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SPM Physics Summative Test 2 Form 5 Chapter 2 and 3

Paper 1Objective Question (20 marks)

Time: 1 hour 15 minutes

This paper consists of 20 questions. Answer all questions. Every question is followed by four alternative
answers A, B, C and D. For each question, choose one answer only.
1

An electric circuit has been switched on for 8


hours.
Calculate the quantity of electric charge passing
through the circuit if the current is 1 A.
A 8C
B 480 C
C 480 C
D 28 800 C
The electric current supplied by a battery in a
circuit is 8.0 105 A.
What is the quantity of charge that flows in 3
hours?
A 2.7 105 C
B 2.4 104 C
C 1.4 102 C
D 8.6 101 C
Which of the following is correct about the
Ohm's Law?
A The resistance is directly proportional to
the potential difference with constant
current and other physical properties
B The temperature is directly proportional
to the current with constant potential
difference and other physical properties
C The potential difference is directly
proportional to the current with constant
temperature and other physical properties
D The temperature is directly proportional
to the resistance with constant potential
difference and other physical properties

Which of the following is a conductor that


obeys Ohm's law?
A Thermistor
B Bulb filament
C Constantan wire
D Vacuum diode

Diagram 2 shows an electric circuit.

Diagram 2
The reading on the ammeter is
A 2.0 A
B 3.0 A
C 4.0 A
D 9.0 A
7

Diagram 3 shows an electric circuit.

Diagram 1 shows an electric circuit.


Diagram 3
Which of the following is correct?
A A1 = A2
B A1 > A2
C A1 < A2
D V1 = V2

Diagram 1
8

Which changes to the wire will produce


the highest reading on the ammeter?
A
B
C
D

P
Shorter
Longer
Longer
Shorter

Q
Smaller
Smaller
Bigger
Bigger

The circuit that produces the brightest light


bulb is
A

12 Diagram 5 shows an electric circuit. The


ammeter reading is 0.6 A and the voltmeter
reading is 1.0 V.

Diagram 5
D

What is the electrical energy released by the


bulb in 6 minutes?
A 0.60 J
B 10.00 J
C 216.00 J
D 600.01 J
13 An electric appliance is labelled 5 V, 10 W.
How much electrical charges flow through
the electric appliance in 3 minutes?
A 2C
B 50 C
C 180 C
D 360 C

Diagram 4 shows an electric circuit.

14 Table 1 show the electrical energy


consumption tariff.
Diagram 4

Electric units
First 100 units
Second 600 units
Each additional
unit

The reading on the ammeter is


A 0.6 A
B 1.7 A
C 7.0 A
D 20.6 A
10 A battery has an e.m.f of 7.5 V. When it is
connected to an external resistor, the potential
different is 2.4 V and the current is 0.3 A.
What is the value of the internal resistance?
A 6.1
B 8.0
C 17.0
D 25.0

Cost per unit (sen)


24
32
46

Table 1
What is the cost for using a 8 kW electric
appliance for 413 hours?
A RM192.00
B RM216.00
C RM1 197.84
D RM1 413.84

11 The electromotive force of a dry cell is


A the energy generated by the dry cell
B the charge generated by the dry cell
C the energy per unit charge generated by
the dry cell
D the current generated by the dry cell

15 Which of the following graphs represents the


equation, P = I2R, where P is power, I is
current, and R is a constant?
A
B

16 Diagram 6 shows an electric circuit.

19 Diagram 9 shows an electric circuit consisting


a step-up transformer and three similar bulbs
X, Y, and Z.
Diagram 6
How much power is dissipated in the resistor
when the switch is closed?
A 0.2 W
B 4.5 W
C 18.0 W
D 40.5 W

Diagram 9

17 Diagram 7 shows a left hand which represents


the Fleming's Left Hand Rule.

Which of the following is correct?


A Brightness of X < Brightness of Y >
Brightness of Z
B Brightness of X = Brightness of Y <
Brightness of Z
C Brightness of X > Brightness of Y >
Brightness of Z
D Brightness of X > Brightness of Y <
Brightness of Z

Diagram 7
What does X represents?
A Current
B Magnetic field
C Force
D Power

20 Diagram 10 shows a transformer connected to


a bulb.

18 Diagram 8 is a graph which shows the output


current for an altering current generator.
Diagram 10
The potential difference across the bulb is
A 595 V
B 600 V
C 605 V
D 864 V
Diagram 8
Which of the following statement is correct?
A The peak current is 2.0 A
B The frequency of the current is 1.43 Hz
C The root mean square current is 1.0 A
D The period of the current is 0.35 s
Paper 2 Structured Question (14 marks)

Diagram 6 shows an lighting circuit.

Diagram 6
(a) (i) What type of connection is the bulbs in Diagram 6?
Tick () correct answer in the box provided.
Series

Parallel
[1 mark]

(ii) What will happen to the other bulbs if one bulb blows?
[1 mark]
(b) All the bulb in Diagram 6 are labelled 120 V, 100 W.
(i) What is meant by 120 V, 100 W?
[1 mark]
(ii) Calculate the current in the circuit when only one bulb is lit.

[1 mark]
(iii
Calculate the total resistance of the circuit when all bulbs are lit.
)

[2 marks]
(iv) How can the bulbs be connected to increase the total resistance of the circuit?
[1 mark]

Diagram 7 shows a transformer.

Diagram 7
(a) (i) What is the type of the transformer?
Tick () the correct answer in the box provided.
Step-down transformer

Step-up transformer
[1 mark]

(ii) Give one reason why soft iron is used as the transformer core.
[1 mark]
(b) The number of turns on the primary coil in Diagram 7 is 20.
Calculate the number of turns on the secondary coil.

[2 marks]
(c) The transformer in Diagram 7 is used to switch on an electrical appliance.
The current in the primary coil is 4 A and the efficiency is 75%.
(i) Calculate the output power of the transformer.

[2 marks]
(ii) An electric appliance which needs 22 W of power is connected to the transformer output.
Suggest a modification to the transformer so that the appliances to function correctly.
[1 mark]
(d) A radio which uses direct current is connected to the output of a transformer.
Explain why the radio does not function when it is switched on.
(i) Why the radio does not function?
[1 mark]
Paper 3 Graphical Analysis (16 marks)

An experiment is carried out to investigate the relationship between the length of a wire, and its
resistance, R.
The arrangement of the apparatus is shown in Diagram 4.1. A rheostat, a switch, an ammeter, a
constantan wire and dry cells are connected in series.
A voltmeter is used to measure the potential difference, V, across the constantan wire between X and Y.

Diagram 4.1
A constantan wire of length, = 30.0 cm is connected between X and Y. When the switch is on, the
rheostat is adjusted untuk the ammeter reading is 0.2 A. The voltmeter reading, V, is as shown in
Diagram 4.2.
The procedure is repeated with constantan wires of length, = 40.0 cm, 50.0 cm, 60.0 cm, 70.0 cm and
80.0 cm. The corresponding volmeter readings across X and Y are shown in Diagram 4.3, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6
and 4.7.

Diagram 4.2

Diagram 4.3

Diagram 4.4

Diagram 4.5

Diagram 4.6

Diagram 4.7

(a) For the experiment described, identify:


(i) The manipulated variable
..
[1 mark]
(ii) The responding variable
......
[1 mark]
(iii The constant variable
)
..
[1 mark]
(b) Based on Diagram 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6 and 4.7:
(i) Record the voltmeter readings, V.
[2 marks]
(ii) Calculate the values of R for each length of wire using the formula R = .
[2 marks]
(iii Tabulate your results for V and R for all values of .
)

[3 marks]
(c) Plot a graph of R against on a piece of graph paper.
[5 marks]
(d) Based on your graph in 4(c), state the relationship between R and .
..
[1 mark]