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of liquid mo = 22.5 Volume, V (ml) 0.0 50.0 100.0 150.0 200.0 250.0 mass, m (g) 22.5 702.5 1322.5 2062.5 2742.5 3472.5 Mass of liquid, M (g) 0.0 680.0 1300.0 2040.0 2720.0 3450.0 Marks 1 1 1 1

Table for V, m and M Give a tick () based on the following: A - Columns V, m and M B - Correct units for V, m and M C - All values of m correct D - All values of M correct [Note : 3-4 values of M correct : ] E - All values of m and M are consistent in 1 decimal place.

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2 1 (c) Graph of M against V Give a tick () based on the following: A B C D M at the y-axis and V at the x-axis Quantity at both axes labelled with unit. Uniform and even scale at both axes 5 points plotted correctly [Note : 3-4 points plotted correctly : ] Draw a line of best fit Minimum size of graph 5 x 4 larger squares larger square : 2 cm x 2 cm) (From the origin to the last point)

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**3 1 (d) 2(a)(i) 2(a)(ii) 2(a)(iii) 2(b) M is directly proportional to V TOTAL MARKS
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State the relationship between P and T correctly P increases linearly to T Extrapolate the line until the x axis T = -275OC (±5) Show the horizontal line to the y axis P = 42 kPa (±1) Calculate the gradient of the graph and state the value within the acceptable range Show the triangle with an acceptable size ( 4 x 4 squares of 2 cm) Substitute correctly ( according to the candidate’s graph) m = 70_ 375±5 State the correct value of the gradient with unit = 0.187 = 0.19 kPa oC-1 (0.184 – 0.189) //(0.18 – 0.19) T = P–q m = 100 – 51 0.19 = 257.89 oC (257.89 – 272.22) oC

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The eye position must be perpendicular to the scale reading of thermometer to avoid parallax error. TOTAL MARKS Making the right inference The pulling force influences the extension of the spring// The length of spring is influenced by the pulling force//

Length of spring depends on the force acting on it.

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Building an appropriate hypothesis The bigger the force/ mass/ weight , the longer the spring//the longer the extension When the force/ mass/ weight increases, the length// extension of the spring increase Stating the aim of the experiment To investigate the relationship between force / mass/ weight and the extension of the spring// length of the spring Stating the correct variables Manipulated variable : Force/ mass/ weight Responding variable : Extension of spring// length of spring Fixed variable : Diameter// stiffness of spring/ the initial length/ spring constant of spring/ thickness of spring List of apparatus and material Spring, slotted weight, retort stand and meter rule. 1

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4 (iv) Draw a functional arrangement of the apparatus

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State how the manipulated variable is controlled Hang a slotted weight of mass 50 g, (force/weight of 0.5 N) State how the responding variable is measured Measure the length of the string// measure the length and calculate the extension of the string. State how the procedure is repeated to obtain at least 5 sets of results Repeat the experiment using mass of 100g, 150g, 200g and 250g. 1 1

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Tabulating data Mass/ force/ Weight 50 100 150 200 250 Extension,x/ length 1

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Analysing data Extension/ Length 1

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Making the right inference

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**The depth of the boat in water is affected by the density of water
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Building an appropriate hypothesis

**The pressure boat float higher when the density of the liquid increases. (c)(i)
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Stating the aim of the experiment

To study the relationship between density and height/ depth of an

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Stating the correct variables

Manipulated variable : density of liquid Responding variable : height/ depth of object that immersed in liquid Fixed variable : mass of the ball bearing/ mass of the test tube (iii) (iv)

List of apparatus and material

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**liquids with 5 different density, ball bearing, metre rule, beaker, test tube
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Show how the manipulated variable is controlled. 1. Use liquid of density 0.5 g cm-3. Show how the responding variable is measured. 1. Fill in the test tube with ball bearings until test tube vertically immersed/ Diagram.

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Show how the procedure is repeated to obtain at least 5 sets of result.

**1. Repeat the experiment for density= 1.0 g cm-3, 1.5 g cm-3, 2.0 g cm-3 and 2.5 g cm-3. (vi)
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Tabulating data

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Analysing data h ρ

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1 MARKING SCHEME PAPER 3 PPPA TOV SPM 2013 Question 1 (a)(i) 1 (a)(ii) 1 (a)(iii) 1 (b)(i) Answer Volume of liquid, V Mass of liquid, M Density of liquid mo = 22.5 Volume, V (ml) 0.0 50.0 100.0 150...

1 MARKING SCHEME PAPER 3 PPPA TOV SPM 2013 Question 1 (a)(i) 1 (a)(ii) 1 (a)(iii) 1 (b)(i) Answer Volume of liquid, V Mass of liquid, M Density of liquid mo = 22.5 Volume, V (ml) 0.0 50.0 100.0 150.0 200.0 250.0 mass, m (g) 22.5 702.5 1322.5 2062.5 2742.5 3472.5 Mass of liquid, M (g) 0.0 680.0 1300.0 2040.0 2720.0 3450.0 Marks 1 1 1 1

Table for V, m and M Give a tick () based on the following: A - Columns V, m and M B - Correct units for V, m and M C - All values of m correct D - All values of

Table for V, m and M Give a tick () based on the following: A - Columns V, m and M B - Correct units for V, m and M C - All values of m correct D - All values of

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