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# SULIT SULIT 1 4531/3

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Fizik
Kertas 3
September
2007

## JABATAN PELAJARAN NEGERI JOHOR

PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN
SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2007

FIZIK

Kertas 3

PERATURAN PEMARKAHAN

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No. Answer Marks

## 1 (a) (i) Object distance, u 1

(ii) Imej distance, v 1
(iii) Focal length 1
(b)
u /cm v /cm 1/u 1/v
(cm -1) (cm -1)
34.0 14.2 0.029 0.070
30.0 15.0 0.033 0.067
26.0 16.3 0.038 0.063
20.0 20.0 0.050 0.050
16.0 26.7 0.063 0.037

Tabulate data
1. Shows a table which have u , v, 1/u and 1/v 1
2. State the correct unit for 3. u , v, 1/u and 1/v 1
3. All values of v are correct 2
4. Values of 1/u are consistent to 3 decimal places. 1
5. Values of 1/v are consistent to 3 decimal places. 1

## 1. The responding variable, 1/v at y axis,

the manipulated variable, 1/u at x axis
States the unit of the variable correctly 1
2. Both axis with the even and uniform scale 1
3. 5 points correctly plotted 1
4. A smooth best fit straight line 1
5. Minimum size of the graph is 10 cm x 8 cm 1

No of ticks √ Marks
7 5
5,6 4
3,4 3
2 2
1 1

## (e)  Put on the curtain to avoid excess light from outside. 1

 The position of the eyes must be perpendicular to the reading
taken to avoid parallax error.
TOTAL 16

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## 2 (a) (i) The potential difference decreases linearly. 1

(ii) 1. Extrapolation of the graf. 1
2. V = 3.5V 1
(iii) Electromotive force 1
(iv) Voltmeter 1
(b) 1. Shows the triangle with an acceptable/ 1
minimum size 8 cm x 8 cm
2. Substitute correctly 1
- (1.5 – 3.5) / (1.2 -0.0)
3. States the value of gradient and its unit 1
- 1.67 VA -1 // Ω.
(c) 1. Show the vertical line from I= 0.80A until touches 1
the graph then horizontal line until it touches the V
axis.
2. V = 2.15V 1

(d) 1. E = I(R + r)
3.5 = 0.80(R + 1.67) 1
2. R = 2 .71Ω 1

TOTAL 12

SECTION B
NO ANSWER Marks
3(a) Inference : 1
The volume of the gas depends on the pressure which acts on it.
(b) Hypothesis:
The smaller the pressure, the larger is the volume of a fixed mass of gas. / 1
The volume of a gas varies inversely with its pressure.
(c) Aim : To investigate the relationship between the pressure and volume
(i) for a fixed mass of gas at a constant temperature. 1
(ii) Variables : Manipulated : Gas volume, V
Responding : Gas pressure, P 1
Fixed : Gas temperature,T or mass of gas, m 1
(iii) Apparatus : Glass syringe, a short rubber tube and Bourdon gauge 1
(iv) Arrangement of apparatus:
1

(v) Procedure:
1. The apparatus is set up as shown in the diagram

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above.
2. The piston of the syringe is adjusted until the volume of air in the 1
syringe is 100 cm3 at atmospheric pressure.
3. The syringe is connected to a Bourdon gauge and the pressure of the 1
air in the syringe is observed and recorded.
4. The piston is then pushed in so that the volume of air trapped is 90
cm3. The pressure is again recorded, this procedure is repeated for 1
enclosed volumes of 80cm3, 70 cm3 and 60 cm3.
(vi)
Volume V / cm3 1 Pressure P / Nm-2
/ cm-3
V
100
1
90
80
70
60
*colum PV or P (1/V)

(vii)
P/ Nm-2 P/ Nm-2

/ cm3
3
V/ cm
Pressure of a fixed mass of gas is inversely proportional to its volume.

TOTAL 12
4(a) Inference : 1
The resistance of a metal conductor depends on the temperature.
(b) Hypothesis:
The resistance of a metal conductor increases with temperature. 1
(c) Aim : To investigate the effect of temperature on the resistance of a metal
(i) conductor. 1
(ii) Variables : Manipulated : Temperature, T
Responding : Resistance, R 1
Fixed : Type of material, length and cross-sectional 1

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## area of the wire.

(iii) Apparatus : Iron wire, ammeter, voltmeter, rheostat, U- shaped glass rod, 1
beaker, thermometer, stirrer, electrical power supply, connecting wires,
crocodile clips, Bunsen burner,water, wire gauze and tripod stand.
(iv) Arrangement of apparatus:
1

(v) Procedure:
1. The length of fine iron wire is wound around a U-shaped glass rod to
form a coiled resistor and the apparatus is set up as shown in the
diagram above.
2. The water is heated to a temperature of 30oC , the current is
maintained at a value of 0.5 A using the rheostat and the reading of
the voltmeter is recorded. 1
3. The experiment is repeated with the temperature raised to 40oC ,
50oC, 60oC, 70oC and 80oC.
V 1
4. The corresponding value of the resistance R  is calculated for
I
1
each of the above temperatures.

V/ V
30
40
50
60 1
70
80

(vii)
R / ohms

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