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# PHYSICS UNIT, MRSM KP

A. Conceptual ( Paper 2, Section B)

Compare: Example:
1. Item 1 --------------------------------------------
 Item1 is less / more in figure 1 compare to figure 2
2. Item 2 --------------------------------------------  Item 1 is smaller / higher in figure 1 compare to figure 2
 Item 1is increase / decrease in figure 1 compare to figure 2
 Item 1 is the same in figure 1 compare to figure 2
3. Item 3 --------------------------------------------

Relate: Example:
 Item 1 with Item 2-----------------------------  When item 1 is small, item 3 is smaller / bigger
 When item 1 is low, item 3 is lower / higher
 Item 1 with Item 3-----------------------------  When item 1 is increased, item 3 is increased / decreased

Deduction: Example:
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 Physics concept / law / principle

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Deduction

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A. Problem solving ( Paper 2, Section B)

Aspect Reason

1. Item 1:  -------------------------------------------------------
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2. Item 2:  -------------------------------------------------------
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3. Item 3:  -------------------------------------------------------
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4. Item 4:  -------------------------------------------------------
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5. Item 5:  -------------------------------------------------------
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## The most suitable is ___ because suitability of item 1, 2, 3 and 4.

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C. Designing An Experiment ( Paper 3, Section B)

a) Inference

## ---------------------------- depend on ----------------------------

(Responding Variable) (Manipulated Variable)

b) Hypothesis

## When ---------------------------- increases, the ---------------------------- increases / decreases.

(Manipulated Variable) (Responding Variable)

c) Designing an experiment
i. Aim of the experiment

## To investigate the relationship between ---------------------------- and ----------------------------

(Manipulated Variable) (Responding Variable)

ii. Variables
Manipulated variable : ----------------------------
Responding variable : ----------------------------
Fixed variable : ----------------------------

(at least 6)

## iv. Arrangement of the apparatus

(figure and label)

v. Procedure
1) Controlling the manipulated variable
(initial manipulated variable value and steps in controlling manipulated variable)

## 2) Measuring the responding variable

(steps of how to measure responding variable and apparatus used)

3) Repeatition
(repeating step (1) and (2) by varying the manipulated variable with 4 others values)

(5 values)