PHYSICS QUESTIONS

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Question 1. (a) (i) Define simple harmonic motion. (ii) A uniform cylindrical rod floats in a fluid with height x immersed. Show that when the rod is given a small vertical displacement into the liquid and released, the rod executes simple harmonic motion of the period . (b) A platform moves up and down with simple harmonics motion of period T and amplitude

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Senior SixEnd of term 1 ExamsPhysics paper one P510/1Time 2hours Instructions.Answer four questions including at least one but not more than two from each section.Assume where necessary the following physical quantities:Acceleration due to gravity g 9.81ms-2Universal gravitational constant, G 6.67x10-11Nm-2kg-2The molar gas constant, R 8.31JK-1mol-1Avogadros constant 6.03x1023mol-1Electron charge, e 1.6x10-19CFaraday constant, F 96500CRadius of the sun 7.0x108mRadius of the earth 6.4x106mSpeed of light in vacuum, c 3.0x108ms-1One electron volt, 1eV 1.6x10-19JDensity of steel 2.5x103kgm-3Molar heat capacity at constant volume, Cv 5/2R Ratio of principal heat capacities of mono atomic gas,

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