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SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN SERI ROMPIN

26810 KUALA ROMPIN, PAHANG


PEPERIKSAAN UPT 2 2006
TINGKATAN ENAM
FIZIK
KERTAS 1
Satu jam Empat puu! m"#"t
$ANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA %IBERITAHU
1. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 50 soalan.
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3. Rajah yang mengiringi masalah dalam kertas ini dimaksudkan untuk memberi
maklumat yang berguna bagi menyelesaikan masalah. Rajah tidak semestinya
dilukiskan mengikut skala.
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tia!tia soalan ilih satu jawaan sahaja. Tandakan semua jawaan anda ada
kertas jawaan objekti" yang disediakan.
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jawaan# adamkan hingga bersih tanda yang telah dibuat itu. Kemudian hitamkan
jawaan anda yang baru.
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jawaan yang terbaik bagi setia soalan dan hitamkan ruangan yang betul ada
kertas jawaan anda.
SULIT
FIZIK
KERTAS 1
MEI 2006
1 + $AM
Answer a questions.
1.What is the number of atoms in one cubic
metre of an ideal gas at temperature 27
0
C
and pressure 4.0 X 10

!a"
A 4.4 X 10
22
m
#$

% &.4 X 10
2$
m
#$
C '.7 X 10
24
m
#$
( ).7 X 10
2
m
#$
2. *he a+erage ,inetic energ- for molecules
of an ideal gas in a close rigid container is
increased b- factor of 4. What will
happen to the pressure of the gas"
A .t is constant
% .t is increased b- a factor of 2
C .t is increased b- a factor of 4
( .t is increased b- a factor of '
$. Argon and neon are monoatomic gases
with relati+e atomic mass 40 and 2
especti+el-. *he ratio number of atoms in
one mole of argon is number of atoms in
one mole of neon
A alwa-s 2
% 2 onl- if the two gases are at the
same temperature and pressure.
C 2 onl- if the gases are at the
temperatures of solidification.
( alwa-s 1
4. According to the ,inetic theor- of gases/
the internal energ- for an ideal gas is the
best defined as
A the a+erage ,inetic energ- of the
gas molecules.
% the total ,inetic energ- of the gas
molecules.
C the most probable ,inetic energ-
of the gas molecules.
( the total potential energ- and
,inetic energ- of the gas
molecules.
. A diatom ideal gas molecule has
translational ,inetic energ- and rotational
,inetic energ- at temperature 227
0
C. *he
a+erage ,inetic energ- of the molecule is
A 2.07 X 10
#20
0% 1.7$ X 10
#20
0
C 1.7$ X 10
#20
0 ( 7.'$ X 10
#21
0
&. *he effecti+e degrees of freedom for an
o1-gen gas molecule at room temperature is
A $ % 4
C ( &
7. 2or a diatomic gas at temperature */ each
degree of freedom has an a+erage energ- of
A 3 ,* % 24$ ,*
C ,* ( $42 5t
'. 6itrogen gas is diatomic and has
translational motion as well as rotational
motion at room temperature. At a +er- low
temperature/ such as $0 5/ the number of
degrees of freedom of the gas molecules is
A 0 % 1
C $ (
). *he figure below shows the relationship
between the a+erage translational ,inetic
energ- 7
,
of a monotomic molecule of an
ideal gas at absolute temperature *.
7
,
b
a

*he +alue of %olt8mann constant that can be
deduced from the graph abo+e is
A a 4 b % a 4 $b
C 2a 4 b ( 2a 4 $b
*
10. 9ne of the assumptions concerning an
ideal gas is
A ,inetic energ- is lost when collisions
occur among the gas molecules.
% gas molecules attract one another.
C each molecule mo+es with root mean
square speed.
( the time of collision of the gas molecules
can be neglected.
11. .f the a+erage ,inetic energ- per
molecule for a diatomic ideal gas is
equi+alent to 0.1 e:/ what is the temperature
of the gas"
A $'7 5 % 4&4 5
C 77$ 5 ( 11&0 5
12. *he equation W ; < = :
2
> :
1
?
represents the wor, done b- the gas in
A free e1pansion
% isothermal e1pansion
C adiabatic e1pansion
( e1pansion at constant pressure
1$. An ideal gas in a c-linder is compressed
isothermall- from +olume :
1
and pressure
<
1
to +olume :
2
and pressure <
2
. Which of
the following statement is correct
concerning the gas"
A @eat is dissipated from the gas.
% 5inetic energ- of the gas increase.
C !otential energ- of the gas
increase.
( 6o wor, done b- the gas.
14. A mole of ideal gas is compressed
isothermall- at temperature 40 5 from
+olume : to +olume A :. What is the wor,
done on the gas"
A 2.0 ,0 % $.$ ,0
C 4.2 ,0 ( 4.& ,0
1. What is the wor, done when two moles
of an ideal gas is compressed from & dm
$
to
4 dm
$
at constant temperature 400 5"
A 0.&,0 % 1.2 ,0
C 2.7 ,0 ( $.$ ,0
1&. *he first law of thermod-namics states
that
A no heat enters or lea+es the s-stem.
% the increase in internal energ- does not
depend on +olume or temperature of
the s-stem.
C the increase in internal energ- is equal to
the wor, done b- the s-stem.
( heat supplied is equal to the sum of the
increase in internal energ- and the
wor, done b- the s-stem.
17. A monoatomic ideal gas that has +olume
: at initial pressure < e1pands adiabaticall-
until its pressure becomes <4$2. What is the
new +olume of the gas"
A 4: % ':
C 1& : ( $2:
1'. *he internal energ- B for a monoatomic
ideal gas which has +olume : at pressure <
can be e1pressed as
A 42 <: % $42 <:
C <: ( 3 <:
1). *he molar heat capacit- at constant
pressure C
p
for a diatomic gas is
A 2).1 mol
#1
5
#1
% 20.' mol
#1
5
#1
C 14.1 mol
#1
5
#1
( 12. mol
#1
5
#1
20. Which of the following quantities will
decrease when an ideal gas in a closed
c-linder is compressed adiabaticall-"
A 6umber of molecules per unit +olume
% 2requenc- of molecular collisions of gas
C Cost probable speed of the gas molecules.
( Cean time of intermolecular collision.
21. *he figure below shows isotherms for a
fi1ed mass of an ideal at different
thermod-namic temperature *
1
and *
2
.
<:
$1
*
2
*
1
1

*

.f *
1
is the ice point/ then the +alue *
2
is
A )1.0 5 % $&4.20 5
C $&4.21 5 ( '1).4 5
22. Which of the following equations
,a##-t be used in adiabatic process of an
ideal gas"
A dD ; 0
% <: ; E*
C <: ; constant
( *:
F > 1
; constant
2$. Which of the following is true
concerning the adiabatic e1pansion of an
ideal gas"
A *he temperature of the gas does not
change.
% *he internal energ- of the gas increase.
C *he r.m.s speed of the gas molecule
decreases.
( *he e1ternal wor, done is more than the
change of the internal energ-.
24. *he charge on a charged particle X and
an alpha particle are 1.2 X 10
#17
C and
$.21X10
#1)
C respecti+el-. What is the
electrostatic force between the two particles
b- a distance of 1.00 1 10
#10
m" = 1 4 4GH
0
;
) 1 10
)
6m
2
C
#2
?
A 1.$0 1 10
#&
6
% 2.20 1 10
#&
6
C $.10 1 10
#&
6
( 4.$' 1 10
#&
6
2. A charge of C is mo+ed from infinit-
to point X in a electric field. *he wor, done
to mo+e the charge is 20 0. *he electric
potential at point X is
A 0.2 : % 4 :
C 1 : ( 2 :
2&. An oil drop with charge q is stationar- in
a +ertical electric field 7. What is the mass
of the oil drop" I g is the acceleration due to
gra+it-J.
A q7 % q 4 7
C g 4 q7 ( q7 4 g
27. *he electrostatic force between two
point charges separated b- a distance 8 is 2.
.f the charges are separated b- a distance $8/
the electrostatic force between the two
charges will become
A 2 4 27 % 2 4 )
C 2 4 $ ( $2
2'. *hree point charges #1KC/ L 2KC and L
$KC are placed on a straight line as shown in
the figure below.
E 2 cm M $ cm *
#1KC L 2KC L $KC
*he resultant force acting on M due to E and
* is
A 11 6 towards *
% 1 6 towards *
C 1 6 towards E
( 10 6 towards E
2). *wo parallel metal plates/ each of area
0.40 m
2
/ ha+e opposite charges of the same
magnitude on the inner surface of the
plates. .f the electric field between the plates
is uniform and equal to 6C
#1
/ what is the
magnitude of the charge on each plate"
A 1.22 1 10
#)
C %7.'0 1 10
#10
C
C $.)0 1 10
10
C (1.)1 10
10
C
$0. *wo capacitors of 2 K2 and 4K2 that are
not charged are connected in series with a
12 : batter-. What is the potential
difference across the 2K2 capacitor"
A 2 : % 4 :
C & : ( ' :
$1. *wo capacitors with capacitance of 4K2
and &K2 are connected in parallel. *he
arrangement is later connected in series with
a third capacitor to produce an effecti+e
capacitance of K2. *he capacitance for the
third capacitor is
A $ K2 % K2
C 7 K2 ( 10 K2
$2. A capacitor has capacitance of 2K2. *o
obtain an effecti+e capacitance of 1K2/ the
capacitor needs to be connected to
A a capacitor of 2K2 in series
% a capacitor of 2K2 in parallel
C a capacitor of 1K2 in parallel
( a capacitor of 0.K2 in series.
$$. *hree capacitors C
1
/ C
2
and C
$
with
capacitance of $K2/ 2K2 and 4K2
respecti+el- are connected to a $: suppl- as
shown in the figure below. What is the
charge on the plates of each capacitor"
$ :

Charge C
1
Charge C
2
Charge C
$
A 1 K2 2 K2 2 K2
% & K2 2 K2 4 K2
C ) K2 1' K2 12 K2
( 2 K2 ' K2 4 K2
$4. *wo capacitor X and N with capacitance
C and 2C respecti+el- are connected in
series with a batter-. Which of the following
statements is true of the two capacitors"
A *he equi+alent capacitance is $C.
% *he charge of the capacitor N is twice the
charge of the capacitor X.
C *he potential difference across the
capacitor X is twice the potential
difference of the capacitor N.
( *he energ- stored in capacitor N is twice
the energ- stored in capacitor X.
$. A capacitor of 1&0K2 capacitance is
charged so that the potential difference
across it is 200 :. *he capacitor is later
discharged through a discharge tube so that
the potential difference across the capacitor
is reduced to 100 :. *he energ- dissipated
through the tube is
A 1.2 0 % 2.4 0
C $.& 0 ( 4.' 0
$&. A capacitor of K2 and a capacitor 10K2
are connected in series with a 12: batter-.
What is the charge of each capacitor"
K2 10K2
A 10K2 20K2
% 20K2 40K2
C 40K2 20K2
( 40K2 40K2
$7. Which of the following products has the
same unit as time"
A Eesistance 1 capacitance
C
1
C
2
C
$
% !ressure 1 +olume
C 2requenc- 1 wa+elength
( Current 1 potential difference
$'. *he dimension for !lanc, constant h are
A CO
2
*
#2
% CO
2
*
#1
C CO*
2
( CO*
#1
$). A progressi+e wa+e is represented b- the
equation - ; 0.20 sin I 100Gt > G1 42J/ with
1 and - are measured in metres and t in
seconds. What is the speed of the wa+e"
A 20 ms
#1
% 0 ms
#1
C 100 ms
#1
( 200 ms
#1
40. What is the +elocit- of a wa+e
represented b- the equation - ; ' sin I 4t >
1J/ with 1 and - measured in centimetres
and t in seconds"
A 4.0 cms
#1
% 2.0 cms
#1
C 1.& cms
#1
( 0.' cms
#1
41. A progressi+e wa+e is represented b- the
equation - ; 0.4 cos 2G I 0.t > 0.11 J/ with
1 and - in metres and t in seconds. What is
the speed of the wa+e"
A 0.2 ms
#1
% 0. ms
#1
C 2.0 ms
#1
( .0 ms
#1
42. Which of the following relationships
represents correctl- the +ariation of the
wa+e intensit- . with distance r from a point
source which produces spherical wa+e"
A . ; constant % . P r
C . P r
2
( . P 14r
2
4$. Which of the following statements
concerning the progressi+e wa+e is true"
A *he progressi+e wa+e transmits energ-
from its source to the surroundings.
% *he progressi+e wa+e onl- refers to
trans+erse wa+e.
C All consecuti+e points are in phase.
( *he higher the frequenc-/ the further will
be the wa+e propagated from its source.
44. A pipe/ open at both ends/ has a
fundamental frequenc- of . ,@8. .f the
speed of sound in air is $$0 ms
#1
/ what is the
effecti+e length of the pipe"
A 2 cm % $ cm
C cm ( 7 cm
4. Mound intensit- is directl- proportional
to
A the amplitude of +ibrations.
% the square of the amplitude of +ibrations.
C the frequenc- of +ibrations.
( the square of the frequenc- of +ibrations.
4&. A bullet with a mass of 10 g is shot from
a gun of mass 2 ,g with a +elocit- of 400
ms
#1
. .f the gun is placed on a smooth
platform/ what is the +elocit- of recoil of the
gun"
A #2 ms
#1
% 2 ms
#1
C #4 ms
#1
( 4 ms
#1
47. A ball is thrown hori8ontall- with a
speed of ' ms
#1
from the top of a tall
building. *he ball ta,es 4 seconds to reach
the ground. What is the range tra+eled b-
the ball"
A 20 m
% 24 m
C 2& m
( $2 m
4'. A lorr- of mass 4000 ,g is mo+ing with
a +elocit- of 72 ,m per hour and collides
with a stationar- car of mass 1000 ,g. What
is the total ,inetic energ- of the lorr- and
the car if the two +ehicles were to be stuc,
together after the collision"
A 2.0 1 10

0
% .1 1 10

0
C &.4 1 10

0
( '.0 1 10

0
4). When an obQect mo+es with constant
speed round a circular trac,/ which of the
following quantities changes with time"
A Coment of inertia
% Oinear momentum
C Angular momentum
( Angular +elocit-
0. What is the M. unit for gra+itational field
strength"
A ms
#1
% 6 ,g
#2
C ,g 6
#1
( 6 ,g
SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN SERI ROMPIN
26810 KUALA ROMPIN, PAHANG
PEPERIKSAAN UPT 2 2006
TINGKATAN ENAM
FIZIK
KERTAS 2
%ua jam T".a puu! m"#"t
$ANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA %IBERITAHU
1. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi (ua bahagian iaitu $ahagian ) dan $ahagian $.
SULIT
FIZIK
KERTAS 2
MEI 2006
2/$AM
2. Jawab &'mua soalan dalam $ahagian ) dan $ahagian $.
3. Rajah yang mengiringi masalah dalam kertas ini dimaksudkan untuk memberi
maklumat yang berguna bagi menyelesaikan masalah. Rajah tidak semestinya
dilukiskan mengikut skala.
4. Jawaan hendaklah ditulis di kertas. )nda diminta menjawab dengan lebih tererin*i
Jawaan mestilah jelas dan logik. 'ersamaan# gambar rajah# jadual# gra" dan *ara lain yang
sesuai untuk menjelaskan jawaan anda boleh digunakan. Rajah yang mengiringi soalan tidak
dilukiskan mengikut skala ke*uali dinyatakan. +arkah yang dieruntukkan bagi setia soalan
atau *eraian soalan ditunjukkan dalam kurungan.
&. 'enggunaan kalkulatorsainti"ik yang t")a* boleh dirogramkan adalah dibenarkan.
SE(TION A 0 60 Ma1*2
Answer a questions in this section
1$ cm 1$ cm
10 cm

2igure 1
1.*wo small light balls/ each of mass 2.0 g and carr-ing equal amount of li,e charge/ are
suspended freel- b- light non#conducting strings. *he length of each string is 1$ cm.
*he balls are in static equilibrium and separated b- a distance of 10 cm/ as shown in
figure 1.
a? (raw a free bod- diagram to show all the e1ternal forces that act on one ball.
R
b? (etermine the charge carried b- each ball.
(ua bola bersalut logam/ setiap satun-a berQisim 2 g/ -ang digantung,an di huQung tali
sepanQang 1$ cm -ang dile,at,an di s-iling. Cas#cas -ang sama dileta,,an di ,edua#
dua bola itu dan ia mencapai ,eadaan ,eseimbangan apabila terpisah seQauh 10 cm
seperti raQah 1.
a? Ou,is,an raQah da-a#da-a -ang bertinda, ,e atas setiap bola.
b? 5ira,an cas pada setiap bola itu.
= mar, ?
2.
D
1
D
2
$ cm

D
4
D
$

4 cm

2igure 2
!oint charges D
1
; L 20K2/ D
2
; #1K2/ D
$
; L 1K2 and D
4
; L 10K2 are placed at the corners
of a rectangle/ as shown in figure 2. (etermine the resultant electric force that acts on D
4
.
Cas#cas titi, D
1
; L 20 K2/ D
2
; # 1 K2/ D
$
; L 1 K2 dan D
4
; L 10 K2 disusun seperti raQah 2.
5ira,an Qumlah da-a ele,tri, -ang bertinda, pada cas D
4
.
=10 mar,?
$. A particle of mass 2.0 1 10
#
,g carries a charge of #$0KC. .t mo+es with constant
acceleration of 1. ,m s
#2
in a uniform electric field. (etermine the magnitude of the
electric field strength of the field.
Matu 8arah mempun-ai cas > $0 KC dan Qisim 2.0 1 10
#
. .a bergera, dengan pecutan
seragam 1. ,ms
#2
dalam medan ele,tri, seragam. 5ira,an magnitud ,eamatan ele,tri,
medan itu. = mar, ?
4. Assuming that a nucleus of
)2
2$'
B can be considered to be a charged sphere of radius
7 1 10
#1
m/ estimate the electric field strength on the surface of the nuclear sphere.
= 7lectron charge ; # 1.& 1 10
#1)
C ?

6u,leus
)2
2$'
B -ang boleh dianggap berbentu, sfera/ mempun-ai QeQari lebih ,urang
7 1 10
#1
m. %erapa,ah medan ele,tri, pada permu,aan nu,leus itu"
= Cas ele,tron ; #1.& 1 10
#1)
C ?
= mar, ?
.
# 10KC L 1KC
A %
10 cm
10 cm
( C
# 1KC L10KC
2igure $
!oint charges are placed at the corners of a square/ as shown in figure $. (etermine the resultant
electric field strength at the centre of the square.
Cas#cas titi, dileta,,an di penQuru#penQuru segiempat sama A%C( seperti dalam raQah $. Cari
,eamatan ele,tri, di pusat segiempat sama itu. = 10 mar, ?
&. A point charge of L 0.0KC mo+es from point A to point % in an electric field. *he
wor, done b- the field is 10K0. (etermine the electric potential difference crossed b-
the charge.
Cas titi, L .0 KC digera,,an perlahan#lahan dari titi, A ,e titi, % dalam medan ele,tri,.
5erQa -ang dila,u,an oleh medan itu ialah 10K0. 5ira,an be8a ,eupa-aan ele,tri, =:
%
> :
A
?
merentasi A dan %.
= mar, ?
7. A parallel plate capacitor consists of pair plates which are separated b- a thin piece of
paper of thic,ness 0.00 mm. *he surface area of each plate is 0.20 m
2
. (etermine the
capacitance of the capacitor.
= 2or the material of the paper/ H
r
; 2./ H
0
; '.' 1 10
#12
2m
#1
?
Matu ,apasitor terbentu, daripada dua plat logam/ setiap plat -ang berluas 0.20 m
2
. !lat#
plat itu dipisah,an oleh se,eping ,ertas -ang bertebal 0.00 mm. 5ira,an ,apasitans
bagi ,apasitor itu.
= 5etelusan relatif ,ertas H
r
; 2./ H
0
; '.' 1 10
#12
2m
#1
? = mar, ?
'. 2S2 4S2
S2
$S2
12:
2igure 4
Eefer to the circuit shown in figure 4. (etermine
a? the charge stored in each capacitor
b? the potential differences each capacitor
EuQu, litar dalam raQah 4/ ,ira,an
a? cas tersimpan dalam setiap ,apasitor
b? %e8a ,eupa-aan -ang merentasi setiap ,apasitor.
=mar,?
). *he electric energ- stored in a 10S2 capacitor is 100S0. (etermine
a? the charge stored in the capacitor
b? the potential differences across the capacitor

*enaga -ang tersimpan dalam satu ,apasitor 10 K2 ialah 100 K0. 5ira,an
a? cas tersimpan dalam ,apasitor
b? %e8a ,eupa-aan merentasi ,apasitor.
=mar,?
10. !oint A and % are at distances 2.0cm and $.0cm respecti+el- from a point charge D ;
#100SC. (etermine
a? the electric potentials at A and %
b? the energ- required in mo+ing a point charge q ; L 2.0SC/ which is placed at A
to %.
*iti,#titi, A dan % berQara, 2.0 cm dan $.0 cm masing#masing dari satu cas titi, D ;
L 100 KC. 5ira,an
a? ,eupa-aan ele,tri, pada titi, A dan titi, %.
b? ,erQa -ang dila,u,an oleh satu agen untu, membawa satu cas q ; L 2.0 KC dari
titi, % ,e titi, A. = mar, ?
M7C*.96 % = 40 mar, ?
Answer ALL question in this section.
1.a? (efine capacitance and its unit for a capacitor
b? A capacitor of 20S2 is full- charge b- a d.c. suppl- of 20:.
i? calculate the charge stored in the capacitor.
ii? calculate the energ- suppl- to the capacitor.
iii? calculate the energ- stored in the capacitor.
c?
12 :
C
1
C
2
&.0S2 12.0S2
C
$
'.0S2
2igure
*he figure shows a networ, of capacitors which consist of capacitors C
1
/ C
2
and C
$
. Calculate
the equi+alent capacitance of the networ, of capacitors and the potential difference across
capacitor C
1
. =10 mar,?
2. a? Mtate CoulombTs law. When does the proportional constant in the equation
representing the law ha+e a +alue of 14 4GH
0
"
b?
LD X N
r
1
r
-
2igure &
(efine electric potential at a point/ and deri+e an e1pression for the potential
differences : between point X and point N in an electric field due to single point
charge LD as shown in the figure &.
=10mar,?
$. a? =i? Mtate UaussT Oaw.
=ii? Bse UaussT law to show that the electric field strength 7 inside a parallel plate
capacitor is V 4 H / with V as the charge per unit area on each plate of the capacitor
and H as the permitti+it- of the medium between the capacitor plates.

= & mar, ?
=iii? %- using the result 7 ; V 4 H in =a?=ii?/ deduce an e1pression for the capacitance C
of the parallel plate capacitor with area A on each plate and separation between
plates d. = 4 mar, ?
4. a? (efine capacitance of a capacitor. = 1 mar, ?
b? *here is a uniform electric field 7 between the free space of two parallel plates of a
capacitor. Write down an e1pression for the capacitance C of the capacitor and the
energ- B stored in the capacitor. Bse the e1pressions to show that the energ- per
unit +olume is 3 H
0
7
2
as the permitti+it- of free space.
= 4 mar, ?
c? (efine dielectric constant of an insulator material. = 1 mar, ?
d? *he potential difference between the plates of an isolated capacitor with capacitance
400 K2 is 1'.0 :. *he space between the capacitor plates is then filled with a material
of dielectric constant 4.0. Calculate the new potential difference between the
capacitor plates and final energ- stored in the capacitor.
= 4 mar, ?