Finding the unknown
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There are many reasons for identifying microorganisms. The reason ranges from knowing the causative agent of a disease, so as to know how it can be treated. This is done by applying all of the following method that has been le

Year 5
Raffles Institution
2014
Physics Remedial Solutions: Kinematics
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS:
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STRUCTURED QUESTIONS:
7 (a)
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Along OA, the ball released at time t = 0, moves down the slope with a constant
acceleration before i

MahmitutithZMathemniu 20l5 Ym6
5 JJC/2014IH2/Prelim/II9
The metion f is dened by
A for x<2,
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f(x)=
2(4-x) for x>2.
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The graph of y= x) passes through the origin and has an axial intercept at (4. 0).
The lines x = 2 and y = 2 are asymptotes to the

1. A particle moves from x1 = 30 cm to x2 = 40 cm. The displacement of this particle is
A. 30 cm
B. 40 cm
C. 70 cm
D. 70 cm
E. 40 cm
2. The displacement of an object for a round trip between two locations
A. is always greater than zero.
B. is always less