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Additional Physics Questions:

1. Construct a distance time graph for a moving body in a straight line when the body is
stationary or moving with constant speed.




2. Construct a velocity timer graph for a body moving with a constant velocity




3. What is the difference between speed…

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12. What is a resultant force?

An object may have several different forces acting on it, which can have different strengths and
directions. But they can be added together to give the resultant force. This is a single force that has
the same effect on the object as…

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22. How do you work out momentum?
Momentum (kgm/s) = Mass (kg) x Velocity (m/s)
23. Momentum has both size and direction. True or false?
True
24. How do you calculate the change of momentum?
Force = Change in momentum / Time taken for that change
Change in…

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34. Memorise the symbols of the components in a circuit.




35. What does a graph for a current ­PD for a resistor at a constant temperature look like?
A) A filament lamp. B) a diode
A filament lamp
36. Compare the differences between a series circuit and a…

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1- The case is made from tough plastic or rubber, because these materials are good
electrical insulators.
2- The three pins are made from brass, which is a good conductor of electricity.
3- There is a fuse between the live terminal and the live pin.
4- The fuse…

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49. What is an isotope?
An isotope is an atom with a different number of neutrons and but the same number of
protons.
50. What is alpha decay and beta decay?
When a nucleus emits an alpha or beta particle it changes into another type of nucleus. We…

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