# TOPIC: PRESSURE (CLASSWORK) 1. The figure shows a rectangular wooden block of density 900 kg m -3 placed on a horizontal ground. a.

Find the volume of the wooden block. 3m b. Find the mass of the wooden block. 1m c. Find the force exerted by the block on the ground. d. What is the greatest pressure exerted on the ground 2m by the block? e. Determine the least pressure exerted on the ground by the block. [Take g = 10 N kg -1]

2. A cube of side 0.2 m rests on the floor as shown. Given that the cube has a density of 7 g cm -3, what is the pressure exerted by the cube on the floor? 0.2 m [Take g = 10 N kg -1]

3. A cube of side X rests on the floor as shown. Given that the pressure exerted by this cube on the floor is P, what is the pressure exerted by another cube of the same material of side 4X? [Take g = 10 N kgX-1]

4X

4. The figure shows a rectangular container with cross -sectional area 2 m 3 filled with water and liquid Y of density 800 kg m 3. The container is placed in a room where the barometer reading is 760 mm Hg. [Density of water = 1000 kg m -3, density of mercury = 13 600 kg m -3. Take g = 10 N kg -1] a. Find the pressure due to liquid Y. Liquid Y 1m b. Find the force acting on the water surface due to liquid Y. 0.5 m Water c. Find the pressure and the force at the bottom of the container.

5. A block of dimension 0.2 m x 0.3 m x 0.4 m rests on the floor as shown. Given that the block has a density of 5 g cm -3, what is the highest pressure the block can exert on the floor? [Take g = 10 N kg -1]

Revision question 6. A box of mass 2 kg is lifted vertically upwards by 3 m. Given that the acceleration due to gravity is 10 m/s 2, what is the gravitational potential energy gained by the box? 7. A box of mass 500 g is moving at a constant speed of 72 km/h. What is the kinetic energy of the box? TOPIC: PRESSURE (CLASSWORK) 1. The figure shows a rectangular wooden block of density 900 kg m -3 placed on a horizontal ground. a. Find the volume of the wooden block. 3m b. Find the mass of the wooden block. 1m c. Find the force exerted by the block on the ground. d. What is the greatest pressure exerted on the ground 2m by the block? e. Determine the least pressure exerted on the ground by the block. [Take g = 10 N kg -1]

2. A cube of side 0.2 m rests on the floor as shown. Given that the cube has a density of 7 g cm -3, what is the pressure exerted by the cube on the floor? 0.2 m [Take g = 10 N kg -1]

3. A cube of side X rests on the floor as shown. Given that the pressure exerted by this cube on the floor is P, what is the pressure exerted by another cube of the same material of side 4X? [Take g = 10 N kgX-1]

4X

4. The figure shows a rectangular container with cross -sectional area 2 m 3 filled with water and liquid Y of density 800 kg m 3. The container is placed in a room where the barometer reading is 760 mm Hg. [Density of water = 1000 kg m -3, density of mercury = 13 600 kg m -3. Take g = 10 N kg -1] a. Find the pressure due to liquid Y.

Liquid Y 1m 0.5 m

b. Find the force acting on the water surface due to liquid Y. c. Find the pressure and the force at the bottom of the container.

5. A block of dimension 0.2 m x 0.3 m x 0.4 m rests on the floor as shown. Given that the block has a density of 5 g cm -3, what is the highest pressure the block can exert on the floor? [Take g = 10 N kg -1] Revision question 6. A box of mass 2 kg is lifted vertically upwards by 3 m. Given that the acceleration due to gravity is 10 m/s 2, what is the gravitational potential energy gained by the box? 7. A box of mass 500 g is moving at a constant speed of 72 km/h. What is the kinetic energy of the box?