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WAEC Physics Theory Questions and Answers

SECTION B

ESSAY

1 1/2 Hours

[ 60 marks ]

Answer eight questions in all.

Five questions from Part I and three questions from Part II.

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WAEC Essay Questions Part I

PART I

[15 marks]

Answer any five questions from this part.

All questions carry equal marks.

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1. (a) Define strain.

(b) A rubber band is stretched to twice its original length.

Calculate the strain on the rubber band.

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2. State three materials used for making optical fibres.

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3. Name three classes of magnetic materials.

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4.(a) What is an intrinsic semiconductor?

(b) Distinguish between the p-type and n-type semiconductors.

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6. A black body radiates maximum energy when its surface temperature T and the corresponding wavelength λmax are related by the equation, λmax T = constant. Given the values of the constant and surface temperature as 2.9 x 10-3 mK and 570C respectively,

Calculate the frequency of the energy radiated.

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7. (a) What does the acronym LASER stand for?

(b) What is a laser?

WAEC Theory Questions Part II

PART II

[45 marks]

Answer any three questions from this part.

All questions carry equal marks.

8(a) Define uniform acceleration,

(b) Forces act on a car in motion, list the:

(i) horizontal forces and their directions;

(ii) vertical forces and their directions,

(c) A car starts from rest and accelerate uniformly for 20s to attain a speed of 25 ms-1.

It maintains this speed for 30s before decelerating uniformly to rest.

The total time for the journey is 60 s.

(i) Sketch a velocity-time graph for the motion,

(ii) Use the graph to determine the:

(α) total distance travelled by the car;     

(β) deceleration of the car.

(d) The figure here illustrates force-extension graph for a stretched spiral spring. Determine the work done on the spring [download document below to see the image]

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9. (a) List two factors each that affect heat loss by:

(i) radiation; (ii) convection,

(b)State two factors that determine the quantity of heat in a body.

(c)Explain the statement: The specific latent heat of vaporization of mercury is 2.72 x 105Jkg1.

(d)A jug of heat capacity 250 J kg-1 contains water at 28°C

An electric heater of resistance 35Ω connected to a 220 v source is used to raise the temperature of the water until it boils at 100°C in 4 minutes.

After another 5 minutes, 300 g of water has evaporated. Assuming no heat is lost to the surroundings, calculate the:

(i) Mass of water in the jug before heating;

(ii) Specific latent heat of vaporization of steam.

[Specific Heat Capacity of Water = 4200 Jkg-1 K-1]

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