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```SS1 PHYSICS 2ND TERM EXAM.
PAPER 1 OBJECTIVE.
1. Which of the following fundamental quantities can be used in determining the density of a regular shaped solid?     A. mass and time 	B. length and mass 	C. Time and temperature  D. Length and temperature.
2. An object weighs 0.30N in air and 0.15N in water. Determine its relative density.
A. 0.5 		B. 1.5 		C. 2.0 		D. 3.0
3. Which of the following liquids will be the most viscous at room temperature?
A. Alcohol 	B. water 	C. Petrol 	D. Palm oil
4. A uniform metre rule is balanced on a fulcrum placed at the 35cm mark by suspending a mass of 120g at the 10cm mark. Calculate the mass of the rule.
A. 60g 		B.80g 		C. 120g 		D.200g
5. Which of the following properties of a steel bar can be measured in terms of the dimension of length only?   A. Weight 	B. Density 	C. Pressure 	D. Volume.
6. In a hydraulic Press, a force of 40N is applied to the smaller piston of area 10cm2. If the area of the larger piston is 200cm2, Calculate the force obtained. A. 800N 	B. 500N 	C. 80N		 D. 50N
7. A body of volume 0.046m3 is immersed in a liquid of density 980kgm-3 with ¾ of its volume submerged. Calculate the up thrust on the body (g= 10m/s2)
A. 11.27N 	B. 33.81N 	C. 112.70N 	D. 338.10N
8. Which of the following types of motion will be produced when a pair of equal and opposite non-collinear parallel forces acts on a body?
A. vibrational motion
B. random motion
C. Translational motion
D. Rotational motion
9. Which of the following sets of quantities is fundamental?
A. length, mass and time
B. sped, length and time
C. speed, mass and distance
D. distance, speed and time.
10. Which of the following statements about Archimedes’ Principle is correct?
A. mass of fluid displaced B. weight of the body C. volume of the body D. weight of the fluid displaced.
11. Which of the following is/are in random motion? i. Pollen grains in water ii. Molecules of hydrogen gas iii. Fine chalk particles.     A.I and II only B. I and III only C. II and III only D. I, II and III
12 A car travelling with a uniform velocity of 30m/s along a horizontal road overcomes a constant frictional force of 600N. Calculate the engine power of the car.
A. 18KW 	B.20KW 	C. 180KW 	D. 200KW
13. A rectangular block of dimension 2.0m x 1.0m x 0.5m weighs 200N. Calculate the maximum pressure exerted by the block on a horizontal floor.
A. 100Nm-2 	B. 200Nm-2 	C. 300Nm-2	 D. 400Nm-2
14.

The diagram here represents the displacement-time graph of the motion of an object thrown upwards. The velocity of the object at the point P is
A. maximum B. uniform C. zero D. terminal
15 A very sensitive spring balance was used to determine the weight of an object at the North pole. When the same spring balance was used to measure the weight of the same object at equator, it was found to reduce. This observation implies that
A. it is very hot at equator
B. the spring balance has expanded
C.the acceleration of free fall due to gravity varies with location.
D. mass of the body is reduced
16. The diagram below shows three forces, F1 , F2 and F3 which keep the bar AB in horizontal equilibrium. Which of the following equations is correct?

A. F3 = F1 + F2	 B. F1 = F2 + F3 	C. F2 = F1 + F3 	D. F1 + F2 –F3
17. Which of the following observation is not an effect of surface tension?
A. Droplets of water dripping slowly from a tap.
B. mercury spilled on a clean glass plate forms small spherical droplets.
C. an insect walking across the surface of a pond.
D. water flowing out more easily than engine oil from a container.
18. A liquid of volume 2.00m3 and density 1.00 x 103 kg/m3 is mixed with 3.00m3 of another liquid of density 8.00 x 103 kg/m3. Calculate the density of the mixture  (assuming there is no chemical reaction)
A. 5.2 x 103Kg/m3 	B. 5.20 x 102kg/m3	C. 8.80kg/m3	 D. 1.13 x 103Kg/m3.
19. Water does not drip through an open umbrella of silk material unless the inside of the umbrella is touched. Which of the following phenomenon is responsible for this?
A. surface tension 	B. viscosity 	C. diffusion	 D. hydrostatic upthrust.
20. Viscosity in a liquid does not depend on the
A. nature of the liquid   B. relative velocity between liquid layers   C. area of the surfaces in contact.         D. normal reaction between the liquid layers.
21. Two forces each of 4N acts on the opposite side of a rectangular plate as shown in the diagram below. Calculate the magnitude of the couple acting on the plate

A. 6.4Nm 	B. 1.6Nm 	C. 0.6Nm 	D. 3.2Nm.
22. A force F is applied to a body P as shown in the diagram below. If the body P moves through a distance X, which of the following represents the workdone?

A. Fxcos  	B. Fxsin  	C. Fx  	D. Fcos/x
23.

An object R leaves a platform XY with a horizontal velocity of 7m/s and lands at Q.If it takes 0.3s to fall freely from Y to P, Calculate PQ (Take g = 10m/s2)
A. 7.30m 	B. 2.10m 	C.1.65m	 D. 0.45m
24. The body P shown in the diagram below is in equilibrium. If the mass of the body is 10kg, calculate the tension, T, in the string. (g=10m/s2)

A. 20v3N 	B. 20N 		C. 200N 	D. 200v3N
25 An object weighs 10N in air and 7.0N in water. What is its weight when immersed in a liquid of relative density 1.5?
A. 6.67N    	B. 8.50N 	C.5.50N		D.4.50N
26. Which of the following is NOT an evidence particle nature of matter?
A. Diffusion 	B. Brownian motion 	C. diffraction 	D.crystal structure
27. When three coplanar non- parallel forces are in equilibrium, I) they can be represented in magnitude and direction by the three sides of a triangle taken in order II) their lines of action meet a point . III) The magnitude of any one force equals the magnitude of the resultant of the other two. IV) Any one force is the equilibrant of the other two. Which of the statements above are correct?
A. I and II only 		B. II and III only 		C. I, II, III and IV		 D. I, III and IV only
28. A catapult is used to project a stone. Which of the following energy conversions takes place as the stone is released?
A. The kinetic energy of the stone is converted into gravitational potential energy
B. The gravitational potential energy is converted into elastic potential energy.
C. elastic potential energy of the catapult is converted into gravitational potential energy of the stone.
D. the gravitational potential energy of the catapult is converted into kinetic energy of the stone.
29. Which of the following explains the concave meniscus of water in a glass tube?
A. The adhesion between water and glass molecules is greater than cohesion between water molecules.
B. The cohesion between water molecules is greater than the adhesion between glass and water.
C. The molecules of water near the glass are moves faster than the molecules in the other parts.
D. The weight of the water pulls the central part of the surface down.
30. A man will exert the pressure on a bench when he
A. lies flat on his back
B. stands on the toes of one foot
C. stands on both feet
D. Stands on one foot only.
31. A boy pulls a nail from the wall with a string tied to the nail. The string is inclined at angle 60o to the wall. If the tension in the string is 4N. What is the effectives force used in pulling the nail?
A. 2N		2v3N 		C.8N 		D. 4N
32.

Using the diagram above, calculate the moment of the force of 10N about the point O.
A. 60Nm	B.120Nm	C.120v3Nm	D. 240v3N
33. Which of the followings is used to determine the relative density of acid in a car battery?
A. Hypsometer 		B. Hydrometer 		C. Hygrometer.		 D. manometer
34. A block of material of volume 20cm3 and density 2.5g/cm3 is suspended from a spring balance with half of the volume of the block immersed in water. What is the reading of the spring balance? (Density of water = 1g/cm3)
A.8g		B. 30g		C. 40g		D. 25g
35. A piece of cork which floats on water is acted upon by the forces of
A. weight and viscosity B. upthrust and viscosity C. weight only D.weight and upthrust.
36. An engine raises 100kg of water through a height of 60m in 20sec. What is the power of the engine? (Take g = 10m/s2).
A. 3000W		120,000W		C.333W			300W.
37. In the diagram below, V is viscosity and U is upthrust. Which of the following equations holds when the falling body P has attained a terminal velocity?

A. V+mg = U		B. V+U-mg=0		C.V=mg/u		D. V+mg+U=0
38. Power is defined as the
A. Capacity to do work 	B. product of force and time C. energy expended per unit time D.product of force and distance.
39. Which of the following has the same unit as the moment of a force?
A. Force 	B. Power 	C. momentum 		D. work
40. Solid weighs 0.040N in air and 0.024N when immersed in a liquid of density 800kg/m3. What is the volume of the solid?
A. 2.0 x 10-6 m3	B. 2.0 x 10-5m3		2.5 x 10-6m3		D. 3.0 x 10-6m3.
41.  A barometer can be used to determine the  I) height of a mountain
II) depth of a mine III) dew point. Which of the following is/are correct?
A. I, II, and III 	B. II and III only		C. I and III only 		D.I and II only.
42 A body of mass 5kg falls from a height of 10m above the ground. What is the kinetic energy of the body just before it strikes the ground?
A.50J		B.5J		C.	500J		250J.
43. Which of the following statements is /are corrects? I) pure water freezes at 0oc under normal pressure. II) Water has its highest density at 4oc. III) the volume at 4oc
A. I only		B. I and II only		C. I and III only 		D. I, II and III
44. Which of the following is not an example of a force?
A. tension 	B. weight 	C. mass		 D. Friction
45. A body moves along a circular path with uniform angular sped of 0.6rads-1 and at a constant speed of 3.0m/s. Calculate the acceleration of the body towards the centre of the circle.
A. 25.0m/s2	B. 5.4m/s2	C. 5.0m/s2	D. 1.8m/s2
46. The apparent weight of a body wholly immersed in water is 32N and its weight in air is 96N. Calculate the volume of the body (Density of water = 1000kg/m3, g= 10m/s2)
A.3.2 x 10-3m3	B. 6.4 x 10-3m3		C. 8.9 x 10-3m3 		D. 3.0 x 10-3m3
47. A uniform metre rule of mass 90g is pivoted at the 40cm mark. If the rule is in equilibrium with an unknown mass, M, placed at the 10cm mark and 72g mass at the 70cm mark, determine , m
A. 72g		B.102g		C. 198g		D. 504g
48. Which of the following statement about pressure is not correct? Pressure
A. increases with an increase in surface area.
B. decreases with an increase in surface area
C. increases with decrease in surface area
D. increases with increase in applied force.
49. A steel needle floating on water sinks when kerosene is added to the water. This is because the Kerosene;
A. increases the surface tension of the water
B. reduces the surface tension of the water
C.reduces the density of the water
D. reduces the upthrust on the needle.
50. A solid floats in the liquid if it’s:
A. density is less than that of the liquid
B. density is greater than that of the liquid
C. mass is equal to that of the liquid.
D. mass is less than that of the liquid.

PART I
Answer any five questions from this part.
All questions carry equal marks.
1(a) What is Projectile?
(b)  List two objects each used in sports and warfare which may be considered as projectiles.

2(a). The horizontal range R of a projectile is given by the expression R = U2Sin2Ø/g where all the symbols have their usual meaning. At what value of Ø would R be maximum?
(b) A tennis ball is projected with a speed of 30m/s. If the ball attains a range of 78.0m, calculate the angle of projection.                                                                                   Nov/Dec 2005&2006.

3(a) define matter.
(b) List any four properties of matter based on its interaction either with itself or energy.                                                                                                                                                           								Nov/Dec 2003.

4(a) Explain the term Viscosity.
(b) State two effects of Viscosity.                                                        Nov/Dec 2003.

5(a) State two:
(i) Laws of solid friction.
(ii) Advantages of friction.                                                                   Nov/Dec 2002.

6(a) What is meant by (i) adhesion
(ii) Cohesion
(b) Give one illustrative example for each of adhesion and cohesion.      Nov/Dec 2001

7(a) Explain diffusion.
(b) State one factor that can affect the rate of diffusion.            May/June 2009.

8(a) Mention the physical phenomenon that can be used to explain why a razor blade can float on water.
(b) State two methods by which such a razor blade can be made to sink in water. Nov/Dec 1999.

9. State three practical applications of capillarity.    Nov/Dec 1999.

10. A ball is projected horizontally from the top of a hill with a speed of 25ms-1. If it reaches the ground 4s later, calculate the height of the hill (g = 10m/s2)                    Nov/Dec 2006.
PART II.
Answer any three questions from this part.
11(a)(i) Define Velocity and acceleration.                                                                           2mks.
(ii) List two physical quantities that can be deduced from a velocity-time graph        2mks.
(b) List three types of motion and give one example of each.                                               3mks
(c ) A car starts from rest and accelerates uniformly for 10s, until it attains a velocity of 25ms-1 it then travels with uniform velocity for 20s before decelerating uniformly to rest in 5s.
(I)  Sketch a graph of the motion and calculate the total distance covered throughout the motion  2mks
(ii) Calculate the deceleration during the last 5s.                                                                       3mks
(iii) Calculate the acceleration during the first 10s.                                                                    3mks
Nov/Dec 2001.

12 (i) Define upthrust                                                                          2mks.
(ii) State Archimede’s                                                                          2mks.
(iii) State the law of floatation                                                            2mks.
(b) Descibe the experiment to verify Archimede’s Principle and state 3 forces acting on the system. 3mks
(c ) A piece of brass of mass 20.0g is hung on a spiral spring balances from a rigid support and completely immersed in kerosene of density 8.0x102kg/m3. Determine the reading on the spring balance. (g = 10m/s2, Density of brass = 8.0 x 103kg/m3).                           6mks.
SSCE 2000& Nov/Dec 2009

13 (a) (i) Define work and energy.                                                                2mks.
(ii) State the unit of each of them.                                                    2mk
(b) Explain renewable and non- renewable energy resources and give TWO examples each. 3mks.
(c ) The diagram below shows two forces F1 and F2 acting on an object, A, of mass 5kg resting on a frictionless surface, S.

(i) State the condition under which the object will remain at rest.                            1mk
(ii) If F1 and F2 are 10N and 18N respectively, Calculate the workdone when the object moves through a distance of 2m.              3mks
(ii) Calculate the acceleration of the object.                                                   3mks
(iii) An additional mass is placed on A while F1 and F2 remain the same. What effect will this have on the acceleration of the system?                                                                                        1mk

14(a)(i) Define relative density.                                                                 1mk
(ii) List three characteristics of pressure in a liquid.                         3mks
(b) The horizontal door of a submarine at a depth of 500m has an area of 0.4m2. Calculate the force exerted by the sea water on the door at this depth. (Relative density of seawater = 1.03, atmospheric Pressure = 1.01 x 105Nm-2, density of pure water = 1000kgm-3, g= 10m/s2).        5mks
(c) A liquid of volume 2.00m3 and density 1.00 x 103 kgm-3 is mixed with 3.00m3 of another liquid of density 8.00kgm-3. Calculate the density of the mixture. (Assume there is no chemical reaction).  5mks
SSCE May/June 2002,2007.

15(a)(i) State the condition of equilibrium for a number of coplanar parallel forces.          2mks
(ii) State the principle of moments                                                                                         2mks
(iii) Define centre of gravity.                                                                                                     2mks
(b) Show that efficiency of a machine is £ = ??.??/??.?? x 100%                                              3mks
(c ) A metre rule is found to balance horizontally at the 48cm mark. When a body of mass 60g is suspended at the 6cm mark, the balance point is found to be at the 30cm mark. Calculate the (i) mass of the metre rule (ii) distance of the balance point from the zero end , if the body were moved to the 13cm mark.                                                                                                                                                6mks
SSCE 1988/2007.

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