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SECOND TERM  EXAMINATION, 2010/2011 SESSION.
SUBJECT: PHYSICS 2
CLASS: SSS 2	       	              TIME ALLOWED: 2½HRS

INSTRUCTION: Answer ALL the questions.
1.	The image of an object formed on the retina of the human eye is
A. virtual and diminished
B. erect and diminished
C. inverted and real
D. erect and real.
2.	A rectangular glass block of refractive index 1.5 and thickness 1.5cm, resting on a horizontal table was viewed directly from above. Calculate the apparent thickness of the glass. 	A. 1.00cm	    B. 1.25cm	C. 2.25cm	D. 3.00cm
3.	Which of the following statements about reverberation is NOT correct?
A. It is a simple reflection of sound waves from different sources by a hard surface
B. its bad effect in recording studios can be reduced by covering the walls of the studio with thick curtains. C. it occurs in large halls. D. it consists of multiple reflections of sound waves by the walls of an auditorium
4.	The intensity of sound at any point depends on which of the following factors?
I. amplitude of vibration
II. distance from the source
III. Sensitivity of the individual ear.
A. II and III B. I and II C. II only D. III only.
5.	 When the energy of the vibrating skin of a drum is decreased, the sound waves emanating from the drum would have a corresponding decrease in their.
A. wavelength B. quality C. amplitude D. speed.
6.	Resonance occurs when a vibrating object sets another object to vibrate at
A. the same natural frequency B. lower frequency C. any frequency D. a higher frequency.
7.	---- is a phenomenon that can be explained by total internal reflection.
A. rays B. fish under water C. refractive index D. mirage.
8.	 In submarines periscopes, glass prisms are used in place of mirrors to produce
A. two images B. only one image C. two angle images D. secondary images.
9. 	Which of the following kinds of waves cannot travel through a vacuum?
A. radio waves B. infrared rays C. sound waves D. light rays.
10. 	In which of these media is the speed of sound greatest?
A. steel B. air at 0oc C. air at 100oc D. water
11. 	The speed of sound traveling in various media decreases in order of
A. water, air, brass bar B. air, water, brass bar C. brass bar, water, air D. water, brass bar, air.
12.	Which of the following characteristics of waves is used in the measurement of ocean depth?	    A. Diffraction. Refraction C. interference D. reflection
Use the options below to answer questions 13-17
A. Positive B. negative C. attracts D. repels.
13. 	When an ebonite rod is rubbed with fur, the rod acquires a – charge.
14. 	When a glass rod is rubbed with silk, the rod acquires – charge.
15. 	When two similarly charged rods are brought together they – each other.
16.	 When an electron is transferred to a neutral rod, the rod becomes- charged.
17 	When a neutral rod loses an electron, it becomes – charged.

18.

In the figure above, when the negatively charged rod, X is brought near the cap of the electroscope, A. The leaves will open further B. the leaves will close up C. the rod will become positively charged D. the cap will become negatively charged.
19.	A building can be adequately protected from lightning by
A. using asbestos for the roof of the house B planting trees around the house
C. fixing a long copper strip from the ground along the outsides wall to sharp vertical spike,	    D. fixing a long ebonite rod with a sharp spike.
20.

In the figure above, the greatest charge density is at point
A. 5 B. 4 C. 2 D. 1
21	A short chain is usually attached to the back of a petrol tanker trailing behind it to ensure that the     A. chain produces sound for the resonance of the tanker’s engine.
B. charges generated by friction in the tanker is conducted to the earth. C. heat generated by friction in the engine can be conducted to the floor. D. petrol tanker is balanced on the road.
22.	An object is placed 30.0cm from a converging lens. If a real image is formed 90.0cm from the object, calculate the focal length of the lens.
A. 20.0cm B. 22.5cm C. 40.0cm D. 60.0cm
23.	Which of the following properties of sound waves is responsible for the occurrence of echo?            A. reflection B. refraction. C diffraction D. interference.
24.	 A gold-leaf electroscope is used to:
A. detect the presence of charges on a body B. measure potential difference
C. determines magnetic flux density in a field. D. measure current.
25.	 A device that can store and transfer electrical charges in called-
A. capacitors B. electrophorus C. transformers D. generators.
26.	During a thunderstorm, lightning and thunder occured simultaneously in the atmosphere. An observer on the earth’s surface sees the lightning flash shortly before hearing the thunder. This is because       A. atmospheric pressure is higher at the surface than at the higher altitude. B .the speed of sound in less than that of light	  C.  Temperature of atmosphere decreases with altitude D. atmospheric density decreases with altitude

27.	A girl stands 80m away from a tall Cliff and blows a whistle. If the speed of sound in air is 330m/s, how long would it take for her to hear the echo of the sound?
A.  2.060sec  B.  0.970sec  C.  0.485sec  D.  0.242sec
28	Which of the following reasons explains why the walls and ceilings of a standard concert hall are usually covered with perforated pads? This is to:  A. increases the intensity of sound waves              B.  Increase the loudness of sound waves C.  reduce the effect of reverberation of sound waves        D.  Decrease the frequency of sound waves.
29.	A force field can be defined as:   A.  a point where charges reside  B. an area where force is applied  C. a region or space where the influence of a force can be felt     D. the direction along which a charge moves in a conductor.
30.	The sound from a vibrating tuning fork is louder when the tip of its stem is placed on a wooden table than when in air because:  A. a large mass of air is set into vibration by the table. B. the friction between the fork and the table generates addition energy C. air molecules absorbs sound waves but wood transmit sound waves D.  the table increases the frequency of the tuning fork
31.	Charges on conductors are:   A. evenly distributed over the surface of any shape B. concentrated at the inner surface of a conductor C.  Concentrated at the outer flat surface of a conductor D. generally concentrated at sharply curved surfaces.
32.	Given that the gravitational constant is G, Newton’s law of universal gravitation states that the force of attraction between two masses m1 and m2 separated by a distance r is _____ .  A. Grm1m2 B.  Grm1/m2  C.  Gm1m2/r2    D.  Gm1m2/r
33.	A charge 1.6 X 10-19C is place in a uniform electric field of intensity 2.0X105 N/C. Calculate the magnitude of the electric force exerted on the charge.  A. 3.2X105N  B.  3.2X10-14N   C.  1.8X1014N  D.  1.8X10-5N
34.	The image of the object formed on the retina of human eye is:   A. virtual and diminished B.  Erect and diminished C.  Inverted and real D.  Erect and real
35.	Intensity of sound at any point depends on which of the following factors?                  I Amplitude of vibration II Distance from the source III Sensitivity of the individual ear A. I & II only B.  II & III only   C.  II only    D.  III only
36.	Two uncharged conductors, X and Y are placed in contact with each other. A negatively charged rod is brought close to X, X and Y are then separated while the rod is still held close to X. What type of charge will appear on X and Y?   A.  X will be positive; Y will be negative   B. X negative, Y positive C. Both X and Y will be positive D.  Both will be negative
37.	In using a gold leaf electroscope to determine the nature of electric charge on a body, it is observed that when the charge on the electroscope and the body are the same, the divergence of the leaf:        A. decreases B. increases C. remains unchanged D. disappears
38.	Which of the following forces does not generate a force-field?  A. Electrostatic force between charged particles B. Gravitational pull of a planet on an object C.  Mutual force between the poles of two bar magnets D.  Frictional force between two bodies
39.	A converging lens of focal length 5.0cm used as a magnifying glass produces an image 5times the size of the object. Calculate the distance of the object from the lens.    A. 6.0cm  B.  4.5cm C.  4.0cm D.  1.0cm
40.	A refracting telescope consists of objective lens of focal length 100cm and eye piece of focal length 5cm. In normal adjustment, the A.  Final image is 5cm from the eye piece B.  Angular magnification is equal to 20 C.  Distance between the lenses is 25cm D. distance between the lenses is 95cm.
41.	Which component of the Camera performs similar functions as the iris of human eye?  A. shutter      B.  Film C.  Diaphragm D.  Lens
42.	An object is placed at a distance U from the pole of a concave mirror of focal length 20cm. If the magnification of the virtual image formed is 4, determine U.           A. 7.5cm   B.  12.5cm                 C.  15.0cm   D.  25.0cm

43.	To correct long sighted defect in human eye, we require a ____  A.  converging lens  B.  Diverging lens   C.  Microscope D. Periscope
44.	Which of the following optical instruments does not make use of a lens?             A. projector             B.  Periscope   C.  eye   D.  telescope
45.	Which of the following lens combinations is the most suitable for the construction of  an astronomical telescope?  A. The objective and eye piece should be converging lenses each with small focal length  B.  The objective and eye piece should be diverging lenses each with large focal length  C.  The objective should have a larger focal length than eye piece and both should be converging      D. The objective should have a smaller focal length than eye piece and both should be diverging.
46.	Which of the following colour combinations will produce white?  A. Green, red, blue B.  Yellow, red C.  Magenta, blue   D.  Cyan, green
47.	A sounding tuning fork is brought near the end of a pipe containing air column and the loudness of the sound increases. This effect is due to _____. A.  Diffraction
B.  Interference C.  Resonance D.  An echo
48.	A boy standing some distance from the foot of a tall cliff claps his hands and hears an echo 0.5sec. Later. If the speed of sound in air is 340m/s, how far is he from the cliff?  A. 17m B. 680m   C. 85m   D.  34m
49.	When two tuning forks of frequencies F1 and F2 are sounded together and held each other, beats are heard. If F2 is slightly greater than F1, the beat frequency is equal to:  A. F1+F2 B. F2/F1   C.  F1&F2     D.   F2-F1
50.	The electric field of charge is a space in which:  A. No other charge can exist    B	  Both negative and positive charges are neutralized C.  Both negative and positive charges can be attracted or repel        D. No force of attraction or repulsion is experienced
51.	Which of the followings determine the frequency of vibration of a stretched string?  I length of the string  II  density of the material of the string III tension in the string A.  I,II and III  B.  I & II only   C. II &  III only  D.  I & III only
52.	A source of sound produces waves in air of wavelength 1.65m. If the speed of sound in air is 330m/s, the period of vibration in seconds is ____ .
A. 200   B.  0.005   C. 0.05   D.   0.02
53.	Why does the sound from an enclosed bell jar gradually fade away as the jar is gradually evacuated?  A. The sound is forced out  B.  Pressure is reduced  C. There is no more material medium  D.  The temperature is reduced
54.	Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE?  A.  The pitch of sound in air does not depend on frequency  B. Velocity of sound in air does not depend on its intensity C. Sound travels faster through solid than gas  D. Sound does not require material medium for transmission
55.	A ship’s echo sounder sends out a supersonic note which is received back at the ship 4sec after. If the velocity of sound through water is 1500m/s, what is the depth of the seabed?  A.  3000m   B.  1500m  C.  4500m   D.  750m
56.	In a stringed instrument like guitar or violin, high pitched notes are produced by strings that are: -     A.  thin and short B.  thin and long C. thick and short D. thick and long
57.	When the length of a vibrating string is tripled, its frequency of vibration becomes____ A. six times the former value B. three times its former value C. one-sixth the former value D. one-third the former value
58.	What is the electric potential between two protons of charge, q and at a distance r apart?  A. 4pEoq2r    B. q/4pEor           C.q2/4pEor    D. q2/4pEor2.
59.	A charge of 1.0X10-5 Coulombs experiences a force of 40N at a certain point in space. What is the electric field intensity in NC-1?  A. 4.00X10-4 B. 4.00X106            C. 2.00X10-4   D.  8.00X106
60.	Which of the following factors can affect the speed of sound in air?
I temperature of the surrounding II the direction of the wind III the pitch of the sound
A.  I & II only B. II & III only C. I & III only I, II & III

SECTION B
PART I ANSWER ANY FIVE QUESTIONS ONLY.
1	.a. 	List three (3) factors that can affect the frequency of a sonometer.
b.	State how the factors listed in “a” above affect the frequency.
c.	Illustrate using labeled diagrams only, a sonometer of length l, vibrating at    its:
i.	fundamental mode		ii	first overtone		iii	second overtone				                       								  SSCE 2003
2.	a.	State three (3) characteristics of sound and what they depend on.
b.	With the aid of a labeled diagram, describe an experiment to show that sound cannot travel through a vacuum. 				SSCE 1988

3.	Explain:
I.	Electric potential	ii.  Gravitational potential
iii.	Electric potential energy and their unit
iv.	An isolated electrically charged sphere of radius, r and charged q, is supported on an insulator in air permittivity 	, write down an expression for electric field insensitivity on the surface of the sphere. 		SSCE 2005

4.	An object 2.5mm long is viewed through a converging lens of focal length 10.0cm held close to the eye. A magnified image of the object is formed 30.0cm from the lens. Calculate the:  (i) distance of the object from the lens	                                              (ii.)   Size of the image (iii) power of the lens                          SSCE 2002

5.	a.	State two laws of refraction of light.
b.	A rectangular glass block of thickness 12cm is placed on a mark on a piece of paper resting on a horizontal bench.
(i.)	draw a way diagram to show apparent position of the mark on the glass block.
(ii.)	If the refractive index of the material of the block is 1.5, Calculate apparent displacement.								 SSCE 2000
6.        (a).Using ray diagrams only, show how a virtual image can be formed by:
i. concave mirror		ii. convex lens
(b). with the aid of a ray diagram, show how a converging lens can be used to correct an eye defect.						SSCE 1988/ NECO 2007
7.       (a)  Explain the differences between echo and reverberation.
(b)  List two ways in which each of them can be reduced.
(c) Mention (3) three applications of sound waves and one example each.

8.      (a).State and explain the meaning of each symbol:
(i) Coulomb’s law of electrostatic
(ii.) Newton’s law of universal gravitation
(b.) Two objects of mass 80kg and 50kg are separated by a distance of 0.2m. If the gravitational constant, a, is 6.6X10-11 Nm2/kg2, calculate the force of gravitational attraction between them.

9.	Explain the following terms:   i. Dispersion of white light     ii.  Deviation of light   iii.  Pure spectrum IV. Primary colours with one example V Secondary colours with one example   VI.  Complimentary colour.
10.	Describe with the aid of a labelled diagram, how an impure spectrum of white light can be produced on a screen.

PART II
INSTRUCTION: Answer three questions only.
11.	(a) (i) What is wave motion?
(ii) State two differences between a radio wave and sound wave.
(b)(ii) Given that you are provided with a tuning fork, a burette and other necessary apparatus, describe with aid of a diagram, an experiment to determine the frequency of a note emitted by a source of sound. (assume the velocity of sound in air is known).
(ii) State two precautions necessary to obtain accurate result in the experiment described in 1(b) (i) above.
(c ) A pipe closed at one end is 100cm long. If the air in the pipe is set into vibration and a fundamental note is produced, calculate the frequency of a note.(velocity of sound in air = 340m/s)           (SSCE 2007)

12.	(a) What is meant by dispersion of white light
(b) State the colour in the spectrum of white light in ascending order of their wavelength.
(c ) What colour deviates (i) least (ii) most?
(d) Explain why white light is dispersed when it passes through a glass prism.
(e) Describe with aid of a labeled diagram, how a pure spectrum of white light can be produced on a screen.                                                                        SSCE 1996.

13.	(a)(i) State coulomb’s law of electrostatics.
(ii) Define electric field intensity at appoint in an electric field.
(iii) Draw a diagram to illustrate the electric field pattern due to two positive charges near each other.
(b) The magnitude of the electrostatic force between two point charges is given by the equation F = Kq1q2/r2.
(i) Identify each of the symbols in the equation
(ii) State the unit of each symbol identified.
(c) A positive point charge of 1.6 x 10-2C is located 5cm away from a point x. Calculate (i) electric potential (ii) work done on a similar charge brought from infinity to X.  [Take 1/4p?o = 9.0 x 109 mF-2]           (Nov/ Dec SSCE 2007)

14.	(a) With the aid of ray diagrams , explain total internal reflection.
(b) Describe with the aid of a labeled diagram, the essential features of an astronomical telescope in normal adjustment.
(c) A converging lens forms a real image of a real object. If the magnification is 2 and the object is 90.0cm, determine the (i) focal length of the lens. (ii) object distance for which the image would be the same size.

15.	What is an echo?
(i) State two useful applications of echoes
(ii) Why are the walls, floors, and ceiling of a recording studio heavily padded?
(b)(i) Explain timbre and overtones
(ii) What is resonance?
(c) As a ship approaches a cliff, its siren is sounded and the echo is heard in the ship after 12 seconds. 2.1 minutes later, the siren is sounded again, and the echo is heard 8 seconds later. If the speed of sound in air is 340ms-1, calculate the velocity at which the ship is approaching the cliff.

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