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  • PERFECT SCORE MODULE 2014

    Sekolah Berasrama Penuh

    Kementerian Pelndidikan Malaysia

    PHYSICS

    Beyond

    Norsaidah (TKC) Jennyta (SASER) Haslina (SEMASHUR)

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    TABLE OF CONTENT

    PHYSICS PERFECT SCORE 2014 PANELS

    NORSAIDAH BT HASSAN - Kolej Tunku Kurshiah (TKC)

    ( Head of Panels )

    HASLINA BT ISMAIL - SMS Hulu Selangor (SEMASHUR)

    JENNYTA BT NOORBI SMS TUANKU MUNAWIR (SASER)

    .From Physics panels, we would like to wish you all the best in your SPM 2014 examination. Make SBP, your parents and teachers proud of you

    SECTION CONTENT Page

    A Diagnostic Test

    Analysis

    1 26

    27 - 28

    B

    Enhancement

    Question

    1. Force & Motion 29 - 30

    2. Force and Pressure 30 - 33

    3. Heat 34 - 37

    4. Light 37 - 41

    5. Waves 41 - 42

    6. Electric 43 44

    7. Electromagnet 45 47

    8. Electronic 47 - 50

    9. Radioactivity 50 - 52

    10. Basic Mathematics / Science Skill 53 - 55

    We are family.

    We are one you and I, we are like the earth and sky. ONE FAMILY under the sun." Disney's The Lion King 2 song- Simbas Pride.

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    SECTION A:

    DIAGNOSTIC TEST

    1 Diagram 1 shows the velocity time graph for the motion of a car

    Calculate the displacement traveled by the car.

    A 80 m B 100 m C 120 m D 140 m

    2 Diagram 2 shows a trolley is moving down on a friction compensated runway

    Diagram 2

    Which of the following statements is true about the trolley?

    A It moves with acceleration.

    B It moves with constant velocity

    C It remains stationary.

    3 Diagram 3 shows a picture is hanging on a wall. Three forces T1, T2 and weight, W are

    acting on the picture

    T1

    T2

    Diagram 3

    Velocity/m s-1

    Time/s 0

    4

    8

    -4

    -8

    5 10 15

    20 25

    Diagram 1

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    Which of the following vector diagrams, represents the forces which act on the

    picture are in equillibrium?

    A B

    C D

    4 Diagram 4shows a box of mass 5 kg is pulled by a force of 100 N at the angle of 60 to

    the horizontal plane. The frictional force acting towards the box is 10 N.

    100 N

    60o

    10 N

    Diagram 4

    Calculate the acceleration of the box.

    A 5.0 m s-2 B 8.0 m s-2

    C. 10.0 m s-2 D 15.3 m s-2

    5 Diagram 5 shows a trolley of mass 500g is sliding down a smooth curved ramp.

    Smooth curved ramp 15 m

    v

    Diagram 5

    What is the speed, v of the trolley?

    A 4.0 m s-1

    B 17.3 m s-1

    C 3.5 m s-1

    D 75.0 m s-1

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    6 Diagram 6 shows a graph of force, F, against the extension, x , of the two springs,

    and Q

    F / N

    P

    Q

    0 X / cm

    Diagram 6

    Based on the graph, which of the following statements is true ?

    A Spring Q needs a bigger force than spring P to produce the same extension

    B The diameter of spring Q is bigger than spring P C Both spring are made of the same material D Spring P is easier to extend than spring Q

    7 Diagram 7 shows a ship floating on the surface of the sea. The density of ocean water

    at the sea surface is 1027 kg m-3. The volume of the ship below the water level of the

    sea is 1500 m3

    Diagram 7

    What is the weight of the ship?

    A 1.46 x 103 N B 1.54 x 106 N C 1.61 x 106 N D 1.54 x 107 N

    8 Water pressure determines the flow of water from the tap. The amount of pressure at

    your tap can depend on how high the service reservoir or water tower is above your

    home, or on how much water other customers are using. The height of your property

    can also affect your water pressure. Diagram 8 shows a water tank that supplies water to

    a three storey building.

    Diagram 8

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    What is the total pressure at tap Y?

    (Density Of Water = 1000 Kg M-3

    , Atmospheric Pressure = 1.0 X 105

    Pa)

    A 9.0 x 104 Pa B 1.2 x 105 Pa C 1.9 x 105 Pa D 2.2 x 105 Pa

    9 Which graph shows the correct relationship between pressure, P and depth, h?

    10 Diagram 9 shows a simple mercury barometer. The height of the mercury level is h.

    Diagram 9

    What happens to the value of h when mercury is added to mercury reservoir?

    A Increases B Decreases C Remains constant

    11 Diagram 10 shows a hydraulic compressing machine.

    Diagram 10

    Diagram 11

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    Which comparison is true about the forces F1 and F2?

    A F1 < F2 B F1 = F2 C F1 > F2

    12 A buoy is a floating object which is anchored to the bottom by a long rope or cable to

    keep it from drifting away. Diagram 11 shows three buoys, X, Y and Z used to warn ships

    about wrecks or other dangers.

    Diagram 11

    Which of the following is correct for the density of buoy X, Y and Z?

    A X = Y = Z B Z > X > Y C Y > Z > X D Z > Y > X

    13 Diagram 12 shows two identical containers, P and Q containing objects Y and X which

    have the same size but of different densities. The upthrust, FP and FQ are exerted on the

    container P and Q respectively.

    Diagram 12

    Which comparison of upthrust is correct?

    A FP > FQ B FP = FQ C FP < FQ

    14 Diagram 13 shows a toy ball of volume V floating with above water.

    Diagram 13

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    If the density of water is , what is the buoyant force acting on the toy duck?

    A g B gV C Vg D

    15 Which diagram shows the correct liquid level in the tube?

    A

    C

    B

    D

    16 Diagram 14 showsan oven isusedto bakea cake. After45 minutes,the cake reaches

    thermal equilibrium.

    Diagram 14

    When is thermal equilibrium reached?

    A When allthe heat from theoven has transferred to the cake

    B When the netrate ofheattransfer between the cake andthe oven is equal

    C When the temperatureofthe cakeis equal to the temperatureof theoven.

    D When the temperature released by the oven is equals to the temperature

    gained by the cake

    17 When water boils at 1000C, the heat absorbed by the water

    A is lost to the surroundings

    B makes the steam molecules moves randomly

    C increases the kinetic energy of the water molecules

    D overcome the forces between the water molecules

    18 Diagram 15 sshows threeflat bottom flasks L, M and N contain 100 gof ethanol,

    200gofwater and 100 gof water respectivelyat thesameinitial temperature. The heat is

    supplied at the same rate. After 3 minutes the temperature, Tofliquid in flasks L, M, and N

    are recorded.

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    Diagram 15

    Which comparison is correctabout thetemperatureof liquid, T in flask L, M, and N, if the

    specific heat of ethanolisless than the specificheat of water?

    A TN L >I

    20 Different materials melt at different temperatures. The chart shows the melting points of

    some materials you know. You might find some of these materials in your kitchen.

    Iron Block Lead Block Aluminium Block

    c = 460 J kg-1 oC-1 c = 130 J kg-1 oC-1 c = 910 J kg-1 oC-1

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    Which of the following best describes the process of melting chocolate in your mouth at

    a steady rate from a temperature of -15 0C until it reaches your mouth temperature (oral

    temperature) which is 37C?

    A C

    B D

    Temperature, (oC)

    0 time, (s)

    37 -

    -15 -

    Temperature, (oC)

    0 time, (s)

    37 -

    -15 -

    Temperature, (oC)

    0 time, (s)

    37 -

    -15 -

    Temperature, (oC)

    0 time, (s)

    37 -

    -15 -

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    21 Diagram shows sea breeze phenomena.

    The phenomena is due to

    A seais as