PAPER 1 PERLIS, KEDAH, MRSM TRIAL SPM 2018
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• Question 1
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The speed of sound in liquid is 1.5 x 106 mms-1. What is the speed in ms-1?

Laju cahaya dalam cecair ialah 1.5 x 106 mms-1. Berapakah laju ini dalam ms-1?

1.5 X 103

1.5 X 104

1.5 X 10-3

1.5 X 10-4

• Question 2
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The power generated by a power station is 45 MW. What is the power in standard form?

Kuasa yang dijanakan oleh sebuah stesen janakuasa ialah 45 MW. Berapakah kuasa ini dalam bentuk piawai?

4.5 X 106

4.5 X 107

45 X 106

45 X 107

• Question 3
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Table 1 shows the reading of internal diameter, d, and the thickness, l, of a cup in Diagram 1 measured by a student.

What is the measuring instrument used by the student?

Vernier calipers

meter rule

measuring tape

micrometer screw gauge

• Question 4
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Which graph shows that V increasing linearly with θ?

Graf manakah yang menunjukkan V bertambah secara linear dengan θ?

• Question 5
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Which statement is true?

Pernyataan manakah yang benar?

The toy car is at rest from P to Q

The toy car moves with uniform velocity from Q to R

The to car moves with uniform acceleration from Q to R

The toy car moves with increasing velocity from R to S

• Question 6
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Diagram 3 shows a simple water rocket. When the rocket is released from its launcher, water jet is expelled from the nozzle with high velocity.

Which statement is true?

Total initial momentum bigger than 0 kg m s-1

Total momentum after launching is equal to total momentum before launching

Total momentum before launching is half of the total momentum after launching

Total momentum after launching is half of the total momentum before launching

• Question 7
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Diagram 4 shows an object of mass 10 kg is pulled by force F1 on an inclined plane with a frictional force F2.

F1 = 120 N

F2 = 50 N

F1 = 100 N

F2 = 50 N

F1 = 60 N

F2 = 50 N

F1 = 50 N

F2 = 50 N

• Question 8
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Diagram 5 shows a leg of a motorcyclist which was injured during illegal racing undergoes a physical treatment in the hospital.

﻿What is total upward force, F exerted on the leg? Ignore the friction force and mass of the pulleys.

15 N

30 N

40 N

56 N

• Question 9
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Diagram 6.1 shows a high jump athlete experiences force F1 in time t1 when he falls on the mattress. Diagram 6.2 shows a golfer hit the golf ball with force F2 in time t2.

Which statement is correct?

t1 = Longer

F1 = Smaller

t2 = Longer

F2 = Bigger

t1 = Shorter

F1 = Bigger

t2 = Shorter

F2 = Bigger

t1 = Longer

F1 = Smaller

t2 = Longer

F2 = Smaller

t1 = Longer

F1 = Bigger

t2 = Shorter

F2 = Bigger

• Question 10
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Diagram 7 shows a shoe of weight, W, is placed on an inclined plane at an angle of θ to the horizontal. The area of the sole of shoe is A. R is the normal reaction and F is the frictional force.

What is the pressure exerted on the inclined plane?

W cos Ɵ

A

W sin Ɵ

A

W

A

F

A

• Question 11
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Diagram 8 shows an aeroplane moving towards an airport with a constant velocity.

What happens to the kinetic energy and gravitational potential energy when the aeroplane moves from H to K?

Kinetic energy = increases

Gravitational Potential Energy = Decreases

Kinetic energy =Decreases

Gravitational Potential Energy = increases

Kinetic energy = Remain unchanged

Gravitational Potential Energy = Decreases

Kinetic energy = Remain unchanged

Gravitational Potential Energy = Remain unchanged

• Question 12
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Diagram 9 shows a U- tube which is filled with two immiscible liquids X and Y with different density.

The pressure at both arms of tube is the same at points?

P and R

P and Q

P and S

Q and S

• Question 13
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Diagram 10 shows three spring arrangements, J, K and L. All springs used are identical.

﻿Which graph shows the correct arrangement of J, K and L?

• Question 14
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Diagram 11 shows a siphon to remove dirty water from an aquarium which is placed on a cupboard.

﻿Which statement does not explain this situation?

Pressure at P same as the pressure at Q

Siphon cannot function if there is a leak between P and Q

Pressure in the rubber tube at R must be equal to the pressure at P to ensure the continuous flowing of water

Siphon is not functioning if end of rubber tube, R is at higher level than the surface of the water in the aquarium

• Question 15
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Diagram 12.1 shows a Cartesian diver with a few holes in it. The diver is placed in a flexible bottle of water. Diagram 12.2 shows when the bottle is squeezed, the diver sinks and when the bottle is released, the diver rises.

﻿The Cartesian diver works based on?

Principle of conservation of momentum / Prinsip Keabadian Momentum

Pascal’s Principle / Prinsip Pascal

Bernoulli’s Principle / Prinsip Bernoulli

Archimedes Principle / Prinsip Archimedes

• Question 16
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Diagram 13 shows a metal rod of uniform cross-sectional area is hung on a spring balance. It is immersed in a beaker of water. Then, the metal rod is raised up by a constant velocity.

﻿Which of the graph shows the changes of the reading on the spring balance?

• Question 17
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Diagram 14 shows the umbrella being flipped up by a strong wind.

Which statement is correct?

Speed of air is lower above the umbrella

More air is trapped below the umbrella

Pressure above the umbrella is lower than under the umbrella

Buoyant force increases as the air move faster above the umbrella

• Question 18
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Diagram 16 shows three blocks P, Q and R, with the same mass. The same quantity of heat energy is applied to the blocks.

The temperature rises in block R higher than P, but less than Q.

Which block has the lowest specific heat capacity?

P

Q

R

• Question 19
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Diagram 19 shows a coin and its image formed in a beaker filled with water. The refractive index of water is 1.33.

Which combination is correct?

Real Depth = 6.8

Apparent Depth = 5.0

Real Depth = 7.6

Apparent Depth = 5.4

Real Depth = 8.8

Apparent Depth = 6.6

Real Depth = 9.2

Apparent Depth = 7.1

• Question 20
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Diagram 20 shows a light ray MN directed to a transparent semicircular block. The critical angle of the transparent block is 41°. Which direction does the ray move from point O?

A

B

C

D

• Question 21
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Which of the following statements about the study of physics is most appropriate?

A branch of study involving physical objects

The study of the interaction between matter and energy

The study of technological inventions

The study of forces and movement

• Question 22
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A car travels at a velocity of 84.6 km h-1. What is its velocity in m s-1?

11.8

23.5

84.7

304.8

• Question 23
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Which situation shows forces are in equilibrium?

A car speeding up on a highway

A boat moving with uniform velocity

An aeroplane take-off on a runway

A cyclist slowing down his bicycle

• Question 24
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The diagram shows the scale of a micrometer screw gauge.

What is the reading of the micrometer?

7.02 mm

7.03 mm

7.52 mm

7.58 mm

• Question 25
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Diagram below shows a metal sphere oscillating on a frictionless track.

Which of the following statements is true based on diagram 2?

The kinetic energy of the metal sphere is minimum at R

The potential energy of the metal sphere is maximum at P

The principle of conservation of energy is not obeyed

The total energy of the metal sphere at S is higher than that at R

• Question 26
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Diagram below shows a velocity-time graph for a motion of an object.

What is the total distance, in m, travelled by the object in 8 s?

18

24

32

64

• Question 27
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Diagram 4 shows two identical balls, P and Q, moving towards each other with a velocity of v and 2v respectively.

The collision between the two balls is an elastic collision.

Which statement is correct about the elastic collision?

The momentum of ball P before the collision is equal to the momentum of ball Q before the collision

The total momentum before the collision is equal to the total momentum after the collision

The kinetic energy of ball P before the collision is equal to the kinetic energy of ball Q before the collision

The total kinetic energy before the collision is not equal to the total kinetic energy after the collision

• Question 28
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Diagram 5 shows a car with a mass of 1 000 kg moving with an acceleration of 2 ms-2. There is a frictional force of 900 N acting on the car.

What is the force exerted by the engine of the car in Diagram 5?

900 N

1100 N

2000 N

2900 N

• Question 29
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Diagram 6 shows a box with a mass of 55 kg being dropped from a helicopter.

At the moment before touching the ground, the velocity of the box is 12 m s-1.

The box stops 2 seconds after touching the ground.

What is the magnitude of the impulse force acted on the box?

660 N

330 N

120 N

110 N

• Question 30
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Diagram 8 shows a man standing on one leg. His weight is 720 N and the surface area of his shoe is 0.02 m2.

What is the pressure exerted by the man?

14.4 Pa

28.8 Pa

18 000 Pa

36 000 Pa

• Question 31
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Which diagram shows the correct direction of the pressure that acts on the point X in a liquid?

• Question 32
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Diagram 9 shows a simple Barometer.

What happen to the height of the mercury, h, in glass tube when mercury is added to the container?

The height of the mercury in the glass tube increases and then decreases

The height of the mercury in the glass tube remains the same.

The height of the mercury in the glass tube decrease.

The height of the mercury in the glass tube increase.

• Question 33
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Diagram 10 shows water flowing into a venturi tube.

At which point is the velocity of water is highest?

A

B

C

• Question 34
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Diagram 11 shows identical blocks of wood floating in three different liquid, X, Y and Z.

Which statement about the upthrust is true?

Upthrust in Z = 0

Upthrust in X > Upthrust in Y > Upthrust in Z

Upthrust in Z > Upthrust in Y > Upthrust in X

Upthrust in X = Upthrust in Y = Upthrust in Z

• Question 35
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Which instrument used to measure potential difference?

• Question 36
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Diagram 2 shows a track of Kuala Lumpur Fun Run 2018. All runners start at M and end at P.

What is the displacement of the runners?

8.0 km

10.0 km

14.0 km

18.0 km

• Question 37
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Diagram 4.1 shows a coin on the top of a loop.

Diagram 4.2 shows the same loop is knocked by a pencil and the coin drops into a jar.

Which physics concept is involved in the situation?

Inertia

Energy

Momentum

Forces in equilibrium

• Question 38
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Diagram 6.1 shows Fazli driving a car.

Diagram 6.2 shows an airbag inflate rapidly during a collision.

The airbag is designed to

reduce momentum

increase impulsive force

lengthen the collision time

prevent the driver being lurched forward

• Question 39
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Which situation experience forces in equilibrium?

A car moving down a hill with increasing velocity

A durian falls from a tree

A rocket accelerates upward

A ship floating at sea

• Question 40
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Diagram 9 shows a tractor on muddy ground.

To do work faster

To decrease the density of tyres

To reduce pressure on the ground

To produce a strong grip on the ground

• Question 41
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Diagram 10.1 shows two points W and X in water.

Diagram 10.2 shows two points Y and Z in cooking oil.

Which comparison is correct about the liquid pressure, P?