0 Up votes0 Down votes

66 views5 pagesOct 15, 2010

© Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC)

PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd

Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC)

66 views

Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC)

- Externalandinternalcriticisms 150227091950 Conversion Gate02
- F5 MID-TERM EXAM PHYSICS PAPER 3 (SMKRPK 2007)
- Sel SKEMA PHYS 3
- contoh rph ringkas
- set 5_paper 3
- PHYF144 C20
- Hello
- Process Tank
- EES 612 Lab Rules-F2014
- materialheatlabreport
- lesson-heat retention and absorption
- Identifying Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals or Articles FAQ Guide
- topic 3 and 4-quiz
- 5_6107003144800043124
- 46c624735bbd7cc7e69c
- Lab Report Grading Rubric
- ssss
- Lab Report Grading Rubric
- Lab Report Grading Rubric
- Lab Report Grading Rubric

You are on page 1of 5

SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010

Fizik

Kertas 3

SKEMA JAWAPAN

PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN

SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010

FIZIK

Kertas 3

PERATURAN PEMARKAHAN

SULIT 2 4531/3

Skema jawapan Fizik 3

No Answer Mark

1a i) - Mass of load/m/weight/w 1

ii) - Oscillation period/T/time taken for 10 oscillation/t 1

iii) - Spring constant/k/10 oscillation/number of oscillation 1

1b i) m = 20 g, t = 8.0 s Note : 5 values correct – 2 marks 2

m = 30 g, t = 10.0 s 3 – 4 corrects – 1 mark

m = 40 g, t = 11.0 s less than 3 – 0 mark

m = 50 g, t = 13.0 s

m = 60 g, t = 14.0 s

ii) T = 0.8 s Note : accept ecf in (b)(i) 1

T = 1.0 s 5 values correct to 2 decimal point – 1 mark

T = 1.1 s

T = 1.3 s

T = 1.4 s

iii) T2 = 0.64 s2 Note : accept ecf in (b)(ii) 2

T2 = 1.00 s2 5 values correct – 1 mark

2 2

T = 1.21 s 5 values correct to 4 decimal point – 1 mark

T2 = 1.69 s2

T2 = 1.96 s2

1c - m, T and T2 shown in the table

- state all units of m, T and T2 correctly 1

1

m/g T/s T2 / s2

20 0.8. 0.64

30 1.0 1.00

40 1.1 1.21

50 1.3 1.69

60 1.4 1.96

Tick √ based on the following aspects:

1. Show T2 on the y – axis and m on the x – axis √

2. State the units of the variables correctly √

3. Both axes are marked with uniform scale √

4. All five points are plotted correctly √√

3 – 4 points plotted correctly, give √

5. Best fit line is drawn √

6. Show the minimum size of graph ( 5 x 4 ) √

SULIT 3 4531/3

Score

Number of √ Score 5

7 5

5–6 4

3–4 3

2 2

1 1

1e Directly proportional 1

2a i) Directly proportional 1

ii) x = 2 (on graph) 1

1/a = 0.5 1

a = 2 m with unit 1

2b Show the triangle ( min: 4 x 4 ) 1

m= 4–0 1

1–0

m= 4 m2 with unit 1

2c gradient = 10 λ (substitute) 1

4 = 10 λ 1

Λ = 0.4 m with unit 1

2d a) Repeat experiment and take the average reading/ 1

b) The position of the eyes must be perpendicular to the reading

3

a The heat/ time taken of the water depends on its mass/volume 1

b The greater the mass/volume, the time taken increase 1

c i) Aim of the experiment 1

To investigate the relationship between the time taken and

mass/volume

ii) Variables in the experiment

Manipulated variable : mass/volume 1

Responding variable : Time taken 1

Constant variable : Initial temperature/specific heat capacity/

changes in temperature

iii) List of apparatus and material 1

Power supply, thermometer, beaker, immersion heater, stirrer

iv) Arrangement of apparatus 1

SULIT 4 4531/3

The 20 g of water is filled in the beaker.

The initial temperature, Ө0, of water is recorded.

The heater is switched on until the water boiled.

The time taken for the water is observed and recorded/ 1

The heat is calculated.

Repeat with masses of boiling water 40 g, 60 g, 80 g and 100 g. 1

vi) How you tabulate the data. 1

20

40

60

80

100

time taken

mass

B The shorter the wire, the higher the current/the resistance is decrease 1

c i) Aim of the experiment 1

To investigate the relationship between the length of wire and

current/resistance

ii) Variables in the experiment

Manipulated variable : length 1

Responding variable : Current/Resistance 1

Constant variable : Potential difference/Temperature/Diameter

iii) List of apparatus and material 1

Ammeter, voltmeter, dry cells, constantan wires, ruler

SULIT 5 4531/3

The length of wire is measured at 10 cm.

The current is observed and recorded using the ammeter/

The resistance is calculated.

Repeat with different lengths of 20 cm, 30 cm, 40 cm and 50 cm.

vi) How you tabulate the data. 1

Length Current/resistance

10.0

20.0

30.0

40.0

50.0

Current/Resistance

Length

- Externalandinternalcriticisms 150227091950 Conversion Gate02Uploaded byNicole Cabesas
- F5 MID-TERM EXAM PHYSICS PAPER 3 (SMKRPK 2007)Uploaded bypeechoong_lau
- Sel SKEMA PHYS 3Uploaded byqq235
- contoh rph ringkasUploaded byHanis Aqilah
- set 5_paper 3Uploaded bymathsedit
- PHYF144 C20Uploaded byHaffiz Ating
- HelloUploaded bySandeep Chowdhury
- Process TankUploaded byShiyas Basheer
- EES 612 Lab Rules-F2014Uploaded byadsfasdfasd
- materialheatlabreportUploaded byapi-332475419
- lesson-heat retention and absorptionUploaded byapi-353229057
- Identifying Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals or Articles FAQ GuideUploaded byfelamendo
- topic 3 and 4-quizUploaded byapi-401642975
- 5_6107003144800043124Uploaded bylandy lee
- 46c624735bbd7cc7e69cUploaded byapi-352673659
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- ssssUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia
- Lab Report Grading RubricUploaded bySoroush Omidvarnia

- Thermochemistry (Important Notes)Uploaded byHenrySeow
- sel SKEMA PHYS 2Uploaded byqq235
- Skema Jawapan Sains Kertas2 (Revised)Uploaded byHenrySeow
- Skema Jawapan Sains Kertas1 (Revised)Uploaded byHenrySeow
- Skema Jawapan Kimia p3Uploaded byHenrySeow
- Skema Jawapan Kimia p2Uploaded byHenrySeow
- Skema Jawapan Biology p3Uploaded byHenrySeow
- Skema Jawapan Biology p2Uploaded byHenrySeow

- Report Gain Improvment Using DNG SuperstarteUploaded byragvshah
- Dfc Install MaintUploaded byAvinash Gamit
- MicrochannelUploaded bySubilal Ng
- 4- Stress and StrainUploaded byveteron56
- Calculation TV 134Uploaded bymasmarkun4444
- Crystal LatticesUploaded bychrischeely
- 1.0_wave_1.11.2Uploaded byericsha
- Applications of Polarized Light - Z. İrem ÖzyurtUploaded byziremozyurt
- Crude Oil AssayUploaded byDarl Nwokoma
- turbine3Uploaded bymister pogi
- Z22DoubleSuctionAxiallysplitSingleStageCentrifugalPumpEN_E10118Uploaded bymartín_suárez_11
- BacklashUploaded byAnurag Sarkar
- Heat Exchanger.Uploaded byRajarajeswari
- Three-dimensional CFD–VOF–DPM simulations of effects of low-holdup particles on single-nozzle bubbling behavior in gas–liquid–solid systemsUploaded byPedro
- Is 2950 (Part-I) Code of Practice for Design and ConstructioUploaded byBhushan Patil
- Leveling TheoryUploaded byKen Lim
- Fire Engineering Calculations Examples FsecalculationsUploaded bycypal54
- Duct Stiffener DesignUploaded bychagar_harsh
- 1 - 2 - The Band Saturation Effect (12_41)Uploaded byJuan Aturu
- Pulley.docUploaded bySantoso Wibowo
- Weldability of Inconel 718Uploaded byKhin Aung Shwe
- Pump Clinic _ Centrifugal Troubleshooting Chapters 1 - 43Uploaded byNoel Dunn
- M. Rades - Mechanical Vibrations 1Uploaded byMircea Rades
- Solar Geyser Installation ManualUploaded byMuhammad Saeed
- Behavior Factor qUploaded byRamana Reddy
- Solubility of Chitin in NaOHUploaded byAurora DG
- Gold BeachUploaded bySinclair Broadcast Group - Eugene
- BallisticsUploaded byblowmeasshole1911
- Semiconducting PolymersUploaded byamitn18
- c8nr02278j.pdfUploaded bylotanna

## Much more than documents.

Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers.

Cancel anytime.