IGCSE Physics Mock Exam

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Quiz on IGCSE Physics Mock Exam, created by julia.s.mulroone on 03/21/2015.

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Question 1

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What is the equation linking force, acceleration and mass?
Answer
  • mass = acceleration + force
  • force = mass ÷ acceleration
  • force = mass x acceleration
  • acceleration = force x mass^2

Question 2

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Boyle's Law states that pressure and volume are directly proportional.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 3

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Which of the following are scalar quantities?
Answer
  • Speed
  • Displacement
  • Force
  • Energy
  • Time
  • Velocity

Question 4

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Pressure = force ÷ area
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 5

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Which is the best definition for density?
Answer
  • How heavy a material is.
  • The amount of matter present per unit area.
  • How closely packed the particles of a material are.
  • The amount of matter present per unit volume.

Question 6

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What does the Gay-Lussac Law state?
Answer
  • Pressure and temperature in gases are directly and positively related.
  • Pressure and volume in gases are directly and positively related.
  • Pressure and temperature in gases are inversely related.
  • Pressure and volume in gases are negatively related.

Question 7

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Which electrical component does this symbol represent?
Answer
  • Variable resistor
  • Diode
  • Thermistor
  • LDR

Question 8

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In a parallel circuit, adding resistors decreases the total resistance of the circuit.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 9

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What does the area beneath the line on a velocity-time graph represent?
Answer
  • Velocity
  • Distance
  • Direction
  • Nothing

Question 10

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What is the difference between vectors and scalars?
Answer
  • Vectors have magnitude and direction, scalars only have magnitude.
  • Scalars have magnitude and direction, vectors only have magnitude.
  • Vectors have magnitude and direction, scalars only have direction.
  • There is no difference.
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