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1. The diagram shows a part of a hydraulic system, which lies horizontally. A force is

applied to piston P which creates a pressure in the fluid and generates a larger

force at Q.

P Q

Area 6.25 X 10-2 m2

a) Calculate the pressure generated in the liquid by P if the input force is force at P

is 250N

[2]

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c) Using your answer from (a) above calculate the force output at Q.

[2]

2. A solid block, weighing 200 N, has the following dimensions: 1.0 m x 0.5 m x 0.3 m.

a) What is the pressure it can exert on the largest surface?

[3]

b) What is the pressure is can exert on the smallest surface?

[3]

c) How much weight/force is required to give a pressure of 5000 Pa in each of

the following situations?

i. A child standing on a raft with an area of 0.05 m 2.

[2]

ii. A table with four legs totaling an area of 0.01 m2.

[2]

iii. A quad bike with four wheels totalling an area of 0.36 m 2.

[2]

3. The diagram below shows trapped in a cylinder by a piston is kept under pressure

by a load.

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b) The load is increased.

i. State what happens to the piston.

__________________________________________________________ [1]

ii. State what happens to the pressure in the cylinder and give a reason for

your answer.

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__________________________________________________________ [3]

4. A piece of copper which has a density of 8.96g/cm3 is placed in water. The water

has a density of 1.0g/cm3. When the copper is placed in the water 63.5 cm3 of

water is displaced.

a) Wil the copper sink or float in the water?

_____________________________________________________________ [1]

b) What is the volume of water displaced by the copper?

_____________________________________________________________[1]

c) Calculate the mass of water displaced by the copper.

[2]

d) Determine the weight of water displaced by the copper. (100g =1N)

[3]

e) What is the up-thrust experienced by the copper in water.

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