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# Physics Past Year Questions 2010-2016

## (P3 Section B-Experiment Set Up)

Form 5

1. Waves
a and x - 2011
(Interference of water waves)
d and - 2013
(Refraction of water wave)

2. Electricity
Thickness of wire and Resistance of wire-In heating coil (A and R) - 2012
(2.2 The relationship between Electric Current and Potential Difference)
Thickness of wire and Resistance of wire (A and R)- In light bulb - 2015
(2.2 The relationship between Electric Current and Potential Difference)

3. Electromagnetism
Number of turn of coil, n and magnetic field strength - 2010
(3.1 The magnetic effect of a current-carrying conductor)
Current and turning force (Fan and current)- 2014
(3.2 The force on a current-carrying conductor in a magnetic field-Motor Principle)
Number of turns of wire, n and Current, I- 2016
(3.3 Electromagnetic Induction-dynamo Principle)

Forecast
i) Waves
1.1 Understanding Waves ( f and )
1.3 Refraction of waves ( d and )
1.5 Interference of waves ( a and x)
(Water or sound waves)

ii) Electricity
2.2 The relationship between electric current and potential difference
(length of wire and Resistance)

iii) Electromagnetism
3.1 The magnetic effect of a current-carrying conductor
(Current and magnetic field strength or number of turns of coil, n and magnetic field
strength)

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Form 4

## 2. Forces & Motion

a and m - 2010
(2.5 Effect of a Force- Newton 2nd Law)
Inertia -2015
( 2.5 Effect of a Force-Inertia)

## 3. Forces & Pressure

Depth, h and liquid pressure, P- 2013
(3.2 Pressure in liquid)
Archimedes Principle, (weight of liquid displace & buoyant force) -2014
(3.5 Archimedes Principle)

4. Heat
Boyles Law (Squeezing Balloon)- 2012
(4.4 The Gas Laws)
Boyles Law (Bubble rise to water surface)- 2016
(4.4 The Gas Law)

5. Light
Image of convex lens (camera)- 2011
(u and size of real image, u > f)
(5.4 Lenses)

Forecast

i) 2.12 Elasticity
(Hookes Law)
ii) 5.4 Lenses
(u and height of real image, u > f)
iii) 3.2 Pressure in liquid
(h and P or and P)
iv) 2.5 Effect of a Force- Newton 2nd Law
(m and a or F and a )
v) 3.1 Pressure
(Mass of object, m and pressure, P)
vi). 3.5 Archimedes Principle
(Depth of immersion and Buoyant Force)