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95-CE PHY PAPER | HONG KONG EXAMINATIONS AUTHORITY WONG KONG CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION EXAMINATION 1995 PHYSICS PAPER | 8.30 am-10.00 am (14 hours) ‘This paper must be answered in English 1995 ‘This paper consists of sevea questions, each carrying 15 marks. Answer any SIX questions. 2 ‘Some questions contain parts marked with an asterisk (*). In each of ‘eae pars, ona mac i alocated to asses candidates ability ineffective communication. Take g = 10ms?. 4. The last page ofthis question pepe contains alist of phyaics frm ‘which you may find useful, payee formulae 95-ce-PHY 1 a 95-CE-PHY 2 —4— 05m == = Figure 1 Figure 1 shows a rough track. The highest point Cof the circular loop is 0.5 m above its loweat point D and DE is horizontal. A smal object cf sass 0.1 kg slidoa down from rest at A, completes the circular loop and finally stops at E. The speod of the objec at Cis 3 me. When it tomes down to D after completing tho loop, is spool becomes 4 ms. (a) Deseribe the energy changes when the object travels from A to c (4 marks) Find (the kinetic energy of the object at C, (1 mark) the potential energy of the object at C (taking the potential energy at D a8 210), (smart) the work done ageiat friction asthe object travels from CwDd. @ marks) (©) The object travels with uniform deceleration along DE. (i) Skstch the displacement-time graph of the object as it travels from D 10 E, starting from the moment it passes ‘through D. (@ marks) eo 98-cE-PHY Ea i The He stroboscopic lamp is flashing at Find the deceleration of the (6 sacks) 2 © Figure 3 ‘A cmeial ball P of mass 0.5 kg moves with speed 10 ms" on ‘smooth horizontal ground. It collides with heavier metal ball (Q, which is initially at rest. After collision, P moves backwards in the opposite direction. Figure 4 shows the variation of the velocity of P with time. Velocity /m st @ Fint a @ ° Oy Figure 4 the momentum of P before the collision, the change in momentum of P in the collision, the time of contact of P and Q, the average force acting on P during the oe (6 marks) 6s , Gi) Is the average force acting 01 Q during the collision ‘equal to that acting on P 7 Explain beefy. ‘Comment oa the following statement Momentum and kinetic energy must bo ‘conserved ia this collision, @ marks) (S marks) (0) Forsafety reasons, the front and rear parts of cars should not be made of very strong material, Explain briefly. OS-CE-PHY LE @ mars) © x out 4 S-CE-PHY HO “AB which is bung on a vertical wall. The boy's eyes “hove the ground, He can soe all of bimsslf in the mirror, In Figure 5, PQ represents the boy and E denotes his eyes. () State three properties of the boy's image as formed by the mirror. @ marks) Gi) Ta Figure 5, draw (1) tho imaye of the boy formed by the micror, (2) the paths of two rays, one from P and one from @, 40 show how the rays reach his eyes. (4 marks) Gi) Using Gp, oF otherwise, find the minimum length of the mirror AB for the boy to see ull of himself @ narks) (jv) Ifthe boy moves a few steps towards the mirror and the ‘of the mirror ia equal to that found in (ii), can the boy sil seo all of himself in the mirror ? In Figure 6, draw a ray diagram to illustrate your answer. @ mats) ‘Tere ae two types of rearview diving or. (Which ype of mieor (plane, concave an conver) Cannot be used eva driving mir? Give «reat. [. @ marks) Gi) State the advantage of each type of driving mirror. @ marks) o