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Physics First Mid Semester Test for IGCSE Students 2014

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EXAMINATION

CANDIDATE

NAME

CANDIDATE

CLASS

CANDIDATE

NUMBER

TEST

September 2015

120 minutes

READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST

Write your candidate class, number and name on all the work you hand in.

Write in dark blue or black pen.

Do not use staples, paper clips, highlighters, glue or correction fluid.

You may use a pencil for any diagrams or graphs.

Answer all the questions.

CANDIDATE MAY USE CALCULATOR.

DICTIONARY MUST NOT BE USED.

WRITE ALL THE ANSWER IN 2 or 3 NUMBERS OF DECIMAL.

All answers should be given in their simplest form.

You must show all relevant working to gain full marks and you will be given

marks for correct methods even if your answer is incorrect.

The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part

question.

The total of the marks for this paper is 100.

Grade Thresshold:

For Examiners

Use

Score

SMAN SUMATERA SELATAN

MID SEMESTER EXAM

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Instructions:

Answer all the questions in the spaces provided.

Write in dark or blue pen.

1. There are seven kinds of base quantities; length, mass, time, current,

table below.

[5]

Base quantity

Symbol

S.I. Unit

metre

Unit

m

candela

cd

Length

Mass

Time

Current

Temperature

Luminous Intensity

Amount of subtance

2. Determine the derived unit for the following derived quantities below.

[10]

Derived

quantity

area

volume

Name of

Formula

area = length x width

volume = length x width

x height

Derived unit

mxm=m

derived

unit

m x m x m = m3

density

.......................

..

velocity

........................

m s-1

momentu

momentum = mass x

velocity

..........

Force

......................

..........

Newton (N)

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Name of

Derived

Formula

quantity

pressure

kinetic

potential

energy

derived

unit

pressure

K.E

energy

Derived unit

force

area

1

mass velocity 2

2

Pa

P.E = mass x

gravitational

...........

Joule (J)

acceleration x height

a. 500 700 kg

= .

b. 89 000 000 m/s

= .

c. 0.000 183 s

= .

d. 0.003 gram

= .........................................

[8]

4. Write the numbers below in standard prefixes:

a. 0.000 000 045 coulombs = .

b. 4 540 000 seconds = .

c. 0.000 015 farad

= .

d. 3 480 watt

= .

[8]

5. Write down the readings shown by the following micrometer screw gauges and

vernier caliper below, then report the result from the measurement.

The main scale in micrometer screw is (mm) and the main scale of vernier

caliper is (cm)

(a).

(b)

20

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Reading :

.

Reading :

[8]

Xo X

= ........................

(c)

= ........................

(d)

5

Reading :..............................

[8]

The reported result : (X) = Xo X

1

0

0

Reading : ..........................

0

0

= Xo X

= ........................

= ........................

shown in figure below.

Different loads are placed on the spring and the extension is measured each

time.

a. On figure above, mark clearly the extension caused by the load

[1]

b. The extensions for different loads are given in the table below.

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Load / N

extension / mm

0

1.0

2.0

3.0

4.0

0

10.0

20.5

31.0

41.5

(i) On figure below, plot these values, using cross (x), and draw the best

straight line for the points

[3]

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1. What does the letter N stands for? ..........................................

[1]

2. Use the graph to estimate the overall length of the spring when 2.5 N is

hanging from it.

7. (a)

(i) State the difference between a scalar quantity and a vector

quantity.

.......................................................................................................................

.......................................................................................................................

.......................................................................................................................

..........................................................................................

(ii) State three examples of a vector quantity.

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.......................................................................................................................

.......................................................................................................................

............................................................................................

[2]

(b) Figure below shows the top of a flagpole.

The flagpole is held vertical by two ropes. The first of these ropes has a

tension in it of 100 N and is at an angle of 60 o to the flagpole. The other

rope has a tension T, as shown.

The resultant force is down the pole and of magnitude 200 N.

In the space below, using a scale of 1 cm = 20 N, draw a scale drawing to

find the value of the tension T. Clearly label 100 N, 200 N, and T on your

drawing.

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8. Figure below shows a heavy ball B of weight W suspended from a fixed beam

by two ropes P and Q.

are each 30 N.

(a) In the space below, draw a scale diagram to find the resultant of the

tensions in P and Q. Use a scale of 1.0 cm to represent 5.0 N. Label the

forces and show their direction with arrows.

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(b)

State

the

direction

of

the

resultant. ...................................................................................... [1]

forwards with an increasing speed until it reaches its maximum speed at time

t = 48 s.

Figure below is the speed-time graph for the first 48 s of the journey.

(a) (i) State how the graph shows that, during the first 48 s of the journey,

the acceleration of the train is constant.

...................................................................................................................

...................................................................................................................

...................................................................................................................

.............................................................................. [1]

(ii) Calculate the acceleration of the train during the first 48 s of the

journey.

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(b) After time t = 48 s, the train continues at its maximum speed for another

72 s.

(i) On the graph above, sketch the speed-time graph for the next 72 s of

the journey [1]

(ii) Determine the total distance travelled by the train in the 120 s after

it starts moving.

10. A rocket, initially at rest on the ground, accelerates vertically.

It accelerates uniformly until it reaches a speed of 900 m/s after 30 s.

After this period of uniform acceleration, the rocket engine cuts out. During

the next 90 s, the upward speed of the rocket decreases uniformly to zero.

(a) On figure below, plot a speed-time graph for the rocket for the first 120 s

of its flight.

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[4]

(b) Using the graph,

(i) calculate the acceleration during the first 30 s

(ii) Determine the height reached by the rocket after 120 s.

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