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Marking scheme Paper 3 Trial SPM 2009 – Negeri Sembilan

Question 1
Mark Section Answer

1 1 (a)(i) State the manipulated variable correctly


Temperature
1 (ii) State the responding variable correctly
Pressure

1 (iii) State the constant variable correctly


Volume // Mass

7 (b)(i) Record the reading in the space provide don page 3


All 5 values of P are correct give one 
The values of P are consistent give one 
Tabulate the results correctly
Quantities of θ and P shown in the table give one 
(ii)
State the units of Ѳ and P correctly. give one 
The values of P is consistent to one decimal places, give one 
All 5 values of P-3 correct- give two 
(If 3 /4 values are correct give one  ; If < 3 , 0 )

Temperature,θ /0C Pressure,P/ kPa

10 100.0

25 110.0

40 115.0

55 120.0

70 125.0

85 130.0

Full marks : 7

5 (c) 5 Draw a complete graph of P against θѲ


P/ kPa

θ /0 C

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Tick  based on the following aspects;.
- P on the –y axis and Ѳ on the –x axis give 
- Both axes are marked with uiniform scale and not odd scale
( 1, 2, 4, 5, 10) give 
- All five points are plotted corectly (+/- 1 mm/ ½ square box) give 
(Only three points plotted correcly , give )
- Best fitted straight line is drawn give 
(berdasarkan keseimbangan bilangan titik di atas dan di bawah garisan
sama banyak.. Titik paling jauh dari garisan tidak lebih 0.5 cm)
Reject : curve line
- Show the minimum size of graph at least 5 (vertical) x 4 (horizontal) square
box (2 cm x 2 cm) give 
( Dikira dari asalan hingga titik akhir jika mula dari asalan)
Score :
Number of  Score

7 5

5-6  4

3-4  3

2 2

1 1

Total marks : 5 marks

1 (d) State the correct relationship between P and θ


P increasing linearly to θ

16 marks

Question 2

Mark Section Answer

1 2 (a)(i) Decreasing linearly

2 (ii) 1 Show extrapolation of graph at 1/u axis = 0.05 cm-1,


Draw line 1/v =0.05 cm-1
2 v = 20.0 cm
3 (iii) 1 Extrapolation of graph
2 y- intercept = 1/f = 0.1 m
3 f = 10.0 cm

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3 (iv) 1 Show a triangle with size at least 4x 5

2 m = 0.03- 0.08 = - 0.05


0.07- 0.02 0.05

3 = - 1.0 cm

2 (b) 1 P = 100 (error carry forward from 2(a)(iii)


10

2 P = 10 D

1 (d) The object must be on the principal axis of the lens in order to produce the
image
or
The eye of the observer must be perpendicular to the scale of the ruler to avoid
parallax error

12 marks

Question 3

Mark Section Answer

1 3 (a) The different shape of platisicine , give different buoyant force

1 3 (b) When the surface area increase, the buoyant force increase

1 3(c)(i) Aim of experiment :


To determine the buoyant force acting on an object in different states of
flotation
3(c)(ii) Variables in the experiment:

1 Manipulated variable:Height of the iron bar


Responding variable:Reading of the spring balance

Fixed/ constant variables:Volume of the water


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List of apparatus and materials
1 3(c) Measuring cylinder, a metal rod, spring balance and metre rule,
(iii) beaker, water, retord stand

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1 3 (c) Arrangement of apparatus
(iv)

spring balance

Procedure
1. The meter rule was clipped to the retort stand beside of the iron bar.
3 3 (c) 2. The height of the iron bar is set at h = 20.0 cm
(v) 3. The iron bar is immersed into the water. The reading of the spring balance
is recorded.
4. Step 2 and 3 is repeated for the height, h= 25.0 cm, 30.0 cm, 35.0 cm and
40.0 cm.

Tabulation of data
1 3 (c)
(vi) Height , h/cm Weight, W/ N
20.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0

3 (c) Analysis of data:


Draw a graph of weight, W against height, h
(vii)
1 Weight, W / N

Height, h

12 marks

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Question 4
Mark Section Answer

1 4 (a) The faster the speed, the brighter the bulb


The brightness of the light is influenced by the speed of the wheel.
1 4 (b) When the speed increased, the current in the coil produced increased

1 4 (c)(i) Aim of experiment :


To determine the relationship between the velocity of the magnet and the
magnitude of the induced current
4(c)(ii) Variables in the experiment:
Manipulated variable :Speed of the magnet
1 Responding variable :Galvanometer reading

1 Fixed/ constant variables :Number of turns in the coil

1 List of apparatus and materials


4 (c) Galvanometer, connecting wire, permanent bar magnet, a coil of copper wire,
(iii) meter rule, retort stand.
1 4 (c) Arrangement of apparatus
(iv)

Centre-zero
galvanometer
3 4 (c) Procedure
(v) 1.The meter rule is clipped to the retort stand beside the copper wire that
coiled to a solenoid.
2. The height of the bar magnet is set at h = 100 cm
3. The bar magnet is released into the solenoid. Reading of the galvanometer
is recorded
4. Step 2 and 3 is repeated for the height, h= 80cm, 60 cm, 40 cm and 20 cm.

Tabulation of data
1 4 (c)
(vi) Height , h/cm Galvanometer reading/ V

100.0
80.0
60.0
40.0
20.0

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1 4 (c) Analysis of data:
(vii) Draw a graph of V against h

Galvanometer reading/ V

Height, h

12 marks