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Instructions to candidates : Section Marks Marks
Answer all the questions in Section A in the
Obtained
spaces provided. 1 5
Answer any four questions from section B. 2 5
For this section, write your answers on the A 3 5
answer sheets provided. Begin each 4 5
answer on a fresh sheet of paper. Answers 5 5
should be illustrated by large, clearly
labeled diagrams wherever suitable. 6 5
Answers may be written in either Malay or 7 5
English. 8 5
Arrange your answer in numerical order 9 15
and tie the answer sheets to this booklet. 10 15
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67 x 10-11 N m2 kg-2 free fall acceleration g = 9.38 x 10-23 J K-1 gravitational constant G = 6.63 x 10-34 J s atomic mass unit constant u = 1.85 x 10-12 F m-1 = [1/(36 π)] x 10-9 F m-1 magnitude of electron charge e = 1.CONFIDENTIAL* 2 Physics 960 Constants value speed of light in vacuum c = 3.60 x 10-19 C Planck constant h = 6.81 m s-2 960/2 *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* .00 x 108 m s-1 permeability of vacuum µo = 4π x 10-7 H m-1 permittivity of vacuum εo = 8.67 x 10-27 kg molar gas constant R = 8. NA = 6.31 J K-1 mol-1 Avogadro constant L.11 x 10-31 kg proton rest mass mp = 1.02 x 1023 mol-1 Boltzmann constant k = 1.66 x 10-27 kg electron rest mass me = 9.

Calculate (a) the total change in potential energy of the water in the buckets in one revolution of the wheel. [2] (b) the average input power to the wheel [2] (c) Suggest why a larger number of small bucket is preferred to a smaller number of large bucket containing the same total mass of water [1] 960/2 [Turn Over] *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* .8 m 6 4 5 Water The wheel makes six revolution per minute. Water 1 Empty bucket 8 Full. bucket 2 45 0 7 Direction of rotation 3 1. A water wheel has eight bucket equally spaced around its circumference as shown in diagram below.CONFIDENTIAL* 3 1.

On Fig 3A. [1] (d) State one situation in which the phenomenon illustrated in Fig 3A is used to advantage. As the frequency is varied.CONFIDENTIAL* 4 2. draw a curve to show the new variation with frequency of the amplitude of vibration of the mass. calculate the angular frequency. [2] (c) A light piece of card is fixed to the mass with its plane horizontal. the amplitude of vibration of the mass is seen to change as shown in Fig 3A Fig 3A (a) Name the phenomenon which is illustrated in Fig 3A. mass variable frequency vibrator The vibrator itself has constant amplitude. The figure below illustrates a mass which can be made to vibrate vertically between two springs. [1] 960/2 *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* . [1] (b) For the mass vibrating at maximum amplitude.

Calculate (a) the rate of heat flow in the rod. the temperatures at the ends of the rod are 130 oC and 20 oC. When the steady state is achieved.0 cm from the hot end. [3] (b) the temperature 15.CONFIDENTIAL* 5 3 A uniform copper rod with thermal conductivity 380 W m-1 K-1 which is perfectly insulated has a cross-sectional area of 2.0 cm. [2] 960/2 [Turn Over] *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* . Heat is conducted by the copper rod.50 cm2 and length 20.

[2] 960/2 *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* .50 m and crass sectional area of 1. (i) Calculate the power dissipated from the wire [2] (ii) Explain what will happen to the drift velocity of the free electrons if the power produced in the wire is increased.CONFIDENTIAL* 6 4 (a) Electrical conduction in a metal can be explained in terms of motion of free electrons.24 V. [1] (b) A 5.0 A current flows through a wire of length 1. State the estimated values at room temperature for mean random velocity of the free electrons.2 mm2 where the potential difference across the wire is 0.

[1] 960/2 [Turn Over] *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* .50 V and V2 is 0.CONFIDENTIAL* 7 5.20 V. 330 kΩ 33 kΩ +15 V V1 V0 V2 10 kΩ + -15 V (a) State the name of the amplifier circuit which is connected to various input as shown in the diagram above. [1] (b) Calculate the output voltage V0 if V1 is 0. [3] (c) What happen to the output voltage if the supply ±15 is replaced with ±9V ?.

CONFIDENTIAL* 8 6 (a) Write the lens maker’s formula. The refractive index of the lens material is 1. [2] (b) The diagram below shows a lens that has a curved surfaces with radius of curvature 20.0 cm and 60. Determine the focal length of the lens when the lens is immersed in water of refractive index 1.33. Explain the symbols that you use. [3] 960/2 *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* .65.0 cm.

[3] (b) Estimate the de Broglie wavelength of the photoelectrons. (a) Calculate the maximum speed of the photoelectrons emitted.30 eV. [2] 960/2 [Turn Over] *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* .CONFIDENTIAL* 9 7 Monochromatic light with wavelength 365 nm illuminates a metallic surface with work function 2.

Hint : N = N 0 e − λt dN Count rate = − λ N 0 e − λt dt [5] 960/2 *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* .CONFIDENTIAL* 10 8 The graph above represents the decay of a sample of a specific radioactive element. Find the half-life of the element.

a clay disc is launched into the air by a spring. (i) Draw a labeled vector diagram and show the three forces on S [2] (ii) Use your diagram to determine the tension in the cable and the horizontal force which B exerts on S [2] (d) In the sport of clay pigeon shooting. (i) Sketch a graph of force against extension for the spring and shade the area which represent the loss of energy stored by the spring when launching the clay disc.0 × 10 5 N The support cable which keeps section S in equilibrium is at an angle of 25 0 to the horizontal. after it has been attached to an existing part B of a bridge Support cable S B 3.0 cm. of weight 3. section are added from both banks until the two halves meet at the centre. [2] (b) State the condition for a body to be in equilibrium [1] (c) During the construction of many modern bridges. assuming that air resistance is negligible. The existing part B of the bridge provides a horizontal force on S. A launching device has been modified to project the disc vertically upwards. The spring in the launching device has a spring constant of 2000 Nm −1 and the clay disc has mass 80g. In use the spring obeys Hooke’s law and the extension decreases from 13 cm to 7. and the contestant fires a shot at the moving disc. Figure 1 below shows a new section S. assuming all the energy lost by the spring becomes kinetic energy of the disc [2] (c) the height to which the disc will rise.CONFIDENTIAL* 11 Section B [60 marks] Answer any four questions in this section 9 (a) Define the terms moment of a force and draw a sketch to illustrate the meaning. [2] 960/2 [Turn Over] *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* .0 × 10 5 N . [2] (ii) Calculate (a) the loss of elastic potential energy of the spring [2] (b) the initial speed of the clay disc.

The intensity of the sound waves at a given point is 6. [3] (b) In large auditoriums. [The minimum intensity of audible sound is 1.0 dB is located at the point.4 m s-1 when the engineer sounds the 418 Hz warning horn. What is the frequency of the sound as perceived by a person standing at a crossing when the train is approaching? [2] 960/2 *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* . (i) What are the conditions required for beats to be heard from two separate sound sources? [2] (ii) What is the frequency of the resultant wave and what is the beat frequency? [2] (iii) Determine the maximum intensity level of the beats heard at the point concerned. the walls are covered with thick curtains.3 x 10-9 W m-2. State the effect of thick curtains on the sound waves and hence explain the advantage of this practice. What is the ratio of the intensity of the first sound to that of the second sound? [2] (d) A high-speed train is travelling at a speed of 47.0 x 10-12 W m-2] [2] (iv) Another sound sources with intensity level 98. The speed of the sound is 343 m s-1.CONFIDENTIAL* 12 10 (a) State three differences between a progressive wave and a stationary wave. [2] (c) Two sound waves have frequencies 890 Hz and 894 Hz respectively.

(i) The material is brittle or ductile ? [1] (ii) What is the Young’s Modulus of the material ? [3] (iii) If the wire snaps when the load reaches the value at P. What is the stress in the wire when the load reaches the value at P ? [3] 960/2 [Turn Over] *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* .CONFIDENTIAL* 13 11 (a) State Hooke’s Law [2] (b) Explain the main difference between elastic deformation and plastic deformation [3] (c) The graph shows a simplified version of the variation of the load applied against the extension of the material.5 mm.0 m and its diameter is 1. how much energy is required to snap the wire ? [3] (iv) Assume that the cross-section of the wire remains constant throughout the extension. The original length of the wire is 1.

[4] (b) An electron is moving in a circular path in a uniform magnetic field. B is 0. If the magnetic field strength. [2] (ii) calculate the velocity of the electron [3] 960/2 *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* .76 × 1011 Jkg −1 .5 × 10 −2 m and the magnetic field strength is 2. If the radius of the path is 2. E is 6.008 T and the electric field strength. (a) Explain why a charge Q will move in a circular path in a uniform magnetic field. m (i) Derive an expression for the angular velocity of the electron [2] (ii) Calculate the orbital period if the electron [2] (iii) If the kinetic energy of the electron is reduced by half of its initial value. B. (i) show the direction of the electrostatic force and the magnetic force exerted on the electron. F exerted on the charged particle. Explain any quantity you have given in your expression.0 × 10 −2 T and the specific charge of electron e ( ) is − 1. Write an expression for the force. what is the value of the orbital period? [2] + X X X X X electron path X X X X X - (c) Figure shows an electron moving with constant velocity enters an electric field which is perpendicular to a magnetic field.0 × 10 4 Vm −1 .CONFIDENTIAL* 14 12.

0 kV..6 En = − eV . Hence.98191 mu .97693 mu.99 x 10-13 m . … n2 A hydrogen atom is excited by a photon and makes a transition from energy level n = 1 to energy level n = 4. Calculate the minimum wavelength of the X-rays produced.] [4] END OF THIS PAPER 960/2 [Turn Over] *This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over CONFIDENTIAL* . 2. where mu is the atomic unit..ray emitted has a wavelength of 6. [4] (ii) The accelerating potential difference across an X-ray tube using copper as target is 5.CONFIDENTIAL* 15 13 (a) State Bohr’s second postulate [2] (b) The energy of the electron in a hydrogen atom is given as 13. 28 [ Mass of 13 Al atom = 27. (i) Explain how the hydrogen atom is excited. calculate the energy of γ -ray photon. 3. [2] (ii) What is the energy absorbed by the excited atom? [2] (iii) Calculate the wavelength of the photon. [3] 28 28 (c) (i) Calculate the energy released when 13 Al decays to 13 Si [2] (ii) If the γ . [3] (ii) Copy and complete the equations below : 10 5 B + 24He  →136C + ………………………. [3] (c) (i) Explain the difference between the process of production of continuous X-rays with the process of production of line X-rays from an X-ray tube. deduce the total kinetic energy of the products of decay. [2] 14 (a) Give definition for each of the following terms (i) isotope (ii) nuclear fission (iii) nuclear fusio [3] (b) (i) State the quantities that are conserved in the nuclear reaction. 28 Mass of 13 Si atom = 27. + 37Li  → 2 24He 10 5 B + 01n  → 37 Li + …………………………. …………………………. n = 1.