Mock O Level Pure Physics Paper 1


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21 thoughts on “Mock O Level Pure Physics Paper 1”

  1. can you send me all the notes formulas and tips in physics every topic send it to my email.I really need to prepare so can u send all the notes that are related to grade 10 o level physic topics

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  2. To Maryam

    A car travels at the speed of 35km/60mins
    35:60
    X:45

    45 = 0.75
    60
    0.75×35=26.25
    Forty five is over sixty because the expected distance is less

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  3. 3. A ball is thrown vertically upwards at an initial speed of $23 \, \text{m s}^{-1}$ . How long does it take for the ball to reach the ground again? $\left( g = 10 \, \text{m s}^{-2} \right)$
    A) 2.3 seconds
    B) 4.6 seconds [correct]
    C) 6.4 seconds
    D) 3.2 seconds

    13. The average speed of a car is $35 \text{ km h}^{-1}$. How far can it travel in 45 minutes?
    A) 26.25 km [correct]
    B) 467 km
    C) 129 km
    D) 0.78 km

    36. The air pressure at sea level is 101,325 Pa. At the centre of a rarefaction of a sound wave in air, the pressure is 91,000 Pa. Which is the most likely pressure at the centre of a compression of the same wave?
    A) 91,000 Pa
    B) 121,000 Pa
    C) 111,000 Pa [correct]
    D) 101,000 Pa

    Can someone please help me understand why these answers are correct?

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    • the law states that “current flowing through a conductor is directly proportional to voltage maintained at the ends of a conductor provided that the physical state of the conductor remains the same”here; change in physical state means change in temperature. your welcome………..

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