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PHYSICAL QUANTITY Frequency of inertia balance Magnitude of impulsive force Acceleration of a rocket Stiffness of a spring Extension of a spring Surface

tension of a liquid Pressure in a liquid Up thrust Sensitivity of a thermometer Rise of temperature of an object when heated Rate of evaporation Rate of boiling Power of a lens Characteristics of image formed by concave mirror Characteristics of image formed by convex mirror Critical angle Magnifying power of an astronomical telescope Speed of water waves in a ripple tank Frequency of water waves Wavelength of water waves Diffraction of waves through a slit Separation between adjacent bright fringes Loudness of sound Pitch of sound Number of images in a diffraction pattern Pattern of electric field Resistance of a metal conductor Potential difference across resistors in series Current for resistors in parallel Magnetic field pattern due to electric current Magnetic field strength (solenoid) Magnitude of magnetic force Speed of rotation of an electric motor Magnitude of induced e.m.f. Magnitude of induced current Direction of induced current Output voltage of a transformer Lost of electric power through a cable Output voltage of d.c. and a.c. generator Sensitivity of a moving coil galvanometer Rate of emission of thermions Brightness of trace on the screen an O.S.K. Resistance of a semiconductor Flow of current through a semiconductor diode Collector current in a transistor Resistance of LDR Resistance of a thermistor

FACTORS

Law or principle Newtons first law of motion Newtons second law of motion Newtons third law of motion Principle of conservation of momentum Kinetic theory of mater Hookes law Pascals principle Archimedes principle Bernoullis principle Boyles law Pressure law Charless law Universal gas law Principle of conservation of energy Einsteins energy-mass relationship Snells law Principle of superposition of wave Ohms law Faradays law Lenz law

Physical quantity

Relationship

Application / use

Keywords Estimate What How Compare How much/ what is the value Differentiate When Construct Discuss Prove Suggest Find Calculate Describe Tabulate Explain Classify Identify Shade Draw Why Name State Predict List Arrange Define Determine Illustrate

Expected response Give a quantitative value based on calculation or reasoning. Give required / specific information Describe / give explanation / method /condition / steps concerning an event Give similarity and difference between two things Give a quantitative answer Give the difference / contrast between two or more things / events State the time or period Draw diagram / one that uses geometrical method / tools Give views from various aspects Show truth using mathematical method / exampels / facts of physics Give an idea / opinion Give an answer without calculation / with simple calculation Give answer through calculation To tell about something (story like) in detail and systematically. Arrange things/data according to specified aspects. Give method/reason about something in order that it is easily understood. Separate into a few groups according to fixed characteristics. Pick out or determine something based on facts/descriptions given. Denote an area by colouring/filling/draw lines to cover the area Make figure such as chart/diagram/graph /shape using instruments according to scale and in detail Give reason Give name/terminology for something such as component/process/instrument Give facts without explanation /support Give/state forecast for something based on facts State facts/statements in point form. Place according to fixed order Give definition for the term given Find answer base on process/reasoning Give facts with support such as diagrams/reasons/explanation to make clear an idea.

Type of experiment Light

Spring

Ticker tape Electric

Heat

Sound wave inteference

Precautions

a. Experiment must be carried out in darkened room. b. Lens, screen and object must be in line c. Avoid parallax error by placing the eye such that the line of view is perpendicular to the scale of the ruler. a. Make sure the spring is not loaded beyond the elastic limit. (spring return to original length when load is taken off). b. Avoid parallax error by placing the eye such that the line of view is perpendicular to the scale of the ruler. c. Repeat the experiment 4 times and calculate the average. a. Make sure the tape runs freely through the ticker timer b. Repeat the experiment 4 times and calculate the average. a. All connections must be secure/tight. b. Off the switch after readings are taken to prevent wires from heating up (resistance increase) c. Avoid parallax error by placing the eye such that the line of view is perpendicular to the scale of the ammeter/ voltmeter. d. Repeat the experiment 4 times and calculate the average. a. Liquid must be stirred constantly so that temperature rises evenly. b. Alluminium block must be wrapped with insulating material to prevent heat lost. c. Thermometer bulb should be smeared with oil to give better thermal contact with the block. d. Avoid parallax error by placing the eye such that the line of view is perpendicular to the scale of the thermometer. e. Repeat the experiment 4 times and calculate the average. a. Experiment must carry out at open space to avoid echo b. Repeat the experiment 4 times and calculate the average.

ter/ voltmeter.