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INSTRUCTIONS Answer ALL questions. 2. Non-programmable calculators may be used. 3. Appropriate mathematical instruments may be used. 4. A data sheet is provided for your use. 5. Question 1 is multiple choice. Write down only the correct letter next to the question number. 6. All sketches are to be drawn in pencil _______________________________________________________________________ _

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QUESTION 1 1.1 The S.I unit of acceleration is (a) km.h-1 (b) m.s-1 (c) m.s-2 (d) km.h-2 1.2 Which of the following is not a vector. (a) velocity (b) acceleration (c) force (d) distance 1.3 A car travels once around a circular track with circumference of 10 km in 10 minutes. The average velocity of the car in km.h-1 is:

(a) 60 (b) 0 (c) 100 (d) 1 1.4 Which of the following graphs represents a constant velocity curve? (a) (b)

(c)

(d)

1.5 A body is projected vertically upwards. At its highest point in the motion the

s-1 downwards 1.8 A soccer ball kicked vertically upwards.h-1 in a northerly direction.h-1 south 50 km. relative to its starting point? (a) (b) (c) (d) 1. the phenomena is called .h-1 in a northerly direction passes car B who is travelling at 70 km.10 When a wave undergoes a change in speed when passing from one medium to another. which one cannot be used to calculate the displacement of the object? (a) (c) at 2 2 (b) vt vt 2 v2 (d) 2a 1.s-1 upwards (c) 10m.9 25m 15m 10m 45m Which one of the following is not a property of a water wave. (a) it can be reflected (b) it can be refracted (c) it can be diffracted (d) it is a longitudinal wave. The velocity of car A relative to car B is … (a) (b) (c) (d) 1.h-1 south 50 km.h-1 north An object undergoes a constant acceleration a from rest and attains velocity v after time t has elapsed.2 acceleration is. 1.s-2 downwards (d) 10m.7 120 km. (a) zero (b) 10m.6 Car A traveling at 120 km.h-1 north 120 km. reaches a maximum height of 25m. What will be the magnitude of the resultant displacement of the soccer ball. Of the following expressions. On its way back it got stuck in a tree 15m above the ground.

2 resultant 2.2 A man runs from A to B and then to C as shown.2 displacement using the scale 10m = 1cm (2) (6) C C (3) (3) If it takes him 20s to complete the distance determine his 2.4 average velocity (4) (4) [22] QUESTION 3 The ticker tape below shows an object travelling at constant velocity.1 vector 2.1.2. 100m B 63.3 average speed 2.1 Define the following terms 2. The frequency of the ticker timer is 50Hz.3 (a) interference (b) diffraction (c) reflection (d) refraction / 10 x 3 = 30 / QUESTION 2 2. C D .2.1 distance covered 2.2.7m A Determine the 2.1.2. A B.

2 3. Calculate the period of the ticker timer.6 3.3 3. Time(s) Displacement(m) . What is the total distance covered by the object from A to D. (2) (2) (2) (3) (1) (4) (2) [16] QUESTION 4 The following graph represents the displacement of an object with respect to time. Graph of displacement versus time 60 displacement (s) 50 40 30 20 10 0 0 1 2 3 Time (s) 4 5 6 4.1 Tabulate the data from the graph by using the following table Complete the table in your answer book. What is the total time taken for the object to travel from A to D Calculate the magnitude of the average velocity speed between A and D Make a sketch showing four intervals (5 dots) of an object traveling at a constant acceleration.7 What is meant by a frequency of 50Hz? How do we know that the object is traveling at constant velocity.1 3.4 3.4 2cm 2cm 2cm 3.5 3.

your choice in question 6. Determine the displacement at maximum height of the ball Determine the resultant displacement of the ball.3 6.1 13. [13] QUESTION 5 A ball is thrown vertically into the air. It reaches a maximum height of 60 m and then returns to the throwers hand. Time (s) 13. .5 12.4 40 50 (4) What physical quantity does the slope of the graph represent? Calculate the slope of the graph Describe the motion of the object.1.2 5. horizontal track.4 Determine the distance travelled by the ball. (2) (2) (2) (5) [11] (2) (4) (3) QUESTION 6 Four runners competed in a 100 m race.2 4. 5.9 13. 6.3 5. constant velocity up to the finish line.5 1 20 3 5 4. The table shows the time taken by each runner to finish the race. Determine the initial velocity of the ball. Runner Jackie Samantha Robyn Melissa 6. The race was run along a straight. after which she maintains her maximum.4 Calculate the magnitude of Robyn's acceleration if she covered 18 m during the first 4 s of her race? (5) Calculate the magnitude of the velocity with which Robyn finished the race.2 Who won the race? Explain.3 4. in words.1 5.1 6.6 (1) (2) Robyn accelerated uniformly from the starting line for 4 s.

2 m 8. (5) [ 10] QUESTION 4 A toy truck of mass 0. relative to point B. until it stops. after the brakes have been applied.s-1 on a horizontal road.1 B Calculate the potential energy of the truck.s-1 Truck ∆t X Y 120 m 2m Z Car 7. 7.2 Determine the time ∆t.s-2. from the moment he sees the car. just before it is released from point A (4) . is ∆t. (5) The truck stops 2 m from the car.6 (5) [13] QUESTION 7 A truck is moving forward at constant speed of 20 m.1 Calculate how far the truck travels. The driver sees a stationary car 120 m ahead. from the edge of a slope. The time taken by the driver to apply the brakes in full (his reaction time). A 1. 1. 20 m.2 m above the lowest level and proceeds through point B as shown.4 kg rolls from rest. The magnitude of the acceleration of the truck is then 2.5 m.

1.4 9.7 8.1.2 9.2. Briefly explain. (3) Use the conservation of mechanical energy equations to show that the velocity of a body in free fall is independent of its mass.2. (4) [14] QUESTION 9 9.3 9.2. Y(m) 5 0 X (m) -5 9.2. (3) Calculate the trucks velocity at point B.3 refraction (3 x 3 = 9) 9.1.1 9.2 The sketch represents a section of a wave with a period of 2 seconds.5 Is the wave transverse or longitudinal? What is the amplitude of the wave? How many wave lengths is represented in the sketch? Determine the frequency of the wave Determine the speed of the wave (1) (2) (2) (3) (4) [21] Data Sheet .2 period of a wave 9.3 8.4 Assuming no friction. what will the truck’s kinetic energy be at point B.1 transverse wave 9.2 8.1 Define the following terms? 9.2.

energy and power E k = 12 m v2 E p = mgh W = Fs W P= t .8 Equations of motion s = u t+ 12 a t2 v 2 = u 2 + 2as v = u + at v +u s = t 2 s = vt Waves v = fλ 1 T = f Work.

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