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# Marking Scheme Paper 3

Question
1

(a)(i)

Mark

## Manipulatedvariable = Depth of the rod immersed // d

Respondingvariable =

## Cross sectional area of rod // Density of liquid //

Gravitational Force, g
Spring

(ii)
Constantvariable
(iii)
(b)(i)
(ii)

(iii)
(c)

W0 = 9.3 N

## W = 8.5, 7.7, 7.0, 6.3, 5.6

All correct : 2 marks
At least 3 correct : 1 mark

d/cm
5.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0

W/N
8.5
7.7
7.0
6.3
5.6

## 1 mark 3 columns for d, W and F

1 mark correct units for each d, W and F
1 mark all values are consistent

F/N
0.8
1.6
2.3
3.0
3.7

(d)

## Drawthe graph of x againstW.

A - Labely-axis and x-axis correctly
B -States the unit attheaxis correctly
C -Both axes with the evenand uniform scale
D -5 points correctlyplotted:
E
F

## - at least 3 points correctlyplotted

-asmooth best straight line
-minimum sizeof the graph is 5 x 4squares of 2 cm x 2cm.
7
6-5
3-4
2
1

(a)(i)

(a)(ii)

x is directly proportional to

## Show the horizontal line to the y-axis, x = 1.0 m

1
Show the vertical line to the x-axis, = 1.6 x 10-3 Hz-1

(a)(iii)

- 5 marks
- 4 marks
- 3 marks
- 2 marks
- 1 marks

4.5 0
7.2 103 0

## State the correct value of the gradient with unit

m = 625 m Hz (with correct unit)

v =Kfx

(b)

= 0.2 (625)
1
-1

(c)

(d)

## = 125 m Hz // 125 m s (with correct unit)

decreases
State one correct precaution
The position of the eye must be perpendicular to the scale reading//
Repeat the experiment to get the average value//
Do experiment at open space
Total

12

12

(a)
(b)
(c)(i)

(ii)

(iii)

## State a suitable inference

The rise in temperature depends on the heat absorbed
State a relevant hypothesis
The higher the heat absorbed, the higher the rise in temperature
State the aim of experiment
To investigate the relationship between the heat absorbed and the rise in
temperature
State the manipulated variable and the responding variable
Manipulated : heat absorbed
Responding : rise in temperature
State ONE variable that kept constant
Volume/density of water/time of heating
Complete list of apparatus and materials
Thermometer, immersion heater,water,powersupply,beaker

Arrangement of apparatus :

Thermometer

(iv)
Water

## State the method of controlling the manipulated variable

1. The set-up of the apparatus is as shown in figure above.
2.The immersion heater with power, P of 20 W is used to heat up
the water for 3 minutes.

(v)

(vi)

## State the method of measuring the responding variable

3. The temperature, T is measured using thermometer. The rise of
temperature is calculated using formula
= final temperature initial temperature and recorded.

## Repeat the experiment at least 4 times

4. The experiment is repeated by using P =40, 60, 800 and 100 W

Tabulation of data:
Power /W // Heat/J

1
o

T// / C

T// / oC

Total marks

12

12

(a)

## State a suitable inference

Current induced/produced depends on the number of turns of coil

(b)

## State a relevant hypothesis

The greater the number of turns of coil, the greater the current induced

## (c) (i) State the aim of experiment

To investigate the relationship between the number of turns of coil and
current induced

## State the manipulated variable and the responding variable

Manipulated variable: the number of turns of coil on solenoid, n
Responding variable :magnitude of current induced, I

1
1

## State ONE variable that kept constant

Fixed variable :strength of bar magnet // height of magnet, h
// Resistance/diameter of wire

(vii)
Heat,Q/J

(ii)

.
(iii)

## Complete list of apparatus and materials

Ammeter/microammeter/galvanometer, retort stand, copper wire, connecting
wire

(iv)

Arrangement of apparatus :

(v)

## State the method of controlling the manipulated variable

1. The set-up of the apparatus is as shown in figure above.
2. Start the experiment with n=50 turns of coil on solenoid. Drop the
bar magnet into the solenoid at constant height of h=50 cm.

## State the method of measuring the responding variable

3. Record the magnitude of induced current produced by galvanometer.

## Repeat the experiment at least 4 times

4. Repeat the experiment by using n=60, 70, 80 and 90.

(vi)

50
60
70
80
90

Current, I

(viii)

Current, I

12

12

TOTAL