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## of 30 m s-1' If the driver

of mass 50 kg is in a car which is moving with a velocity
is weaiing a seat belt is pushed forward at a
suddenry brakes the car, the passenger who
force of the seat belt and the time interval of the
distance of 0.5 m. what is the average pulling
force acted on the Passenger?
between the passenger and the seat of the car']
[Neglect the effect of friction

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Time interval

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An inclined plank which is used to transfer a box

lorry is shown in

## true of the work done to transfer the same box?

the plank is shortened, which statement is
A Th" *otk done against friction decreases'
B The work done against friction increases'
C The work done against gravity decreases'
D The work done against gravity increases'

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6 A mass tied to one end of a string is whirled in a horizontal

## statement is true of the motion of the mass?

A An outward force acts on the mass'
B The net force acting on the mass is zero' outward force on the mass'
c The tension in the string is balanced by an to move in a circular path'
D The tension in the string enables the mass

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through O. In which configuration should the disc be in static equilibrium?

## 9 A pair of forces F of equal magnitude

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stress-strain curve

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a material is shown

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The material was first stretched, and then allowed to contract. Which deduction is true of the
material?
A The material was stretched beyond the elastic limit.
B The material was permanently deformed after the process.
C Net work done in ttre pro."rJ is stored as strain energy in the material. \
D More work done is involved in stretching than in contracting the material.

## 11 Which statement about the law of equipartition of energy is true?

A The energy of a molecule is equally divided_ among all degrees of freedom where each
degree of freedom has an average energy of
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freedom has an average energy of

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A refrigerator door is 150.0 cm high, 80.0 cm wide and 6.0 cm thick. The temperatures of the
inner and outer surface of the door are 0 'C and 30 "C respectively. What is the heat flow
through the door in one minute?
[Th" thermal conductivity of the door is 0.2]- W m-1

A 1..26x102J B 7.56x103J

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is thrown horizontally from the roof of a building of height 11 as shown in the diagram

below.

The initial speed of the ball is 16.0 m s-1. It hits the ground at an angle of 60.0" with the
horizontal.
(u) Assuming that air resistance is negligible, determine

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The molar heat capacity of a certain ideal gas at constant volume is24.95 J K-1 mol-l.A cylinder
containingZ.O moi of tLe gas at320 K is heated at constant volume to 350 K. Determine
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## (b) the molar heat capacity of the gas at constant pressure,

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(c) the ratio of molar heat capacity at constant pressure to molar heatrcapacitY at constant
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(b) A particle moves from position A to position B in a circular path of radius r with constant
speed y in time Ar is shown in the diagram below.

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## (iii) Derive the expression for the centripetal acceleration

(.) A large spinning swing revolving about

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The swing with a cable length of 8.0 m and a boy with a mass of 70.0 kg, including the chair
he is sitting on, are swung from the edge of a rotating disc with a radius of 5.0 m. The boy is
moved in a horizontal circular path with the cable making an angle of inclination 50' with
the vertical axis. Neglect the air resistance and the mass of the cable.

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## (a) State the conditions for the equilibrium of a rigid body.

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(b) A spherical steel ball of mass 2.0 kg is supported by two cords fixed to a ceiling and wall is
shown in the diagram below.
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The angle between the cord and the ceiling is 40.0" while the other cord is attached
horizontally to the steel ball.
(i) Sketch a triangle of forces representing the forces in equilibrium.
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ball which can be supported by the

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## (c) A uniform ladder of weight L50 N is leaned against a

smooth wall, and is placed on a rough floor is shown in
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## (a) Describe the mechanism of heat conduction in a non-metallic solid.

(b) (i) Deflne the thermal conductivity of a material.

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(c) The wall of a house is made of bricks with a thickness of 20.0 cm and has ?n area of 30.0 m2.
In the afternoon, the outside temperature of the house can reach 38.0 'C while the inside
temperature is maintained at 18.0 "C. In order to reduce heat loss, the contractor applied
plaster with a thickness of 15.0 mm on the inside surface of the wall of the house. Assuming
that the outside and inside temperatures of the house are constant, calculate

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(ii) the rate of heat flow through the wall with plaster,

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(iii) the interface temperature between the wall and the plaster,
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(iv) the percentage of energy blocked by adding the plaster.
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[The conductivity for brick and plaster is 0.84 W m-1 Kr and 4.0 x 10-3 W m-1 K-l respectively.]

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