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Question Paper

Level IGCSE

Subject Physics (0625)

Exam Board Cambridge International Examinations (CIE)

Topic General Physics

Sub-Topic 1.3 Mass and Weight

Booklet Question Paper

Score: /22

Percentage: /100

Grade Boundaries:

A* A B C D E U

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What is the weight of the object on Earth, and what is its weight on the distant planet?

on the distant

on Earth

planet

A 5.0 kg 12.5 kg

B 5.0 N 12.5 N

C 500 kg 200 kg

D 500 N 200 N

2 An astronaut in an orbiting spacecraft experiences a force due to gravity. This force is less than

when she is on the Earths surface.

Compared with being on the Earths surface, how do her mass and her weight change when she

goes into orbit?

A decreases decreases

B decreases unchanged

C unchanged decreases

D unchanged unchanged

3 A car travels 100 km. The journey takes two hours. The highest speed of the car is 80 km / h, and

the lowest speed is 40 km / h.

A 40 km / h B 50 km / h C 60 km / h D 120 km / h

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A acceleration

B force

C mass

D pressure

The object is taken to the Moon. The mass of the object is measured on the Moon.

A 0 kg

B more than 0 kg, but less than 5.0 kg

C 5.0 kg

D more than 5.0 kg

A Mass is a force.

B Mass is measured in newtons.

C Weight is a force.

D Weight is measured in kilograms.

B the gravitational potential energy of the object

C the internal energy of the object

D the mass of the object

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A a balance

B a barometer

C a manometer

D a measuring cylinder

9 A customer goes to a market and buys some rice. The stallholder pours rice into a dish that

hangs from a spring balance. He records the reading on the spring balance.

0 1 spring balance

6

5 2

4 3

rice

dish

The customer then buys some pasta and the stallholder notices that the reading on the spring

balance, with just pasta in the dish, is the same as it was with just rice in the dish.

A density.

B temperature.

C volume.

D weight.

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A 7 kg B 70 kg C 80 kg D 700 kg

there is a 1 kg sample of iron.

B the same temperature

C the same volume

D the same weight

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12 Two blocks of metal X and Y hang from spring balances, as shown in the diagrams.

N N

0 0

1 1

2 2

3 3

4 4

5 5

X

Y

A They have the same mass and the same volume but different weights.

B They have the same mass and the same weight but different volumes.

C They have the same mass, the same volume and the same weight.

D They have the same weight and the same volume but different masses.

13 A student stands with both feet on some scales in order to measure his weight.

The reading on the scales is 500 N. He lifts one foot off the scales and keeps it lifted.

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14 A child sits on a rubber ball and bounces up and down on the ground.

What stays the same when the ball hits the ground?

B the mass of the ball

C the shape of the ball

D the velocity of the ball

15 Which is the unit for force and which is the unit for weight?

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What happens to the mass and to the weight of the liquid in the cup?

A density

B energy

C pressure

D weight

18 A geologist places a small rock on the left-hand pan of a balance. The two pans are level as

shown when masses with a total weight of 23 N are placed on the right-hand pan.

Take the weight of 1.0 kg to be 10 N.

rock masses

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B Neither mass nor weight is a force.

C Only mass is a force.

D Only weight is a force.

What happens to the mass and what happens to the weight of the liquid in the cup?

21 A concrete post is carried up a very high mountain. At the top of the mountain, the gravitational

field is slightly weaker than at the bottom.

What is the effect of this weaker field on the mass and on the weight of the post at the top of the

mountain?

mass weight

A is less is less

B is less is unchanged

C is unchanged is less

D is unchanged is unchanged

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Compared with being on the Earths surface, how do her mass and her weight change when she

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A decreases decreases

B decreases unchanged

C unchanged decreases

D unchanged unchanged

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