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PEKA SCIENCE _______

NAME:
FORM:
DATE:
TITLE:
Problem Statement
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Aim
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Hypothesis
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Operational
Definition:
Variables:
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i) Manipulated:
ii) Responding:
iii) Constant:

Materials:
Apparatus:
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Labelled diagram
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Procedure:
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Microscope
1. The apparatus as shown in the diagram above is prepared.
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Observation:
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C3P2
C3P3
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Analysis/ Discussion:
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C4P2
C4P3
C4P4
Conclusion:
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Hypothesis is accepted

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CHAPTER 5 (MOTION)

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A) INERTIA
Mass and Inertia
Problem statement: What is the relationship between mass and inertia?
Aim:
___________________________________________________________________________________.
Hypothesis:
_____________________________________________________________________________.
Variable:
Manipulated : _____________________________________________.
Responding : _____________________________________________.
Constant
: _____________________________________________.
Operational Definition: _____________________________________________________________
Materials and apparatus: __________________________________________________________
(Draw labelled diagram of the experiment)

Procedure:
1. Two tins were hung at the laboratory door. One tin was filled with sand while the other was left
empty
2. Tin B is filled up with sand while tin A is left empty.
3. Both tins are swung at the same height.
4. The tin are stopped from swinging after a while.
5. The tin that is harder to swing and that is harder to stop are observed.
Tabulation Of Data:

Discussion:
1. Compare the mass of the empty tin with the tin full of sand.
2. Which tin is easier to swing? Which tin is easier to stop?
3. Which tin is more difficult to swing? Which tin is more difficult to stop?
4. Based on your observations. What can you infer?
5. Can your hypothesis be accepted?

Conclusion:
________________________________________________________________________________.

B) MOMENTUM
1. Relationship Between Mass And Momentum
Problem statement: What is the relationship between mass and momentum?
Aim: ___________________________________________________________________________.
Hypothesis: ______________________________________________________________________.
Variable:
Manipulated variable : ____________________________.
Responding variable : ____________________________
Constant variable
: ____________________________
Operational Definition: _____________________________________________________________
Materials and apparatus: ___________________________________________________________
(Draw labelled diagram of the experiment)
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2.
3.
4.

The apparatus as shown in diagram (a) is set up.


A trolley is pushed gently to move down the track and collides a wooden block.
The displacement of wooden block is measured and recorded.
This experiment is repeated by using a two-stacked trolley as shown in diagram (b).

Tabulation Of Data:

Discussion:
1. How does the momentum change with the mass of the trolley?
2. Which trolley moved the wooden block further? State the distance .
3. Based on the result, make the inference on the relationship between momentum and mass.
4. Can your hypothesis be accepted?

Conclusion:

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2. Relationship Between Velocity And Momentum


Problem statement: What is the relationship between velocity and momentum?
Aim: ___________________________________________________________________________.
Hypothesis: _____________________________________________________________________.
Variable:
Manipulated : ____________________________________________________
Responding : ____________________________________________________
Constant
: _____________________________________________________
Operational Definition: _____________________________________________________________
Materials and apparatus:
(Draw labelled diagram of the experiment)
Procedure:
1. The apparatus as shown in diagram (a) is set up.
2. A trolley is pushed gently down the track and it collides with a wooden block.
3. The displacement of wooden block is measured and recorded
4. This experiment is repeated by using two wooden blocks to make the track steeper as shown in
diagram (b).
Tabulation Of Data:

Discussion:
1. How is the momentum changed with the velocity of a trolley?
2. Which trolley moved the wooden block further? State the distance .
3. Based on the result, make the inference on the relationship between momentum and velocity.
4. Does a stationary object with a large mass have momentum? Why?
5. Can your hypothesis be accepted?

Conclusion:

_______________________________________________________________________________.

C) PRESSURE
1. Relationship Between Pressure And Force
Problem statement: What is the relationship between pressure and force?
Aim: ___________________________________________________________________________.
Hypothesis: _____________________________________________________________________.
Variable:
Manipulated : ____________________________________________________
Responding : ____________________________________________________
Constant
: _____________________________________________________
Operational Definition: _____________________________________________________________
Materials and apparatus:
(Draw labelled diagram of the experiment)

Procedure:
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2.
3.
4.
5.

The apparatus are prepared as shown above.


A 100g weight is placed on the sponge.
The distance of the compressed sponge is recorded.
Steps 2 and 3 are repeated with various loads of 200g, 300g, 400g and 500g.
The observation is recorded.

Tabulation Of Data:

Discussion:
1. Which weight exert a greater force on the sponge? Why?
2. Which weight forms a deeper dent on the sponge?
3. Based on your experiment, what inference can you make?
4. State the relationship between pressure and force.
5. Can your hypothesis be accepted?
Conlusion:
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2. Relationship Between Pressure And surface Area.


Problem statement: What is the relationship between pressure and surface area?
Aim: __________________________________________________________________________
Hypothesis: ____________________________________________________________________.
Variable:
Manipulated : ____________________________________________________
Responding : ____________________________________________________
Constant
: _____________________________________________________
Operational Definition: _____________________________________________________________
Materials and apparatus:
(Draw labelled diagram of the experiment)
Procedure:
1. A 500g weight on top of the plasticine as shown above. The impact on the plasticine is recorded.
2. The experiment is repeated by putting the weight on a sharp nail and a blunt nail respectively,
while their pointed edges press against the plasticine.
3. The dent formed on the plasticine are compared.
4. Result is recorded in a table.
Tabulation Of Data:

Discussion:
1. Which nail has a smaller surface area in contact with the plasticine?
2. Which nail exert a greater pressure on the plasticine? Why?
3. Based on your experiment, what inference can you make?
4. State the relationship between pressure and surface area .
5. Can your hypothesis be accepted?

Conlusion:
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