# cameroon gce O level June 2024 physics 1

### cameroon gce O level June 2024 physics 1

cameroon gce O level June 2024 physics 1

Section 1 (Forty Two Questions)
Directions: Each ot the questions or incomplete
statements in this section is followed by
four suggested answers. Select the best
A body travelling with a velocity of 5 m s ~ 1
accelerates at 2 m s ~ 2 to attain a velocity ot
11 m s ~ l. The time taken for this change of
velocity to take place is:
A 0.33.v
B 3 s
7.
Questions 1 – 42
A physical quantity is defined as:
A any object that exists physically
B any measurable property of matter
any object that takes part only in physical
activities
D any measurement that is done in physics
1 . C 8 s
D 12 s
C The density of iron decreases when it is heated
because its:
A volume increases
B mass increases
C volume decreases
D mass decreases
8.
Which of the following pairs consists of one
vector and one scalar quantity?
A Moment and force
B Energy and power
C Force and distance
D Velocity and momentum
The law ‘ the extension of an elastic material
is directly proportional to the applied force
provided the elastic limit is not exceeded’ is:
A Hooke’s law
B Ohm’s law
C Newton’s first law
9.
Which of the following affects the force
between two charged bodies?
A Mass of the bodies
B Weight of the bodies
C Distance between the bodies
D Speed of the bodies
j.
10. The phenomenon where a body is made to
vibrate at its natural frequency due to another
body vibrating with that same frequency is:
A interference
B diffraction
C refraction
D resonance
4. The change in momentum of a body is the
same as:
A turning effect of the force
B change in motion
C change in inertia
D impulse of a body The formation of a new atom after a radioactive
decay process is known as:
A ionization
B transmutation
C transformation
D absorption
A machine is a system that multiplies:
A force applied
B energy applied
C power applied
D pressure applied
5.
Which of the graphs in figure 1 shows how the
pressure, P, of an object in a liquid changes
with depth, h?
12.
An object has weight of 100 N on the earth’s
surface. Its weight on a planet with
acceleration due to gravity of 1.6 m s-1 is:
A 10 N
B 16 N
C 62.5 N
D 160 N