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1 Centre Number 71 Candidate Number ADVANCED SUBSIDIARY (AS) General Certificate of Education January 2014 Physics Assessment Unit AS 1 assessing Module 1: Forces, Energy and Electricity AY111 [AY111] WEDNESDAY 15 JANUARY, MORNING TIME 1 hour 30 minutes. INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES Write your Centre Number and Candidate Number in the spaces provided at the top of this page. Answer all eleven questions. Write your answers in the spaces provided in this question paper. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES The total mark for this paper is 75. Quality of written communication will be assessed in Question 10. Figures in brackets printed down the right-hand side of pages indicate the marks awarded to each question. Your attention is drawn to the Data and Formulae Sheet which is inside this question paper. You may use an electronic calculator R For Examiner s use only Question Number Total

2 1 (a) Complete Table 1.1 to show six of the fundamental quantities and their SI base units. Table 1.1 Quantity mass SI base unit kilogram metre time current kelvin mole (b) The joule is an SI derived unit. Express the joule in SI base units. Base units R 2

3 (c) Two forces of 3.0 N and 7.0 N act on a body M. The forces are at right angles to each other as shown in Fig. 1.1 (not to scale). M 7.0 N horizontal 3.0 N Fig. 1.1 On Fig. 1.1 sketch the resultant of the two forces. By calculation or by the use of a scale drawing, determine the magnitude and direction, to the horizontal, of the resultant force on the body M. Magnitude 5 N Direction 5 to the horizontal R 3 [Turn over

4 2 (a) One method to determine the acceleration of free fall, g, in the laboratory uses an accurate timer and a small sphere. (i) Name any other apparatus needed to determine g. [1] (ii) Outline the method and state the measurements required to measure g accurately. (iii) Explain how these measurements may be used to find the value of g. (b) A parachutist jumps from an aeroplane and free falls before deploying his parachute. Fig. 2.1 illustrates how his downward velocity varies with time during free fall. velocity 0 0 time Fig. 2.1 Describe and explain the motion experienced by the parachutist during free fall R 4

5 3 When a golf ball is struck it follows a parabolic path. On one shot, the ball leaves the golf club at an angle of 49 to the horizontal and a speed of 34 m s 21. Assume that the influence of air resistance and ball spin is negligible. (a) Calculate the time taken by the ball to reach its maximum height. Time taken 5 s [3] (b) Calculate the horizontal distance between the point where the ball was struck and where it hits the ground. Assume the ground to be level. Distance 5 m [3] R 5 [Turn over

6 4 (a) State Newton s Second Law of Motion. (b) A driver reacts to a hazard when at a speed of 18 m s 21 (about 40 miles per hour). His reaction time is such that he travels 12 m before the brakes are applied. Under ideal conditions the car then travels a further 24 m before coming to rest. (i) Calculate the average braking force exerted while the car travels the 24 m before coming to rest if the car and passengers have a total mass of 880 kg. Braking force 5 N [3] (ii) Under wet conditions the braking force is reduced by 40%. Find the total stopping distance, in the wet, from when the hazard is seen. Stopping distance 5 m [3] R 6

7 5 When a house is extended a steel beam may be inserted between two adjacent walls. The beam is used to support two upstairs walls as shown in Fig The upstairs walls exert loads of 2000 N and 800 N. The weight of the uniform steel beam is 8000 N and its length is 6.0 m N 800 N 1.0 m 1.5 m 0.5 m upstairs walls 0.5 m P Q walls steel beam Fig. 5.1 (i) Calculate the total upward force provided by the two walls. Total force 5 N [1] (ii) Calculate the magnitude of each of the upward forces, P and Q as shown in Fig. 5.1, exerted on the steel beam. P 5 N Q 5 N [3] R 7 [Turn over

8 6 (a) State the Principle of Conservation of Energy. [1] (b) An aircraft of mass kg approaches an airport at an altitude of 8000 m with a velocity of 140 m s 21. During the descent the velocity is reduced to 80 m s 21 and the altitude to 700 m. Depending on conditions this will take 15 minutes. (i) Calculate the loss in kinetic energy during this descent (you may assume that the mass change due to fuel usage is negligible). Loss in kinetic energy 5 MJ (ii) Calculate the loss in potential energy during this descent. Loss in potential energy 5 MJ (iii) The total energy loss is dissipated as heat and sound. Calculate the energy dissipated per second, in kw, into the atmosphere during this descent. Energy dissipated per second 5 kw R 8

9 7 (a) State Hooke s Law. (b) A student performs an experiment to investigate the extension of a thin metal wire and to find the Young modulus of the wire. She plots a graph of the applied force and the extension produced. The graph is shown in Fig Force/N Extension/mm Fig. 7.1 (i) On the graph identify the limit of proportionality as a point labelled A, and the elastic limit as a point labelled B. (ii) The wire has diameter 0.23 mm and its unstretched length is 2.0 m. Determine the Young modulus of the material from which the wire is made. Young modulus 5 Pa [3] R 9 [Turn over

10 8 (a) Define the electromotive force (e.m.f.) of a battery. (b) A car battery has internal resistance 27.0 mω and e.m.f V. When the headlights and sidelights of the car are switched on the current drawn from the battery is 11.2 A. (i) Calculate the charge which flows round the circuit in 42 minutes. Charge 5 C (ii) Find the terminal potential difference across the battery when these lights are turned on. Express your answer to three significant figures. Potential difference 5 V (iii) Calculate the power delivered to the lights under these conditions. Power 5 W R 10

11 (iv) The sidelights together use a total of 28 W. Calculate the power of each of the two headlights. Power 5 W [1] R 11 [Turn over

12 9 A student is provided with a reel of resistance wire and is asked to determine the resistivity of the material of the wire. (a) Outline the procedures the student should implement to obtain reliable data from which the value for the resistivity of the material can be obtained. [3] (b) The student has access to apparatus found generally in school physics laboratories. Identify the measurement that contributes the greatest uncertainty in the value for resistivity. Explain your choice R 12

13 Where appropriate in this question you should answer in continuous prose. You will be assessed on the quality of your written communication. 10 (a) A thermistor is made from a semiconducting material which has a negative temperature coefficient. Sketch a graph to show the variation with temperature of the resistance of a negative temperature coefficient (ntc) thermistor. resistance temperature [1] (b) Explain why there is a change in resistance of the filament of a light bulb as its temperature increases. (c) Some electronic components exhibit a lower resistance when initially turned on. To protect them an ntc thermistor may be placed in series with the component. Explain how a thermistor can protect the component when the circuit is switched on. Quality of written communication R 13 [Turn over

14 11 (a) In the circuit shown in Fig a four cell battery is connected to a 16.4 Ω resistance through a switch, s. Table 11.1 provides the meter readings with the switch open and closed. Table 11.1 s V 1 s V 1 V 2 open 6.52 V 0.00 V closed 5.33 V 5.33 V 16.4 Ω V 2 Fig (i) Determine the average internal resistance of a cell. Average internal resistance 5 Ω [4] (ii) If this circuit was set up in reality, it is unlikely that the voltmeters would read exactly the same value with the switch closed. Which reading would be higher and why? [1] R 14

15 (b) A potential divider is used to reduce an 18 V supply to 5 V for an electronic circuit. Two resistors, R 1 and R 2, are needed. Fig shows the arrangement so that the 5 V is developed across the resistor R 2. R 1 18 V R 2 5 V Fig (i) Resistor R 2 has resistance 120 Ω. Calculate the resistance of resistor R 1. R 1 5 Ω [1] (ii) The electronic circuit provides a load of 480 Ω in parallel with the resistor R Find the combined resistance of this load and R 2. Combined resistance 5 Ω [1] 2. Hence find the actual voltage across the load. Voltage 5 V R 15

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17 GCE (AS) Physics Data and Formulae Sheet Values of constants speed of light in a vacuum c m s 1 elementary charge the Planck constant mass of electron mass of proton e C h J s m e kg m p kg acceleration of free fall on the Earth s surface g 9.81 m s 2 electron volt 1 ev J Useful formulae The following equations may be useful in answering some of the questions in the examination: Mechanics Conservation of energy 1 2 mv mu 2 Fs for a constant force Hooke s Law F kx (spring constant k) Sound Waves Light Sound intensity level/db Two-source interference Lens formula Magnification 10 lg 10 λ ay d u v f m v u Electricity Terminal potential difference V E Ir (e.m.f. E; Internal Resistance r) Potential divider RV 1 in V out R+R 1 2 Particles and photons de Broglie equation λ h p AY111INS

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