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Form 4 2. Force and Motion 2.1 Force and Acceleration 2.2 Mass and Acceleration 2.

3 Height and Velocity 2.4 Mass and Inertia 2.5 Mass and Period of a spring 2.6 Force and velocity of a spring 2.5 Force and Extension of a spring 3. Forces and Pressure 3.1 Force and Pressure (constant area) 3.2 Area and Pressure (constant force) 3.3 Pressure and Depth of a liquid 3.4 Pressure and Density of a liquid 3.5 Archimedes Principle (Weight of water displaced and buoyant force) 3. Weight and buoyant force Heat 4.1 Pressure Law (Pressure and Volume at a constant temperature) 4.2 Boyles Law (Pressure and Temprature at constant volume) 4.3 Charles Law (Volume and Temperature at constant pressure) Light 5.1 Angle of Incidence and Angle of Reflection (Reflection of Light) 5.2 Apparent Depth and Real Depth (Refraction of Light) 5.2 Angle of Incidence and Angle of Refraction (Refraction of Light) 5.2 Focal length and Thickness of a Lense 5.3 Magnification and Image Distance Size of Image and Object Distance tongue Waves 6.1 Wavelength and Depth 6.2 Angle of Incidence and Angle of Reflection (Reflection of Water Waves) 6.2 Angle of Incidence and Angle of Reflection (Reflection of Sound Waves) 6.3 Angle of Incidence and Angle of Refraction (Refraction of Water Waves) 6.4 Angle of Incidence and Angle of Refraction (Refraction of Light Waves) 6.5 Amplitude of Sound Waves and Medium Used (Refraction of Sound Waves) Electricity 7.1 Electric Current and Potential Difference of an ohmic conductor 7.2 Resistance // Current and Diameter // Cross-sectional area of a Wire 7.3 Resistance // Current and Length of a Conductor 7.4 Resistance // Current and Temperature of a Wire Electromagnetics 8.1 Strength of an electromagnet and the number of turns 8.2 Strength of an electromagnet and Current 8.3 Force and size of current 8.4 Force and strength of an electromagnet 8.5 Speed of rotation of an electric motor and no. of turns of coil 8.6 Induced Current and Number of bar magnets 8.7 Induced Current and Velocity of a Magnet 8.8 Induced Current and Number of Turns of Solenoid 8.9 Output voltage and Number of Turns of the Secondary Coil of the Transformer

Radioactivity 9.1 Radiation and thickness of Lead Plate 2.1 Acceleration and force

Inference: Hypothesis: Aim:

Acceleration of an object depends on its force The higher the force, the higher the acceleration To study the relationship between force and acceleration of an object

Manipulated variable: Force Responding variable: Acceleration Constant variable: Mass Apparatus and materials Arrangement of apparatus Procedure Tabulation of data Analysis of data 2.2 Acceleration and mass

Inference: Hypothesis: Aim:

Acceleration of an object depends on its mass The higher the mass, the lower the acceleration To study the relationship between mass and acceleration of an object

Manipulated variable: Force Responding variable: Mass Constant variable: Acceleration Apparatus and materials Arrangement of apparatus Procedure Tabulation of data Analysis of data 2.3 Height and Acceleration Inference: Acceleration of an object depends on its height Hypothesis: The higher the height, the lower the acceleration Aim: To study the relationship between height and acceleration of an object Manipulated variable: Height Responding variable: Acceleration Constant variable: Mass Apparatus and materials Arrangement of apparatus Procedure Tabulation of data Analysis of data 2.4 Force and Extension of a spring Inference: Extension of a spring depends on force applied Hypothesis: The larger the force, the larger the extension Aim: To study the relationship between force and extension of a spring

Manipulated variable: Force Responding variable: Extension of the spring Constant variable: Mass Apparatus and materials Arrangement of apparatus Procedure Tabulation of data Analysis of data 3.1 Depth and Pressure in Liquid Inference: Pressure of a liquid depends on its depth Hypothesis: The deeper the depth, the higher the pressure Aim: To study the relationship between depth and pressure of a liquid Manipulated variable: Responding variable: Contant variable: Apparatus and materials Arrangement of apparatus Procedure Tabulation of data Analysis of data 3.2 Density and Pressure in Liquid Inference: Pressure of a liquid depends on its density Hypothesis: The higher the density, the higher the pressure Aim: To study the relationship between density and pressure of a liquid Manipulated variable: Responding variable: Contant variable: Apparatus and materials Arrangement of apparatus Procedure Tabulation of data Analysis of data 3.3 Archimedes Principle Inference: Pressure of a liquid depends on its density Hypothesis: The higher the density, the higher the pressure Aim: To study the relationship between the weight of water displaced and the buoyant force Manipulated variable: Responding variable: Contant variable: Apparatus and materials Arrangement of apparatus Procedure Tabulation of data Analysis of data Weight of water displaced Buoyant Force Density of the liquid Density Pressure Depth of the liquid Depth Pressure Density of the liquid