Anda di halaman 1dari 6

2010 Trial Paper 3, section B analysis: State Selangor Experiment Form4 Experiment Form5

Electricity: Heat: Length of wire affect mass affect amount of heat absorbed resistance Wave: Light/lens: Loudness of sound Thickness of lens affect focal length depends on distance Light/refraction: Real depth affects apparent depth Electricity: Thickness of wire affect resistance




Electromagnet: Light/lens: Induce current depends on Thickness of lens affect focal length speed of magnet Wave: Heat/Charle's law Wavelength depends on volume of gas dpends on temprature depth Pressure in liquid: density affect pressure Pressure in liquid: depth affect pressure Heat: mass affect rate of heat absorbed Heat: mass of water affects rate of temperature change Electromagnet: Strenght of magnet depends on current Wave: Sound interference Electricity: temperature affect resistance Wave: Sound interference







Archimedes: Wave: Buoyant force depends on weight of Sound interference water displace Boyles' law: Pressure dpends on volume of gas Electricity: Length affect resistance


SPM 2010 TIPS: Form4 Chap 1 - Measuring instrument,zero error,sensitivity,accuracy Chap 2 - Linear graph,ticker tape, momentum,RESOLVING FORCES, equilibrium forces,lift+gravity, conservation of energy, application of hooke's law Chap 3 - Gas & atmospheric pressure,manometer+barometer),application of archimedes, application of bernoulli Chap 4 - thermometer specs & calibration,specific heat capacity(application)latent heat graph,charles +pressure law Chap 5 - Lenses (drawing & application:microscope), refraction + total internal reflection(drawing & application), plane mirror stuff, curved mirror drawing & application SPM 2010 TIPS: Form5 Chpt 1 :Undrstanding wave graph,( frequency,period,wavelength), resonance,Wave diffraction ( for water,sound & light) Wave interference ( for water,sound & light) Chpt 2: Electric field,Serise parallel application,Ohms Law, Emf & Internal resistance,Factors affecting resistance Chpt 3: Electromagnet & Application(motor etc), catapult field+turning effect & application, Induction & Application, (Lenz +Faradays law, generator & etc),transfromer & national grid Chapt 4: CRO, diode waveform+doping,Transistor circuit(amplifier+switch) Chapt 5: Radioactive decay & its radiation properties,Radioisotope application, Half Life, Fission, Fusion+Nuclear reactor

Tips terbaru 2010 Paper 2 Section A:

Question 1: Form 4 (Chapter 1) Measuring Instrument - Vernier calliper/micrometer screw gauge (reading, accuracy, zero error) Question 2: Form 5 (Chapter 2) Choose type of fuse Electric circuit for safety Question 3: Form 4 (Chapter 4) Specific latent heat of fusion and Specific latent heat of vaporisation Steaming of food Question 4: Form 4 (Chapter 3) Bernoulli principle (Aerofoil) Question 5: Form 5 (Chapter 3) Electromagnet (electric bell) Question 6: Form 5 (Chapter 1) Refraction of water Question 7: Form 5 (Chapter 5) Equation for alpha, beta and gamma decay (Graph of nucleon number against proton number) Calculation for the nuclear energy Management of radioactive substance Question 8: Form 4 (Chapter 2) Principle of conservation of energy (definition and calculation) Choose spring (Most elastic)

Section B: (Modify and explain)

Question 9-Essay: Form 4 (Chapter 5) Compare size of image formed by different object distance Application of convex mirror. (widen the viewing angle)

Modify projector @ microscope @ telescope) Question 10-Essay: Form 5 (Chapter 3) Electromagnetic induction (Lenz Law and Faraday law, calculation, graph, AC generator, factors) Design DC adaptor from AC supply (transformer and rectifier)

Section C: (Choose suitability)

Question 11-Essay: Form 4 (Chapter 5) Archimedess principle (definition, calculation, float concept calculation) Choose material for hot air balloon Question 12-Essay: Form 5 (Chapter 4) Semiconductor and transistor as automatic switch Choose material for semiconductor

Paper 3 Section A:
Question 1: Form 4 (Chapter 5) Snell Law/Refractive index (sin i against sin r) (Reading on protractor) Question 2: Form 5 (Chapter 2) Internal resistance (E = V + Ir)

Section B: (Practical)
1. Form 4 (Chapter 2) Mass and Acceleration experiment (Ticker timer) 2. Form 4 (Chapter 4) Gas Law experiment (Boyles Law, Charless Law and Pressure Law) Specific Heat Capacity experiment (mass water increases, change in temperature decreases) 3. Form 5 (Chapter 1)

Interference of Light or Sound experiment (a increases, x decreases) 4. Form 5 (Chapter 2) Factors that affect Resistance (length, cross-sectional area, temperature and type of material) Ohms Law experiment (V = IR)

List of Experiemts:
Form 4 Chapter 2 (1) To investigate the relationship between inertia and mass (2) To investigate the relationship between force and acceleration (3) To investigate the relationship between mass and acceleration Form 4 Chapter 3 (4) To investigate the relationship between depth and pressure of liquid (5) To investigate the relationship between immersion destance in water and weight Form 4 Chapter 4 (6) To investigate the relationship between mass of water and change in temperature (7) To investigate the relationship between the pressure and the volume (Boyles Law) (8) To determine the relationship between the pressure and the temperature (Pressure Law) (9) To determine the relationship between the volume and the temperature (Charles Law) Form 5 Chapter 1 (10) To investigate the relationship between the distance between two coherent source and distance bwteen two consecutive constructive inteference (Light and sound) Form 5 Chapter 2

(11) To investigate the relationship between current and the potential difference for a wire (12) To investigate the factors affecting resistance (length, thickness of wire and temperature