# IB2 Drill 1-1 to 1-45

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```					Drill # (1 - 1) - BCR – Submit for grading
1. Look through the textbook chapters you have covered so far in the course.
Write a well structured paragraph about one of the topics you had problems
understanding last year. Include suggestions for re-teaching / re-learning that
you think might be effective.
Course:       Physics        Date:    5/22/2011
Lesson Plan # 1 – 1    Unit: Waves
Topic: Diffraction
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- explain topics from last year’s syllabus
- design a lab to measure index of refraction
Drill # (1 - 2) - SR
1.   The mass of an electron is 9.1x10–31 kg and that of a proton is 1.7x10–27 kg.
Which one of the following is the difference in the order of magnitude of the
masses of the electron and the proton?
A. 10.8       B. 7.4         C. 5.4        D. 3
2.   Sub-multiples of units may be expressed using a prefix. Which one of the
following lists the prefixes in decreasing order of magnitude?

3. An object has an acceleration of 2.0 ms-2. Which of the following gives the
change in the speed of the object after 7.00 s to the correct number of
significant digits?
A. 14 ms-1 B. 14.0 ms-1 C. 14.00 ms-1 D. 14.000 ms-1
Course: Physics Date: 5/22/2011 Lesson Plan # 1 - 2
Unit: WAVES           Topic: Refraction
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- design a lab to measure index of refraction
Drill # (1 - 3) - Selected Response
1. A ball is thrown vertically upwards from the ground. The graph shows the variation with time t of the vertical
displacement d of the ball. Which one of the following gives the final displacement after time T and the average speed
between time t = 0 and time t = T?

2. The diagram below shows two vectors, x and y.

Which of the vectors below best represents the vector c that would satisfy the relation c x y?

Course: Physics Date: May 22, 2011 Lesson Plan # 1 - 3
Unit: OSCILLATIONS & WAVES Topic: Refraction
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- calculate indices of refraction from experimental measurements
Drill # (1 - 4) - SR
1. A particle is moving in a circular path of radius r. The time taken for one
complete revolution is T. The acceleration a of the particle is given by the
expression a = 42r / T2. Which of the following graphs would produce a
straight-line
A. a against T B. a against T 2 C. a against 1 / T D. a against 1 /T 2
2. Points P and Q are at distances R and 2R respectively from the centre X
of a disc, as shown below. The disc is rotating about an axis through X,
normal to the plane of the disc. Point P has linear speed v and centripetal
acceleration a. Which one of the following is correct for point Q?

DUE TODAY: Lab 1
HOMEWORK: Return Course Outline by TUES Sept. 2
Course: Physics Date: 5/22/11 Lesson Plan # 1 – 4
Unit: MOTION AND FORCES Topic: Metric Measurement
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- Estimate metric quantities
- Make scientific notation conversions
NO DRILL
Drill #    (1 - 6) – Paper 1
1. A rocket engine ejects gas from its tail. The rocket accelerates forwards because
A. the momentum of the gas is equal but opposite in direction to the momentum of the
rocket.
B. the gas pushes on the air at the back of the rocket.
C. the change in momentum of the gas gives rise to a force on the rocket.
D. the ejected gas creates a region of high pressure behind the
rocket.
2. Four cars W, X, Y and Z are on a straight road. The graph at
the right shows the variation with time t of the distance s of each
car from a fixed point. Which car has the greatest speed?
A. W              B. X             C. Y             D. Z
3. A small boat in still water is given an initial horizontal push to
get it moving. The boat gradually slows down. Which of the following statements is true
for the forces acting on the boat as it slows down?
A. There is a forward force that diminishes with time.
B. There is a backward force that diminishes with time.
C. There is a forward force and a backward force both of which diminish with time.
D. There is a forward force and a backward force that are equal and opposite.
HOMEWORK:
Date: 5/22/11 Lesson Plan # 1 - 6
Lesson Plan # 1 – 6    Unit: ELECTRICITY
Topic: Graphing Relationships
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- Estimate metric quantities
- Make scientific notation conversions
NO DRILL
Drill # (1 - 8) - Multiple choice
1. Which one of the following is the condition necessary for an object to be in
translational equilibrium?
A. The lines of action of all the forces acting on the object must pass through
a single point.
B. Every force must be balanced by another force that is equal in magnitude
but opposite in direction.
C. The resultant of all the forces acting on the object in any direction must be
zero.
D. The total upward force on the object must be equal to the total downward
force
2. The velocity of a particle is changing. The rate of change of the momentum
of the particle is equal to the
A. acceleration of the particle. B. net force acting on the particle.
C. work done on the particle.        D. change in kinetic energy of the particle
3. An object of mass m is initially at rest. An impulse I acts on the object. The
change in kinetic energy of the object is
A. I2 / 2m       B. I 2/ m      C. I 2m.      D. 2I 2m.
HOMEWORK: HW 2 due Sept. 9 (Paper 2 May 03)
Date: 9/3/2005         Lesson Plan # 1 - 7
Unit: Electricity Topic: Update Portfolios
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- conduct a lab to measure the period of a pendulum
NO DRILL
Drill # (1 - 11) - Selected Response
1. A block of mass m is pulled along a
horizontal, frictionless surface by a force
of magnitude F. The force makes an
angle θ with the vertical. The magnitude of the acceleration of the block
in the horizontal direction produced by the force F is
A. F / m        B. F sinθ / m      C. F cosθ / m    D. F tanθ / m
2. A box of mass m is moved horizontally against a constant frictional force
f through a distance s at constant speed v. The work done on the box is
A. 0.           B. mgs.            C. mv2/2.        D. fs.
3. An electric motor, with an input power of 250 W, produces 200 W of
mechanical power. The efficiency of the motor is
A. 20 %.        B. 25 %.           C. 55 %.         D. 80 %.

Course: Physics Date: 5/22/2011       Lesson Plan # 1 - 11
Unit: ELECTRICITY Topic: Current
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- explain how electrical current is generated
Drill # (1 - 12) - Selected Response
1. The graph below shows the variation with time t of the displacement s of
a car. In which time interval is the speed zero?

2. A body of mass m and speed v has kinetic energy EK. A second body of
mass m / 2 moves at speed 2v. The kinetic energy of this second body is
A. EK / 2          B. EK             C. 2EK              D. 4EK
3. The Kelvin temperature of an ideal gas is a measure of the
A. average speed of molecules. B. average momentum of molecules.
C. average kinetic energy of molecules.
D. average potential energy of molecules.

DUE TODAY:         HW 2
HOMEWORK: Lab 17 due Fri, Sept. 12
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Date: 5/22/11 Lesson Plan # 1 - 12
Unit: MOTION AND FORCES Topic: Distance, speed & time
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- calculate average speed from d and t data
Drill # (1 - 13) – Selected Response
1. The specific latent heat of vaporization of a substance is defined as the
amount of thermal energy required to
A. change a liquid to vapor at constant pressure.
B. change a liquid to vapor at constant temperature.
C. change unit mass of liquid to vapor at constant pressure.
D. change unit mass of liquid to vapor at constant temperature.
2. The nuclear notation for lithium-7 is       . Which one of the following is
the mass of 1 mol of lithium-7?
A. 10 g              B. 7 g              C. 4 g             D. 3 g
3. A lump of metal is initially at a temperature of 100C. The metal is
heated so that its temperature rises by θ degrees, as measured on the
Celsius scale. The rise in temperature, as measured on the Kelvin scale is
A. θ 273.          B. θ.               C. θ 273.        D. θ 373.
Date: 5/22/2011 Lesson Plan # 1 - 14
Unit: ELECTRICITY                Topic: Circuits
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- construct a lab report based on resistance lab
Drill #       (1 - 14) - Multiple choice
1. A large mass M of ice of specific latent heat L is at its melting point
(0C). A small mass m of water at θ C is poured on to the block of
ice. The specific heat capacity of water is S. Which one of the
following is a correct expression for the mass of ice melted?
A. mL / Sθ B. mSθ / L C. MSθ / L D. ML / Sθ

2. The specific heat capacity c of a solid block
of mass m is determined by heating the
block and measuring its temperature. The
graph to the right shows the variation of the
temperature T of the block with the thermal
energy Q transferred to the block. The
gradient of the line is equal to
A. c / m      B. m / c        C. mc.        D. 1 / mc
HOMEWORK: Text quiz Mon. CHAPTER 22,23
Date: 5/22/11      Lesson Plan # 1 - 14
Unit: ELECTRICITY             Topic: Lab 17 write-up
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- construct a graph from a data set
Drill #   (1 - 17)   - Multiple choice
A

V = 12.0 V                                     R3 = 30 
R1 = 10 

A2
2
R2 = 20 
1. What are the current readings in the ammeters A, A2?
DUE TODAY: HW 4 Re-Do
HOMEWORK: Lab 18 Due Mon. Sept. 22
Date: 5/22/11 Lesson Plan # 1 - 17
Unit: ELECTRICITY Topic: Virtual Circuits
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
Drill # (1 - 18) - Multiple choice
1.Which one of the following is not a true statement about a standing wave in
one dimension?
A. A standing wave is formed by the superposition of two progressive waves.
B. A standing wave stores energy but does not transfer it.
C. The wavelength of the standing wave is the distance between adjacent
nodes.
D. The amplitude of vibration varies along the standing wave.
2. Light is incident on an air-glass boundary as shown to the right. Which one
of the following is a correct statement of Snell’s law?
A. sinP = constant sinR
B. sinP = constant sinS
C. sinQ = constant sinR
D. sinQ = constant sinS
DUE TODAY: HW 4 Re-Do
HOMEWORK: Text quiz Thursday CHAPTER 22,23
Date: 5/22/11 Lesson Plan # 1 - 16
Unit: ELECTRICITY Topic: Virtual Circuits
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
1. construct a graph of a ball’s motion
2. design and build a racing car
Drill # (1 - 25) - Multiple choice
1. The graph below shows the current/voltage characteristics of a
filament lamp.

The resistance of the filament at 4.0 V is
A. 250          B. 4 000              C. 8 000        D. 64 000 
2. An electric motor is used to raise a weight of 2.0 N. When
connected to a 4.0 V supply, the current in the motor is 1.5 A.
Assuming no energy losses, the best estimate for the maximum
steady speed at which the weight can be raised is
A. 0.3 ms1      B. 3.0 ms1            C. 9.0ms1       D. 12.0ms1
DUE TODAY: Lab 18 – Virtual Circuits, H03, H04
HOMEWORK: Lab 19 – Gravitation Due Sept. 30
Date:    5/22/11 Lesson Plan # 1 - 22
Unit: MOTION AND FORCES
Topic: Acceleration
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
Construct a portfolio.
Drill # (1 - 26) - Multiple choice
1) A cell of e.m.f. E and internal resistance r is connected to a variable
resistor. A voltmeter is connected so as to measure the potential difference
across the terminals of the cell. Which one of the following is the correct
circuit diagram of the arrangement?
Drill # (1 - 27) - Multiple choice
1. A battery is connected in series with a resistor R. The battery transfers 2
000 C of charge completely round the circuit. During this process, 2 500 J of
energy is dissipated in the resistor R and 1 500 J is expended in the battery.
The e.m.f. of the battery is
A. 2.00 V.
B. 1.25 V.
C. 0.75 V.
D. 0.50 V.

2. In the circuit below, which meter is not correctly connected?
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
Drill # (1 - 28) - Multiple choice
1. An object is moved from the surface
of the Earth to the surface of the Moon.
The acceleration of free fall on the
Moon is less than that on the Earth.
Which one of the choices (in the table at
right) describes the change, if any, in its gravitational mass and its weight?
2. The acceleration of free fall of a small sphere of mass 5.0×10−3 kg when
close to the surface of Jupiter is 25 ms−2. The gravitational field strength at
the surface of Jupiter is
A. 2.0×10−4Nkg−1 B. 1.3×10−1Nkg−1 C. 25 Nkg−1 D. 5.0×103Nkg−1
3. All objects at any particular point on the Earth’s surface have the same
value of free fall acceleration. The reason for this is that the magnitude of the
A. gravitational force acting on each object is the same.
B. gravitational and inertial mass of each object is the same.
C. gravitational force acting on any object is proportional only to its
gravitational mass.
D. gravitational force acting on any object is proportional only to its inertial
mass.

DUE TODAY:
HOMEWORK: HW 7 Re-Do Due Monday
Date: 5/22/11       Lesson Plan # 1 - 23
Unit: MOTION AND FORCES Topic: Acceleration
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- calculate the acceleration of a falling ball
- construct a graph of a falling ball
Drill # (1 - 29) - Multiple choice
1. Which one of the following is a fundamental unit?
A. Coulomb        B. Ohm          C. Volt      D. Ampere

2. A charged particle of mass m and charge q is travelling in a uniform
magnetic field with speed v such that the magnetic force on the particle is F.
The magnetic force on a particle of mass 2m, charge q and speed 2v travelling
in the same direction in the magnetic field is
A. 4F              B. 2F          C. F          D. F / 2
HOMEWORK: H04 (Paper 2 Nov. 03 – download from website) due Oct. 8
Date:     5/22/11 Lesson Plan # 1 - 25
Unit: MOTION AND FORCES Topic: Acceleration & Force
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- Write-up a design sheet for EP 3
Drill # (1 – 31)
1. Which one of the field patterns below could be produced by two point
charges?

2. A plastic rod is rubbed with a cloth. At the end of the process, the rod is
found to be positively charged and the cloth is found to be uncharged. This
involves the movement of
A. positive charge from the cloth to the rod.
B. positive charge from earth to the cloth.
C. negative charge from the rod to earth.
D. negative charge from earth to the cloth.
Drill # (1 - 32) - Multiple choice
1. Two positive point charges P and Q are held a certain distance apart:

At which point(s) could the electric field strength, due to the charges, be zero?
A. X only    B. Y only      C. Z only        D. X and Z only

2. Which one of the following is a correct definition of electric potential
difference between two points?
A. The power to move a small positive charge between the two points.
B. The work done to move a small positive charge between the two points.
C. The power per unit charge to move a small positive charge between the
two points.
D. The work done per unit charge to move a small positive charge between
the two points.
HOMEWORK: H04 (Paper 2 Nov. 03 – download from website) due Oct. 10
Date:     5/22/11 Lesson Plan # 1 - 32
Unit: FIELDS AND FORCES Topic: Static Electricity
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- Design and conduct a lab to measure electrical field strength.
Drill # (1 - 33) - Multiple choice
1. Two long, vertical wires X and Y carry currents in the
same direction and pass through a horizontal sheet
of card. Iron filings are scattered on the card. Which one of
the following diagrams best shows the pattern formed by
the iron filings? (The dots show where the wires X and Y enter the card.)

Date:    5/22/2011     Lesson Plan # 1 - 26
Unit: MAGNETISM
Topic: Force Lab
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- Collect data for a magnet lab
Drill # (1 - 34) - Completion
1. Draw two point charges, both positive, beside each other. Draw electric
field lines around the charges (min 6 lines)
HOMEWORK: H04 (Paper 2 Nov. 03 – download from website) due Oct. 10
Date:      5/22/11 Lesson Plan # 1 - 32
Unit: FIELDS AND FORCES Topic: Static Electricity
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- Design and conduct a lab to measure electrical field strength.
Date: 5/22/2011 Lesson Plan # 1 - 33
Unit: MOTION AND FORCES
Topic: Force
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- construct a video demonstration of Newton’s Laws
Drill # (1 - 35)
1. A gold leaf electroscope is initially uncharged. A
positively charged rod is now held near the cap of the
electroscope, as shown below. Which one of the following
statements is true?
A. The cap is negatively charged and the leaves positively
charged.
B. The cap is positively charged and the leaves negatively
charged.
C. The cap is negatively charged and the leaves remain uncharged.
D. The cap is positively charged and the leaves remain uncharged.

2. Which one of the following is a fundamental unit?
A. Coulomb B. Ohm C. Volt D. Ampere
HOMEWORK: Read chs. 24, 25. Text Quiz on Mon. Oct. 20
Date:     5/22/11 Lesson Plan # 1 - 34
Unit: FIELDS AND FORCES Topic: Static Electricity
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- Design and conduct a lab to measure electrical field strength.
Date: 5/22/2011 Lesson Plan # 1 - 33
Unit: MOTION AND FORCES
Topic: Force
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- construct a video demonstration of Newton’s Laws
Drill 1-36
1. A current-carrying solenoid is placed with its axis pointing east-west as shown below. A small compass is situated
near one end of the solenoid.

The axis of the needle of the compass is approximately 45o to the axis of the solenoid. The current in the solenoid is
then doubled. Which of the following diagrams best shows the new position of the compass needle?

2. A charged particle of mass m and charge q is travelling in a uniform magnetic field with speed v such that the
magnetic force on the particle is F. The magnetic force on a particle of mass 2m, charge q and speed 2v travelling in
the same direction in the magnetic field is
A. 4F.        B. 2F.        C. ½F.                D. F.

3) A strip of aluminium foil is held between the poles of a strong magnet, as shown below.
direction of current
Drill (1 - 37) - Selected response
1. The diagram below shows a point P on the Earth’s surface at which a
compass needle is suspended freely. Which one of the following gives the
correct direction in which the needle of the compass will point?

2. Ag-102, Ag-103 and Ag-104 are three isotopes of the element silver.
Which one of the following is a true statement about the nuclei of these
isotopes?
A. All have the same mass.        B. All have the same number of nucleons.
C. All have the same number of neutrons.
D. All have the same number of protons.
Date:      5/22/11 Lesson Plan # 1 – 29
Unit: Nuclear Physics Topic: Introduction
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- describe the atomic model
Drill (1-44) - Selected response
1. Which one of the
following correctly
gives the number of
electrons, protons and
neutrons in a neutral
atom of the nuclide        ?
2. In the Geiger-Marsden experiment, particles are scattered by gold
nuclei. The experimental results indicate that most particles are
A. scattered only at small angles.B. scattered only at large
angles.
C absorbed in the target D scattered back along the original direction.
3. A sample of radioactive carbon-14 decays into a stable isotope of
nitrogen. As the carbon-14 decays, the rate at which the amount of
nitrogen is produced
A. decreases linearly with time.            B. increases linearly with time.
C. decreases exponentially with time.
D. increases exponentially with time.
Course: Physics Date:        5/22/11
Lesson Plan # 1 – 44 Unit: Atomic & Nuclear Physics
Topic: Opposing Forces
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- analyze data from lab 6 to determine the effect of force on acceleration
Drill # (1 - 45) - Selected Response
1. An isotope of radium has a half-life of 4 days. A freshly prepared sample
of this isotope contains N atoms. The time taken for 7/8 of the atoms of
this isotope to decay is
A. 32 days. B. 16 days. C. 12 days. D. 8 days.

2. The presence of neutrons inside the nucleus is supported by the existence of
A. isotopes.                B. orbiting electrons.
C. gamma radiation.         D. neutral atoms.
Course: Physics Date:         5/22/11
Lesson Plan # 1 – 32 Unit: Nuclear Physics
Topic: Chapter 31 - reactions
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
-explain concepts of fission, fusion
Drill # (1 - 46) - Selected Response
Students threw corks at balloons to replicate the Geiger-Marsden
experiment. There were 5 balloons in a 2.3 m2 frame. 11 % of the corks hit
balloons.
1. What was the total target area?
a) 0.253 m2           b) 0.28 m2      c) 0.25 m2         d) 25 m2

2. What was the estimated radius of one nucleus?
a) 0.13 m         b) 0.18 m          c) 0.63 m           d) 0.12 m

3. If a balloon was measured to have an average circumference of 0.94 m (P),
what was the % error in the lab
a) 10 %             b) 15 %           c) 20 %          d) 25 %

Date:    5/22/11 Lesson Plan # 1 - 37
Unit: NUCLEAR PHYSICS              Topic: Binding Energy
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- Calculate mass defect and binding energy and construct a graph
Drill # (1 - 47) - Selected Response
1. Ag-102, Ag-103 and Ag-104 are three isotopes of the element silver.
Which of the following is a true statement about the nuclei of these isotopes?
A. All have the same mass.             B. All have the same # of nucleons.
C. All have the same # of neutrons. D. All have the same # of protons.
2. Radioactive decay is a random process. This means that
A. a radioactive sample will decay continuously.
B. some nuclei will decay faster than others.
C. it cannot be predicted how much energy will be released.
D. it cannot be predicted when a particular nucleus will decay.
3. A freshly-prepared sample of 27 Co decays by the emission of γ-ray photons.
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The decay is represented by the nuclear equation
After this decay, the binding energy per nucleon has
A. increased in magnitude because energy has been emitted from the nucleus.
B. decreased in magnitude because energy has been emitted from the nucleus.
C. stayed constant because the # of nucleons in the nucleus is unchanged.
D. stayed constant because the proton number is unchanged.
Date:      5/22/11 Lesson Plan # 1 - 38
Unit: NUCLEAR PHYSICS              Topic: Binding Energy
Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
- Calculate mass defect and binding energy and construct a graph

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