Malaysia SPM Form 5 Physics - Electricity

1.1 Electric Charge
1.2 Electric Current
1.3 Potential Difference
1.4 Ohm's Law & Resistance
2.1 Circuit - Resistance
2.2 Circuit - Current
2.3Circuit - Potential Difference
3.1 Electromotive Force (E.M.F.)
4.1 Electrical Energy and Power

Circuit - Potential Difference

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1) Referring to the figure above, find the reading of the voltmeter V2.

Choice 1
12V
Choice 2
5V
Choice 3
7V
Choice 4 19V


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2) Referring to the figure above. If the reading of the volmeter V1 is 5V, what is the reading of the ammeter V2?

Choice 1
5V
Choice 2
4V
Choice 3
3V
Choice 4 3.3V



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3) Which of the statements below about the circuit above is true? (Assume that the cells have no internal resistance.)
Choice 1
The reading of the voltmeter is equal to 12V.
Choice 2
The reading of the voltmeter is less than 12V.
Choice 3
The reading of the voltmeter is higher than 12V.
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4) Referring to figure above, find the potential difference across resistor R1.


Choice 1
2V
Choice 2
4V
Choice 3
8V
Choice 4 12V


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Question 5, 6 and 7

Figure below shows 3 resistors are connected in a circuit with e.m.f. of 12V.

5) Find the reading of the voltmeter V2.


Choice 1
3V
Choice 2
9V
Choice 3
12V
Choice 4 15V


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6) Find the reading of the voltmeter V1.

Choice 1
3V
Choice 2
9V
Choice 3
12V
Choice 4 15V


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7) Find the reading of the voltmeter V3.

Choice 1
3V
Choice 2
9V
Choice 3
12V
Choice 4 15V


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