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SMK BANDAR BINTULU PEPERIKSAAN PENGGAL 2 2010 UPPER SIX PHYSICS PAPER 1 1 HOUR 45 MINUTES

1. The dimension of angular velocity is STPM 05 -1 -2 AT C LT B LT-1 D L2T-1 2. A particle performs an oscillation without damping. Which of the following quantities is not constant for the oscillation?05 A Force C Total energy B Amplitude D Angular frequency 3. When sound waves propagate in air, two particles which are 0.2 m apart vibrate anti phase. If the speed of sound in air is 320 m s–1, the frequency of the sound waves is STP 05 A 64 Hz C 800 Hz B 80 Hz D 1600 Hz 4. Which of the following statements is not true of an electromagnetic wave? STP05 A It can be polarised. B It is a transverse wave. C It consists of vibrations in magnetic and electric fields. D The expression for its speed is√ . 5. The glass lens of a camera is coated with magnesium fluoride. The coating prevents the reflection of light of wavelength

565 nm. What is the minimum thickness of the coating? STP 06 [Refractive index of magnesium fluoride = 1.38, refractive index of glass = 1.50] A 94 nm C 102 nm B 98 nm D 141 nm 6. The current in a coil drops from 5.0 A to zero in 25 ms. An e.m.f. of 5.0 V is induced in the solenoid. What is the self-inductance of the solenoid? chp 6 A 10 mH B 25 mH C 50 mA D 125 mH 7. Four moving-coil galvanometers A, B, C and D use identical magnets, but the number of turns, area of each turn and the torsional constants of the hair springs are as shown in the table. Which galvanometer would give the largest defl ection when the same current fl ows in the galvanometers?chp 5 Galvanometer A B C D Number of turns(N) Area of each turn( cm2) Torsional constant( N m rad-1)

20

10

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40

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4

4

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0.02 0.02 0.02 0.04

D They require a medium for propagation. current in the circuit? A 0. infrared B Visible light.0 V 17.8.0 cm D 22. ultraviolet. What should be the value of Rf so that the output voltage V = + 6 V? A 40 kΩ B 50 kΩ C 80 kΩ D 100 kΩ . A lens made of glass with a refractive index of 1. where V is in volts and t is in seconds.34 m D –4. In the op-amp circuit shown. The focal length of the lens is chp 10 A 3. Which of the following groups of electromagnetic waves is arranged in order of decreasing wavelength ?chp 9 A Radio wave. The operational amplifier shown has an open-loop gain of 105.The voltage at the inputs are V1 = + 150 μV and V2 = + 50 μV. A concave mirror magnifies an object placed at a distance of 30 cm from the mirror.51 has a convex surface with a radius of curvature of 2. Which of the following has wavelength of 5 × 10-7m? chp 9 A visible light B Gamma-ray C Radio wave D Infrared 11.The voltage supply is ± 9.150 A B 0. X-rays. is supplied to a 50 μF capacitor.038 A 9.5 V.5 m. Rin = 20 kΩ and Vin = –1. visible light.12 m 15. A convex mirror has a radius of curvature of 18. An object is located 6.075 A C 0.0 V.0 V C –10.0 cm. The image is three times larger and upright. radio wave C Infrared.2 m. The alternating voltage V = 5 sin 300t. The image formed is chp 10 A virtual and 3. Which of the following is not a property of electromagnetic waves? chp 9 A They are transverse waves.0 V B +9.s. What is output voltage V ? A –9.0 cm from the mirror.28 m C –40 m B 4.053 A D 0. ultraviolet.6 cm behind the mirror B real and 7. infrared 10.5 cm 13. 12.0 cm C 35. The minimum distance between the object and the image formed by this lens is chp 10 A8m C 12 m B 10 m D 15 m 14. The focal length of a converging lens is 2.0 cm B 40. C They can be polarized. B They can be diffracted. What is the r.2 cm behind the mirror D real and 3.0 V D +10.8 m and a second concave surface with a radius of curvature of 1.m.6 cm in front of the mirror 16.2 cm in front of the mirror C virtual and 7. The focal length of the mirror is chp 10 A 45. gamma-rays D Gamma-rays.

c. The variation of the reactance with frequency of an a. and Z? Conductor A X B Y C Y D Z Capacitor Y X Z X Inductor Z Z X Y What is the output voltage V ? A V = 5V₁ + 2V₂ B V = 5V₁ – 2V₂ C V = – (4V₁ + 10V₂) D V = – (5V₁ + 11V₂) . Which of the following is not an advantage of using negative feedback in op-amp circuits? A Wider frequency range B More stable amplification C Less distortion at the output D The voltage gain is increased 20. the power dissipated from the heater varies with time as shown in the graph. and the output voltage V is as shown in figure (2). a capacitor and an inductor are represented (not in their respective order) by the graphs X. Y and Z as shown. voltage of the supply? A 240 V B 268 V C 379 V D 295 V 22.s. Which of the following shows the correct order of the graphs X.18. 21. for a conductor. In the op-amp circuit shown in figure (1). The voltages at the inputs of the opamp circuit shown are V₁ and V₂. What is the r. Y. the input voltage Vin varies sinusoidally with time. The op-amp in the circuit functions as A a voltage comparator B a digital-analogue converter C a summing amplifier D a buffer amplifier 19.m. When an electric heater of resistance 960 Ω is connected to an alternating voltage.

B The potential difference across both capacitors is V. The alternating voltage across an inductor is given by V = V0 sin 2πft. supply. A capacitor of capacitance C is charged to a potential difference of V. A conducting hollow sphere is charged. D The effective capacitance is ½C. The speed of the proton does not increase chp 1 A if it is stationary B if it is moving in the same direction as the electric field C if it moves in a direction perpendicular to the electric field D if it moves in the opposite direction to the electric field 27.23. C The total energy stored in both capacitors is ½ CV2. A proton is in a uniform electric field. 25. 28. Which of the following statements is correct? Chp 2 A The final charge on each capacitor is Q/2. What is the power dissipated from the lamp? A 15 W B 30 W C 60 W D 120 W chp 3 When the capacitance of the capacitor is increased. Which graph shows the variation of power P with time t for the inductor? . Which of the following is not zero? A The charge inside the sphere B The electric field strength inside the sphere C The electric potential inside the sphere D The potential difference between two points on the sphere (chp 1) 26. A the lamp gets brighter because the reactance of the capacitor decreases B the lamp gets brighter because the voltage across the capacitor increases C the lamp gets dimmer because the reactance of the capacitor increases D the lamp gets dimmer because the current in the circuit decreases 24. The charge on the capacitor is Q. A filament lamp L and a variable capacitor C are connected in series with an a. The charging voltage is disconnected and the capacitor is then connected to an uncharged capacitor of the same capacitance. A lamp that is rated 60 W 240 V is connected to a 120 V supply.c.

625 m. C The atomic planes slide over each other. In an experiment to measure the thermal conductivity of a good conductor. D Gamma rays have a higher frequency than infrared waves. helps increase the magnitude of the current flowing through the coil of the motor. C The back e. C When it is brightly lit. When a metal wire is stretched over a limit. Hall effect cannot be used to measure A the charge density B the magnetic flux density C the mass of charge carriers D the type of charge carriers 35. Which statement is not true of the back e.29. although the drift velocity of electrons is small. For a particle moving in a circle with a constant speed. D The magnitude of the back e. B When it is dimly lit.f. a long test sample is used so that stp 07 A the heat loss can be neglected B the steady state is easily achieved C the heat flow is parallel throughout the sample D the temperature difference between the two ends of the sample is sufficiently large 33.m. opposes the applied voltage. Which statement is true of an electromagnetic spectrum?stp07 A Radio waves are longitudinal waves. is caused by electromagnetic induction. 37. B Only the visible spectrum can be plane polarised. 32. B The metal is not a crystalline solid.m. D Immediately after it is switched off. it undergoes plastic deformation. C X-rays travel at a higher speed than ultraviolet waves.f. the physical quantity which is always constant is stp07 A displacement B acceleration C linear momentum D angular momentum 31.f. If the distance between the grating and the detector is 0. The first-order fringe is 8. When is the resistance of a filament lamp the lowest? Chp 3 A Before it is switched on. what is the wavelength of the electromagnetic wave used?stp07 A 295 nm C 1180 nm B 590 nm D 1190 nm .94 cm from the central fringe.m.f.m.f. Which statement is true of plastic deformation? Stp 07 A Stress is proportional to strain. of an electric motor? Stp07 A The back e. B The back e. increases if the speed of rotation of the coil of the motor is increased 36. 30. A lamp lights up immediately when the switch in a circuit is closed. This is because stp07 A the current flowing in the circuit is large B the potential difference supplied in the circuit is large C the random velocity of the electrons is large D all the free electrons drift simultaneously in the circuit 34. D The atoms are displaced a little from their equilibrium positions.m. A diffraction grating with 2400 lines per Centi metre is used to produce a diffraction pattern that is recorded by a detector.

C The resistivity increases when the length of the conductor increases. the wavelength of light used is. In a Young’s two-slit experiment.0° 44. Which of the following statements is true of the resistivity of a metal conductor? Stp06 A The resistivity depends on the type of metal.4° C 11.8° B 10.0° D 23. 39.40 Vm . The electric potential at point P is stp05 A 0. What is the angular separation between the first-order image and second-order image? A 10. Which of the following is not an advantage of using negative feedback in an op-amp? Set2 A Amplification is greater B Distortion of output is reduced C The op-amp is more stable D Amplification is constant for a wider frequency range 46. What is the path difference between waves from the two slits at a point on the second dark fringe from the central maximum? A C Bλ D 43.1° 45. A narrow slit is illuminated normally by monochromatic light of wavelength λ.38. What is the angular width of the central maximum? A 5. B The resistivity decreases when the temperature increases.20 V B 0.5° C 17. In a young’s double-slit experiment. A parallel beam of monochromatic light of wavelength 600 nm illuminates a diffraction grating normally.8° B 11.02 V C 0. both the slit are illuminated by the same light source so that light emerging from the two slits are set 3 A The same speed B The same path C The same plane of polarisation D The same constant phase difference .08 V D 0. D The resistivity is inversely proportional to the cross-sectional area of the conductor. When a resistor is connected directly to a sinusoidal voltage supply of 240 V rms. The image of an object which is formed by a convex mirror is always stp06 A real and big C virtual and big B real and small D virtual and small 40. The interference fringe pattern is formed on a screen in front of the slits. What are the resistances of the resistor and the power dissipated?stp05 Resistance Power dissipated A 24 Ω 1700 W B 24 Ω 2400 W C 34 Ω 1700 W D 34 Ω 2400 W 42. The electric field strength at point P at distance 20 cm from a point charge is -1 0. The width of the slit d = 5λ . There are 3000 lines per cm on the grating.80 V 41. the current has a peak value of 10 A. All waves that can be polarized must be A Progressive wave B Stationary wave C Longitudinal wave D Transverse wave 47.7° D 21.

Which of the following statements about an object which performs simple harmonic motion is true?stp06 A The acceleration is maximum when the velocity is maximum. Then the student blows again with the bottom of the pipe open. The bottom of the pipe is closed by a finger so that a fundamental tone of frequency f is produced. 50. Which of the following is not equivalent to the unit of energy?stp06 A Electron volt (eV) B Volt coulomb (V C) C Newton metre (N m) D Watt per second (W s-1) 49.48. The tone that the student hears has a frequency stp06 A equal to f B lower than f C higher than f D fluctuating in the range of f . A student blows across the top of a hollow bamboo pipe. D The maximum kinetic energy is greater than the maximum potential energy. B The acceleration is maximum when the displacement is maximum. C The maximum potential energy is greater than the maximum kinetic energy.