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# Name: Class: Score: /19 x 100 = % Chapter 7 Exercise 1 Learning Area: Light, Colour and Sight Learning Objective:

ive: Synthesising the formation of images by plane mirrors and lenses. 1. Diagram 1.1 shows a student looking at a plane mirror.

Diagram 1.1 (a) In the box below, draw the image seen by the student.

(b) State the characteristics of image formed by the plane mirror: (i) . (iii) . (v) (ii) . (iv)

(c) Diagram 1.2 shows a student standing 3 m from a plane mirror in a room. The student can see the image of the wall clock located 2 m behind him.

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Diagram 1.2 Diagram 1.3 shows the top view of the student in the room.

Diagram 1.3 (i) Distance between the student and the image of the wall clock: .. m (ii) The time shown by the wall clock is 9 a.m. Complete the image of the wall clock in the plane mirror as seen by the student.

## 2. Diagram 2.1 shows an object placed in front of a convex lens.

1 cm 1 cm

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2F object

2F

Diagram 2.1 (a) Complete the diagram above to show the formation of the image. (b) The size of the image: cm (c) The characteristics of the image formed: (i) . (ii) . 3. Diagram 3 shows an object placed in front of a lens. (iii) .

2F

object

2F

## Diagram 3 (a) Complete Diagram 3, to show the formation of the image.

(b) Tick ( ) the objects which form an image with the same characteristics as the image formed in Diagram 3.

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## Score: /17 x 100 = %

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Exercise 2 Learning Area: Light, Colour and Sight Learning Objective: Synthesising the formation of image by optical instruments. 1. Diagram 1.1 shows an object X in front of a pin-hole camera.

Pin-hole

Screen

Object X 50 cm Diagram 1.1 (a) (b) Draw a ray diagram to show the formation of image. The characteristics of the image formed: (i) .. (c) (ii) (iii) ..

Screen

## Object X 50 cm Diagram 1.2 Draw the images formed on the screen.

Screen

(d) Mark () the objects which form an image with the same characteristics as the image formed in Diagram 1.1.

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2. Diagram 2 shows a periscope being used for viewing things which are blocked by an obstacle. Distant object X: ..

wall

observer

Angle: ..

Diagram 2 On Diagram 2; (a) Fill in the boxes with suitable answer. (b) Complete the light rays from the object to the observer 3. Diagram 3 shows the structure of a camera.

## camera given below in Diagram 3. Aperture

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(b) State the function of the following parts: Parts Aperture Diaphragm Film Lens Function

Name: Class: Chapter 7 Exercise 3 Learning Area: Light, Colour and Sight

## Score: /26 x 100 = %

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Learning Objective: Analysing light dispersion. 1. Diagram 1 shows the arrangement of apparatus to study the formation of a spectrum. W White light Prism Y X

Diagram 1 (a) What happens to the white light at W? (b) Fill in the boxes below to show the arrangement of the colours formed in the spectrum from X to Y.

X
2. Diagram 2.1 and Diagram 2.2 show the formation of rainbow: Sunlight

Raindrops

A B Diagram 2.1 (a) Name the type of rainbow in Diagram 2.1. .. Sunlight (b) What colour produced at A and B? A B (c) Raindrops

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Diagram 2.2

(i) Name the type of rainbow in Diagram 2.2. .. (ii) What colour produced at A and B? A B (d) Complete the text below. Choose suitable answer from the list given. dispersion rain raindrops reflection dispersed sky white reverse d top bottom behind refracted

The Formation of Rainbow Rainbow can be seen after . . It is caused by the of sunlight by left suspended in the air. To see a rainbow, the observer must look at the .. which contains raindrops with the sun directly him. When light from the sun enters a raindrop, it is and .. inside the raindrop. In primary rainbow, the observer sees red at the ...and violet at the . while in secondary rainbow, its colours are . It is a result of double within the raindrops. Name: Class: .. Chapter 7 Exercise 4 Learning Area: Light, Colour and Sight Score: /17 x 100 = %

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Learning Objective: Analysing the addition and substraction of coloured lights. 1. Diagram 1 shows three coloured lights being shone on a white screen. Screen Observations:

Red

## Red P Green Green

Screen

S R

Q
Blue

Blue Diagram 1 List the colours produced: Area on the screen Coloured light P Q R S

2. State the colours formed on the screen when white light passes through filters M and N. Screen

## White light Filter M Filter N

Colour formed

Diagram 2
Filter M Blue Red Yellow Filter N Red Yellow Cyan Colour formed on the screen

Magenta Yellow Blue filter Red filter Screen Screen Cyan Magenta 3. Diagram 3 shows the colours formed on the screens when a beam of white light passes through the White White light filters aslight shown.

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Diagram 3

## Red light is formed

Study the information in the Diagram 3 and construct a concept regarding the actions of primary colour filters on white light. Your explanations should be based on the following; (a) Identify two information. (i) .. (ii) . (b) Identify two common features. (i) .. (ii) . (c) Relate the common features with the actions of the primary coloured filters in order to construct an initial concept. (d) State one example of the actions of the primary coloured filters and one non-example. Example: .. Non-example:.. (e) State the actual concept of the actions of the primary coloured filters. ..

Name: .. Class: Chapter 7 Exercise 5 Learning Area: Light, Colour and Sight Learning Objective: Analysing the effect of mixing pigments.

## Score: /21 x 100 = %

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1. Fill in the blanks with suitable answer from the list below. red naturally chemicals subtraction reflecting yellow plants insects absorbing particles

(i)

Pigments are fine solid ..................... that produce their colours by some colours and .. others.

(ii) Pigments can be obtained from and . It is also artificially obtained from organic .. (iii) The mixing of pigments is a process of the .. of colours. (iv) The primary colours used in mixing pigments are ., blue and ... 2. Diagram 1 shows the mixing of pigments. Label the colour produce.

Blue

Mixing pigments Red

Diagram 1

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