K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 2005PP1QN16
Fig 10 represents a transverse wave of frequency 5 Hz traveling in the x direction
Determine the speed of the wave.
K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 2004PP1QN30
Fig. 15 shows water waves of different wavelengths incidentical apertures A and B.
Complete the diagram to show the pattern of the waves beyond the aperture in each case
K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 2004PP1QN19
State the difference between mechanical and electromagnetic waves.
K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 2003PP2QN04
a) Figure 3 shows a transverse wave traveling along x-axis.
(i) Determine the:
I Wavelength of the wave
II Amplitude of the wave.
(ii) If the time taken by the wave to move from 0 to A is 0.09 seconds, determine the:
I Frequency of the wave.
II Speed of the wave
b) Figure 4 shows a Geiger muller (GM) tub
(i) Give the reason why the mica window is made thin.
(ii) Explain how the radiation entering the tube through the window is detected by the tube.
(iii) What is the purpose of the halogen vapour
K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 2003PP1QN27
Figure 15 shows an experimental arrangement for determining the wavelength of light,
State and explain the difference in the patterns observed on the screen other than the difference in colour when the source of red light is replaced by a source of violet light.
K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 2002PP2QN05
a) Fig 6.1 shows the cross- section of a ripple tank full of water. A piece of cork floats on the surface of the water as shown. Fig 6 II shows the water surface viewed from above. A straight edge vibrator placed at the end A of ripple tank generates water waves, which travel towards end B as shown.
(i) Identify the type of waves generated on the water surface.
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