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SECTION A

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A

Joule

Ampere

Kilogram

Second

108 km h-1

A

20 ms-1

30 ms-1

50 ms-1

60 ms-1

A

v =t+5

v =t+1

v =-t+5

v =-t+1

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The diagram shows a micrometer screw gauge used to measure the thickness of 100

sheets of paper.

A

0.0432

0.0438

0.0482

0.0488

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The diagram below shows a track for a 200 m event. An athlete takes 25 s to finish the

race.

A

B

C

D

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The diagram shows three forces P, Q and R acting on an object O. The object is in

equilibrium state.

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H is directly proportional to K.

The relationship between the stretching force, F , and extension x, of an elastic material

is given by the equation:

where k is a constant.

What is the base unit of k ?

10

kgm2s-2

kg s-2

kg ms-2

A

decreasing

equal to zero

increasing

constant

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The diagram below shows a box of mass 5 kg being pulled by a force of 100 N at an

angle of 60 to the horizontal. The frictional force acting on the box is 10 N.

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5.0 ms-2

8.0 ms-2

10.0 ms-2

15.3 ms-2

A

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The diagram shows a trolley of mass 500 g sliding down a smooth curved ramp.

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4.0 ms-1

17.3 ms-1

33.5 ms-1

75.0 ms-1

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The diagram shows a motor lifting a load of mass 8.0 kg. The motor takes 4 s to lift the

load to a height of 0.5 m.

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4 W

10 W

16 W

40 W

A

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The diagram below shows a parachutist landing with his legs bent.

A

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Which of the following is true when P and Q are free falling from different heights.

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The diagram below shows a tug-o-war match between Team A and Team B.

A

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The diagram shows a cyclist riding along a hilly road. At which position does the

cyclist have the highest kinetic energy ?

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The diagram below shows a reading of a weighing machine when the lift is stationary.

What is the reading on the weighing scale if the lift experiences free fall.

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A

Inertia of the object on earth is greater than the inertia on the moon.

A toy car with a mass of 2 kg is moving with a velocity of 3 ms-1 . It collides with

another toy car with a mass of 3 kg that is moving with a velocity of 2 ms-1 in the same

direction. After the collision both cars move together. Determine their velocity after the

collision.

A

1.2 ms-1.

2.4 ms-1.

2.0 ms-1.

2.8 ms-1.

A

Launching of a rocket.

A game of bowling.

A

airbag of a car.

polystyrene packing.

A car with a mass of 800 kg is travelling with a velocity of 72 km h-1. What is the

kinetic energy of the car ?

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16 000 J.

57 600 J.

160 000 J.

320 000 J.

A car moving with a velocity of 30 ms-1 decelerates uniformly and stops in 5 s. What is

the deceleration of the car ?

A

3 ms-1.

6 ms-1.

9 ms-1.

12 ms-1.

An apple falls from a tree and hits the ground in 0.8 s. What is the speed of the apple

when it hits the ground ? [ Take g = 10 ms-2 ]

A

4 ms-1.

6 ms-1.

8 ms-1.

10 ms-1.

Two objects of different masses are released from the same height. Which of the

following physical quantities is the same for the two objects ?

[ Neglect air resistance ]

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Kinetic energy.

Momentum.

A

Air bag.

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Seat belt.

Air conditioning.

Crushable bonnet.

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SECTION B

1

The diagram shows an object falling through air. The object is acted on by two forces A

and B whose directions are shown by the arrows. The value of each force is shown.

(a)

(b)

(i) A ..........................................................................................................

[1 mark]

(ii) B .........................................................................................................

[1 mark]

State the size and direction of the resultant of forces A and B.

(c)

Size ...........................................................................................................

[1 mark]

Direction ...................................................................................................

[1 mark]

The mass of the falling object is 6.0 kg. Calculate its acceleration.

...................................................................................................................

...................................................................................................................

...................................................................................................................

[2 marks]

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(a)

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A train moves with a constant velocity of 30 m/s for 10 s before decelerating

uniformly to rest in a further 15 s.

Draw a velocitytime graph on the axes below.

[2 marks]

(b)

State the property of a velocitytime graph that can be used to determine the

distance travelled by the train.

.........................................................................................................................

[1 mark ]

(c)

.........................................................................................................................

.........................................................................................................................

.........................................................................................................................

[3 marks]

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The picture shows two ice skaters A and B, facing each other. They are at rest on the

ice.

(a)

.........................................................................................................................

[1 mark]

(b)

.........................................................................................................................

[1 mark]

(c)

The two skaters push away from each other and move in opposite directions.

(i)

3.2 ms-1. Calculate the momentum of skater B.

.................................................................................................................

.................................................................................................................

.................................................................................................................

[3 marks]

(ii)

.................................................................................................................

[1 mark]

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.................................................................................................................

.................................................................................................................

.................................................................................................................

[2 marks]

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The graph below shows how the velocity of the car changes over a certain period of

time.

(a)

...............................................................................................................................

[1 mark]

(b)

...............................................................................................................................

...............................................................................................................................

[2 marks]

(c)

...............................................................................................................................

...............................................................................................................................

...............................................................................................................................

[2 marks]

(d)

...............................................................................................................................

...............................................................................................................................

...............................................................................................................................

[2 marks]

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(a)

The mass of the crate is 1200 kg and it is lifted at a steady speed of 0.20 m/s.

Calculate the kinetic energy of the crate as it is being lifted.

...............................................................................................................................

...............................................................................................................................

[2 marks]

(b)

(i) Calculate the gravitational potential energy gained by the crate.

....................................................................................................................

...................................................................................................................

[2 marks]

(ii)

....................................................................................................................

....................................................................................................................

[2 marks]

(iii)

....................................................................................................................

....................................................................................................................

[2 marks]

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4 kg

6 kg

A 4 kg trolley is connected by a rope to a load of mass 6 kg. The friction between the

table and the trolley is 15 N. The load is then released. Assuming that the pulley is

smooth and the rope is of negligible mass, find

(a)

..............................................................................................................................

..............................................................................................................................

..............................................................................................................................

[3 marks]

(b)

............................................................................................................................

............................................................................................................................

............................................................................................................................

[2 marks]

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SECTION C

A student carried out an experiment to investigate the relationship between the period, T, and

the length of the pendulum, l, of a simple pendulum. A student varied the length of the

pendulum and the pendulum was displaced to an initial angle and released. The pendulum

swung back and forth with periodic motion and the period T, was determined using a

stopwatch.

The result of the experiment are shown in the graph of T2 against l in the figure below. The

student intended to use this experiment to determine the acceleration due to gravity, g.

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(a)

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State the relationship between T2 and l.

................................................................................................................................

[2 marks]

(b)

determine the length of the pendulum. Show on the graph how you determined

the length.

[3 marks]

(c)

( )

If

(i)

, then

Calculate the gradient, m, of the graph T2 against l. Show on the graph how

you determined m.

m = ................................................

[3 marks]

(ii)

[2 marks]

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Chandini Joseph

Pn Sanizah

Senior Asst.

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