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PHYSICS STANDARD LEVEL PAPER 1 Thursday 17 November 2005 (afternoon)
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
• Do not open this examination paper until instructed to do so. • Answer all the questions. • For each question, choose the answer you consider to be the best and indicate your choice on the
answer sheet provided.
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The mass of an atom of the isotope strontium-92 (92Sr) is of the order of A. B. C. D. 10–23 kg. 10–25 kg. 10–27 kg. 10–29 kg.
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Which one of the following is a fundamental unit in the SI system? A. B. C. D. Ampere Volt Ohm Tesla
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Which one of the following measurements is stated correctly to two*…show more content…*

F L D. F L P P 8805-6504 –7– 9. N05/4/PHYSI/SPM/ENG/TZ0/XX+ If the resultant external force acting on a particle is zero, the particle A. B. C. D. must have constant speed. must be at rest. must have constant velocity. must have zero momentum. 10. The inertial mass of a body may be defined as A. B. C. D. the ratio of the resultant force acting on the body to its acceleration. the ratio of the weight of the body to its acceleration. the amount of matter in the body. the ratio of the gravitational mass of the body to its weight. 11. The velocity of a body of mass m changes by an amount ∆v in a time ∆t. The impulse given to the body is equal to A. B. C. D. m∆t . ∆v . ∆t m ∆v . ∆t m∆v . 8805-6504 Turn over –8– 12. N05/4/PHYSI/SPM/ENG/TZ0/XX+ A ball is held at rest at point X and is then released. It drops on to a flat horizontal surface and rebounds to a maximum height at point Y. point X point Y before after Which one of the following graphs best shows the variation with time t of the momentum p of the ball as it moves between point X and point Y? A. p B.

F L D. F L P P 8805-6504 –7– 9. N05/4/PHYSI/SPM/ENG/TZ0/XX+ If the resultant external force acting on a particle is zero, the particle A. B. C. D. must have constant speed. must be at rest. must have constant velocity. must have zero momentum. 10. The inertial mass of a body may be defined as A. B. C. D. the ratio of the resultant force acting on the body to its acceleration. the ratio of the weight of the body to its acceleration. the amount of matter in the body. the ratio of the gravitational mass of the body to its weight. 11. The velocity of a body of mass m changes by an amount ∆v in a time ∆t. The impulse given to the body is equal to A. B. C. D. m∆t . ∆v . ∆t m ∆v . ∆t m∆v . 8805-6504 Turn over –8– 12. N05/4/PHYSI/SPM/ENG/TZ0/XX+ A ball is held at rest at point X and is then released. It drops on to a flat horizontal surface and rebounds to a maximum height at point Y. point X point Y before after Which one of the following graphs best shows the variation with time t of the momentum p of the ball as it moves between point X and point Y? A. p B.

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