms^2
6.0ms^2

QuestionPrompt:27
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incontactwiththeground.Whichstatementiscorrect?
Theforcethattheballexertsonthegroundisalwaysequaltotheweightoftheball.
Theforcethattheballexertsonthegroundisalwaysequalinmagnitudeandoppositeindirectiontotheforcethe
groundexertsontheball.
Theforcethattheballexertsonthegroundisalwaysgreaterthantheweightoftheball.
Theweightoftheballisalwaysequalandoppositetotheforcethatthegroundexertsontheball.

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