UTME PHYSICS PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 4)

1. A snail travels 45cm in 20 minutes. Its average velocity is a) 2.25cm/hr b) 9Ocm/hr c) l5cm/hr d) 135cm/hr Right choice – Option A 2. Ball X is dropped from a roof at the same time as ball B is thrown horizontally from the roof. Ball X a) Reaches the ground first b) Reaches […]

UTME PHYSICS PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 3)

l. What is the dimension of pressure? a) ML-1T-2 (b) MLT-2 c) ML2T3 (d) ML-3 Right choice – Option A 2. Calculate the length of a displaced pendulum bob that passes its lowest point twice every second [g=l0ms-2] (a) 1.000m (b) 0.253m (c) 0.450m (d) 0.58m Right choice – Option B 3. When a ball […]

UTME PHYSICS PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 2)

1. An athlete cover 2.5 laps around a circular track in a time of 50 seconds. The diameter of the track is 30m and its circumference 188m. The average speed of the athlete is a) 0.05 b) 1.5 c)3.76 d) 9.4ms-1 Right choice – Option D 2. The temperature in Kelvin to the nearest whole […]

UTME PHYSICS PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 5)

1. At what angle would a concave mirror reflect a ray of light incident on it passing through the centre of curvature of the mirror? (a) 1800 (b) 450 (c) 00 (a) 900 Right choice – Option A 2. 20mJ work is done in moving a 5 micro C of electric chat ges between two […]

UTME PHYSICS PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 1)

1. Calculate the length of a displaced pendulum bob that passes its lowest point twice every second g=l0ms-2 a) 1.000m (b) 0.253m (c) 0.450m (d) 0.58m Right choice – Option B 2. A vehicle of mass m is driven by an engine of power P from rest. Find the minimum time it will take to […]

utme 2019 physics likely exam question from the Oracle

MOTION: Motion is the change in position of an object. Types of Motion 1.Translatory motion 2.Rotational motion 3.Random motion 4.Oscillatory (vibrating) motion Translatory Motion Is the motion movement of an object from one position to another. e.g. (i) A wheel of a moving car (ii) A falling stone (iii) A coin rolling down a plane […]

FRICTION

FRICTION This is the force acting along the surface of separation of two bodies in contact and tends to oppose the motion of one over the other. Types of friction – Solid friction – Fluid friction(liquid or gas friction) Types of solid friction – Limiting friction – Kinetic friction – Static friction – rolling friction […]

O-LEVEL PHYSICS KEY NOTES & LECTURES

measurement & unit Newton’s law of motion Properties of Materials Density & Upthrust Pressure Moment & Equilibrum Machine Friction Work, Energy & Power Expansion of Material Temperature & Measurement Heat Transfer Specific Heat Capacity Change of State of Substance Vapour & Vapour pressure Gas Laws Reflection by Plane Surface Reflection by Curved Surface Refraction by […]