EAGLE WINGS EDUCATION SERVICES
FORM ONE PHYSICS PAPER
SECTION A [ 30 marks ]
Answer all questions in this section.
1. For each of the items (i) – (vi) choose the correct answer among the given alternatives and write its letter beside the item number. (2 marks each)
(i) Physics as a science deals with
A the behaviour of living things. B historical developments. C the inner composition of matter.
D matter in relation to energy. E business activities.
(ii) All of the following are applications of Physics except
A x-ray machine in hospitals. B curing an infection with antibiotic medication.
C electric cookers for home. D electric lightbulb. E radio and television.
(iii) Which of the following is not true about the SI
A SI is the abbreviation of “System International d’Unites.”
B SI means “International System of Units.” C the SI unit for length is Metre.
D the SI unit for mass is Pounds.
E there are seven (7) basic physical quantities in the SI.
(iv) Vs = V1 – V2 is the formula of finding volume of object which is?
A Irregular B Normally C Density D Regular E Measurement
(v) Which of the following statements about mass and weight is true
A mass and weight are the same. B weight is measured in Kilograms (kg).
C mass is the amount of matter present in an object.
D an object has the same weight on earth and on the moon.
E the mass of an object depends on the force of gravity.
(vi) Which of the following is not true for the beam balance.
A the beam balance measures the weight of an object.
B in a beam balance, the cup containing more mass goes down.
C with a beam balance, you compare an unknown mass with known standard masses.
D the mass of the object to be measured is the sum of the standard masses used
when the beam balance is in balance (both cups are in the same position).
E a beam balance would give correct results on the moon also.
SECTION B [ 20 Marks ]
2. Match the items in list A with the responses in list B by writing the letter of the correct
response beside the item number. [ 2 marks each ]
LIST A LIST B
i. Temperature A. Ampere [A]
ii. Luminous intensity B. Kilogram [kg]
iii. Force C. Vernier callipers
iv. Electric current D. 1 dm3
v. Length E. Zinc [Zn]
vi. Time F. Metre [m]
vii. Mass G. Candela [Cd]
viii. Amount of substances H. 0.01 m
ix. 1 centimetre (cm) I. Cubic metre [m3]
x. 1 litre J. Second [s]
SECTION C (50 marks)
Answer all questions in this section
3. Draw a well labeled diagram of a micrometer screw gauge. [10 Marks ]
4. Find the area and volume of the figure below. [ 10 Marks ]
5. Find the area and volume of the figure below. [ 10 Marks ]
6. An irregular object is found to have 65 cm3 when completely immersed into water of volume 100 cm3 . Find the volume of water that raised
after the solid being immersed completely in the water. [ 20 Marks ]
DO WHAT IT REQUIRES FOR YOU TO BE THE BEST AND YOU WILL BE
BY BROTHER JUMA SOSPETER