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Eleventh Grade (Grade 11) Physics Questions

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Grade 11 Forces and Motion
If a net force diagram is drawn, such as shown, wherein the [math]F_"norm"" at A "=-(F_g)" at C"[/math], what do you know about the object?
Free Body Diagrams 4
  1. The object is accelerating in the direction of the [math]F_"app"" at B"[/math] because there is no opposing force to B, and [math]F_"app"" at "B>0N[/math].
  2. The object is accelerating in the opposite direction of [math]F_"app"" at B"[/math] because forces act in equal but opposite pairs.
  3. The object is not moving because the [math]F_"net"=F_"norm"+F_g=0N[/math].
  4. The object is accelerating in the direction of the [math]F_"app"" at B"[/math] because the opposing [math]F_"fric"[/math] must be negligible, and [math]F_"app"" at "B>0N[/math].
Grade 11 Forces and Motion
Given a force diagram like the one shown, if the object is not moving, what do you know about the forces at A and B?
Free Body Diagrams 1
  1. [math]F_"norm"[/math] is less than [math]F_g[/math] because the object stays down on the surface.
  2. [math]F_g[/math] is always greater than [math]F_"norm"[/math] when an object is not moving.
  3. [math]F_"norm"=F_g[/math] when an object is not moving.
  4. [math]F_"norm"=-(F_g)[/math] making the [math]F_"net"=0[/math] when an object is not moving.
Grade 11 Motion in Two- and Three-Dimensions
Grade 11 Light and Optics
When light rays pass through a convex lens, as in the image shown, what happens to the rays and the perceived image of the object?
Optics - Convex Lens
  1. The light rays diverge, magnifying the perceived image.
  2. The light rays converge, magnifying the perceived image.
  3. The light rays diverge, reducing the perceived image.
  4. The light rays converge, reducing the perceived image.
Grade 11 Heat Transfer
Grade 11 Magnetism and Electricity
The diagram shows a bar magnet with magnetic lines going from north pole to south pole outside the magnet. What is the direction of magnetic lines inside the magnet?
Magnetic Lines Of Forces
  1. south pole to north pole
  2. north pole to south pole
  3. there are no lines inside the magnet
  4. it is impossible to know
Grade 11 Motion in Two- and Three-Dimensions

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In the diagram shown, what force is required to keep an object of mass [math]m[/math] from slipping off the disk?
Circular Motion
  1. [math]mg[/math]
  2. [math](mv^2)/r[/math]
  3. [math](mv^2)/(2g)[/math]
  4. [math](2pimg)/v^2[/math]
Grade 11 Forces and Motion
A mass is connected to an ideal spring, as shown. As the amplitude [math]X[/math] increases, the period of the simple harmonic motion
Harmonic Motion #5
  1. increases.
  2. decreases.
  3. some times increases and some time decreases, depending on the friction between the mass and the table.
  4. stays the same.
Grade 11 Magnetism and Electricity
If you want to increase the current in a circuit, and you have two 9V batteries, you should
  1. connect the batteries in series because it will increase the voltage to 18V
  2. connect the batteries in parallel because it will decrease the voltage but provide more amperes
  3. connect the batteries in series because it will decrease the voltage but provide more amperes
  4. connect the batteries in parallel because it will increase the voltage to 18V
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