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Useful Formulae in Physics (@) Relationships between initial velocity u, uniform acceleration a, final velocity v and displacement travelled after time # via +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 Liat 7 (2) Power ~ force x velocity (©) Equivalent resistance of two resistors Ry and Ry () — inseries = R, + R, RR, importa = EE (Power = potential difference x current 2003.CE-PHY 2-28 -2- HONG KONG EXAMINATIONS AND ASSESSMENT AUTHORITY HONG KONG CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION EXAMINATION 2003 PHYSICS PAPER 2 10.45 am — 11.45 am (1 hour) Subject Code 170 1, Read carefully the instructions on the Answer Sheet and insert the information required (including the Subject Code) inthe spaces provided. 2. When told to open this book, you should check that all the questions are there, Look for the words ‘END OF PAPER? after the last question, 3. All questions carry equal marks. 4. ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS. You should mark all your answers on the ‘Answer Sheet ‘You should mark only ONE answer for each question, If you mark more then ‘one answer, you will receive NO MARKS for that question 6, Nomarks will be deducted for wrong answers, OFesRATKS ge Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority Al Rights Reserved 2003 2003.CE-PHY 2-1 There are 45 questions. The last page of this question paper contains a list of 3 Physics formulae which you may find useful. 4 Minecessary, take g = 10 ma. ‘Unless otherwise specified, all the cells are assumed to have negligible internal resistance. (For Questions 1 and 2) The figure shows the velocity-time graph of a car , ‘ i travelling along a straight read ‘A car starts at point A and travels along a circular path of radius 30 m, After 15 5, the car returns to point 4. Find the average speed of the car within this period of time. j A 220 B. 2ms' c. 63mst D R6ms 4 ‘A plane starts from rest and accelerates at 2 ms. If the minimum take-off speed is 60 ms“, find the minimum distance travelled by the plane before it takes of. A 450m 1. What physical quantity does the area of the shaded region represent ? ‘ B 900m c1800m A energy dD. 3600m B. momentum ©. acceleration 5 D. displacement ‘ _ 2. Whieh ofthe following statements are correct ? ay ‘The car changes its direction of travel at ¢* f, o Q) The cars farthest away from the stating point at ¢= 4, @) The ear returns to its starting point at ¢= A block of mass _m slides down an inclined plane with uniform velocity ‘What is the net force acting on the block ? A. (I)andQ)only B. (i) and (3) only A omg C. (2)and @) only B.omgsind D. (1), @)and 3) cos D. zero 2003-CE-PHY 2-2 Ie 2003-CE-PHY 2-3, SaaS ‘The figure shows a ride in an amusement park. A passenger is fastened to a seat which is then raised tothe top of a vertical pole. Attime 10, the seat is released ffom rest and falls rely. After 3s the seat is broveht test at 4 point P near the ground. Which ofthe following graphs béSt shows the telatioa between the gravitational force acing onthe passenger and. ¢ ? A. WINK BL WAR ° * ° D. WN _Vioi ot o 3 te ° 2003.CE-PHY 2-4 -3- ‘A uniform cube of weight 600 N is held in equilibrium in the air by four identical cables as shown above, If each cable makes an equal angle of 20° with the vertical, find the tension in each cable. pow> 150N 160N 412 439 Souee : Road Users” Code, Transport Deparment, Government of the HKSAR, 2000 ‘A car accelerates at 3 m $7 along a straight horizontal road. A child of mass 10 kg is siting on a safety seat inside the car. Find the magnitude of the resultant force exerted by the safety seat on the child. A B c D. 2003.CE-PHY 2-5 30N 100 104N 130N