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Useful Formulae in Physics
Relationships between initial velocity. u,'uniform acceleration a, final
velocity v and displacement travelled s after time 1:
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= att 2as .
Potential energy gained by a body of mass m when raised through a height
his mgh.
Kinetic energy of a body of mass m moving with speed v is
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Power = force x velocity
Equivalent resistance of two resistors Ry and Ry:
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Power = potential difference x current
99-CEPHY 2-24 -B-
99-CE
PHY
10.45 am-11.45 am (1 hour)
HONG KONG EXAMINATIONS AUTHORITY
HONG KONG CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION EXAMINATION 1999
PHYSICS PAPER 2
‘Subject Code 170
Read carefully the instructions on the Answer Sheet and insert the
information required (including the Subject Code) in the spaces provided.
2. When told to open this book, check that al the questions are there. Look for
the words ‘END OF PAPER’ after the last question
3. ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS. All the answers should be marked on the
‘Answer Sheet.
4. Note that you may only mark ONE answer to each question, Two or more
answers wil score NO MARKS.
5. All questions carry equal marks. No marks will be deducted for wrong
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99-CE-PHY 2-4 -139-There are 45 questions. The last page of this question paper contains a list of a ¢
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polite AA car starts from rest and travels along a straight road. The acceleration-
time graph of the car is shown above. Which of the following graphs shows
the variation ofthe velocity » of the car with time 7
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‘Aman takes 30 so walk from point A to point & along a sight road, i i
where AB = 120 m. He then takes 20 s to run backwards to a point C, ' t
where BC = 100 m. Find the average speed of the man for the whole o 102030
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Journey.
A 04mst
Bo 20ms* | s
Cc 40mst
Do 44mst
BE 45mst !
2. A2 kg steel sphere and a 1 kg wooden sphere are initially held atthe same
level above ground and then released from rest simultaneously. Assume air
resistance is negligible. Which of the following statements about the two
spheres at any instant before they reach the ground is/are correct ? By
(1) The speeds of the two spheres are equal.
@) The accelerations ofthe two spheres are equal,
G) The gravitational forces acting on the two spheres are equal.
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99-CE-PHY 2-3‘A block is sliding down a friction compensated runway as shown above,
Which of the following statements is/are correct ?
(1) The speed of the block is increasing,
(2) The normal reaction acting by the runway on the block is
increasing. ‘
(3) The net force acting on the block is zero.
A
B.
c
D.
E
(only
G)only
(and Q) only
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A light rope is fixed at two poles with the ends A and B atthe same level.
‘A T-shirt of weight 2 N is hung at the midpoint C of the rope. ‘The rope
depresses such that ACB 150°. Find the tension in the rope.
A
B.
c
D.
E
99-CE-PHY 2-4
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20N
39N
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Itcannot be determined since the length of the rope is not
given,
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A solid rectangular block is of dimensions 4 em x 4 em x 5 em. The biock
‘exerts a pressure Py on horizontal ground when it stands on face X as
shown above. Let Py and P; be the pressures exerted by the block on
horizontal ground when the block stands on faces Y and Z respectively.
Which of the following relations is correct ?
A.
B.
c
D.
E
Py=Py= Pr
Pr Pr
Py>Pr= Pz
‘A motor car of mass 2000 kg accelerates from rest at 3 ms" for 4s ona
straight road. Find the average useful output power of the engine of the car
A
B.
c
D.
E
24kW
36kW
kW
144 kW
240 kW
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