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97-CE
PHY
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Useful Formulae in Physics
[HONG KONG CERTIICATE OF EDUCATION EXAMINATION 1997
{@) Relationships between initial velocity w, uniform acceleration a, final
‘velocity v and displacement travelled s afer time #: PHYSICS PAPER I
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“b) Potential energy gained by a body of mass m when raised through a height
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meh ‘This paper consists of seven questions, cach carrying 15 marks, Answer
(0) Kinetic energy of body of muss 1m moving with spocd v is any SIX questions.
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these pars, candidates are required to give paragraph-tength answers, in
rower = force x each of these pars, one mark is allocated to assess candidates’ ability in
or velocity effective communication.
(©) Equivalent resistance of two resistors Ry and Ry: Toke g = 10ms?
) inseries = Ry + Ry Unless otherwise specified, all the cells are assumed to have negligible
R internal resistance.
oom Mel = + Ry ‘The last page of this question paper contains a list of physics formulag
which you may find useful
1) Power = potenial diference x current
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S-CEPAY [+l o‘A boat stans from rest at time = 0 § and travels along a straight line,
Figure 1 shows the velocity-time graph of the boat from #0 10 300 s.
“(a) Describe the motion af the boat from = 0 10 300 s,
(S marks)
(@) Find the acceleration of the boat in the first 50 s.
. (2 marks)
(©) In Figure 2, draw the acceleration-time graph of the boat
from 1010 300s.
G marks)
(@ Find the distance travelled by the boat inthe first $0 s
(2 marks)
(© A buoy is tocated 900 m ahead of the starting point of the boat
- Explain whether the boat will pass the buoy duri
shown in Figure 1,
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Figure 3
‘Two dippers Si and Sy vibrate in phase producing idemtical circular
water waves in a ripple tank. Figure 3 shows the wave pattern at a certain
instant
(Note ; The dark lines represent crests.) The distance between S,
‘and S; is 0.06 m and it is known that the water waves travel with @
speed of 0.4m s?,
foi (2) Find the wavelength and frequency of the water waves, (3 marks)
This is a blank page.
(©) The ripple tank has a spongy lining at its edges. Esplnin the
function of the spony tin @
(6) P and Q ae two points at the water surface 1s shown
3. Find the path difference at
poi P, and
(i) poim @
from S, and S; giving the answers in terms ofthe wavelen
of the water waves.
Hence state the types of interference occurring at P and @
a
*4€) How would the interference at @ be affected if the frequency of
vibration of the two dippers is doubled ? Explain your answer
{Note : You may assume that the speed of the water waves remains
cunchanged.) (4 marks)
(©) only one dipper is available, suggest a method of prod
neces
& VY nenmives
interference pattern in the ripple unk, Iustrate your ans
diagram, ‘2 marks)
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