# Experiments till Hooke's Law

Quiz by Karen Bugeja, updated more than 1 year ago
 Created by Karen Bugeja almost 5 years ago
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### Description

Form 3-Form 5 Physics Quiz on Experiments till Hooke's Law, created by Karen Bugeja on 01/18/2016.

## Resource summary

### Question 1

Question
What is the object marked?
• Regular object
• Irregular object
• Measuring cylinder

### Question 2

Question
What is the object marked?
• regular object
• irregular object
• measuring cylinder

### Question 3

Question
To find the density of an irregular object one has to find the [blank_start]mass[blank_end] and the [blank_start]volume[blank_end] of the irregular object. The mass of the object is found using [blank_start]an electronic balance[blank_end] while the volume of the irregular object is found using a [blank_start]measuring cylinder[blank_end]. To find the volume of the irregular solid, one has to first insert a [blank_start]known volume[blank_end] of water and gently inserting the irregular object without splashing. The new volume is recorded and this is the highest volume. The initial (smallest) volume is [blank_start]subtracted[blank_end] from the final (highest) volume. This will equal the volume of the irregular object alone. The equation [blank_start]density=mass/volume[blank_end] is then used to find the density of the object.
• mass
• length
• density
• mass
• volume
• density
• known volume
• measuring tape
• electronic balance
• measuring cylinder
• measuring cylinder
• stone
• known volume
• irregular object
• an electronic balance
• a measuring cylinder
• a measuring tape
• multiplied
• subtracted
• density=mass x volume
• density=volume/mass
• density=mass/volume

### Question 4

Question
Label the diagram:
• stand and clamp
• spring
• pointer
• ruler

### Question 5

Question
Label the diagram
• stand and clamp
• ruler
• spring
• masses

### Question 6

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The ruler was clamped a small distance behind the spring, making sure that the ruler and spring hang off the desk properly. 3. The distance between the two pointers recorded. This showed the [blank_start]un-extended length[blank_end] of the starting position of the spring. 4. The [blank_start]masses[blank_end] were gradually added and the new readings recorded, the ending position was marked. 5. The [blank_start]extension[blank_end] was found by subtracting the starting position from the ending position. 6. The results were tabulated and the force calculated
• un-extended length
• extension
• new length
• masses
• extension
• weight
• new length
• original length
• extension

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