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ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS.

1. Physics is a branch of science which means


A. study of particles
C.
B. study of nature
D.
2.
A.
B.

study of living things


study of motion and energy

Video camera works based on the concept of


elasticity
C.
eletromagnetic waves
optics
D.
mechanics

3.
A.
B.

Which of the following is not a contribution of physics?


Electronic dictionary
C.
Electrical lamp
Cutting metal using laser
D.
Purification of metal

4.
A.
B.

Which of the following is a base quantity?


Energy
C.
Mass
D.

Weight
Volume

5.
A.
B.

Which of the following is not a base unit?


Ampere
C.
Kilometre
D.

Kilogram
Kelvin

6.
A.
B.

Which of the following physical quantities has SI unit N s?


Momentum
C.
Force
Power
D.
Pressure

7.

A radio station generates frequency of 89.3 MHz. What is the standard form of this
frequency in Hz?
8.93 106
C.
8.93 103
7
8.93 10
D.
8.93 104

A.
B.
8.

A.
B.

The distance between the Moon and the Earth is 384 000 000 m. Which of the
following prefixes is used correctly to represent the distance between the Moon and
the Earth?
3.84 Mm
C.
3.84 Gm
384 mm
D.
0.384 Gm

9.
A.
B.

Which of the following readings is the shortest?


5.43 103 m
C.
5.43 103 mm
5.43 102 cm
D.
5.43 102 m

10.

Which of the following measurement readings is obtained by using a pair of vernier


callipers?
1.21 mm
C.
1.21 cm
12.2 mm
D.
0.121 cm

A.
B.
11.

Diagram 1 shows the scale of a vernier callipers to measure the diameter of a steel
ball.

Diagram 1
Given that the zero error of the vernier callipers is +0.03 cm. What is the actual
diameter of the steel ball?
A. 3.72 cm
B. 3.75 cm
12.

13.

C.
D.

3.12 cm
3.25 cm

Which of the following is correct about the comparison of sensitivity of a vernier


callipers and a metre ruler?
Vernier callipers

Metre ruler

Low sensitivity

High sensitivity

Low sensitivity

Low sensitivity

High sensitivity

High sensitivity

High sensitivity

Low sensitivity

Diagram 2(a) and 2(b) show the reading on a micrometer screw gauge before and
after being used to measure the thickness of 20 pieces of papers.

(a)

(b)
Diagram 2

A.
B.

What is the thickness of a piece of paper?


0.341 mm
C.
0.358 mm
D.

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0.366 mm
0.362 mm

Diagram 3
Diagram 3 shows several different readings of a same wire being observed due to the
reading taken on different angle. What is the error occur in Diagram 3?
A.
B.

Zero error
Parallax error

C.
D.

Systematic error
Random error

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Thickness (cm)
2.38
2.39

Table 1

A.
B.

A.
B.
C.
D.

Table 1 shows a set of


measure thickness of a
deviation is
0.65%
2.00%

2.41
2.39
2.42

readings of vernier callipers to


wooden block. The relative
C.
D.

2.84%
0.56%

16. The graph in Diagram 4 shows the velocity of a car,


v against the time taken, t to deceleration. Which of
the following is true about the car motion?
When t = 50 s, v = 0.
The gradient of the graph is 1.0 m s2.
v is directly proportional to t.
The equation of the graph is v = 60 t.
Diagram 4

17.

A.
B.

A general statement which is assumed to be true


before an investigation. It state the relationship between the manipulated variable and
the responding variable. The statement is called
observation
C.
hypothesis
inferens
D.
conclusion

18.

Which of the following equations shows the relationship of y and x correctly based on
the graph in Diagram 9?

A.

1
y=a +c
x

Diagram 5
a c
= x+ c
C.
y a

B.

c
y= x+c
x

D.

19.

a
=accx
y

Which of the following statements based on the graph in Diagram 6 is not true?

Diagram 6
A.

When x = 0.04, y = 20 N

B.

Gradient = 500 N m1

C.
D.

F directly proportional to x

Area under the graph = 5.0 N m


4p 2 l
g

20.

A.
B.
C.
D.
21.

Given the formula for a simple pendulum is T =


, where T is the period, l is the
length and g is the acceleration due to gravity. Which of the following statement is
true?
T directly proportional to l.
T inversely proportional to g.
The graph of T2 against l is a straight line.
The graph of T against l is a straight line.
Diagram below shows a velocity-time graph of three moving objects, X, Y and Z
along a straight line.

A.
B.
C.
D.

Which of the following statements is true about the motion of objects X, Y and Z?
Object Y is in stationary.
Object X has greater displacement than objek Y.
Object X has greater displacement than object Z.
Object Z have greater displacement than object X and object Y.

22.

Which of the following ticker tapes describes a motion with constant velocity?
A.

C.

B.

23.

A.
B.
24.
A.
B.
C.
D.

25.
A.
B.
C.
D.

D.

Diagram 7 shows a tape chart for a trolley which travels down an inclined plane.

Diagram 7
The ticker-timer vibrates at a frequency of 50 Hz. Determine the acceleration of the
trolley, in cm s2?
50
C.
300
150
D.
250
Which of the following situations can explained by principle of inertia?
A moving ball stop after travelled for 10 m.
The velocity of a car increase, when the car accelerate.
An apple falls from an apple tree with constant acceleration
Passengers in a bus lurch backwards when the bus start to move forward from
stationary.
Principle of conservation of momentum states that
inertia of an object is called momentum.
momentum is directly proportional to mass and velocity.
the total momentum of a collision or an explosion are conserved.
the total momentum of a system is constant, unless external force acts on the system.
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26.

Diagram 7 shows a velocity-time graph of a car along a straight road.

Diagram 7
Which of the following graphs true about the motion of the car?
A.
C.

B.

27.

D.

Diagram 8 shows object X and object Y before and after an inelastic collision.

Diagram 8
The mass of object X and object Y are 5 kg and 1 kg respectively. What is the velocity, v
of both object after collision, in m s1?
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A.
B.

1.0
2.5

C.
D.

5.8
6.0

28.
A.
B.
C.
D.

Which of the following is not true about force?


Force can change the shape of a moving object.
Force can change the inertia of a moving object.
Force can change the direction of a moving object.
Force can change the velocity of a moving object.

29.

A force of 100 N pulls a load of 6 kg where it is suspended on a smooth pulley as


shown in Diagram 9

Diagram 9
A.
B.

What is acceleration of the load?


60 m s2
6.7 m s2

C.
D.

10 m s2
17 m s2

A.
B.

A force, F acts on 0.060 kg tennis ball which moving with velocity 2 m s1. If the
velocity of the tennis ball change to 6 m s1 in opposite direction within 0.08 s, what is
the value of F applied?
3.0 N
C.
4.5N
3.6 N
D.
6.0 N

31.

Which of the following systems will produce maximum acceleration on the object?

30.

A.

C.

B.

D.

32.

Which of the following statement is wrong about gravitational field strength?


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A.
B.
C.
D.

Its unit is N kg1.


It is directly proportional to the mass of the object.
Its value is same for each object in a same location
It is defined as the ratio of the weight to the mass of the object.

33.

Diagram 10 shows a boy of 40 kg stands on a lift moving with acceleration 1.5 m s2.

Diagram 10
What is the force acting on the floor of the lift due to the mass of the boy?
A.
B.

34.

340 N
400 N

C.
D.

427 N
460 N

Diagram 11 shows a force, F pulling a 3 kg wooden block horizontally on a smooth


and flat surface. The wooden block and load of 4 kg tied by a string.

Diagram 11
If the load accelerates with 2 m s2 upward, what is the magnitude of F?
A.
B.

8.0 N
40 N

C.
D.

48 N
84 N

35. Diagram 12 shows a 10 kg load is suspended by two threads.

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Diagram 12
What is the tension of Thread 1?
A.
B.

A.
B.
C.
D.

50.0 N
64.0 N

C.
D.

131 N
156 N

36. Parachute is a device for making people or objects fall slowly and safely when fall
from a high position. The function of parachute is due to
the density of the air is higher.
the air resistance has been increased.
the weight of the object has been reduced
the acceleration due to gravity has been decreased.
37. Diagram 13 shows a student pulls a bag with force 60 N at 50 to the horizontal.

Diagram 13
What is the work done of the student after traveling a distance of 40 m?
A.
B.

1 540 J
1 840 J

C.
D.

2 400 J
3 730 J

38. The diagram shows a book falling down from a table.

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A.
B.

Which physical quantity of the book increases while it is falling?


Potential energy
C.
Mass
Chemical energy
D.
Kinetic energy

39. Diagram 14 shows box resting on an inclined plane at angle to the vertical.

Diagram 14
There are three forces acting on the box. By using m for mass of the box, g for the
acceleration due to gravity, and F for frictional force, derive an equation to express
the frictional force of the box on the inclined plane.
A.
F = mg sin
C.
F = mg tan
B.
F = mg cos
D.
F = mg cos (90 )
40. The diagram 15 shows a coconut falls from a coconut tree. The coconut has the least
change in kinetic energy between the positions

Diagram 15
A.
B.

A and B
A and D

C.
D.

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A and C
A and E

41. Diagram 16 shows a man lift up a box of 50 kg to 120 cm vertically in 2.0 seconds.

Diagram 16
Which of the following statements is not true about the work done?
A.
B.
C.
D.

The total work done is 600 J.


The power of the man is 1 200 W.
The potential energy gained by the box is 600 J.
Work is done to raise the potential energy of the box.

42. Diagram 17 shows the motion of two objects undergo inelastic collision.

Diagram 17
Object B moving with velocity, v before collision. Its velocity was doubled after
collided by object A. Which of the following statements is true about the collision?
A.
B.
C.
D.

The momentum of object B is doubled.


The kinetic energy of object B is double.
The total energy stored in object B is constant.
The kinetic energy of the collision is conserved.
43. Diagram 18 shows a force-extension graph of a copper spring and a steel spring.

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Diagram 18
Which of the following statements is true about both copper and steel spring?
A.
B.
C.
D.

The copper spring is less stiffer than steel spring.


The elastic constant of the copper spring is larger than the steel spring.
The diameter of the copper coil is larger than the diameter of the steel coil.
The length of the copper wire is longer than the length of the steel spring.

44. Diagrams 19 shows a load M supported by the arrangement of springs A, B and C. All
the springs are identical.

Diagram 19
Which comparison is correct about the extension of A, B and C?
A.
B < A< C
B.
C<B<A
C.
B<C<A
D.
A<B<C
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45. Diagram 20 shows an object of mass 0. 15 kg pushed to compress a spring of 20 cm to


8 cm. The elastic constant of the spring is 100 N m1.

Diagram 20
What is the maximum velocity reached by the object after the force is removed?
A.
B.

2.1 m s1
3.1 m s1

C.
D.

8.9 m s1
9.6 m s1

46. Diagram 18 (a) shows a spring of 15 cm compressed to 12 cm by a load of 2.0 kg


whereas Diagram 18 (b) shows a system of four identical spring is compressed from
15cm to 9 cm by a load of mass, m.

Diagram 18
If the springs used in Diagram 27 (a) and Diagram 27 (b) are identical, what is the
value of mass m?
A.
B.

4.0 kg
8.0 kg

C.
D.

16 kg
24 kg

47. Four different thumbtacks are pressing into a piece of wood with same force, F.
Which of the following thumbtacks exerts the lowest pressure on the wood surface?
A.

C.
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B.

A.
B.
C.
D.

D.

48. A barometer is carried from the foot of mountain to the top of mountain. The level of
mercury in barometer fell. Why does it happen?
Gravitational force has decreased
Temperature of air has decreased
Pressure of air has decreased
Pressure inside the barometer has increased

49. Diagram 19 shows a prism with height 6 cm, length 8 cm, and width 20 cm. The
weight of the prism is 20 N.

Diagram 19
What is the maximum pressure that can be exerted by the prism on the ground, in
Ncm2?
A.
B.

0.10
0.16

C.
D.

0.42
0.83

50. Diagram 20 shows a cylindrical object with height 15 cm and diameter 10 cm is


placed on a table.

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A.
B.

Diagram 20
Given that the density of the object is 5000 kg m3. What is the pressure that exerted
by the object on the table, in N cm2?
0.05
C.
0.64
0.19
D.
0.75

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