Jamb Physics Past question

Hello Friend! Are you preparing for the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board JAMB UTME 2023/2024? If yes, then this is for you! Prepare yourself by treating JAMB Physics Past Questions!

I have prepared a series of JAMB Physics Past Questions from 1988 to 2022 which was prepared with the sole purpose of help you prepare very well for the 2023/2024 JAMB!

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A few grains of table salt were put in a cup of cold water, kept at a constant temperature and left undisturbed. Eventually all the water tasted salty. This action is due to 

Jamb 1978 A few grains of table salt were put in a cup of cold water, kept at a constant temperature and left undisturbed. Eventually all the water tasted salty. This action is due to  A. Convection B. Osmosis C. Capillarity D. diffusion E. Conductivity ANSWER: Option  D EXPLANATION:  I think by now, you must …

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If the wavelength of a wave travelling with a velocity of 360 m/s is 60m, the period of the wave is

Jamb 1979 If the wavelength of a wave travelling with a velocity of 360 m/s is 60m, the period of the wave is A. 6s B. 3.6s C. 0.17s D. 0.61s E. 3s  ANSWER: Option C EXPLANATION: the equation to use for this question is; v = λ/T Where; v – velocity of the wave …

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The latent heat of fusion of ice is 80 cal/g. How much heat is required to change 10g of ice at 0°C into water at the same temperature?

Jamb 1978 The latent heat of fusion of ice is 80 cal/g. How much heat is required to change 10g of ice at 0°C into water at the same temperature? A. 80 cal B. 10 cal C. 8 cal D. 800 cal E. 400 cal ANSWER: Option  D EXPLANATION: Use the formula Q = mL …

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Which one of the following types of waves cannot travel through a vacuum

Jamb 1979 Which one of the following types of waves cannot travel through a vacuum? A. sound waves B. light waves C. infra-red waves D. X-radiation E. radio waves.  ANSWER: Option A EXPLANATION: Sound is a mechanical wave and a mechanical wave is a wave that requires a material medium to propagate. Vacuum is an …

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An air force jet flying with a speed of 335m/s went past an anti-aircraft gun. How far is the aircraft 5s later when the gun was fired

Jamb 1978 An air force jet flying with a speed of 335m/s went past an anti-aircraft gun. How far is the aircraft 5s later when the gun was fired? A. 838 m B. 3350 m  C. 670 m D. 1675 m E. 67 m ANSWER: Option D Explanation: Using the formula Distance = speed × …

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A solid suspended by a piece of string is completely immersed in water. On attempting to lift the solid out of the water, the string breaks when the solid is partly out of the water. This is because  

Jamb 1978 A solid suspended by a piece of string is completely immersed in water. On attempting to lift the solid out of the water, the string breaks when the solid is partly out of the water. This is because   A. the tension in the string decreases as the solid is lifted  B. the mass …

A solid suspended by a piece of string is completely immersed in water. On attempting to lift the solid out of the water, the string breaks when the solid is partly out of the water. This is because   Read More »