Hello Welcome to the SS1 1st Term Evaluation Test – Physics – FREE Access (20 Questions ONLY) 1. You will attempt 20 objective questions for 15 minutes. If the time allocated (15 minutes) elapsed, evaluation exercise will end and result will be displayed immediately on the screen. 2. You cannot change your answer after selection. Be sure before you select your answer. 3. Your score, questions attempted, selected answers and correct answers will be displayed on the screen after submission. 4. You are strongly advised to work on your own. Fill the form below as they will appear on your result sheet and Click the Next Button below to Begin Full Name: Name of School: email address: 1. [ Heat Energy ]A cube made of a metal of linear expansivity is warmed through a temperature of t. If the initial volume of the cube is V, what is the increase in volume of the cube? (WAEC 1988)A. 1/3α VtB. ½α VtC. α VtD. 2α VtE. 3α Vt A B C D E2. [ Units and Measurement ]Which of the following is a derived unit? (WAEC 1993)A. AmpereB. KilogrammeC. SecondD. OhmE. Kelvin A B C D E3. [ Fundamentals of Motion ]Which of the following are contact forces? (WAEC 1990)I. Force of tensionII. Force of frictionIII. Magnetic forceIV. Force of reactionA. I, II and III onlyB. I, II and IV onlyC. I, III and IV onlyD. II, III and IV onlyE. I and IV only A B C D E4. [ Heat Energy ]In which of the following is the expansion of solids a disadvantage? (WAEC 1988)A. The fitting of wheels in rimsB. Fire alarmsC. The thermostatD. The bimetallic thermometerE. The balance wheel of a watch A B C D E5. [ Heat Energy ]Which of the following cannot be used to measure the temperature of a substance? (WAEC 1988)A. Variation of pressure with temperature.B. Expansivity of a liquidC. Change in the resistance of a conductorD. Thermo-electric effectE. Change in colour with temperature A B C D E6. [ Fundamentals of Motion ]A body moving with uniform acceleration has two points (5,15) and (20,60) on the velocity-time graph of its motion. Calculate its acceleration. (WAEC 1991)A. 0.25 ms-2B. 3.00 ms-2C. 4.00 ms-2D. 9.00 ms-2E. 16.00 ms-2 A B C D E7. [ Units and Measurement ]The diagram above represents a portion of a micrometer screw gauge. What is its reading? (WAEC 1990)A. 3.70mmB. 3.67mmC. 3.50mmD. 3.35mmE. 3.17mm A B C D E8. [ Heat Energy ]Which of the following statements about the gaseous state of matter is not correct? The molecules of a substance in gaseous state.... (WAEC 1988)A. are in a constant state of motionB. have different speedsC. have a temperature which is a measure of the average kinetic energyD. have no inter-molecular attractive forceE. have a pressure which is determined by the number of molecules present. A B C D E9. [ Heat Energy ]A metal sheet with an area of 60cm2 is heated through a temperature of 15K. Find its increase in area. [linear expansivity of metal = 9 x 10-6k-1] (NECO 2016)A. 1.62 x 10-2 cm2B. 8.10 x 10-3 cm2C. 7.20 x 10-5 cm2D. 1.62 x 10-6 cm2E. 8.10 x 10-7 cm2 A B C D E10. [ Units and Measurement ]Which of the units of the following physical quantities are derived? (WAEC 1988)I. AreaII. ThrustIII. PressureIV. MassA. I, II, III and IVB. I, II and III onlyC. I, II and IV onlyD. I, and III onlyE. I and IV only A B C D E11. [ Work, Energy and Power ]An engine raises 100 kg of water through a height of 60m in 20s. What is the power of the engine? (Take g = 10 ms-2 ) (WAEC 1989)A. 120, 000 WB. 3000 WC. 333 WD. 300 WE. 30 W A B C D E12. [ Work, Energy and Power ]A body of mass 5 kg falls from a height of 10 m above the ground. What is the kinetic energy of the body just before it strikes the ground? (Neglect energy losses and take g as 10 ms-2 ) (WAEC 2002)A. 5 JB. 25 JC. 250 JD. 500 JE. 625 J A B C D E13. [ Fundamentals of Motion ]A body moves with a constant speed but has an acceleration. This is possible if it _____ (WAEC 1990)A. moves in a straight lineB. moves in a circleC. is oscillatingD. is in equilibriumE. has a varying acceleration A B C D E14. [ Work, Energy and Power ]A stone of mass 2.0 kg is thrown vertically upwards with a velocity of 20 m/s. Calculate the initial kinetic energy of the stone. (WAEC 1991)A. 200 JB. 400 JC. 800 JD. 1600 JE. 1800 J A B C D E15. [ Heat Energy ]Which of the following is the reason why a concrete floor feels colder to the bare feet than a mat on the same floor during the rainly season? (WAEC 1988)A. Mat is a better conductor of heat than the feetB. Mat losses heat to the bare feet at a faster rate than the concrete floorC. Mat losses heat to the bare feet while the concrete floor extract heat from themD. Concrete floor is a better conductor of heat than the mat.E. Mat is a better conductor of heat than the floor A B C D E16. [ Work, Energy and Power ]A load of mass 120 kg is raised vertically through a height of 2 m in 30 s by a machine whose efficiency is 100%. Calculate the power generated by the machine. (g = 10 ms-2 ) (WAEC 2006)A. 60 WB. 80 WC. 100 WD. 120 WE. 150 W A B C D E17. [ Units and Measurement ]Which of the following instruments is suitable for making the most accurate measurement of the internal diameter of a test tube? (WAEC 1990)A. Meter ruleB. Vernier calipersC. A micrometer screw gaugeD. A tape ruleE. A set square A B C D E18. [ Fundamentals of Motion ]A ball is projected horizontally from the top of a hill with a velocity of 20 m/s. If it reaches the ground 4 seconds later, what is the height of the hill? (g = 10 m/s²) (WAEC 1991)A. 20mB. 40mC. 80mD. 160mE. 200m A B C D E19. [ Work, Energy and Power ]Power is defined as _______ (WAEC 1992)A. capacity to exert a forceB. product of force and timeC. product of force and distanceD. ability to do workE. energy expended per unit time A B C D E20. [ Units and Measurement ]Which of the following is a fundamental quantity? (WAEC 1991)A. SpeedB. DensityC. LengthD. ImpulseE. Energy A B C D EHello , Good to know you finished before allocated time (15 Minutes) elapsed. You may wish to check on any missed questions using the previous button, otherwise, you may submit by clicking the submit button. Categories: 0 Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.