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# Physic for A level & UTME

Simplifying physics for better understanding for students to excel in ‘A level’ and UTME

Candidates writing physics in JAMB need to have JAMB syllabus for physics for them to know the topics they need to read. And for this reason, I have decided to list the topics and their sub topics in physics that are required for candidates writing phyiscs in JAMB to read. …

## Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI operation and uses)

Magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, is a diagnostic technique used in medicine. It can provide images of the inside of a patient. It does not rely on exposing patients to ionizing radiation such as x-rays; it relies on the fact that some atomic nuclei behave like tiny magnets in an …

## Ultrasound: Uses, Operation and how it is generated

Ultrasound is an oscillating sound pressure wave with a frequency greater than the upper limit of the human hearing range( 20KHz in healthy, young adults). Ultrasound devices operate with frequencies from 20KHz to several gigahertz. How Ultrasound is generated i) Like audible sound, ultrasound is produced by a vibrating source. …

## Solutions to Cambridge A level Physics Oct/Nov 2016 P1

Question 1 The force F between two point charges q1 and q2, a distance r apart, is given by the equation where k is a constant. What are the SI base units of k ? {Cambridge A level oct/nov 2016, ques 2, p11} Solution The SI base unit of force …

## Free download Cambridge A level Physics 9702 past questions and markschemes

To have A* in Cambridge A level physics isn’t difficult as you may think, all you need is adequate preparation and productive reading. It requires personal development which is crucial to one’s success in life. It is all about adding the required or needed values that enhance personal academic growth. …

## How to solve some UTME physics past questions

Question 1 Which of the following consists entirely vector quantities? {UTME 2001} A. Work, pressure and moment                 B. Velocity, magnetic flux and reaction. C. Displacement, impulse and power.      D. Tension, magnetic flux and mass. Solution Vector quantities has both magnitude and direction Option A – pressure and work are scalar …

## How to solve Questions on Nuclear physics for UTME

Question 1 A piece of radioactive material contains 1000 atoms. If its half-life is 20 seconds, the time taken for 125 atoms to remain is {UTME 2012} A. 20 seconds            B. 40 seconds         C. 60 seconds        D. 80 seconds Solution N = N0 exp(-ℷt) ℷ = 0.693/T ℷ = 0.693/20 …

## How to solve questions on gas law for UTME

Question 1 The pressure of a given mass of a gas changes from 300Nm-2 to 120Nm-2 while the temperature drops from 127oC to –73oC. The ratio of the final volume to the initial volume is{UTME 2001} A. 2 : 5              B. 4 : 5                     C. 5 : 2                     D. …