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SOAL TRYOUT

1. Which of the pair of physical quantity and its SI unit are true?

No Physical Quantities SI unit


I Mass gram
II Velocity meter per second
III Force dyne
A. I, II and III
B. I and II
C. II and III
D. III only

2. Cindy uses a micrometer to 40


measure the length of an 2 mm
object that is shown by the
figure on the right. The
length of the object is …. 35
A. 4. 38 mm
B. 4. 88 mm
C. 5. 38 mm
D. 5. 88 mm

3. The figures on the right show the level


of water in a measuring cylinder. 18 cm3
Figure 2 shows that a stone has been
put into the measuring cylinder and 12 cm3
figure 1 shows that the stone hasn’t put
into it yet. If the density of the stone is
1.2 g/cm3, the mass is …
A. 7.2 grams
B. 14.4 grams
C. 21.6 grams Figure 1 Figure 2
D. 36.0 grams

4. The change in the density of water has serious effects on ship. A cargo ship is loaded
and sail on the ocean. The ship carries building materials to the town through the
river. The correct picture to shown the situation of the ship when it sails on the ocean
and the river is …
A. C.

Ocean River Ocean River

B. D.

Ocean River Ocean River


5. The plate beside contains of the mixture of sand and iron powder. Which methods of
separating can separate the mixture …
A. Magnetic attraction
B. Distillation
C. Evaporation
D. Filtration

6. A glass full of water is heated up by using the heater.


After few minutes, some amount of the water spilled
out. The correct statement below that explains the
phenomenon is ….
A. The additional volume of the water is bigger
than the additional volume of the glass
B. The additional volume of the water is smaller
than the additional volume of the glass
C. The linear expansion coefficient of the water
smaller than the linear expansion coefficient of
the glass.
D. The glass is shrinking and the volume of the
water expands.

7. A cooper wire has the length of 200 cm on 10 oC. How long is its expansion if it is
heated until 60 oC?
The length expansion coefficient of cooper is 0,000017/oC.
A. 1,7 mm
B. 2,4 mm
C. 17 mm
D. 24 mm
8. A railway worker has given a space for the
junction of train track. What will happen
to the train track if there is no space on it?
A. The train track bends when the train
leaves it.
B. The train track bends when the
gap
temperature decreases
C. The train track is broken when the
train passes it. Train Track
D. The train track bends when the
temperature increases.
9. A certain amount of water which has a
mass of 2 kg and a temperature of 25 oC is
heated using an electric kettle as shown on
the figure on the right. If the energy that is
required by that process 84,000 joule and
the specific heat capacity is 4,200 J/kg.oC,
determine the final temperature of the
water.
A. 35 oC
B. 45 oC
C. 50 oC
D. 125 oC
10. Look at the picture below!

The picture shows two balloons A and B being balanced on a drinking straw.
When balloon A is pricked with a pin, air comes out of the balloon. It shows that ….
A. air has mass
B. air has term
C. air has volume
D. air has weight
11. The examples of element molecule are …
A. H2O, H2, O2
B. H2O, H2, MnO2
C. N2, H2, O2
D. H2O, NaCl, MnO2

12. Look at the graph of speed v.s time of a moving car at a highway below.
speed (m/s)

0 4 10 time (second)

How long is the distance that covered by a car in 10 seconds?


A. 8 m
B. 20 m
C. 48 m
D. 68 m

13. Pressure has been transmitted by


a certain amount of liquid by a
F
hydraulic machine as shown in
the figure on the right. The
smallest piston has 50 cm2 of A1 A2
area and the biggest piston has
200 cm2 of area. The hydraulic
machine is used to lift a car with
5,000 N of weight. What is the
least amount of force required to The hydraulic machine
lift a car?
A. 20 N
B. 25 N
C. 100 N
D. 1,250 N
14. The magnitude of hydrostatic pressure depends on:
I. The height of liquid
II. The volume of liquid
III. The density of liquid
IV. Earth gravitational force
The true statement is ….
A. I, III, and IV
B. I, II, and III
C. I, II, and IV
D. II, III, and IV

15. The rock with weight of 250 N is sitting on top of the hill with 400 meters of high.
The potential energy of a rock is…. .
A. 1 Joule
B. 100 Joule
C. 10,000 Joule
D. 100,000 Joule
16. Look at the figure below!

The work done is . . . .


A. 500 J
B. 700 J
C. 975 J
D. 1,000 J
17. Study the figure on the right.
The boys are jumping from the bridge to the
river. That phenomenon is caused by the
gravitational force of the earth. Which of the
following statements is also true about the
phenomenon?
A. The speed of the boys increases.
B. The acceleration of the boys increases.
C. The speed of the boys decreases.
D. The acceleration of the boys decreases.

18. Andy dives into the ocean until 40 meters of depth. The density of sea water is 1,020
kg/m3 and gravitational acceleration of the earth is 10 m/s2. What is the hydrostatic
pressure that is experienced by Andy?
A. 41,600 N.
B. 46,200 N.
C. 408,000 N.
D. 480,000 N.

19. Look at the figure besides. The


magnitude of force required to lift the
load of 100 kg with gravitational
acceleration = 9.8 m/s2 is ….
A. 245 N
B. 980 N
C. 490 N
D. 1,960 N
20. Consider the figure below.

The magnitude of force required in the figure of the lever above is ….


A. 80 N
B. 160 N
C. 400 N
D. 500 N

21. The hydraulic machine can lift heavy load by using small force. That concept was
founded by Pascal. The couple piston below works base on Pascal’s law. The small
piston of a hydraulic lift has a cross-sectional area of 3 cm2, and its large piston has a
cross-sectional area of 200 cm2. What force must be applied to the small piston for the
lift to raise a load of 15,000 N?
A. 225 N
B. 2,225 N
C. 10,000 N
D. 1,000,000 N

22. A duck with 2 kg of mass stay at the ground. The


surface of duck’s foot is 160 cm2. The pressure of
the floor causing by the weight of duck is …. .
The gravitational acceleration is 10 m/s2.
A. 125 N/m2
B. 250 N/m2
C. 1,250 N/m2
D. 2,500 N/m2

23. The focus of the concave mirror is 3 cm, and the object has been placed 4 cm in front
of the mirror. The statements below are correct except ....
A. The position of the image is 12 cm at the front of the mirror
B. The magnification of the image is 3 times
C. The image was inverted
D. The kind of the image is virtual image

24. Study the figure below.

f C

The focus of the convex mirror is 12 cm, and the object has been placed 3 cm in front
of the mirror. The distance of the image that formed by the convex mirror is....
A. 4 cm, in front of the mirror
B. 4 cm, behind the mirror
C. 2.4 cm, in front of the mirror
D. 2.4 cm, behind the mirror

25. The magnification of a magnifying glass is 5 times for normal eye without
accommodating. Calculate the focal length of the magnifying glass.
A. 2.5 cm
B. 5.0 cm
C. 7.5 cm
D. 10.5 cm
26. Study the figure and determine the
period of the vibration if the object
oscillates from A-B-C in 0.4 s.
A. 0.2 s
B. 0.8 s
C. 1.2 s
D. 1.6 s

27. Look at the figure beside.


The ocean wave travels with 3 Hz of
frequency. Determine the speed of ocean
wave.
A. 18 m/s
B. 9 m/s
C. 6 m/s
D. 4 m/s
6 meter
28. Study the figure on the right. The speed
of the sound wave in the sea water is
1.500 m/s. If the sound wave is launched
by a sonar instrument, the vertical sound
wave will travel from sonar instrument
to the bottom of the sea and the sound
wave will be reflected back to the sonar
instrument. The total time taken is 0.3 s,
what is the distance of the sea bottom
from the sonar instrument?
A. 225 meter.
B. 450 meter.
C. 2,250 meter.
D. 4,500 meter.

29. The speed of thunder sound is 330 m/s. If the distance of the lightning is 16.5 km
away from you, how long will you hear the sound of the thunder after seeing the
flash?
A. 5 s.
B. 10 s.
C. 50 s.
D. 100 s.
30. The figure beside show a
diagram of an atom. K, L, M are
the shells of an atom starting
from the shell that nearest of the
nucleus. The maximum number K L M
of electron of shell L is ….
A. 2
B. 8
C. 18
Nucleus
D. 32
40
31. An atom consists of protons, neutrons and electrons. The symbol of Argon is 18 Ar .
The number of protons, electrons and neutrons are …
A. The number of proton = 18, electron = 40, neutron = 22
B. The number of proton = 18, electron = 18, neutron = 40
C. The number of proton = 18, electron = 18, neutron = 22
D. The number of proton = 22, electron = 18, neutron = 40
32. Distribution of electrons in atomic shells in an atom is called electron configuration.
2 2 6 2 5
The configuration of an atom is 1s 2s 2p 3s 3p . The place of the atom at the
periodic table should be at group …
A. III
B. V
C. VI
D. VII

33. When you comb your dry hair, your hair will
be pulled by the comb. The correct statement
is …
A. The comb become negative charge, because it’s
loses electron
B. The comb become negative charge, because it’s
gains electron
C. The hair still neutral
D. No charge move between the comb and hair
34. Two particles with charge of + 2μC and – 8 μC are separated with 3 cm of distance.
Find the kind of force between them and what is the magnitude of Coloumb force?
A. 16 N
B. 24 N
C. 160 N
D. 240 N

35. Why are metal lightning rods often used on the roof of high storey houses or
skyscrapers and connected to the ground through metal wires?
A. The rod is for house accessories
B. To protect the house from the disaster
C. The house is save by the wind and lightning
D. To protect the house from a damage caused by a huge electric energy of the
lightning

36. Look at the pictures beside. Two girls are


making an experiment with balloon. Why can
the balloon cling to the wall after she rubs with
her hair?
A. The balloon become negative charge and
repels the proton of the wall
B. The balloon become positive charge and
repels the proton of the wall
C. The balloon become negative charge and
attracts the proton of the wall
D. The balloon become positive charge and
attracts the neutron of the wall

37. Study the figure on the right and choose one


of the correct statements
The process of energy conversion in the iron
is….
A. from electrical energy to heat energy
B. from heat energy to electrical energy
C. from electrical energy to kinetic energy
D. from kinetic energy to electrical energy

38. A bulb with resistance of 200 ohm conducted with 12 volt of voltage. Find the current
at the circuit.
A. 6 mA
B. 8 mA
C. 60 ma
D. 80 mA
39. An electric circuit has 2 ampere of current when it’s conducted with 18 volt of
voltage. Find the current at the circuit when it’s conducted with 4.5 volt of voltage.
A. 0.25 A
B. 0.50 A
C. 1.00 A
D. 4.00 A
40. Calculate the resistance of an aluminum cylinder that has a length of 10 m and a
cross-sectional area of 2x10-4 m2. The resistance of aluminum is 2.82 x 10-4 Ω.m.
A. 1.41 Ω
B. 2.82 Ω
C. 14.1 Ω
D. 28.2 Ω

41. A light bulb has a resistance of 240 Ω when operating with a potential difference of
120 V across it. What is the current in the light bulb?
A. 0.5 A
B. 1.0 A
C. 1.5 A
D. 2.0 A

42. Study the electric circuit on the right.


The first resistance (R1) is 2 ohms; the
second resistance (R2) is 4 ohms and
the voltage is 12 volts. The electric
current flowing through R2 is ….
A. 6 A
B. 4 A
C. 3 A
D. 2 A

43. Study the electric circuit on the right.


The resistance of each lamp is 2 ohms and the
total voltage of three batteries is 4.5 volts.
What is the electric current that flows in the
electric circuit?
A. 1.0 A.
B. 1.2 A.
C. 1.5 A.
D. 1.8 A.

44. A student uses his laptop 5 hours a day. The laptop is connected with 220 volts
voltage and it produces electric current flow of 0.5 amperes. If the electricity bill from
PLN is Rp 500/kWh, what will the electricity bill be for the use of the laptop in one
month (30 days)?
A. Rp 3,300.00.
B. Rp 5,400.00.
C. Rp 8,250.00.
D. Rp 9,800.00.

45. An electric heater has a voltage of 220 V and a power of 200 W. If the electric heater
is connected to the electric source of 110 V. The electric power used by the electric
heater is ....
A. 800 J/s
B. 400 J/s
C. 100 J/s
D. 50 J/s

46. Two particles with charge of + 2μC and – 8 μC are separated with 3 cm of distance.
Find the kind of force between them and what is the magnitude of Coloumb force?
A. 16 N
B. 24 N
C. 160 N
D. 240 N

47. Study the figure on the right.


The electric current (I) flows
through the magnetic field and it
produces the Lorentz force. What
is the direction of the Lorentz
force?
A. Upward.
B. Downward.
C. To the north pole magnet.
D. To the south pole magnet
48. Study the figure on the right.
A magnet can be created by wrapping A B
a bar of iron with wires. Electrical
current is then applied to the wires as
shown in the diagram. The following
is the result of the process.
A. The magnetism is temporary and A functions as the south pole.
B. The magnetism is temporary and B functions as the South Pole.
C. The magnetism is permanent and A functions as the north pole.
D. The magnetism is permanent and A functions as the north pole

49. Study the figure on the right.


The wire with 80 cm of 2A
length is placed at 5 tesla of
the magnetic force. Find
the force that works on the
wire.
A. 4 N
B. 8 N
C. 40 N
D. 80 N

50. Sea tides are caused by....


A. the gravitational force of the moon and the sun
B. the change of wind speed on the sea surface
C. the change of the salinity of sea water
D. the changes of air pressure