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# O Level Physics Question Guide

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## Question Guide – DC Circuit – Resistance of a Potential Divider Circuit

The figure shows a potential divider circuit. R is 10 Ω. Section ac of R is 3.2 Ω. Resistance of the lamp is also 3.2 Ω. Calculate the total resistance of the circuit.

## Question Guide – Forces Action-Reaction Pairs

The figure below shows a person sitting on a box that rests on the ground. Which of the following action-reaction pairs is correct? The weight of the man and the normal force from the box…

## Question Guide – Pressure

A fork tube contains air in one branch and a vacuum in the other. What is the pressure of the enclosed air? The pressure at height k in the right column, P-right-k, will be equal to the …

## Question Guide – Turning Effect of Forces and Density

A uniform rod has a wooden section and a solid rubber handle, as shown in the diagram below. The length of the handle is l and the length of the wooden section is 4.00 l

## Question Guide – DC Circuit – MCQ

The diagram shows two identical lamps L1 and L2 connected to a rheostat and a battery. What happens to the brightness of the lamps as the contact J is moved towards…

## Question Guide – DC Circuit

A resistor of resistance 2.0 Ω is connected across a series of cells of e.m.f. 9.0 V by wires of negligible resistance. A current 4.0 A passes through the resistor. Calculate…

## Question Guide – DC Circuit – Potential Divider

The figure below shows a circuit that uses a potentiometer R2. The resistance of R2 is 10 Ω. R2 is divided into two sections, AX and XB, by the slider X. Section XB of R2 has a resistance …

## Question Guide – Pressure – Hydraulic Press

In the diagram shown below, Syringe A is connected to Syringe B by a connecting tube. Both syringes and the connecting tube are completely filled with an incompressible fluid X…