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object has velocity v and acceleration a. Which quantities must be in the

same direction?

A

C

a and v only

v and F only

B

D

a and F only

v, F and a

2.

Two similar spheres, each of mass m and travelling with speed v, are

moving towards

each other. The spheres have a head- on elastic

collision. Which statement is correct?

3.

To get to his office from the entrance of the building, a man has to walk up

six flights of stairs. The height of each flight is 2.5 m and the man has a

mass of 80 kg. What is the approximate gain in the mans gravitational

potential energy during the climb?

A

4.

5.

2000 J

4800 J

12000 J

acting on the submarine are viscous drag, upthrust and weight. Which

relationship between their magnitudes is correct?

A

weight <

drag

weight = drag

weight <

upthrust

The driving force on the car is 600 N. At what speed does it travel?

A

6.

1200J

2.5ms-1

4.0 ms-1

25 ms-1

40 ms-1

A ball falls vertically and bounces on the ground. The following statements

are about the forces acting while the ball is in contact with the ground.

Which statement is correct?

A

The force that the ball exerts on the ground is always equal to the

weight of the ball.

The force that the ball exerts on the ground is always equal in

magnitude and opposite in direction to the force the ground exerts

on the ball.

The force that the ball exerts on the ground is always less than the

weight of the ball.

direction to the force that the ground exerts on the ball.

7.

the physical reason for this upthrust?

A

8.

factor does its speed increase?

A

9.

10.

is zero

16

wall at right angles to the wall. It then rebounds horizontally with the same

speed. What is its change in momentum.

zero

mu

- mu

- 2mu

A submarine carries a pressure meter so that the crew can work out how

far they are below the surface of the sea. At the surface, the meter

indicates a pressure of 100 kPa. The density of seawater is 1030 kgm -3.

What is the depth below the surface when the meter reads 450 kPa.

34.6 m

437 m

44.5 m

340 m

m. If he had been travelling at 30 ms -1, in what distance could he bring the

car to rest using the same braking force?

A

13.

A

12.

A

11.

17 m

30 m

52 m

90 m

C

The total momentum of a system remains constant provided no

external force acts on it.

D

14.

toatal momentum before collision.

emerges from the hose-pipe horizontally with a speed of 20 ms -1. Which

force is required from a person holding the hose-pipe to prevent it moving

backwards?

A 30 N

15.

10800 N

v/4

v/2

5v/4

MP > M Q

B NP > NQ

0.38 s

1.4 s

2.5 s

2.9 s

0.50E

0.71E

0.87E

Two steel wires P and Q have lengths l and 2l respectively, and crosssectional areas A and A/2 respectively. Both wires obey Hookes law. What

is the ratio (tension in P)/(tension in Q) when both wires are stretched to

the same extension?

A

20.

E. Assuming air resistance to be negligible, what will be the kinetic energy

of the projectile when it reaches its highest point?

A

19.

1800 N

A stone is dropped from the top of a tower of height 40 m. The stone falls

from rest and air resistance is negligible. What time is taken for the stone

to fall the last 10 m to the ground?

A

18.

They have NP and NQ atoms per unit volume. It is found by experiment that

the density of P is greater than that of Q. Which of the following

deductions from this experiment must be correct?

A

17.

270 N

opposite directions with speeds 2v and v respectively. These trucks collide

and stick together. What is the speed of the trucks after the collision?

A

16.

1/4

1/2

2/1

4/1

The Young modulus of steel is determined using a length of steel wire and

is found to have the value E. Another experiment is carried out using a

wire of the same steel, but of twice the length and half the diameter. What

value is obtained for the Young modulus in the second experiment?

A

21.

23.

200 kJ

300 kJ

325 kJ

2E

450 kJ

The frictional force on the box is 50 N. What is the gain in kinetic energy of

the box when it is moved through a distance of 6.0 m?

240 J

300 J

540 J

840 J

km speed trial. His aerodynamic suit and position on the cycle reduce

resistive forces to 180 N. What is the approximate time achieved in the

speed trial?

A

25.

principle of physics, is used in the derivation of this formula?

A

24.

at 5 ms-1. What is the change in the kinetic energy of the car?

A

22.

140 s

2200 s

240 s

1300 s

A

It is the energy associated with the objects movement through

space.

B

It is the energy associated with the random movement of the

molecules in the object.

C

It is the energy due to the attractions between the molecules within

the object.

D

It is the sum of all the microscopic potential and kinetic energies of

the molecules.

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