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Physics Past Questions v30 for (JAMB/WAEC/NECO)

Physics Past Questions v30 For (JAMB/WAEC/NECO); These Physics past questions are for students who are sitting for the following examinations


  • JAMB
  • Post-UTME / Post-JAMB
  • WAEC
  • NECO

Physics Past Questions v30 For (JAMB/WAEC/NECO)


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#1. When the pressure of a fixed mass of gas is doubled at constant temperature, the volume of the gas is

#2. The volume of a given mass of an ideal gas at 327k and 9.52 x 104 Pa is 40cm3. calculate the volume of the gas at 273k and 1.034 x 105Pa.

#3. A wave of weight length 0.30m travels 900m in 3.0s, calculate its frequency

#4. Which of the following condition is necessary for the occurrence of total internal reflection of light?

#5. A metal rod of length 100cm is heated through 100oC, calculate the change in length of the rod [linear expansivity of the material of the rod is 3 x 10-6K-1]

#6. The heat capacity of a calorimeter is the amount of energy required to

#7. Which of the following statement about latent heat of vaporization is correct? It

#8. A force acts on a body for 0.5s changing its momentum from 16.0kg ms-1 to 21.0kgms-1, calculate the magnitude of the force

#9. A moving object is said to have a uniform acceleration if its

#10. The period of an oscillatory motion is defined as the

#11. The mass on a loaded spiral spring oscillates vertically between two extreme positions P and R equidistant from the equilibrium position Q. Which of the following statements about the system is not correct

#12. A ball f mass 5.0kg hits a smooth vertical wall normally with a speed of 2ms-1. Determine the magnitude of the resulting impulse Options A) 2.0kgms-1 B) 10.0kgms-1 C) 5.0kgms-1 D) 2.5kgms-1A ball f mass 5.0kg hits a smooth vertical wall normally with a speed of 2ms-1. Determine the magnitude of the resulting impulse

#13. A tuber of cassava can be processed into powder. This explains the face that

#14. A piece of metal of relative density 5.0 weighs 60N in air. Calculate its weight when fully immersed in water

#15. Bohr’s atomic model proves most successful for the explanation of the. I. structure of the hydrogen atom; II. line spectra of the hydrogen atom; III. Multi-electron atoms. Which of the statements above is/are correct?

#16. Which of the following media allow(s) the transmission of sound wave through them? I. Air II. Liquid III. Solid.

#17. In the normal use of a simple microscope, a person sees an

#18. The diagrams above show lines of force in electric fields. In which of the diagrams would a positive test charge experience the least force as it moves from x to y?

#19. I. It retains its magnetic much longer than steel. II. It is more easily magnetized than steel. III. It is more easily demagnetized than steel. IV. It produces a stronger magnet than steel. Which combination of the above makes iron preferable to steel in the making of electromagnets?

#20. The resultant of two forces P and Q is least when the angle between them is

#21. A ray of light experiences a minimum deviation when passing through an equilateral triangular glass prism. Calculate the angle of incidence of the ray. [Refractive index of glass = 1.5]

#22. Calculate the energy stored in an inductor of inductance 0.5H when a current of 3A flows through it.

#23. The relative density of dilute tetraoxosulphate (vi) acid in a battery is measured with a

#24. A resistor connected in parallel with a galvanometer so that a large amount of current can be measured is called a/an

#25. A current flows in a series circuit containing a resistor, R, an inductor, L and a capacitor, C. Which of the following is true of the power dissipated in the circuit component(s)?

#26. Emission spectra are caused by

#27. Which of the following is used as a depolarizer in a Denial cell?

#28. A radioactive isotope has a half-life of 8 days. What fraction of the atoms will remain after 72 days?

#29. If the distance between the plates of a parallel plate capacitor is decreased, its capacitance

#30. Heat I. is a form of energy II. is measured with a thermometer III. cannot be created or destroyed IV. from a hot object is transferred through conduction only. Which of the statements above are correct?

#31. A car travels with a constant velocity of 45 kmh-1 for 20s. What distance does it cover in this time?

#32. When the same amount of current, I is passed through different wires under the same conditions, the rates of production of heat are

#33. A surface in the path of an advancing wave on which all the particles are in the same state of disturbance is called a

#34. Calculate the wavelength of light travelling with a speed of 3 × 108ms-1 and a frequency of 6.2 × 1014Hz.

#35. What is the uncertainty in the measurement of time, if the uncertainty in measuring the energy of an electron of mass 10-30 kg is 2.45 × 10-19J? h = 6.6 × 10-34

#36. A body has masses of 0.013kg and 0.012 kg in oil and water respectively. If the relative density of oil is 0.875 calculate the mass of the body.

#37. A stone is dropped from the top of a tower of height 11 .25m. Calculate the time it will take to reach the ground. [g = 10ms-2]

#38. Which to the following is NOT a fundamental unit?

#39. A projectile fired with initial velocity, u will attain its maximum height H when the angle of projection θ is

#40. Which property of a fluid determines its suitability as a lubricant?

#41. A note, A from a guitar produces a wave of amplitude 4 mm and frequency 1000 Hz. Another note, B from a whistle produces a similar waveform of amplitude 2 mm and frequency 2200 Hz. If the two notes are compared,

#42. The temperature at which the water vapour present in the air is just enough to saturate the air is the _______ point.

#43. Which of the following statements is true of nuclear fission?

#44. The frequency of a body executing simple harmonic motion when left undisturbed is known as__________ frequency.

#45. When very hot water is poured into a thin-walled glass container, it is less likely to break because

#46. An electron makes a transition from - 1.60 eV energy level to - 10.4eV energy level Calculate the energy loss due to the transition.

#47. A plane which is Inclined at an angle of 30 ° to the horizontal has a velocity ratio of

#48. A mass of 5kg is suspended from the ceiling of a lift with a light inextensible string. As the lift moves upwards with an acceleration of 2ms-2, the tension in the string is [g = 10ms-2]

#49. Which of the following is NOT an example of a percussion instrument?

#50. The time t1, t2 and t3 for 20 complete oscillations of a simple pendulum experiment are 32.0s, 34.6s and 35.5s respectively. Calculate the mean period of the pendulum.


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