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4 1.

Exponential graph
2. The time taken for the activity to become
half of its initial value is constant
3. The time taken for the activity of P to be
half its initial value is constant //5 hrs
4. The time taken for the activity of Q to be
half its initial value is constant //100 s
BAHAGIAN SEKOLAH BERASRAMA 5. Half-life
PENUH
DAN SEKOLAH KLUSTER
5 1. Density of air in Diagram 5.1 is higher
than in Diagram 5.2// vice versa
2. The number of load in Diagram 5.1 is
greater than in Diagram 5.2// vice versa
3. The height of the balloons in both
Diagram 5.1 and Diagram 5.2 are equal
4. When the density of the air increase, the
buoyant force increase
5. As the density of the air increase, the
weight of the load carried increased// As
the density of the air decrease, the weight
of the load carried also decreased
CONCEPTUALISING ANSWERS SCHEME
1 1. The object distance in Diagram 1.1 is
closer than in Diagram 1.2 6 1. Number of oscillations in Diagram 6.1 is
2. The image distance in Diagram 1.1 is higher than in Diagram 6.2
further than in Diagram 1.2 2. The amplitude of the wave in Diagram
3. The size of image in Diagram 1.2 is larger 6.1 is the same as in Diagram 6.2
than in Diagram 1.2 3. The diameter of guitar string in Diagram
4. The further the object distance, the closer 6.1 is smaller than diameter of the string
the image distance in Diagram 6.2
5. The further the object distance, the 4. When the diameter of the string increase
smaller the size of image , the frequency of the wave decrease
5. The higher the frequency , the higher is
2 1. The N-pole in Diagram 2.1 is moved into the pitch// As the frequency of the sound
the solenoid, the N-pole of the magnet in decrease, the pitch of the sound also
Diagram (b) is moved out of the decreased
solenoid
2. The galvanometer pointer in Diagram 2.1
deflects to the right; the galvanometer 7 1. Density diagram 7.1 < density diagram
pointer in Diagram 2.2 deflects to the left 7.2
3. When N-pole is moved into the coil, the 2. Refractive index 7.1 < Refractive index
top of the coil is a N-pole,and tends to 7.2
repel the magnet 3. Angle of refraction in diagram 7.1 > angle
4. When the N-pole is pulled out of the coil, of refraction in diagram 7.2
the top of the coil is a S-pole, and thus 4. The higher the density the smaller the
attracting the receding N-pole angle of refraction
5. The direction of the induced 5. The higher the refractive index the
electromotive force acts in such a way as smaller the angle of refraction.
to oppose the action which produces it.

3 1. Apparent weight in Diagram 3.3 > 8 1. Refractive index digram 8.1 larger than
Diagram 3.2// vise versa diagram 8.2
2. Weight lost in Diagram 3.2 > Diagram 2. Refraction angle diagram 8.2 is smaller
3.3 // vise versa than diagram 8.1
3. Density of water > density of oil 3. Critical angle diagram 8.1 larger than
4. The greater the density of liquid, the diagram 8.2
greater the weight lost/ less apparent 4. When the refractive index is large,
weight// Directly proportional 5. the critical angle is small
9 1. The bulb in parallel circuit // Diagram
9.2 is brighter than those in series circuit
// Diagram 9.1
2. The potential difference across each bulb
in the parallel circuit is the same as that
of the battery // dry cell
3. The potential difference across each bulb
in the series circuit is smaller than that
of the battery // dry cell
4. The current flowing through each bulb in
the parallel circuit is higher than the
current flowing in the series circuit
5. When the potential difference across
each bulb is higher, the current flowing
through it
6. is also higher and the bulb is brighter.

10 1. The coin is heavier than the feather


2. Both objects reach the ground at the
same time
3. While falling, both objects are at the
same position/ both objects travel the
same distance at any time
4. The coin and the feather have the same
increase in velocity
5. All objects falling under the influence of
same gravitational field strength

11 1. In diagram 11.1, distance between the


double-slit and screen, D is smaller
2. In diagram 11.1, distance between two
successive bright fringes, x is smaller
3. In diagram 11.1, the number of fringes is
bigger
4. In diagram 11.1, the width of fringes is
smaller
5. When the distance between the double-
slit and screen, D increases, the distance
between two successive fringes, x
increases

12 (i) Density sphere A less than B


(ii) Weight A less than B
(iii) The weight of water displaced by A less
than B
(iv) Larger weight of sphere, displaced bigger
weight of water
(v) Weight of water displaced = upthrust //
When the weight of water displaced
increase, upthrust increase