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Answering Technique-Physics SPM

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PHYSICS UNIT, MRSM KP

ANSWER TECHNIQUE
A. Conceptual ( Paper 2, Section B)

Compare:
1. Item 1 --------------------------------------------

2. Item 2 --------------------------------------------

3. Item 3 --------------------------------------------


Relate:
 Item 1 with Item 2-----------------------------

 Item 1 with Item 3-----------------------------


Deduction:
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OR





B. Conceptual ( Paper 2, Section B)

Comparison Diagram 1 Diagram 2

1. Item 1:
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2. Item 2:
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3. Item 3:
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 -------------------------------------------


 -------------------------------------------


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 -------------------------------------------


 -------------------------------------------


 -------------------------------------------

Relate

 -------------------------------------------


 -------------------------------------------


Deduction









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Example:

 Item1 is less / more in figure 1 compare to figure 2
 Item 1 is smaller / higher in figure 1 compare to figure 2
 Item 1is increase / decrease in figure 1 compare to figure 2
 Item 1 is the same in figure 1 compare to figure 2


Example:

 When item 1 is small, item 3 is smaller / bigger
 When item 1 is low, item 3 is lower / higher
 When item 1 is increased, item 3 is increased / decreased
Example:

 Physics concept / law / principle
A. Problem solving ( Paper 2, Section B)

Aspect Reason

1. Item 1:
-------------

2. Item 2:
-------------

3. Item 3:
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4. Item 4:
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5. Item 5:
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B. Decision Making ( Paper 2, Section C)

Aspect Suitability Reason

1. Item 1:
-------------

2. Item 2:
-------------

3. Item 3:
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4. Item 4:
-------------

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 -------------------------------------------------------


 -------------------------------------------------------


 -------------------------------------------------------


 -------------------------------------------------------


The most suitable is ___ because suitability of item 1, 2, 3 and 4.















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C. Designing An Experiment ( Paper 3, Section B)

a) Inference
---------------------------- depend on ----------------------------
(Responding Variable) (Manipulated Variable)

b) Hypothesis
When ---------------------------- increases, the ---------------------------- increases / decreases.
(Manipulated Variable) (Responding Variable)

c) Designing an experiment
i. Aim of the experiment
To investigate the relationship between ---------------------------- and ----------------------------
(Manipulated Variable) (Responding Variable)

ii. Variables
Manipulated variable : ----------------------------
Responding variable : ----------------------------
Fixed variable : ----------------------------

iii. List of apparatus and material
(at least 6)

iv. Arrangement of the apparatus
(figure and label)

v. Procedure
1) Controlling the manipulated variable
(initial manipulated variable value and steps in controlling manipulated variable)

2) Measuring the responding variable
(steps of how to measure responding variable and apparatus used)

3) Repeatition
(repeating step (1) and (2) by varying the manipulated variable with 4 others values)

vi. Tabulation of data
Manipulated Variable, symbol / unit Responding Variable, symbol / unit
(5 values)

vii. Analysing the data

Responding Variable, symbol / unit




Manipulated Variable, symbol / unit

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