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FORM 5 Chapter 3

Electromagnetism

EXERCISE 3.4
ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION

1. NS10Q43 Induced electromotive force can be produced in a 6. KDH10Q41 Diagram shows a copper rod that can be moved
conductor by in four different directions between the poles of a permanent
A moving in parallel to the magnetic field magnet.
B moving in perpendicular to the magnetic field
C staying stationary in the unchanged magnetic field

2. PNG10Q39 Diagram shows the three fingers used in


Fleming’s right-hand rule.

Which direction will produce a deflection on the galvanometer?

What is represented by thumb in Fleming’s right-hand rule?


A Force
B Motion 7. SLG08Q42 A straight conductor is moved perpendicularly to
C Magnetic field the magnetic field.
D Induced current Which of the following shows the correct direction of the
induced current in the conductor?
3. KDH11Q41 Diagram shows wire XY placed between magnet
P and magnet Q.

Which direction of motion of wire XY will produce current


flowing through the galvanometer from W to Z?
A Towards magnet P
B Towards magnet Q
C Upwards
D Downwards

4. MLK11Q39 Which rule can be used to determine the


direction of the induced current in the solenoid? 8. MRSM08Q42 A bar magnet is dropped through a coil of wire
A Right-hand grip rule as shown in diagram below.
B Fleming’s left-hand rule
C Fleming’s right-hand rule

5. TIMES11Q41 Diagram shows a conducting wire connected


to a galvanometer in between two magnet.

Which of the following actions will increase the deflection of the


galvanometer pointer?
A Drop the magnet from a greater height
B Increase the diameter of the coil
C Decrease the number of turns of the coil
D Reverse the pole of the magnet before dropping
What will happen when the wire move upwards?
A Induced current flow in wire from B to A.
9. MLK110Q41 Diagram 27 shows a bar magnet moving into a
B The wire will be magnetized.
solenoid.
C The needle of galvanometer will not deflect.
D The needle of galvanometer deflect and then back to initial
position.
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Electromagnetism

A The magnet pole is reversed


B The number of coils increases
C The coil is made from the insulated wire
D The magnet is pushed slowly into the coil

14. JHR10Q40 The diagram shows a bar magnet moving


The polarity of the solenoid at P and the deflection of the towards a solenoid.
galvanometer are

Which of these actions will not increase the deflection of the


galvanometer pointer?
A Reversing the polarity of the magnet
B Increasing the number of coils in the solenoid
C Increasing the speed of the bar magnet
10. MLK210Q37 Diagram shows the galvanometer pointer
D Increasing the number of magnets used
deflects when a magnet is pushed into a coil of wire.
15. MLK11Q41 Diagram shows a bar magnet that is being
moved into a solenoid.

Which actions will cause the deflection of galvanometer


increases?
A increase the number of coils The polarity of the solenoid at P and the deflection of the
B push the magnet slower towards the coil galvanometer are
C use coil that is made from insulated wire Polarity of the Deflection of the
D reverse the magnetic pole of the magnet solenoid at P Galvanometer
A North To the right
11. PRK10Q44 Diagram shows the arrangement of a solenoid B North To the left
and a magnet. C South To the right
D South To the left

16. NS11Q43 Diagram shows a coil of wire placed next to a


magnet. The galvanometer pointer deflects when the magnet is
pushed into the coil.

Which of the following methods produce zero reading in


galvanometer? Which action will increase the deflection of the galvanometer
A The magnet is pulled out of the solenoid. pointer?
B The solenoid is moved towards the magnet. A The magnetic pole is reversed.
C The magnet and the solenoid are moved at the same velocity. B The number of turns of coils is increased.
D The magnet and the solenoid are moved at the same speed C The coil is made from insulated wire.
but in opposite direction. D The magnet is pushed slowly into the coil.

12. GGPRK10Q37 Which rule can be use to determine the 17. MRSM11Q40 Diagram shows a bar magnet and a solenoid.
direction of the induced current in the solenoid?
A Right-hand grip rule
B Fleming’s left-hand rule
C Fleming’s right-hand rule

13. GGPRK10Q41 Diagram shows a coil of wire placed next to


a magnet. The galvanometer pointer deflects when the magnet Which of these actions will produce an induced current?
is pushed into the coil.

Which actions will increase the deflection of galvanometer


pointer?
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Electromagnetism

18. PRL11Q43 Diagram shows a bar magnet on a light trolley


moving into a coil PQ.

Which of the following statement is true? Which of the following would give a zero reading on the
Speed of Polarity of pole P Polarity of pole galvanometer?
trolley as it as trolley Q as trolley A moving the solenoid towards the magnet
approaches P approaches coil leaves the coil B moving the magnet away from the solenoid
A Decreases Becomes South Becomes C moving the magnet towards the solenoid
pole South pole D moving the magnet and the solenoid in the same direction
B Increases Becomes North Becomes with constant velocity
pole South pole
C No change Becomes North Becomes 22. PRL10Q43 Diagram shows a galvanometer is connected to
pole South pole a solenoid. While magnet bar is moved towards the solenoid,
D No change Becomes South Becomes the galvanometer pointer deflected to the right.
pole North pole

19. SBP11Q39 Diagram shows the arrangement of a solenoid


and a moving magnet to produce an induced e.m.f. in the
solenoid.

What will happen to the galvanometer pointer, when the


magnet is pull out from the solenoid?
A Deflect to the left and stay there.
B Deflect to the left and return to its original position.
C Deflect to the right and stay there.
D Deflect to the right and return to its original position.
Which action can increase the magnitude of the induced e.m.f.?
23. SBH10Q39 When a magnet is pushed towards a solenoid,
the galvanometer connected to the solenoid deflects to the right.

When the same magnet is pulled away from the solenoid at the
same speed, what will be the deflection on the galvanometer?
A Zero
B The same and to the right
20. SBP11Q40 Diagrma shows a bar magnet is being pushed C The same and to the left
into a selenoid. D Greater and to the left

24. SLG10Q38 Diagram shows a bar magnet being pushed


into a solenoid.

Towards which direction will the galvanometer pointer deflect?


A Deflect to the left
B Deflect to the right Which of the following are correct about poles X and Y?
C Deflect to the left and right X Y
A North North
21. TRG11Q41 Diagram shows a solenoid connected to a B North South
sensitive galvanometer centered zero. C South North
D South South
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Electromagnetism

EXERCISE 3.5
AC Generator and DC Generator
1. SLG10Q39 The direction of an induced current when there is
a relative motion between a conductor and magnetic field can
be determined by
A Right-hand grip rule
B Fleming’s right-hand rule
C Fleming’s left-hand rule
D Maxwell’s Cork Screw rule 5. SBP11Q43 Diagram shows an electric generator connected
to a cathode ray oscilloscope(CRO).
2. TRG10Q39 The diagram shows a bar magnet moving
towards a solenoid.

Which of these actions will not increase the deflection of the


galvanometer pointer? Which trace represents the e.m.f. induced in the generator
A Reversing the polarity of the magnet when the coil is rotated at a constant speed?
B Increasing the number of coils in the solenoid
C Increasing the speed of the bar magnet
D Increasing the number of magnets used

3. SLG09Q39 The following diagrams show the direction of


induced current flow in a solenoid when the magnet is moved
as shown. Which direction of the induced current shown is not
correct?

6. PRK11Q40 Diagram shows output terminals of an electric


generator being connected to a cathode-ray
oscilloscope(C.R.O.).

Which of the following will be displayed on the screen when the


time-based is turned on?

4. TRG11Q38 Diagram shows the structural design of d.c.


generator. Side XY at the coil rotates in the clockwise direction. 7. PRK11Q41 Which of the following cannot increase the
magnitude the induced current produced by the electric
generator as shown in diagram below?

A Using a stronger magnet


B Rotating the coil at a higher speed
Which of the diagram shows the position of XY where the C Increasing the number of turns on the coil
induction current does not flows? D Winding the coil on a stainless steel core
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Electromagnetism

8. NS11Q40 Diagram shows a square coil rotating at a steady 11. PNG10Q44 When is the magnitude of the induced current
speed in a magnetic field. maximum?

Which of the following graph shows the fluctuation in the A When the power supply increases
current flowing through the lamp starting with the coil being in B When the magnet is moved further apart
horizontal position? C When the conductor cut across the magnetic field parallel
D When the conductor cut across the magnetic field
perpendicularly

12. GGPRK10Q40 Diagram shows an electric generator


connected to a cathode ray oscilloscope.

Which trace represents the e.m.f. induced in the generator


when the coil is rotated at a constant speed?

9. NS10Q42 Diagram shows an electric generator which is


connected to the CRO with the time-base on.

13. PRL10Q41 Which of the following potential difference


against time graph for direct current generator is true?
Which of the following traces shows the induced e.m.f.
produced by the generator?

10. PNG10Q40 Which graph shows the output of a simple d.c.


generator?