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1. 1. 4531/1 NAMAFizikKertas 1SOLAF2011 TINGKATANjam411JABATAN PELAJARAN PERAKSOALAN LATIH TUBI BERFOKUSSET 1SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2011FIZIKKertas 1Satu jam lima belas minitJANGAN BUKA KERTAS INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHUKertas soalan ini mengandungi 25 halaman bercetak
2. 2. SULIT 4531/1The following information may be useful. The symbols have their usual meaning.4531/1 SULIT21. a =tuv −1. v2= u2+ 2as2. s = ut +21at23. Momentum = mv4. F = ma5. Kinetic energy = ½ mv26. Gravitational potential energy =mgh7. Elastic potential energy =21Fx8. Power, P = energytime9. ρ =Vm10. Pressure, p =hρ g11. Pressure, p =AF12. Heat, Q = mcθ13. Heat, Q = mℓ14. P1V1 = P2V215. V1 = V2T1 T216. P1 = P2T1 T220. n = real depthapparent depth21.vuf111+=22. Linear magnification, m = vu23. P = 1/ f24. v = f λ25. λ =Dax26. Q = It27. E = VQ28. V = IR29. E = V + Ir30. Power, P = VI31.PSPSVVNN=32. Efficiency =PPSSVIVIx 100%33. eV = ½ mv2
3. 3. SULIT 4531/11. Diagram 1 shown a vernier callipers.Diagram 1Diagram 1The vernier callipers in diagram 1 is used to measure the diameter of a marble . Thereading produced has to beA - 0.07 cmB + 0.07 cmC + 0.03 cmD + 0.03 cmDiagram 22 Diagram 2 shows a ammeter. What is the use of the strip of mirror on the ammeter?A To reflect light.B To avoid parallax error.C To allow the current to flow easily.D To enable the reading to be taken easily.4531/1 SULIT3
4. 4. SULIT 4531/13 Which of the following statements is not true about the experiment about the relationshipbetween the length of pendulum and period of oscilation.A The mass of the pendulum used must be the same.B The responding variable is determined by a stopwatch.C The period of oscillation is the x-axis when plotting the graph.D The length of the string of the pendulum is the manipulated variable.4 Which of the following measurements is the longest?A 120 x 10-4dmB 1.2 x 10-5cmC 1.2 x 10-1mmD 1.2 x 10-11km5 Diagram 5 shows the journey of a car from town P to reach town S.SP 100 km40 kmQ R80 kmDiagram 5What is the displacement of the car ?A 60 kmB 100 kmC 120 kmD 220 km4531/1 SULIT4
5. 5. 12 N15 N16 N16 NSULIT 4531/16 Diagram 6 shows a velocity-time graph for the motion of a bus.VelocityTimeDiagram 2Based on the graph , which of the following statement is true ?A The bus moves with constant velocity and then stopB The bus moves with constant acceleration and then stopC The bus moves with constant acceleration and then constant velocityD The bus moves with constant acceleration and then constant deceleration7 What is meant by inertia?A Inertia is the change in momentumB Inertia is directly proportional to the mass.C Inertia is the change in velocity caused by a forceD Inertia is the tendency of an object to resist any change in its state of rest of inertia8 Which trolley has the highest acceleration?A CB D4531/1 SULIT52 kg3 kg4 kg5 kg
6. 6. SULIT 4531/19 Diagram 9 shows a horizontal force, F acts on a wooden block of weight 20N placed on asmooth plane inclined at 28oto the horizontal.Diagram 9Calculate the force, F acting along the wooden block.A 9.39 NB 10.45 NC 17.66 ND 18.45 N10 Diagram 10 shows trolley A and B of same masses.Diagram 10Compare which is truth about momentum A and B after collusionTrolley A Trolley BA increase increaseB decrease increaseC decrease decreaseD unchanged unchanged11 Diagram 11 shows a bullet of mass 50 g is fired from a gun of mass 2 kg.4531/1 SULIT6
7. 7. SULIT 4531/1Diagram 11If the gun recoils at a velocity of 4 m s-1after the bullet is fired, what is the velocity bullet ?A 100 m s-1B 120 m s-1C 150 m s-1D 160 m s-112 Diagram 12 shows a velocity-time graph for the motion of an object.Diagram 12Based on the diagram 12 which of the following statement is true?A The car moves with constant velocity and then stopB The car moves with constant acceleration and then stopC The car moves with constant acceleration and then constant velocityD The car moves with constant acceleration and then constant deceleration13 Diagram 13 shows a wooden block move in constant velocity when it is pulledby a force of F . The frictional force of 10 N acting on the wooden block.4531/1 SULIT7v/ m s-1t / s
8. 8. SULIT 4531/1Diagram 13The pulling force, F isA equals to 0 N.B equal to 10 N.C smaller than 10 N.D larger than 10 N14 Diagram 14 shows a graph of force against extension for an elastic string.Diagram 14Which of the graph shows the amount of energy store in the spring?A Area OPQB Area OQRC Area OPQRD gradient OQR15 When an object is in equilibrium of forces, the objectA Must be stationary4531/1 SULIT8Friction 10NFForce,F/NExtension,x/mO RQP
9. 9. SULIT 4531/1B Must move with uniform velocityC Is either stationary or moving with uniform velocityD Either moves with uniform velocity or with uniform acceleration16 The diagram 16 shows a ball experiment free fall released from R to S.Diagram 16Which physics quantity remains constant as the ball falls?A VelocityB MomentumC AccelerationD Kinetic energy17 The diagram 17 shows a trolley being pulled by a force of 60 N at an angle of 300to thehorizontal.4531/1 SULIT9
10. 10. SULIT 4531/1Diagram 11The frictional force acting on the trolley is 10 N.What is the effective horizontal force pulling the trolley.A 20.00 NB 40.00 NC 41.96 ND 61.96 N18 The diagram 18 shows a graph of force, F against extension, x of a spring.Diagram 18The gradient of the graph represent theA Spring constantB Stiffness of springC Initial length of the springD Energy stored in the spring19 Diagram 19 shows two identical twins boy P and boy Q of same mass and size walking on differenttracks bare-footed.4531/1 SULIT10
11. 11. SULIT 4531/1Diagram 19Why is boy P screaming in pain?A P has larger feetB P has smaller feetC P’s feet receive larger pressureD Larger force is exerted on P’s feet20 Diagram 20 shows a dam.Diagram 20Why the thickness of the dam increased with its depth?A Cost of building is lowB Water pressure increases with depthC The design of this structure is strongerD Water pressure acts uniformly in all directions.21 Diagram 21 shows the canopy of a fast-moving lorry being lifted up.4531/1 SULIT11canopySmooth cementSmall pebbles
12. 12. SULIT 4531/1Diagram 21Which of the following principle explains the phenomenon?A Pascal’s principleB Newton’s principleC Bernoulli’s principleD Archimedes’ principle22 Air bubbles in the hydraulic brake system has caused the brake to function inefficiently.Which statement explains this observation?A The air bubbles change the viscosity of the fluid.B The air bubbles escape when the brake paddle is pressed.C The air bubbles are compressed when the brake is pressedD The air bubble expand when the brake system becomes hot due to friction.23 Diagram 23 shows a container containingoil.4531/1 SULIT12
13. 13. SULIT 4531/1Diagram 16The density of the oil is 900kgms-3. Find the pressure exerted at X by the oil.A 900 PaB 1350 PaC 1800 PaD 2250 Pa24 Which shoe would exert the highest pressure on the sand when worn by the same girl?A BC D4531/1 SULIT13
14. 14. SULIT 4531/125 The diagram 25 shows the position of a hydrometer in four different liquids P, Q, R and S.Which liquid has the lowest density?Diagram 2526 Diagram 26 shows an experiment carried out by a student to investigateArchimedes principle.Diagram 26What is the apparent weight loss by the glass block?4531/1 SULIT14
15. 15. SULIT 4531/1A 3 NB 5 NC 8 ND 13 N27 Which of the statement is not true about Archimedes principle?A Weight is equal to the upward forceB Upward force is equal to weight of fluid displacedC Weight loss is equal to the weight of fluid displacedD Volume of water displaced is equal to volume of object above the surface of the fluid28 Diagram 28 shows three container filled with water to the same height.Diagram 28Which of the following is true about the pressure at X, Y and ZA Px > Py > PzB Px < Py < PzC Px < Pz < PyD Px = Py = Pz29 Diagram 29 shows a simple barometer.4531/1 SULIT15
16. 16. SULIT 4531/1Diagram 29Which of the following will not cause the vertical height of mercury column to change ?A Change in atmospheric pressureB Change in the gravitational accelerationC Change in the temperature of mercuryD Change in the angle of inclination of the glass tube30 Diagram 30 shows a boy in a raft.Diagram 30If the weight of the boy and the raft is 1200 N, what is the volume of the raft which issubmerged?4531/1 SULIT16
17. 17. SULIT 4531/1[ Density of water = 1000 kg m- 3and g = 10 m s– 2]A 0.12 m3B 0.83 m3C 1.20 m3D 8.33 m331 Which of the following uses Archimedes’ principle to function?A Filter pumpB Racing carC Hot air balloonD Car brake system32 Diagram 32 shows a card and a glass of water.Diagram 32When the hand is released, water does not flow out from the glass. What physic’s conceptinvolved in the above situation?A Gas pressureB Liquid pressureC Bernoulli’s principleD Atmospheric pressure33 Diagram 33 shows a hydraulic pump.4531/1 SULIT17Piston 1 Piston 2
18. 18. SULIT 4531/1Diagram 33Which comparison is true?A Force F1 = Force F2B Force F1 > Force F2C Pressure on piston 1, P1 = pressure on piston 2, P2D Pressure on piston 1, P1 < pressure on piston 2, P234 A substance is heated at a steady rate. It changes from a solid to a liquid, and then to a gas.The graph shows how its temperature changes with time.Which parts of the graph shows a change of state taking place?A P and RB Q and RC P and SD Q and S35 Diagram 35 shows a cup of coffee.4531/1 SULIT18
19. 19. SULIT 4531/1Diagram 35What happen when the coffee and the cup are in thermal equilibrium?A The temperature of the cup is increasingB The temperature of the coffee is decreasingC There is a net flow from the coffee to the cupD There is no net heat flow from the coffee to the cup36 The specific heat capacity of aluminium is 900Jkg-1oC-1.Which statement explain the specific heat capacity of aluminium correctly?A 1 kg aluminium absorbs 900 J of heat energy during heating.B Aluminium requires 900 J of heat energy to increase its temperature by 1oCC The temperature of 1 kg of aluminium will rise by 1oC when it absorbs 900 J of heatenergyC The temperature of 1 kg of aluminium will drop by 1oC when it absorbs 900 J ofheat energy37 Diagram 37 shows the heating curve of a sample of naphthalene.4531/1 SULIT19
20. 20. 0 t3t0t13078218t2Time (minute)Temperature (oC)SULIT 4531/1Diagram 37Naphthalene start to melt at the timeA t0B t1C t2D t338 Diagram 38 shows a syringe connected to a Bourdon Gauge. The readings on the Bourdongauge before and after the piston is pushed in, are shown below.Diagram 38Which of the following explains this situation?4531/1 SULIT20SyringeBourdongaugeBefore the piston ispushed inBourdongaugePistonSyringeAfter the piston ispushed inPiston
21. 21. SULIT 4531/1A Boyle’s LawB Charles’LawC Pascal’s PrincipleD Bernoulli’s principle39 A cylinder which contains gas is compressed at constant temperature of the gas increasebecauseA. the average speed of gas molecules increasesB. the number of gas molecules increasesC. the average distance between the gas molecules increasesD. the rate of collision between the gas molecules and the walls increases40 On a clear calm night, the temperature of surface of the lands falls more rapidly than thetemperature of the nearby sea, this is due toA the land is a solidB the land is not movingC the sea has a lower specific heat capacity.D the land has a lower specific heat capacity.41 The specific latent heat of fusion of a substance is the quantity of heat required toA increases the temperature of the substance.B increases the kinetic energy of the molecules in the solid substance.C increases the potential energy of the molecules in the solid substance.D separates the molecules in the solid substance that they are free to move.42 Absolute zero is the temperature at which4531/1 SULIT21
22. 22. SULIT 4531/1A ice meltB a salt changes to a freeze.C a gas changes to a liquid.D the particles of a substance have their minimum amount of energy43 Which of the following diagrams shows the correct reflection of light from a convex mirror?[F is the focal point and C is the centre of curvature]A CB D44 Diagram 43 below shows a light ray entering a semicircular glass block and being refracted.Diagram 44What is the refractive index of the glass block?A 1.504531/1 SULIT22
23. 23. SULIT 4531/1B 1.58C 1.66D 1.7245 Which of the following processes is not related to total internal reflection?A Critical angle = 90°B Incident angle > critical angleC Incident angle = angle of total internal reflection ray.D Light is travelling from a denser to a less dense medium46 Diagram 46 shows a microscope. Which of the following statements about microscope isnot true?Diagram 46A It consists of two convex lenses.B The final image is virtual, inverted and enlarged.C The power of the objective lens is more than the eyepiece.D The image formed by the objective lens is real, inverted and diminished.47 Which of the following are the characteristics of the image formed on a convex mirror?4531/1 SULIT23
24. 24. SULIT 4531/1A Virtual, upright and diminishedB Real, inverted and same size as the objectC Real, upright and same size as the objectD Virtual, laterally inverted and same size as the object48 Diagram 48 shows an observer not being able to see the coin in an empty glass but he cansee the coin when the glass is filled with water. What phenomena are related to thisobserves?Diagram 48A The reflection of lightB The refraction of lightC The total internal reflectionD The combination of reflection and refraction49 Diagram shows a ray of light passing from water into the air. Which path of the ray of lightis correct? (Given c for water is 49°)4531/1 SULIT24Observer’s eye Observer’s eyewater
25. 25. SULIT 4531/1Diagram 4950 An object is placed at a distance of 20 cm in front of a concave lens with focal length of 10cm. Determine the position of the image formedA 6.67 cm from the lens and at the same side as the objectB 6.67 cm from the lens and at the opposite side of the objectC 0.05 cm from the lens and at the same side as the objectD 0.05 cm from the lens and at the opposite side of the objectEND OF QUESTION PAPERMARCHING SCHEMESOLAFSET 14531/1 SULIT25
26. 26. SULIT 4531/1PHYSICS PAPER 11 C 11 D 21 C 31 C 41 D2 A 12 D 22 C 32 D 42 D3 C 13 B 23 D 33 C 43 B4 A 14 B 24 B 34 D 44 C5 B 15 C 25 A 35 D 45 A6 C 16 C 26 A 36 C 46 D7 D 17 C 27 A 37 B 47 A8 A 18 A 28 D 38 A 48 B9 A 19 C 29 D 39 D 49 D10 B 20 C 30 A 40 D 50 A4531/1 SULIT26