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QUESTIONSHEET1

(a)3A/21
1
=1.5A
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(b)6V
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(c)resistance=V/I
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=6/1.5
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=4
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(a)5+10
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=15
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(b)I=V/R
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=3/15
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=0.2A
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Unitsareessentialincalculations.Sometimesexaminationquestionsgiveablankspacefortheanswerfollowed
bytheunit.Sometimesnounitisgivenandyouareexpectedtosupplyit.Itisacommonmistaketoleavethe
unitsoutaltogetherdontgetintothisbadhabit.

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QUESTIONSHEET3
6v

(a)

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symbolscorrect
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2and4resistorsinparallel
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5resistorinseries
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(b)resistanceofparallelresistorsgivenby

11

11

11
sototalresistance=
11

+5=

(c)

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=0.95A
11

Forparallelresistors,itissometimeseasiertousetheexpressionProduct/Sumforthetotalresistance.
i.e.hereweget24/(2+4)=8/6=4/3

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(a)(i)Poweroflampis6W
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whenusedon12V
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(ii)6W=6J/s
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5minutes=300s
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energytransferred=3006
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=1800J
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(b)(i)I=P/V=6/12
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=0.5A
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(ii)R=V/I=12/0.5
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=24
11

(c)Nodifference
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24Vsharedbetween2lamps/pdacrosseachlampis12V1

Power is the rate of transferring electrical energy into other forms in this case, heat and light.A 6 W lamp
transfers6Joulesofelectricalenergyintoheat&lighteachsecond,since1W=1J/s.
TheformulaP=I/Visoneyouneedtoknow.

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QUESTIONSHEET5

(a)(i)0.610/20
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=0.3A
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(ii)0.6+0.3
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=0.9A
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(b)V=IR
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0.610or0.320
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=6V
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Currentisinverselyproportionaltotheresistanceaslongasthepdisconstant.Sohalfthecurrentflowsthrough
theresistorthatistwiceasbig.

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QUESTIONSHEET6

(a)

11
R=5
11

(b)10+5
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=15
11

(c)currentthroughsingleresistor=V/R=6/151
=0.4A
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currentthroughparallelresistors=0.2A
1

In many questions, the value of the parallel resistors is the same. In this case, the total resistance is half the
valueofone.

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QUESTIONSHEET7

(a)(i)2+5+10
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=17
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(ii)1/R=1/2+1/5+1/10
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=8/10
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R=10/8=1.25
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(b)Currentlargerin(ii)
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currentinverselyproportionaltoresistance
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smallerresistancemeanslargercurrent
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QUESTIONSHEET8

(a)
11

=4

=21

Totalresistance=2+4=6
1 1

(b)I=V/R
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=12/6
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=2A
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(c)R=4+3
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=7
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I=12/7or1.7A
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(d)R=3+6=9
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I=V/R=12/9
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=1.33A
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QUESTIONSHEET9

(a)C
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(b)(i)acompletepath
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forelectricitytoflow
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whenconnectedtoavoltagesupply
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(ii)A&D(both)
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Noelectricityflowsinthelastcircuit,becausethecellsaretheoppositewayroundfromeachother,
sotheycancelout.

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QUESTIONSHEET10

(a)switchshownineitherofthepositionsindicated
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(b)Parallel
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(c)1.5/3
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=0.5A
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(d)12V
1

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QUESTIONSHEET11

(a)Resistanceincircuitalterscurrent
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ammeterresistancemustbelowsoitdoesntaffect
currentflow
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(b)(i)Inparallelacrosscomponent
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(ii)voltmetermusthavehighresistance
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littlecurrentflowsthroughvoltmeter
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mostcurrentflowsthroughcomponent
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Fortwoparallelresistors,1/R=1/R1+1/R2.Soifoneresistor(thevoltmeter)R2hasahighresistance,1/R2
isverysmallandthetotalresistanceisalmostthesameaswithoutthevoltmeter.

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(a)

axeslabelled+units
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correctplotting
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smoothcurvedrawn
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(b)(i)no
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(ii)thegraphisnotastraightline
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orV/AR
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(iii)filamentlamp
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QUESTIONSHEET13

(a)Voltageisproportionaltocurrent1
forametalconductoratconstanttemperature1

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(b)

circuitsymbolscorrect1
ammeterinseries1
voltmeterinparallel
1
variableresistorinseries1

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QUESTIONSHEET14

(a)A=metalwire
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B=diode
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C=lampfilament
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(b)A
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(c)C
1

AnohmicconductorobeysOhmslaw,soagraphofIagainstVmustbeastraightlinethroughtheorigin.
ThegradientofgraphCdecreasessotheresistancemustbeincreasing.

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QUESTIONSHEET15

(a)(i)

MACHINE

twoswitches
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inseries
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withmachine
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(ii)eachswitchmustbeabletoturnoffmachine
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(b)switchesnotinseries
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eachmustbeabletoswitchlightonoroff
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needstwoparallelpartsofcircuit
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QUESTIONSHEET16

(a)SetupOhmslawcircuit
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measurepdacrosswireandcurrentthroughit
Testcomponent
1
measurelengthofwire
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changelengthofwireandrepeatexperiment
1
1
1

(b)(i)

Length(cm)

Resistance()

(ii)aslengthincreases1
resistanceincreases
directlyproportional1

(iii)aslengthvaries,resistancevaries
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currentvaries
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andlightdimsorbrightens
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Thefirsttwoorthreemarksofthisquestioncouldbeobtainedbydrawingalabelleddiagram.

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QUESTIONSHEET17

(a)A=battery
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B=lamp/lightbulb
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C=switch
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D=variableresistor
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(b)variescurrentinacircuit/actsasdimmerswitch
1

Youmustbeabletorecognisecircuitcomponents.Lookatthesyllabusoraskyourteacherwhichonesyoumust
know.Notethatabatteryismadeupoftwoormorecellsjoinedinseries

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QUESTIONSHEET18

(a)(i)1.5V
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(ii)0V
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(iii)3.0V
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(iv)1.5V
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(v)1.5V
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(b)carbulbneeds12v
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(c)increases
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QUESTIONSHEET19

(a)silvertooexpensive
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(b)copperistooheavy
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(c)rubberandPVC
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(d)waterwillconductelectricity
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wouldgetshockwithwethands
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QUESTIONSHEET20

(a)Oneconnectedafteranotherinline
21

(b)240/20
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=12V
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(c)bulbfrom40bulbsetuses6v
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highervoltagewouldcauseittoblow
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(d)(i)fusewouldblowrepeatedly
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(ii)faultwouldnotblowfuse
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couldbedangeroustooperator
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