NECO Questions and Answers for Physics 2024/2025 (Obj, Theory)

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NECO Questions and Answers for Physics 2024/2025

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Areas to Expect Questions During 2024 Physics Examination

These physics topics below are areas where questions must come from during your examination. Study them well.

1. Concepts of matter

The simple Structure of Matter should be discussed. Three physics states of matter, namely solid, liquid, and gas should be treated. Evidence of the particle nature of matter e.g. Brownian motion experiment, Kinetic theory of matter.

Use of the theory to explain; states of matter (solid, liquid, and gas), pressure in a gas, evaporation, and boiling; cohesion, adhesion, and capillarity.

Crystalline and amorphous substances to be compared (Arrangement of atoms in crystalline structure to be described e.g. face-centered, body-centered

2. Fundamental and derived quantities and units (a) Fundamental quantities and units

(b) Derived quantities and units

Length, mass, time, electric current luminous intensity, thermodynamic temperature, and amount of substance as examples of fundamental quantities, and m, kg, s, A, cd, K, and mol as their respective units.

Volume, density, and speed as derived quantities and m3, kgm-3, and ms-1 as their respective units

3. Position, distance, and displacement.

(a) Concept of position as a location of point-rectangular coordinates.

(b) Measurement of distance

(c) Concept of direction as a way of locating a point–bearing

(d) Distinction between distance and displacement

The position of objects in space using the X, Y, and Z axes should be mentioned.

Use of string, meter rule, vernier calipers, and micrometer screw gauge. The degree of accuracy should be noted. Metre (m) is a unit of distance.

Use of a compass and a protractor.

Graphical location and directions by axes to be stressed

 4. Mass and weight

The distinction between mass and weight

Use of lever balance and chemical/beam balance to measure mass and spring balance to measure weight. Mention should be made of electronic/digital balance.

Kilogram (kg) as a unit of mass and newton (N) as a unit of weight

 5. Time

(a) Concept of time as an interval between physical events

(b) Measurement of time

The use of heart-beat, sand-clock, ticker-timer, pendulum, and stopwatch/clock.

Second(s) as a unit of time

 6. Fluid at rest

(a) Volume, density, and relative density

(b) Pressure in fluids

(c) Equilibrium of bodies

(i) Archimedes’ principle

(ii) Law of flotation

Experimental determination for solids and liquids.

Concept and definition of pressure. Pascal’s principle, application of the principle to the hydraulic press and car brakes.

Dependence of pressure on the depth of a point below a liquid surface. Atmospheric pressure. Simple barometer, manometer, siphon, syringe, and pump. Determination of the relative density of liquids with U-tube and Hare’s apparatus.

Identification of the forces acting on a body partially or completely immersed in a fluid.

Use of the principle to determine the relative densities of solids and liquids.

Establishing the conditions for a body to float in

a fluid. Applications in hydrometers, balloons, boats, ships, submarines, etc

7. Motion

(a) Types of motion: Random, rectilinear, translational, Rotational, circular, orbital, spin, Oscillatory.

(b) Relative motion

(c) Cause of motion

(d) Types of force:

(i) Contact force

(ii) Non-contact force (field force)

(e) Solid friction

Mass, distance, speed, and time as examples of scalars.

Weight, displacement, velocity, and acceleration as examples of vectors.

Use of force board to determine the resultant of two forces.

Obtain the resultant of two velocities analytically and graphically

(f) Viscosity (friction in fluids)

(g) Simple ideas of circular motion

Only qualitative treatment is required. The illustration should be given for the various types of motion.

Numerical problems on co-linear motion may be set.

Force as a cause of motion.

Push and pull These are field forces namely; electric and magnetic attractions and repulsions; gravitational pull.

The frictional force between two stationary bodies (static) and between two bodies in relative motion (dynamic). Coefficients of limiting friction and their determinations.

Advantages of friction e.g. in locomotion, friction belt, grindstone. Disadvantages of friction e.g reduction of efficiency, wear, and tear of machines. Methods of reducing friction; e.g. use of ball bearings, rollers, streamlining, and lubrication.

Definition and effects. A simple explanation as an extension of friction in fluids. Fluid friction and its application in lubrication should be treated qualitatively. Terminal velocity and its determination.

Experiments with a string tied to a stone at one end and whirled around should be carried out to

(i) Demonstrate motion in a Vertical/horizontal circle.

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Do not joke with these areas of concentration as your questions must come our from these parts. School isle wishes the best in your exams.

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