CIE Physics Paper-2: Specimen Questions with Answers 11 - 17 of 20

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In an experiment to find the density of some oil, a student takes the following readings.

An empty measuring cylinder

An Empty Measuring Cylinder

In figure an empty measuring cylinder is shown.

Mass of empty measuring cylinder = 850 g

A measuring cylinder is filled by oil

A Measuring Cylinder is Filled by Oil

Figure shows a measuring cylinder is filled by some oil.

Mass of cylinder containing 600 cm3 oil = 2050 g

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Calculate the density of the oil.

Explanation

Density of the oil is given as,

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Calculate the mass of oil in the cylinder.

Explanation

Mass of oil is calculated as,

Question number: 13

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Boiling point of the water is ________

Answer

Explanation

1000 C

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Here are two words relating to the transfer of thermal energy. (Conductor and insulator). Complete each of the following sentences by writing in the appropriate word from the lost.

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Wood is a good ________ of electric current.

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Explanation

Insulator

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Copper metal is a good ________ of electric current.

Answer

Explanation

Conductor

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The electric wire is often coated by plastic, because plastic is a good electric ________.

Explanation

Insulator

The electric wire is often coated by plastic, because plastic is good electric insulator and without insulation, the electricity running in a bare cable would leap over into any other electrically conducting material it touched. With enough voltage, a human could be electrocuted. Also electrical signals would disappear and get lost, causing equipment to fail.

Question number: 17

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A radioactive substance has a half-life of 22 years. How much time must pass before its activity falls to of its original value?

Explanation

Half – life of radioactive substance is given as,

Now, for time taken before activity falls to of its original value is calculated as,