JABATAN PENDIDIKAN SELANGOR PROGRAM PENINGKATAN PRESTASI SKEMA PEMARKAHAN PAPER 3 SECTION A

Question 1 (a)(i) (ii) (iii) (b) Marks 1 1 1 7 Answer Stating the correct manipulated variable. Length of wire// l Stating the correct responding variable. Potential difference// Voltage// V Stating a correct fixed variable. Thickness of wire// resistivity of wire// type of wire Tabulating results of the experiment 1. Labels l and V are shown 2. Correct unit for l and V 3. All readings of l are correct to one decimal place 4. Minimum 3 correct readings for V to 1 or 2 decimal place 5. All readings of V are correct to 1 decimal place l / cm 20.0 40.0 60.0 80.0 100.0 V/V 0.4 or 0.40 0.9 or 0.90 1.2 or 1.20 1.6 or 1.60 1.9 or 1.90

(c)

5

Plotting the l against V graph A. V on the y-axis and l on the x-axis. B. Units stated for both l and V correctly C. The scales on both axes are regular and not an odd scale. D. 5 points plotted correctly from table(reading is wrong, plotting from table correct, mark can be given) E. 3 points plotted correctly from table. F. Line of best fit. G. Graph size a minImum of 5×4 (5 boxes on y-axis, 4 boxes on x-axis). No of ticks Score 7 5 5-6 4 3-4 3 2 2 1 1 Stating the correct relationship V is directly proportional to l // V α l Voltmeter reading decrease Resistance decrease

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1.2

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0.4

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Question 2 (a)(i) (ii)

Marks 1 1 1 1

Answer h is directly proportional to t2 // h α t2 1. Show on graph with appropriate vertical and/or horizontal line corresponding to 44 cm 2. t2 = 0.088 3. t = (0.29 - 0.30) s 1. Drawing the gradient triangle Triangle size a minimum of 4ver x 3hor of 2 cm 2. Substitution (values from student’s triangle) 3. Answer with correct unit 500 cms -2 u = 0 ms -1 1. Show that h = m t2 2. Substitution of the gradient ½ g = 500 3. Answer with correct unit. 1000 cms-2 or 10 ms-2

(b)

3

(c) (i) (ii)

1 3

(c)

1

When measuring the values of h, make sure the eyes are perpendicular to the scale on the metre rule// Repeat the experiment to get an average value of t.

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Question 3 (a) Marks 1 Answer Making the right inference The mass of boiling water affects the heat (energy) given to the hand Building an appropriate hypothesis The bigger the mass , the greater the heat (energy) released Stating the aim of the experiment To study the relationship between the mass and heat (energy) released Stating the correct variables Manipulated variable : mass of water Responding variable : time taken// amount of heat Fixed variable : power of heater// increase in temperature List of appropriate apparatus and material Immersion heater, thermometer, water, stop watch (OR experiment involving the heating of slotted weights(massMV) in boiling water and then measuring the increase in temp(RV) infixed time of fixed amount of water) (iv) 1 Describing set up of the apparatus thermometer to power supply heater water beaker

(b) (c)(i)

1 1

(ii) 1 1 (iii) 1

(v) 1 1 1

vi) 1 viii) 1

Stating the procedure of the experiment 1.Set up the apparatus as shown 2. Use m = 50 g of water 3. Switch on the power supply, record the time taken, t for the water to change in temperature by 50°C 4. Repeat step 2 and 3 for m = 100g, 150g, 200g and 250g 5. Tabulate the data 6. Plot graph of t against m Tabulating data Show table with time,t and mass,m as headings Analysing data **This mark may be given t at the last line for procedure. m

Total

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Question 4 (a) Marks 1 Answer Making the right inference Rate of oscillations / frequency depends on the diameter/thickness of the string Building an appropriate hypothesis The thicker the diameter of the string, the lower the frequency// The thinner the diameter of the string, the higher the frequency Stating the aim of the experiment To investigate the relationship between the thickness of a wire and the frequency of the oscillations Stating the correct variables Manipulated variable : Thickness of wire Responding variable : Frequency of oscillation Fixed variable : Length of wire List of appropriate apparatus and material microphone, copper wires with different thickness or s.w.g, micrometer screw gauge / vernier calliper, CRO, retort stand, connecting wires CRO

(b)

1

(c)(i)

1

(ii) 1

(iii)

1 1

(iv)

1

Copper wire microphone

(v)

1 1 1

vi) 1 viii) 1

Describing set up of the apparatus Stating the procedure of the experiment 1.Set up the apparatus as shown. Tie up the copper wire to retort stand tightly 2.Start the experiment with the length 30 cm with diameter 1.0 mm. 3.Pull the string in the middle so that it will vibrate. Use a microphone and record the frequency of the waveform on the screen of CRO. 4. Repeat by using thre copper wire with the thickness 1.2, 1.4, 1.6, 1.8 and 2.0 mm. Tabulating data Show table with frequency,f and thickness, d as headings Analysing data **This mark may be given f at the last line for procedure. d

Total

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