K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 2004PP1QN29
A body mass 0.50kg is attached to the end of a string of length 50cm and whirled in a horizontal circle. If the tension in the string is 81N, determine the velocity of the body
K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 2004PP1QN15&16
Figure 10 show two circuits in which identical dry cells and identical bulbs are used. Use the information in the figure to answer questions 15 and 16
Explain why the bulb in Figure 10(10) will be brighter than each of the bulbs in Figure 10 (a)
Give the reason why the cells in figure 10(b) can be used for a longer period than the cells in Figure 10 (a)
K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 2004PP1QN10
State one way of reducing surface tension in water.
K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 2004PP1QN09
State the purpose of Manganese dioxide in a dry cell
K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 2004PP1QN08
Figure 6 (a) shows three spherical balls of the same size placed on insulating stands. Balls A and B are conductors while ball C is non conductor. Ball A was initially charged as shown. The quantity of charge is represented by the number of dashes.
Ball A is made to touch B momentarily and then C. Show on Figure 6(b), the final distribution of charge on the balls.
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