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option for each question.

B The gradient of the graph is 1

C If x = 5, y = 0

D Y is inversely proportional to x

2. Calculate the volume, in m 3 , of a block of wood with dimensions 3.0 cm x 1.5 cm x 4.0

cm.

A 1.8 x 10 2

B 1.8 x 10 3

C 1.8 x 10 4

D 1.8 x 10 5

E 1.8 x 10 6

3. Diagram (i) shows the zero error of a vernier calipers. Diagram (ii) shows the reading of

the thickness of a coin when this vernier callipers is used. What is the corrected value of

the thinkness of the coin?

Diagram (i)

Diagram (ii)

A 4.11 cm

B 4.15 cm

C 4.21 cm

D 4.66 cm

E 4.70 cm

4. Which of the following shows the relationship of base quantities for acceleration ?

A length

time

B length

time �time

C length �length

time �time

D length

time �time �time

A 4.567 x 10 1 m

B 4.567 x 10 3 m

C 4.567 x 10 6 m

D 4.567 x 10 9 m

E 4.567 x 10 12 m

6. A particular quantity h is given by the equation Y = kX. If the SI units for Y and X are

kgms 2 and ms 2 , what is the SI unit for k ?

A kgm 2

B kgs 4

C kg

D kgm 2 s 4

7. The diagram shows a dried leaf and a stone being released at the same time in a cylinder.

Why is the stone reaches the base faster?

A The force of gravity acted on the stone is better to overcome the air resistance

compared to the force of gravity acted on the dried leaf.

B The force of gravity acted on the dried leaf is better to overcome the air resistance

compared to the force of gravity acted on the stone.

C The force of gravity acted on the stone is greater than the force of gravity acted on the

dried leaf.

D The force of gravity acted on the dried leaf is greater than the force of gravity acted

on the stone.

8. In a high jump event, thick mattresses with a soft surface are used to

B increase the impulsive force

C increase the momentum

9. A student of mass 50kg takes 10s to climb a flight of stairs that has 5 steps. If each step is

10cm high, what is the power of the student?

[ g = 10ms 2 ]

A 10 w

B 25 w

C 50 w

D 75 w

E 100 w

10. The figure below shows how the velocity of a car changes with time. Which of the

following statements about the motion of the car is correct?

B the total displacement of the car is 28m

C the car is accelerating from 2s to 5s

11.

The above shows the graph of force against extension. Calculate the elastic potential

energy stored in the spring when it is stretched 3 cm?

A 0.09 J

B 0.20 J

C 4J

D 9J

E 18 J

12. A wooden block is pulled by a force of 10N at an angle of 40 above the horizontal. If the

wooden block is pulled through a horizontal force of 5m, how much work is done on the

wooden block?

A 7.66 J

B 18.8 J

C 24.4 J

D 38.3 J

E 50 J

A Ns kgms-2

B Ns-1 kgm

C Ns-1 kgm3

D Ns kgms-1

14. Which of the following improves the efficiency of the operation of a car?

B Deflate the tyres to the correct pressure to increase friction with the road surface

C Align the wheels of the car to increase resistance to the motion of the car

B strong reinforced steel in passenger safety cell

C colour of the car

B inertia is the property of matter that causes it to resist any change in its motion or state

of rest

C the SI unit of inertia is kilogram

A 3 cm

B 4 cm

C 5 cm

D 6 cm

E 7 cm

A its density

B the acceleration due to gravity

C the surface area of the liquid

D the distance from the surface of the liquid to the point concerned

19. A tank 2 m long, 1 m wide and 0.75 m deep is filled with paraffin which weighs 10000 N.

What is the pressure acting on the base of the container due to the paraffin?

A 2000 Pa

B 3000 Pa

C 4000 Pa

D 5000 Pa

E 10000 Pa

20. The diagram shows a container filled with cooking oil.Assuming the density of the

cooking oil is 800 kg m-3, determine the pressure at point X.

A 800 Pa

B 1600 Pa

C 2400 Pa

D 3000 Pa

E 3600 Pa

21. The diagram shows a container with three holes of same area P, Q and R on its side. The

container is then filled with water. The water from hole R spurts out the furthest because

A The water pressure at R is the greatest.

B The density of water at R is higher than the density of water at P.

C The acceleration due to gravity at R is higher than at P and Q

A Hydraulic Jack

B siphon

C Bourdon Gauge

23. The diagram shows a simple manometer used to measure the pressure of a gas. If the

atmospheric pressure is 76 cm Hg, what is the pressure of the gas in the cylinder?

A 20 cm Hg

B 56 cm Hg

C 76 cm Hg

D 96 cm Hg

E 100 cm Hg

24. The container in the diagram contains incompressible liquid. A downward force of 12 N is

exerted on piston K. What will be the magnitude of the upward force experienced by

piston L?

A 3N

B 10 N

C 12 N

D 24 N

E 48 N

A manometer

B hydrometer

C ammeter

D hydraulic jack

26. The diagram shows an object floating on the surface of water. Which of the following

statements is true?

A The density of the object is greater than the density of the water.

B The volume of water displaced is equal to the volume of the object.

C The weight of water displaced is equal to the weight of the object.

D The mass of the object is equal to the buoyant force on the object.

27. A fisherman of mass 60 kg sits on his boat of mass 200 kg floating on the open sea. If the

density of sea water is 1250 kg m-3 , what is the buoyant force acting on the boat?

A 600 N

B 1400 N

C 1250 N

D 2000 N

E 2600 N

28. Which of the following graphs correctly shows the relationship between the magnitude of

the buoyant force and the depth to which an object is immersed into a liquid?

A

29. The diagram shows the cross-section of an aerofoil. When air blows across the aerofoil,

which of the regions marked A, B, C or D experiences the lowest pressure?

30. The diagram shows an aeroplane flying with constant velocity at a certain altitude above

sea level. Which of the following is true regarding the forces acting on the aeroplane at

that moment?

A drag = lift

B lift = weight

C forward thrust = weight

31. The diagram shows an experiment conducted using a Bernoulli’s tube. When air is made to

flow though the apparatus in the direction as shown, what can be observed about the

height of water that rises in the vertical tubes X, Y and Z ?

B X<Z and Z<Y

C X>Y and Y>Z

D X>Z and Z>Y

32. The diagram shows a Bunsen burner. Which of the following statements is false?

A Gas flows with high speed inside the cylindrical tube of the Bunsen burner.

B Air flows into the Bunsen burner via the air hole.

C The atmospheric pressure outside the

Bunsen burner is lower than the pressure of the gas inside the Bunsen burner.

33. The diagram shows the cross-section of a dam. Why does the thickness of the dam

increases towards the base of the dam?

B The density of water increases towards the base of the dam.

C So that more water can be stored.

D Less material is needed to build the dam.

A N m2

B Pascal

C cm Hg

D Joule

35. The diagram shows a cuboid with dimensions 2 m x 3 m x 5 m. The weight of the cuboid

is 6000 N. What is the minimum pressure exerted by the cuboid if it is placed on the

ground?

A 1000 Pa

B 600 Pa

C 400 Pa

D 200 Pa

E 100 Pa

B Reducing the thickness of the wall of the bulb.

C Using a shorter tube.

D Using a tube with narrower bore.

37. A cup of hot chocolate drink at temperature of 750C is added into a jug of warm chocolate

of temperature 400C. What is the final temperature of the mixture?

B less than 40C.

C between 400C and 750C.

B Pressure of a fixed mass of gas

C e.m.f. across a thermocouple.

D Rate of decay of a radioactive substance.

39. “The specific heat capacity of metal R is 450 J kg-1 0C-1.” The statement means that

B 450 J of heat is required to increase the temperature of 1 kg of metal R by 10C.

C 450 J of heat is required to melt 1 kg of metal R.

D 450 J of heat is required to increase 1 g of metal R form 00C to 1000C.

40. The temperature of a piece of metal of mass 500 g and specific heat capacity OF 300 J kg -1

0 -1

C decreases from 780C to 580C. What is the quantity of heat released by the piece of

metal?

A 1000 J

B 2000 J

C 3000 J

D 4000 J

E 5000 J

41. In an experiment to determine the specific heat capacity of a substance, the value obtained

is usually higher than the actual value. What is the reason for this deviation.

B The mass of the substance is not large enough.

C The substance is not in thermal equilibrium with the surroundings.

D The heating time is not long enough.

42. What happens to the boiling point of water if some salt is dissolved in it?

A Decreases

B Increases

C Unchanged

43. A swimmer immediately feels cold when coming out of a swimming pool on a warm day.

This is because

B Water is a good conductor of heat.

C Water absorbs latent heat from his body to evaporate.

D Water is cooler than air

44. In the experiment to determine the specific latent heat of fusion of ice, a control set of

apparatus is set up with the immersion heater turned off as shown in the diagram below.

B to determine the mass of ice melted when heat is absorbed from the surroundings.

C to test if the immersion heater is functioning properly.

D to measure the initial mass of ice used.

45. Ice at a temperature of -200C is heated at a steady rate until it changes to water at 300C.

Which of the following temperature-time graphs best describes the process above?

B

C

46. What is the physical quantity that is kept constant in Boyle’s Law, Charles’ Law and

Pressure Law?

A Volume

B Mass

C Absolute temperature

D Pressure

47. Which of the following causes the formation of images on a plane mirror?

A Absorption of light

B Dispersion of light

C Reflection of light

D Refraction of light

48.

The figure above shows a slab of glass is held in front of a pen. The pen appears bent is

due to

B the refraction of light

C the total reflection of light

49.

The figure above shows a ray diagram of a concave mirror. Which of the following shows

the correct relationship between the object distance, u and focal length, f ?

A u<f

B u=f

C u = 2f

D u > 2f

A Plane mirror

B Concave mirror

C Convex mirror

D Magnifying lens

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