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1. Which statement is correct about the meaning of vector quantity?


A. It is a base quantity
B. It can be measured
C. It has magnitude and direction
D. It is a product of two or more physical quantities
2. A physical quantity is given by the equation b= 2 mk . The unit for k is kg m2 s-2 while
the unit for m is kg. What is the SI unit for b?
A. kg m2 s-2
B. kg m s-1
C. kg m2 s-3
D. kg m s-2
3. Which measurement is the shortest?
A. 2.55 x 102 m
B. 2.55 x 106 mm
C. 2.55 x 1011 m
D. 2.55 x 10-2 km
4. Diagram 1 shows a measuring instrument

Diagram 1
The instrument is used to measure
A. Length
B. Weight
C. Density
D. Extension

5. Which measuring instruments is the most sensitive?

6. Diagram 2 shows a graph of p against q.

Diagram 2
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Which equation shows the correct relationship between p and q?


A. p = 10 2q
B. p = -2q 5
C. p = 2q + 10
D. 2q = p 5
7. Diagram 3 shows a circular track with a radius of 20 m.

Diagram 3
A boy started from point Y and ran round the circular track for two laps. What is the
displacement of the boy when he finished his run at point Y?
A. 0 m
B. 40 m
C. 126 m
D. 252 m
8. Diagram 4 shows a velocity time graph for a moving object.

Diagram 4
Which part of the graph shows the object moving with constant acceleration?
A. PQ
B. QR
C. RS
D. ST
9. Why does a passenger lean towards the left when the car turns right?
A. Because of gravity
B. Because of reaction force
C. Because of inertia
D. Because of momentum
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10. Diagram 5 shows a basket of fruits with a mass of 2 kg placed on a smooth surface. A
force of 5 N acts on the basket for 6 seconds.

Diagram 5
What is the change in momentum of the basket?
A. 6 kg m s-1
B. 12 kg m s-1
C. 15 kg m s-1
D. 30 kg m s-1
11. Diagram 6 shows a block P of mass of 5.0 kg being pulled along a frictionless surface by
a block Q over a smooth pulley.

Diagram 6
What is the mass of block Q if both blocks are moving at a constant velocity?
A. 1.0 kg
B. 2.5 kg
C. 3.0 kg
D. 5.0 kg

12. Which phenomenon shows the effect of impulsive force?

13. Diagram 7 shows a test of air bags in a car.

Diagram 7
What is the function of air bag?
A. To increase time of impact
B. To decrease momentum
C. To increase impulsive force
D. To increase friction
14. Diagram 8 shows a Ferris wheel in an amusement park.

Diagram 8
At which position will a person on the Ferris wheel have the largest potential energy?
A. P
C. R
B. Q
D. S
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15. Diagram 9 shows a coconut falling from a tree.

E.
F. Diagram 9
G.
H. Which displacement time graph represents the motion of the coconut?

I.
J.
16. Diagram 10 shows two boys pull a boat with force 40 N and 30 N respectively.

K.
L. Diagram 10
M.
N. What is the magnitude of the resultant force acting on the boat?
A. 70.0 N
C. 54.3 N
B. 55.9 N
D. 43.3 N
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E.
17. Diagram 11 shows a wooden block is placed on the smooth surface of a table.

F.
G. Diagram 11
H.
I. Which statement describes the motion of wooden block, when a load of 1 kg is
released?
A. Remain stationary
B. Moves with a uniform velocity
C. Moves with a uniform acceleration
D. Moves with increasing acceleration
J.
18. Diagram 12 shows Hazran lifting 60 kg of load.

K.
L. Diagram 12
M.
What is work done in lifting the load?
50 J
72 J
500 J
720 J

N.
A.
B.
C.
D.
O.
19. Diagram 13 shows a graph of force against extension for two springs P and Q that have
the same original length.

P.
Q. Diagram 13
Based on the graph, which statement is correct?
Spring P is stiffer than spring Q
Spring P stores more elastic potential energy than spring Q
Spring P has greater coil diameter that spring Q
Spring P has a smaller force constant that spring Q

R.
A.
B.
C.
D.
S.
20. Diagram 14 shows P and Q are two spring arrangements mad of identical springs. P and
Q are stretched using similar loads

T.
U. Diagram 14
V.
W. Which graph shows the relationship between the load weight, F and extension of
spring, x, for P and Q?

X.
Y.

21. Among these situations, which can damage wooden floor that can withstand only 2 x 10 5
Pa pressure?
A. A block of cement with a weight of 2 x 105 N and a surface area of 10 m2
B. An elephant with a weight of 3 x 104 N and total area of footprints are 0.2 m2
C. Amy with a weight of 500 N wears small heeled shoes that have surface area of
0.0002 m2.
D. Amir with a height of 400 N wears sport shoes with surface area of 0.03 m2.
Z.
22. Which factor does not affect the pressure at a point in the liquid?
A. Depth of liquid
B. The density of liquid
C. Surface area of a liquid
D. Gravitational acceleration
23. Diagram 15 shows a submarine moving up towards the surface of the sea.

AA.
AB.

Diagram 15
AC.
AD.
Which of the relationship is correct?
A. Buoyant force is equal to the weight of the submarine
B. Buoyant force is larger than the weight of the submarine
C. Buoyant force is smaller than the weight of the submarine
AE.
24. Why are the water storage tanks of houses placed at a higher level?
A. To prevent contamination of the water
B. To decrease the gravitational force on the water
C. To increase the water pressure at the taps
D. To decrease the rate of evaporation of the water
AF.
25. Diagram 16 shows a round bottom flask filled with water.

AG.
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AH.

Diagram 16

AI.
AJ. Which statement is false when the piston is pushed into the flask?
A. The force on the piston exerts a pressure on the surface of the water
B. The water in the flask is compressed
C. Water spurts out of the holes in all directions
D. Pressure is transmitted throughout the water
AK.
AL.
AM.
AN.
AO.
AP.
26. Diagram 17 shows the level of liquid P and liquid Q after some air has been sucked out
through R.

AQ.
AR.

Diagram 17
AS.
AT.The level of liquid P in the tube Y is higher than the level of liquid Q in tube Z
because
A. The diameter of tube Y is smaller than the diameter of tube Z.
B. The density of liquid P is lower than the density of liquid Q.
C. The pressure of the air in W is lower than the pressure of the air in X
D. The pressure on the surface of liquid P is higher than the pressure of the surface of
liquid Q
AU.
27. Diagram 18 shows a manometer connected to a gas tank.

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AV.
AW.
Diagram 18
AX.
If the atmospheric pressure is 76 cm Hg, which statement is true about the
pressure of gas in the tank?
A. Equal to 76 cm Hg
B. Larger than 76 cm Hg
C. Smaller than 76 cm Hg
D. Equivalent to 0 cm Hg
AY.
AZ.
BA.
BB.
28. Diagram 19 shows a manometer tube filled with mercury and liquid X.

BC.
BD.

Diagram 19
BE.
BF.What is the height, h of the liquid X?
BG.
(Density of mercury = 13 600 kg m-3 and density of liquid X = 3 400 kg m-3)
A. 8 cm
B. 16 cm
C. 32 cm
D. 64 cm
BH.
29. Diagram 20 shows a hydraulic system

BI.
BJ. Diagram 20
BK.
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BL.
Which pair of forces X and Y is true?
BM.
BN. Force X
BO. Force Y
BP.
A
BQ. 20
BR. 200
BS.
B
BT.
60
BU. 900
BV. C
BW. 80
BX. 480
BY. D
BZ. 100
CA. 1000
CB.
30. Diagram 21 shows the weight of an object X is measured in the air and then in the water.

CC.
CD.

Diagram 21

CE.
CF.What is the reading of y?
CG.
(The density of water = 1000 kg m-3)
A. 2.5 N
B. 7.5 N
C. 10.0 N
D. 12.5 N
CH.
31. Diagram 22 shows the water levels in three vertical tubes when air is flowing through a
uniform tube.

CI.
CJ. Diagram 22
CK.
CL.
Which diagram shows the correct water levels when air is flowing through a
non uniform tube?

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CM.

CN.
32. Diagram 23 shows a car

CO.
CP.Diagram 23
CQ.
Physics principles which contribute to the stability of the car when it
accelerates and move at high speed is
A. Pascals Principle
B. Bernoullis Principle
C. Archimedes Principle
CR.
33. Diagram 24 shows a car jack used in a tyre workshop.

CS.
CT.Diagram 24
CU.
CV.
Which principle is used to operate the car jack?
A. Principle of conservation of momentum
B. Archimedes principle
C. Bernoullis principle
D. Pascals principle
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CW.
34. What concept is used when a mercury thermometer measures temperature?
A. Vaporisation
B. Fusion
C. Heat capacity
D. Thermal equilibrium
CX.
35. Mercury is used in the liquid in glass thermometer because it
A. Sticks to the glass wall
B. Has low boiling point
C. Expands and contracts uniformly
D. It transparent and easier to read
CY.
36. Diagram 25 shows a stone at 60oC is immersed in a cooler liquid Y.

CZ.
DA.
Diagram 25
DB.
Thermal equilibrium is reached when
A. Volume of stone = volume of liquid
B. Mass of stone = mass of liquid Y
C. Temperature of stone = temperature of liquid Y
D. Specific heat capacity of stone = specific heat capacity of liquid Y
37. What happens to the water molecules when water is heated?
A. The size of the molecules increases
B. The kinetic energy of the water molecules increases
C. The potential energy of the water molecules decreases
D. The distance between the water molecules decreases.
DC.
38. Diagram 26 shows sea breeze phenomenon

DD.
DE.

DG.

Diagram 26
DF.
Which physics concept explains the phenomenon?
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A. Thermal equilibrium
B. Specific heat capacity
C. Specific latent heat
D. Thermal conductivity
DH.
39. The specific latent heat of vaporisation of water is 2.26 x 106 J kg-1.
DI. Which statement is correct?
A. 2.26 x 106 J of heat energy is required to raise the temperature of water to 100oC
B. 2.26 x 106 J of heat energy is required to change water to steam
C. 2.26 x 106 J if heat energy is required to boil the water
D. 2.26 x 106 J if heat energy is required to boil 1 kg of water to steam
DJ.
40. Diagram 27 shows a cooling curve of a substance.

DK.
DL.
Diagram 27
DM.
Which of the phases A, B, C or D, shows the substance is in solid and liquid at
the same time?
41. The air pressure in the tyre of car is 210 kPa at an initial temperature of 25 oC. After a long
journey the air temperature has increased to 35oC.
DN.
What is the air pressure in the tyre after the journey?
A. 150 kPa
B. 217 kPa
C. 294 kPa
D. 437 kPa
DO.
42. Diagram 28 shows the length of an air trapped column at 27oC.

DP.
DQ.

Diagram 28
DR.
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DS.
What is the length of the air column at 100oC?
A. 1.35 cm
B. 4.02 cm
C. 6.22 cm
D. 18.52 cm
DT.
43. Which graph shows the relationship between the volume and the temperature of the fixed
mass of gas at constant pressure?
DU.

DV.
44. Diagram 29 shows an object placed in front of a plane mirror.
DW.
Which is the correct position of its image?

DX.
DY.

Diagram 29
DZ.
45. Diagram 30 shows Yusuf is conducting an eye test. The distance between Yusuf and the
object is 2.5 m.

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EA.
EB. Diagram 30
EC.
ED.
If the distance between Yusuf and the image is 7 m, what is the distance
between Yusuf and the plane mirror?
A. 2.25 m
B. 2.50 m
C. 3.50 m
D. 7.00 m
EE.
46. Diagram 31 shows a vehicle with word AMBULANCE in front of it.

EF.
EG.

Diagram 31
EH.
EI. What is the characteristics of image from a plane mirror to explain the situation?
A. Real
C. Inverted
B. Virtual
D. Laterally inverted

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47. Diagram 31 shows the path of a laser beat through an aquarium filled with water.
E.

F. Diagram 31
G.
H. Name the light phenomena that occur at X and Y.
I.
J.
K.
X
L.
Y
M.
N.
Refraction
O.
Reflection
A
P.
Q.
Reflection
R.
Refraction
B
S.
T.
Refraction
U.
Total internal reflection
C
V.
W.
Total internal reflection
X.
Refraction
D
Y.
Z.
48. Diagram 32 shows an object, O, that lies underneath a glass block and its image, I, is
observed from position directly above the glass block.

AA.
AB.

AD.
AE.

Diagram 32
AC.
The refractive index, n is determined by

A.

n=

Q
R

B.

n=

Q+ R
Q

C.

n=

R
Q+ R

D.

n=

Q
Q+ R

49. Which of the following states the correct applications of concave and convex mirror?
AF.
AG.
AH. Concave mirror
AI.
Convex mirror
AJ.
AK. Mirror at a sharp corner of the road
AL. Rear view mirror in a car
A
AM.
AN. Dentists mirror
AO. Make up mirror
B
AP.
AQ. Dentists mirror
AR. Rear view mirror in a car
C
AS.
AT.
Mirror at a sharp corner of the road
AU. Make up mirror
D
AV.
50. Diagram 33 shows a light ray enters the glass block with an angle.

AW.
AX.
Diagram 33
AY.What is the critical angle of the glass block?
A. 39o
B. 42o
C. 50o
D. 69o