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BENGKEL PENINGKATAN PELAJAR “PHYSICS” SPM 2010. Penceramah: Thong Kum Soon A rolling ball gain kinetic energy, but without frictional force, it won’t change direction. PAPER 3 pa per 3 spm1.pdf. Part A Question no 1. Diagram is given Extract the information from the DIAGRAM

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bengkel peningkatan pelajar physics spm 2010
BENGKEL PENINGKATAN PELAJAR “PHYSICS” SPM 2010
  • Penceramah: Thong Kum Soon

A rolling ball gain kinetic energy, but without frictional force, it won’t change direction.

part a question no 1
Part A Question no 1
  • Diagram is given
  • Extract the information from the DIAGRAM
  • State MV, RV, and CV
  • Draw a table and transfer information
  • Plot a graph
  • State relationship from graph
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V/volts

Graph of voltage versus current

x

x

x

2.0

x

x

1.5

√ title axes, units

1.0

0.5

0 √ 0

I/ A

0

0.2

0.4

0.6

0.8

state relationship
State relationship
  • RV is directly proportional to MV
  • RV is increasing linearly to MV
  • RV is linearly increase to MV
  • RV is decrease linearly to MV
  • (MUST ONLY STATE THESE)
communication

Communication

www.physicsexceljpwpkl.wordpress.com

www.guruthong.wordpress.com

thongks@yahoo.com

03-20782293 (MBS)

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THANK YOU VERY MUCH

ALL THE BEST IN SPM