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REVISIBERFOKUSPAPER3SECTIONBFIZIKSPM2010

FORMFOUR No 1 MassandInertia

TOPICOFEXPERIMENT

VARIABLES MV:Massof plasticine RV:Periodof Oscillation CV:Lengthof jigsawblade

PROCEDURES 1.Plasticinewithamassof30gisattachedatthe endofjigsawblade. 2.Thejigsawbladeisdisplacedhorizontallytoone sideandthenreleasedsothatitoscillates.The timetakenfor10oscillations,tisrecordedbya stopwatch./Theperiodofoscillationisrecorded. 3.Thestepsarerepeated4timesbyusingplasticine ballswithmass=40.0g,50.0g,60.0gand70.0g.

Forceandacceleration

MV:Force RV:Acceleration CV:mass 1.Switchonpowersupplyandatickertimer. 2.Thetrolleyispulledwitharubberbandtoafixed extensionandreleasedsothatthetrolley acceleratesdowntherunway. 3.Thetickertapeobtainediscutintostripsof10 ticksandtheaccelerationiscalculatedbyusing theformula,a=vu/t 4.Thestepsarerepeatedwith2,3,4and5identical elasticcords. 1.Setthetracksothattheheightoftrack,h=15.0 cm. 2.Switchonthepowersupplyandallowthetrolley tocomedownthetrack.Calculatethevelocity,v (ofthetrolley)fromthetickertape. 3.Thestepsarerepeatedforh=20.0cm,25.0cm, 30.0cmand35.0cm.

Heightandvelocity
Tickertape Tickertimer Trolley track

MV:Height RV:Velocity CV:Massof trolley

a.c.power supply

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4 Pressure&depth P h MV:Pr ressure 1.Thethistlefu unnelisloweredv verticallyatthe (Mano ometerreading) depthofwate er,h=10.0cm. //dista anceofwater 2.Thedifferenc ceheightofwater,Linmanomete er thatsp purtsout measuredusi ingaruler. RV:de epth 3.Thestepsare erepeatedwiththedepthof CV:De ensityofliquid water,h=20.0 0cm,30.0cm,40.0 0cmand50.0cm.

h L

Densityandappa D arentdepth Observer Beaker Water d D Image

MV:De ensityofliquid RV:Ap pparentdepth, d CV:Realdepth,D

Metrerule

Retortstand

Movable opti ical pin

Putthe20gofsaltintothebe eakerandstir. Adjustthepos sitionofthemova ableopticalpin(a at theretortstand d)byobservingab bovethebeaker untilitappearsinlinewiththeim mage pparentdepthof fthestraight Measuretheap line,d. Repeattheexp perimentwith(differentfour densitiesofliqu uids)bymixingth hemassofsalt,m m =30g,40g,50g g,and60g.

Optical pin

REVISIBERFOKUSPAPER3SECTIONBFIZIKSPM2010
6 Volumeofwaterdisplacedandbuoyantforce MV:Volumeofwater displaced RV:Buoyantforce CV:Densityofliquid 1.Byusingaspringbalance,theweightofa cylindermetalrodinairismeasuredandrecorded asWo. 2.Therodisthenloweredintothewateruntilthe volumeimmersed,Vis50cm3. 3.Thereadingonthespringbalance,Wis recorded.Thebuoyantforceiscalculatedusing formulaBuoyantforce=WoW. 4.Thestepsarerepeatedforvolumeoftherod immersed,V=100cm3,150cm3,200cm3and 250cm3.

TemperatureandPressure

MV:Temperature RV:Pressure CV:Volume

1.Thewaterbathisheatedandcontinuously stirreduntilthetemperatureofthewater reaches20C. 2.Thepressureoftheairismeasuredbyusingthe Bourdongauge. 3.Theexperimentisrepeatedbyincreasesthe temperature40C,60C,80Cand100C.

REVISIBERFOKUSPAPER3SECTIONBFIZIKSPM2010
FORM5
No 1 TOPICOFEXPERIMENT Depthandwavelengthofwaterwave VARIABLES MV:Depth RV:Wavelength CV:Frequencywater PROCEDURE&DIAGRAM 1.Fillintherippletankwithwateratdepth2cm. *2.Apieceofperspexplateatthickness0.3cmis placedatthemiddleoftherippletank. 3.Switchonthepowersupply,vibratingmotor andlamp. 4.Freezethewaterwavebyusingthe stroboscope. 5.Measurethedistancebetweentwoconsecutive brightORdarkfringesonwhitepaperusinga ruler.//Thewavelengthisrecorded. 6.Repeattheexperimentbyusingaperspexplate atthickness0.6cm,0.9cm,1.2cmand1.5cm. *Thedepthofwateralsocanbeadjustedby changingthevolumeofwater. 1.Fillintherippletankwithwateratdepth2cm. 2.Switchonthepowersupplyandadjustthe frequencyofvibratingmotorforf1. 4.Freezethewaterwavebyusingthe stroboscope. 5.Measurethedistancebetweentwoconsecutive brightORdarkfringesonwhitepaperusinga ruler.//Thewavelengthisrecorded. 6.Repeattheexperimentbyadjustingthe frequencyofvibratingmotorforf2,f3,f4andf5.

Wavelengthandfrequencyofwaterwaves

MV:Frequencyofwave RV:Wavelength CV:Depth//velocity

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3 Distancebetweentwoloudspeakeranddistancebetweentwo consecutiveloudsound MV:a RV:x CV:f 1.Adjusttheseparation,a,ofthetwospeakersA andBto1.0m. 2.Switchonthesignalgenerator. 3.Anobserverstands5minfrontofAandBand walksinastraightlineparalleltoAandB. 4.Thedistancebetweentwoconsecutiveloud soundheard,x,ismeasuredbymetrerule. 5.Repeattheexperimentwithdistancebetween twoloudspeakers,a=1.2m,1.4m,1.6m,1.8mand 2.0m. 1.A10.0cmconstantanwire(s.w.g28)is connectedbetweenXY. 2.Therheostatisadjusteduntilthecurrentflows inthecircuit0.5Aandvoltmeterreadingis recorded. 3.Theresistancecalculatedbyusingaformula, R=V/I. 4.Repeattheexperimentwithlengthofwire, L=20.0cm,30.0cm,40.0cmand50.0cm.

Resistance&length

MV:Length RV:Resistance CV:Crosssectionalareaof wire

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5 Resistance&CrossSectionalArea MV:CrosssectionalArea RV:Resistance CV:Length 1.A1mm2ofconstantanwire(10cm)is connectedbetweenXY. 2.Therheostatisadjusteduntilthecurrentflows inthecircuit0.5Aandvoltmeterreadingis recorded. 3.Theresistancecalculatedbyusingaformula, R=V/I. 4.Repeattheexperimentwithcrosssectional areaofwire,d=1.5mm2,2.0mm2and2.5mm2 and3.0mm2.

Electriccurrentandvoltage

MV:Current RV:Voltage CV:Temperature// length//surface area

1.Therheostatisadjusteduntilthecurrentflows inthecircuit0.2A. 2.Thereadingofvoltmeterisrecorded. 3.Repeattheexperimentwithcurrentflow, I=0.4A,0.6A,0.8Aand1.0A.