# Physics Paper 3 - Section B

PHYSICS 4531/3
SPM 2011

PAPER 3
Marking Scheme Included

Complied by :EN ADNAN SHAMSUDIN GURU CEMERLANG FIZIK Dengan Kerjasama :PANITIA FIZIK SMK SULTAN ISMAIL JOHOR BAHRU.

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Physics Paper 3 . describe an experiment framework to investigate the hypothesis stated in 4(b).Section B CHAPTER 2 1. elastic cord and other apparatus.1 Diagram 3. state clearly the following : (i) The aim of the experiment (ii) The variables in the experiment (iii) The list of apparatus and materials (iv) The arrangement of the apparatus (v) The procedure of the experiment. When the boy removes two of the boxes as shown in Diagram 4.2. Diagram 3.1 shows a diver is diving into the sea. It becom es more difficult to pull out the fish out of the water and the rod is getting bender in Diagram 3. Base on the information and observation above: (a) State one suitable inference. [1 mark] (c) With the use of apparatus such as a trolley. metal rod and other apparatus. describe an experiment framework to investigate the hypothesis stated in 3(b). Based on the information and obsevation above : (a) State one suitable inference.2 shows a diver is diving into the swimming pool.1 feel that his ear was sick. pulled out a fish out of the water as shown in Diagram 3. Difference forces are applied on the catapults. spring balance. [1 mark] (b) State one suitable hypothesis.2 Based on the observation above and your knowledge of pressure in liquid.1. retort stands and other apparatus. They are at the same depth but the diver in Diagram 3. A man who is fishing. [1 mark] (c) With the use of apparatus such as spring. (c) With the use of apparatus such as measuring cylinder.1. Diagram 3.1 Diagram 3.2 Based on the information and your observation above: (a) State one suitable inference. (b) State one suitable hypothesis. [1 mark] (b) State one suitable hypothesis. (b) State one suitable hypothesis. (a) State one suitable inference. Diagram 3 shows two catapults A and B made from same catapult rubber. Diagram 3. (vii) The way to tabulate the data. he experiences that the trolley move faster than before although the same force was applied. The boy experiences that the boxes on trolley move slowly. (viii) The way to analyse the data [10 marks] CHAPTER 3 3. (vii) The way to tabulate the data.2. ticker timer. (c) With the use of apparatus such as thistle funnel. (i) The aim of the experiment (ii) The variables in the experiment (iii) The list of apparatus and materials (iv) The arrangement of the apparatus (v) The procedure of the experiment. meter ruler and others. A boy pushes the boxes along a level walkway as shown in Diagram 3. (vi) Describe how to control the manipulated variables and how to measure the responding variables. Diagram 3. 8 N. (vi) Describe how to control the manipulated variables and how to measure the responding variables. (viii) The way to analyse the data [10 marks] 2. describe an experiment framework to investigate the hypothesis stated in 3(b) 4. ticker tape. In your description. describe an experiment framework to investigate the hypothesis stated in 4(b) 2 .

2 Based on the information and observation above: (a) State one suitable inference. Diagram 3.1 shows a half glass of hot coffee that is left for ten minutes.1 shows an aluminium foil which has been shaped into a boat and put into a water container. describe an experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in 3(b).Section B 5. Afiff measures the air pressure of the tyres of his car. He noticed that the air pressure one of the tyres is 200 kPa. Diagram 3.1 shows a worker pushing down on the piston of a clogged bicycle pump. (b) State one suitable hypothesis. as shown in Diagram 3.1 Diagram 3. spring balance and other apparatus. Afiff measured the air pressure. describe one experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in Question 3(b). (c) With the use of apparatus such as immersion heater. He found that the air pressure in tyre has increased to 240 kPa. a metal rod. Diagram 3.2 shows the same worker finding it harder to push the piston further down.Physics Paper 3 . Based on the above information and observation: (a) State one suitable inference. CHAPTER 4 6. describe an experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in 3(b). Based on the information and observation: (a) State one suitable inference (b) State one suitable hypothesis (c) With the use of apparatus such as a Bourdon gauge and the other apparatus. (b) State one suitable hypothesis. Based on the information and observation: (a) State one suitable inference (b) State one suitable hypothesis. It is notice that the hot coffee in Diagram 3. However the size of the tyre remains the same.2 shows the same piece of aluminium foil that has been crumpled and put into the same water container. (c) With the use of apparatus such as a measuring cylinder.1 cools down faster than Diagram 3. describe an experiment framework to investigate the hypothesis stated in 3(b). beaker and other apparatus. Diagram 3. Afiff also found that the tyre become hot after he arrived at Johor Bahru. Diagram 3. (c) With the use of apparatus such as Bourdon gauge. At Johor Bahru. Diagram 3.2 shows a full glass of similar hot coffee that is left for the same time. 3 . Before going to Johor Bahru. a round bottom flask and other apparatus. Diagram 3. 7.2. 8.

Diagram 3. Based on your observation on the volume of air trapped in the beaker. (b) State one hypothesis that could be investigated.1 shows a line under a glass block. Diagram 3. X and Y. (c) With the use of apparatus such as power supply. describe one experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in 3(b). An observer noticed that the image of the line formed in the glass block is nearer to the surface of the block. (b) State one hypothesis that could be investigated. Diagram 3. Diagram 3.1 10. with X containing more water than Y. (b) State one hypothesis that could be investigated 4 . (c) With the use of apparatus such as beaker.1 Diagram 3. Later on.Section B 9.2 Based on the information and observation: (a) State one suitable inference. 11. describe one experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in Question 3(b). (c) With the use of apparatus such as convex lenses.1 Based on the information and observation: (a) State one suitable inference (b) State one suitable hypothesis. describe an experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in 3(b). (a) State one suitable inference. immersion heater and other apparatus. After a few minutes it was observed that the water in pot Y is hotter than the water in pot X. he accidentally spilt the whole bowl of hot noodle soup onto Based on the information and observation: (a) State one suitable inference. thermometer immersion heater and other apparatus.2 shows the student using another convex lens to form a sharp image of the lamp.1 shows a student using a convex lens to form a sharp image of a lamp at the ceiling. beaker. (c) With the use of apparatus such as a tall beaker. Diagram 3. water and other apparatus and material. describe an experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in Question 3(b). 13. thick rubber tube and other apparatus. CHAPTER 5 12. Diagram 3. (c ) With use of apparatus such as a syringe .2 Observe the thickness of the lens and the distance from the lens to the image in both situations.2 shows an identical line under a Perspex block of the same size. a screen and other apparatus.1 shows two pot.Physics Paper 3 .1 shows an inverted beaker contains an air trapped is converted and immersed in the water. describe an experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in 3(b) Diagram 3. Diagram 3.2 shows the volume of air trapped in the beaker decreased when the beaker is pushed down in the water. Diagram 3.1 shows a boy accidentally spilt a few drops of hot noodle soup onto his hand and felt slight pain. (b) State one appropriate hypothesis that could be investigated. Diagram 3. Both the pot are heated. Based on the observation: (a) State one suitable inference. Diagram 3. Diagram 3.

(b) State one hypothesis that could be investigated. Loud sound can only be obtained at some seating positions with a certain distance from the loudspeaker.2 Based on the information and observation: (a) State one suitable inference. describe an experiment framework to investigate the hypothesis stated in 4(b).Physics Paper 3 . Diagram 4.1 shows a boy standing beside the road and a motorcycle moving towards the boy from a far distance. (c) With the use of apparatus shown in Diagram 4. Diagram 4 shows a man testing a newly bought audio system in a mini theatre by changing his seating position.3 and other apparatus. describe an experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in 4(b). 5 . 15.Section B CHAPTER 6 14.1 and diagram 4. stroboscope and other suitable apparatus. (c) With the use of apparatus such as ripple tank. Diagram 4.1 Diagram 4. Diagram 4.2 shows the interferance patterns formed by two continuous coherent water waves with different distance between two spherical dippers. Based on the information and the observation above: (a) State one suitable inference (b) State one suitable hypothesis.2 shows that the boy has to close his ears when the motorcycle has come nearer to him. Diagram 4. 16.

CHAPTER 7 18. audio signal generator and others to set your apparatus. 19. the distance beside two chairs must be set further apart so that the sound effect is good enough. Diagram 4 shows two audio technicians is going to set a close hall so that the audient can enjoy the sound perform by a singer clearly.1 shows a lamp which lights up with normal brightness when the dimmer knob is set at its minimum value. motor (12V). 17. loudspeakers and other apparatus. (b) State one hypothesis that could be investigated.2 show an identical bulbs connected to the conductor wires of identical length but of different thickness. 20. (a) State one suitable inference. When the workers bring the two speakers closely to another. (b) State one hypothesis that could be investigated. slotted weight and others apparatus.2 shows the lamp dimmer when the dimmer knob is set at its maximum value. (c) With the use of apparatus such as a dry cells. Based on the situation above.Section B Based on the observation above and your knowledge on waves phenomena. Diagram 4.c. Diagram 4. describe an experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in 4(b). Diagram 4. (a) State one suitable inference. (b) State one appropriate hypothesis that could be investigated. describe one experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in 4(b).1 Based on the situation above. (c) With the use of apparatus such loudspeakers. Diagram 4. (c) With the use of apparatus such as an audio generator. The works can be illustrated as shown in the Diagram 4. (c) With the use of apparatus such as d.1 and Diagram 4. describe an experimental framework to investigate the hypothesis stated in 3(b).Physics Paper 3 . Diagram 4. The worker notices that it takes a longer time to lift a heavier load to the top of the building. 6 . (a) State one suitable inference (b) State one hypothesis that could investigated. When the power supply is switched on. constantan wire and other apparatus. (a) State one suitable inference. describe an experiment framework to investigate the hypothesis stated in 3(b).1 shows a worker lifting a load using a reel and a pulley. the bulbs lighted with different brightness.

there are still wrinkles on the uniform. describe 7 . describe an experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in 4(b). Both electric bells in each diagram are same.2 and Diagram 4.Physics Paper 3 .1 and 4. 21. Diagram 4. Diagram 4. and other apparatus. describe an experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in 3(b). constantan wire. an immersion heater and the other apparatus.1. After the iron is switched on for a while. Diagram 4. Diagram 4. it is observes that the bell in Diagram 4.2 shows that the wrinkles are gone when the temperature control knob as shown in figure 4. When the switch is closed.2 shows the electric circuit consists with an electric bells. an ammeter.1 Diagram 4. Based on the observation above and your knowledge of electromagnet. switch and battery. Diagram 4.2 rings louder than the bell in Diagram 4.3 on the iron is turned. (b) State one hypothesis that could be investigated (c) With the use of apparatus such as dry cells.1 and Diagram 4. (b) State one suitable hypothesis.3 and using your knowledge of the effect of current on heating: (a) State one suitable inference (b) State one suitable hypothesis (c) With the use of apparatus such as beaker.2 Based on the information and observation: (a) State one suitable inference (b) State one suitable hypothesis (c) With the use of apparatus such as constantan wire . (c) With the use of apparatus such as solenoid. voltmeter and the other apparatus.1. 22. Based on the information and observation: (a) State one suitable inference. paper clips and othersdescribe an experiment framework to investigate the hypothesis stated in 4(b) Based on the observation on Diagram 4. Diagram 4. Both bulbs bright up with different brightness. 23.Section B an experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in 3(b).1 shows Aminah ironing her school uniform.2 show two night market stalls which are fixed with two identical bulbs that are connected to two identical car batteries 12 V with different length of connecting wires. (a) State one suitable inference.

Physics Paper 3 . When the switch is on.2 shows the observation of the machine when the current flows through the machine is increased. 8 . Diagram 4.2 show the electric bell which is connected to the similar batteries. (b) State one suitable hypothesis. (c) With the use of apparatus such as coil of copper wire. Diagram 4.Section B 24. soft iron core and other apparatus describe an experiment framework to investigate the hypothesis stated in 4(b). crocodile clips and other apparatus. small iron pins and other apparatus.2 ring loudly than the bell in figure 4. Base on the information and observation above: (a) State one suitable inference. The light gets brighter when the wheel turns faster. 26.1 shows an electromagnetic lifting machine used to lift scrap metal.1 and 4. Diagram 4. describe an experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in 4(b). The output of the dynamo is connected to a bicycle lamp.1 shows a cross-section of a bicycle dynamo which has a magnet and coil of insulated copper wire. Based on your observation (a) State one suitable inference (b) State one appropriate hypothesis that could be investigated (c ) With use of apparatus such as a insulated copper wire . galvanometer. The lamp will light up when the magnet is rotated by turning the wheel. describe an experiment to investigate the hypothesis stated in 3(b) 25. (c) With the use of apparatus such as copper wire. Diagram 4.1. the bell in figure 4. Based on the above information and observation: (a) State one suitable inference. (b) State one hypothesis that could be investigated.