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LIST OF EXPERIMENT

I = Volume of water displaced depends on the

weight of the load.

1. INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS H = When weight of the load increase, volume

of water displaced increase

slope.

H = The higher the slope, the higher the

acceleration

4. HEAT

H = When Volume decrease, pressure will in

creased

Mass and acceleration

H = When mass increase, the acceleration will

decrease

the water.

H = the higher the mass, the lower rise in

3. FORCES AND PRESSURE temperature

water displaced.

H = When the volume of displaced water

increased, the buoyant force will increase.

Temperature and volume (Charles law)

temperature

H = When temperature increase, volume of the

bottle increase.

between two consecutive constructive

interference, (loud sound) x

I = x depends on a

H = the higher the a, the lower the x

5. LIGHT

H = When object distance increase, the size of

image decrease

H = when depth of water increase, wavelength

increase

6. WAVES

consecutive bright fringe, x

fringe, x, depends on wavelength,

H = when increased, x increase

7. ELECTRICITY

length of the wire.

H = When length of the wire increases, the

resistance will increase

between two consecutive constructive

interference, x

I = x depends on a

H = when a increase, x will decrease

I = Resistance of the metal depend on its

temperature

H = When the temperature of the metal

increases, its resistance will increase

8. ELECTROMAGNETISM

amount of current.

H = when current increased, strength of

electromagnet increase

voltage

turn of secondary coil

H = when number of turn of secondary coil

increase, output voltage will increase

the number of the batteries.

H = When the current increases, the speed of

the rotation/force/displacement of the iron rod,

X increases.

9. ELECTRONICS

10. RADIOACTIVITY

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