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PHYSICS STANDARD LEVEL PAPER 1 Friday 10 November 2000 (afternoon) 45 minutes N00/430/S(1) INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE BACCALAUR&AT INTERNATIONAL BACHILLERATO INTERNACIONAL 880-235 16 pages INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES ! Do not open this examination paper until instructed to do so. ! Answer all the questions. ! For each question, choose the answer you consider to be the best and indicate your choice on the answer sheet provided.
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1. The frequency of oscillation f of a mass m suspended from a vertical spring is given by 1 2 k f m π = where k is the spring constant. Which one of the following plots would produce a straight-line graph? A. f against m B. 2 1 against f m C. against fm D. against m 1 f 2. The power P dissipated in a resistor of resistance R in which there is a current I is given by 2 PIR = The uncertainty in the value of resistance of a particular resistor is ! 10% and the uncertainty in the value of the current in the resistor is ! 3%. The best estimate for the uncertainty of the power dissipated is A. ! 6%. B. ! 9%. C. ! 16%. D. ± 19%. 3. When a car is moving at a speed v in a straight line the total force opposing its motion is F . The product Fv is a measure of the A. power developed by the car. B. rate of change of momentum of the car. C. work done by the car against the frictional forces. D. rate of change of kinetic energy of the car. & 2 & N00/430/S(1) 880-235
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4. The diagram shows a glider travelling on a friction-free linear air track. a pump air holes vehicle opaque card air from buffer buffer air track Which one of the following graphs best represents the variation of velocity with time as the glider bounces back and forth between the elastic buffers? velocity velocity velocity velocity time time time time Graph B Graph A Graph D Graph C & 3 & N00/430/S(1) 880-235 Turn over
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5. The diagrams show the direction and speed u of a ball before it strikes a vertical wall and its direction and speed v after striking the wall. wall before u wall after v The ball is in contact with the wall for a time t. The magnitude of the average force F exerted on the ball by the wall is given by A. . mu mv F t = B. . () Fm u m v t =− C. . mu mv F t + = D. . u m v t =+∆ 6. A particle moves in a circular path of radius r . The magnitude of the force acting on the particle is F . The work done by the force in one complete orbit of the particle is A. 2 π . Fr B. . 2 π F C. . 2 π F D. zero. & 4 & N00/430/S(1) 880-235
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7. A block of mass M is pushed along a horizontal, frictionless surface by a force of magnitude F . The force makes an angle θ with the horizontal.
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course CHEM 102 taught by Professor Tina during the Spring '11 term at Global.

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