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FOR PHYSICS
MCQs (Part-1)
Chapter 1 - The Scope of
Physics The branch of physical science, which deals with interaction of matter and energy,
is called __________.
(Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
 The new era of modern physics began near the end of __________.
(17th century, 18th century, 19th century)
 Screw and lever were invented by __________.
(Newton, Huygen, Archimedes)
 Pythagoras is famous in __________.
(Physics, Chemistry, None of these)
 In the field of research the strong incentive comes from __________.
(Bible,Quran, Ingeel)
 Number of ayah which are taken from Surah Nooh for our book are __________.
(11 and 12, 13 and 14, 15 and 16)
 Number of ayah taken from Surah ‘Al Imran’ __________.
(170 and171, 180 and 181, 190 and 191)
Chapter 2 - Scalars and
Vectors
 Physical quantity, which can be completely specified by its magnitude only, is
called __________.
(Scalars,Vectors, None of above)
 Physical quantity, which can be completely specified by its magnitude as well as
direction, is called __________.
(Scalars,Vectors, None of Above)
 Two or more than two scalars measured in the same system of units are equal only
if they have the __________.
(Same Magnitude, Same magnitude and direction, Same direction)
 Vectors are denoted by __________.
(or a, b, c)
 Magnitude of vectors is denoted by __________.
(or a, b, c)
 Two vectors are equal without any consideration of their initial point only if they
have __________.
(Same magnitude, Same magnitude and similar direction, Same
direction)
 The tail end of a vector line is called __________.
(Initial point of the vector, terminal point of the vector, final point of
the vector)
Chapter3-Motion
 The change of position of a body in a particular direction is called its __________.
(Displacement,Velocity,Acceleration)
 The change of displacement with respect to the time is called __________.
(Speed,Velocity,Acceleration)
 The rate of change of position in a particular direction is called __________.
(Displacement,Velocity,Acceleration)
 The total change in displacement divided by the total change in time of body is called
its __________.
(AverageVelocity, InstantaneousVelocity, UniformVelocity)
 The change of displacement in a very small interval of time (time tends to zero) of a
body is called its __________.
(AverageVelocity, InstantaneousVelocity, UniformVelocity)
 When a body undergoes an acceleration then __________.
(Its speed increases, Its velocity increases, It falls toward the earth)
 A force acts on a body that is free to move. We known that magnitude and direction of
the force and the mass of the body. Newton’s second law of motion enables us to
determine the body’s __________.
(Acceleration, Speed,Velocity)
Chapter 4 - Motion in Two Dimensions
 The motion of a body along a straight line is called __________.
(Linear Motion, Angular Motion,Vibratory Motion)
 The motion of a body along a curved path is called __________.
(Linear Motion, Angular Motion,Vibratory Motion)
 The example of motion of the body in two dimensions is __________.
(Ball moving along a straight line, Projectile,Train moving along a
straight track)
 In projectile motion the object is purely under the influence of
__________.
(Centripetal Force, Force of Gravity, Restoring Force)
 In projectile motion (freely falling bodies) sign assigned to the
acceleration due to gravity (g) will always be __________.
(Positive, Negative, None of these)
 In considering the projectile motion all the vectors like, velocity and
displacement along positive y-axis will be taken as __________.
(Positive, Negative, None of these)
 During the projectile motion, the vertical component of a velocity
__________.
(Changes, remains the same, None of these)
Chapter5Torque,AngularMomentumandEquilibrium
 Torque is defined as __________.
(Time rate of change of angular momentum,Time rate of change of linear momentum,
time rate of change of angular velocity)
 The vector quantity torque __________.
(Depends on the choice of origin, does not depend on the choice of origin)
 Every point of rotating rigid body has __________.
(the same angular velocity, the same linear velocity, the same linear acceleration)
 The right hand rule is applied to find __________.
(The direction, of a vector obtained by the vector product of two vectors,The magnitude
of a vector obtained in the above manner, neither the direction nor the magnitude)
 Two forces, which form a couple __________.
(can be replaced by a single equivalent force, cannot be replaced by a single equivalent
force, are perpendicular to each other)
 The direction of torque is __________.
(The same as the direction of the corresponding applied force, opposite to the direction
of the applied force, perpendicular to the direction of applied force)
 The centre of mass of system of particles __________.
(coincides always with centre of gravity, never coincides always with the centre of
gravity, coincides with the centre of gravity only in a uniform gravitational field)
Chapter 6 - Gravitation
 The acceleration due to gravity __________.
(Has the same value every where in space, has the same value every
where on the earth,Varies with latitude on the earth)
 If a planet existed whose mass and radius were both twice that of the earth, then
acceleration due to gravity at its surface would be __________.
(4.9 m/s2, 19.6 m/s2, 2.45 m/s2)
 When the space ship is at a distance equal to twice of the earth’s radius from its
centre then the gravitational acceleration is __________.
(4.9 m/s2, 19.6 m/s2, 2.45 m/s2)
 A hole is drilled through the earth along the diameter and a stone is dropped into
it.When the stone is at the centre of the earth it has __________.
(Mass,Weight, Acceleration)
 Newton’s law of universal gravitation __________.
(Can only be indirectly inferred from the behavior of the planent, Can be
directly verified in the laboratory, is valid only with in the solar system)
 The gravitational force between two bodies does not depend upon __________.
(Their separation, Product of their masses,The sum of their masses)
 If the radius of the earth were to shrink by 1% while its mass remaining same, the
acceleration due to gravity on the earth surface would __________.
(Decrease, Remain the same, Increase)
Chapter 7 - Work, Energy and Power
 The dot product of force and displacement is __________.
(Work, Energy, Power)
 When the force and displacement are parallel to each other, then work is __________.
(Minimum, Maximum, None ofThese)
 When the force and displacement are perpendicular to each other, then work is
__________.
(Minimum, Maximum, None of these)
 When the force and displacement are in the opposite direction then the work is
__________.
(Positive, Negative, Zero)
 The cross product of force and moment arm is __________.
(Work, Power, None of these)
 Work is certainly done, if a body __________.
(Uses some energy, Covers some distance, Covers some displacement)
 One electron volt is equal to __________.
(1.6 x 10-19J, 1.6 x 10-18J, 1.6 x 1019J)
Chapter 8 - Wave Motion and Sound
 If k is a positive constant __________ of the following expression represents simple harmonic motion (x
is the displacement of particle from mean position).
(Acceleration = kx, acceleration = -kx, acceleration = kx2, acceleration = -kx2)
 If k and a are the positive constants and x is the displacement from equilibrium position. __________ of
the following expression represents S.H.M.
(Velocity = k (a2-x2),Velocity = Ök(a2 – x2),Velocity =Ök(x2 – a2),Velocity = k(x2-a2))
 A bob of mass m is hanging from the end of an elastic spring and executing S.H.M with a periodT. If this
mass is replaced by another bob of mass 2m, the new time period of this system will be __________.
(T, 2T, Ö2T,T/2)
 A bob of mass m is hanging from the end of an inelastic string is executing S.H.M with a periodT. If this
bob is replaced by an other bob of double mass.The new time period of this system will be __________.
(T, 2T, Ö2T,T/2)
 __________ of is not true for S.H.M.
(Motion is Periodic, Elastic Restoring force must be present, System may possess inertia,Total
Energy of system is conserved)
 A body is attached to the end of a spring is executing S.H.M. at the extreme position its __________.
(Kinetic energy is maximum, Kinetic Energy is zero, Both kinetic and potential energy are
zero, its velocity is maximum)
 The motion of the simple pendulum is __________.
(Always simple harmonic, may be simple harmonic, can never be simple harmonic, circular)
Chapter9-WaveAspectofLight
 Light waves __________.
(Require air or another gas to travel through, require an electric field to
travel through, require a magnetic field to travel through, can travel through a
perfect vacuum)
 The blue colour of the sky is due to due to fact that __________.
(Red light is absorbed, blue colour is preferentially scattered, red light is
preferentially scattered, this is the natural colour)
 The wavelength 10000 A° belong to __________.
(Infra red spectrum, Ultra violet spectrum, visible range, green light)
 Monochromatic green light has a wavelength of 520 nm in air.The wavelength of
this light inside glass of refractive index 1.5 is approximately.
(300nm, 340nm, 520nm, 780nm)
 The property of light waves that leads to the phenomenon of colour is their
__________.
(Velocity, Amplitude, Quality,Wavelength)
 If Plank’s constant h = 6.625 x 10-34 J/Hz.The energy associated with light with a
wavelength of 160nm is __________.
(1.24 x 10-18 J, 1.88 x 10-18 J, 1.24 x 10-15 J, 1.24 x 10-15 J)
 __________ proposed electromagnetic wave theory.
(Fresnel, Huygen, Maxwell, Fraunhoffer)
Chapter10–GeometricOptics
 A lens is a piece of transparent material that can focus __________.
(transmitted bean of light, reflected beam of light, none of these)
 A lens is usually bounded by __________.
(two spherical surfaces, two plane surfaces, spherical and plane
surfaces)
 Basically lenses fall into __________.
(One category, two categories, three categories)
 A convex lens is __________.
(thicker in the middle and thinner on the edge, thinner in the
middle and thicker on the edge, none of these)
 A convex lens __________.
(converges the light rays towards its optical centre, diverges the
light rays towards its optical axis, none of these)
 A concave lens __________.
(thinner in the middle and thicker on the edges, thicker in the
middle and thinner on the edges, none of these)
 A concave lens bends the light rays from __________.
(Its optical axis, Its optical centre, None of these)
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Mcq (questions) of physics science (part 1)

  • 2. Chapter 1 - The Scope of Physics The branch of physical science, which deals with interaction of matter and energy, is called __________. (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)  The new era of modern physics began near the end of __________. (17th century, 18th century, 19th century)  Screw and lever were invented by __________. (Newton, Huygen, Archimedes)  Pythagoras is famous in __________. (Physics, Chemistry, None of these)  In the field of research the strong incentive comes from __________. (Bible,Quran, Ingeel)  Number of ayah which are taken from Surah Nooh for our book are __________. (11 and 12, 13 and 14, 15 and 16)  Number of ayah taken from Surah ‘Al Imran’ __________. (170 and171, 180 and 181, 190 and 191)
  • 3. Chapter 2 - Scalars and Vectors  Physical quantity, which can be completely specified by its magnitude only, is called __________. (Scalars,Vectors, None of above)  Physical quantity, which can be completely specified by its magnitude as well as direction, is called __________. (Scalars,Vectors, None of Above)  Two or more than two scalars measured in the same system of units are equal only if they have the __________. (Same Magnitude, Same magnitude and direction, Same direction)  Vectors are denoted by __________. (or a, b, c)  Magnitude of vectors is denoted by __________. (or a, b, c)  Two vectors are equal without any consideration of their initial point only if they have __________. (Same magnitude, Same magnitude and similar direction, Same direction)  The tail end of a vector line is called __________. (Initial point of the vector, terminal point of the vector, final point of the vector)
  • 4. Chapter3-Motion  The change of position of a body in a particular direction is called its __________. (Displacement,Velocity,Acceleration)  The change of displacement with respect to the time is called __________. (Speed,Velocity,Acceleration)  The rate of change of position in a particular direction is called __________. (Displacement,Velocity,Acceleration)  The total change in displacement divided by the total change in time of body is called its __________. (AverageVelocity, InstantaneousVelocity, UniformVelocity)  The change of displacement in a very small interval of time (time tends to zero) of a body is called its __________. (AverageVelocity, InstantaneousVelocity, UniformVelocity)  When a body undergoes an acceleration then __________. (Its speed increases, Its velocity increases, It falls toward the earth)  A force acts on a body that is free to move. We known that magnitude and direction of the force and the mass of the body. Newton’s second law of motion enables us to determine the body’s __________. (Acceleration, Speed,Velocity)
  • 5. Chapter 4 - Motion in Two Dimensions  The motion of a body along a straight line is called __________. (Linear Motion, Angular Motion,Vibratory Motion)  The motion of a body along a curved path is called __________. (Linear Motion, Angular Motion,Vibratory Motion)  The example of motion of the body in two dimensions is __________. (Ball moving along a straight line, Projectile,Train moving along a straight track)  In projectile motion the object is purely under the influence of __________. (Centripetal Force, Force of Gravity, Restoring Force)  In projectile motion (freely falling bodies) sign assigned to the acceleration due to gravity (g) will always be __________. (Positive, Negative, None of these)  In considering the projectile motion all the vectors like, velocity and displacement along positive y-axis will be taken as __________. (Positive, Negative, None of these)  During the projectile motion, the vertical component of a velocity __________. (Changes, remains the same, None of these)
  • 6. Chapter5Torque,AngularMomentumandEquilibrium  Torque is defined as __________. (Time rate of change of angular momentum,Time rate of change of linear momentum, time rate of change of angular velocity)  The vector quantity torque __________. (Depends on the choice of origin, does not depend on the choice of origin)  Every point of rotating rigid body has __________. (the same angular velocity, the same linear velocity, the same linear acceleration)  The right hand rule is applied to find __________. (The direction, of a vector obtained by the vector product of two vectors,The magnitude of a vector obtained in the above manner, neither the direction nor the magnitude)  Two forces, which form a couple __________. (can be replaced by a single equivalent force, cannot be replaced by a single equivalent force, are perpendicular to each other)  The direction of torque is __________. (The same as the direction of the corresponding applied force, opposite to the direction of the applied force, perpendicular to the direction of applied force)  The centre of mass of system of particles __________. (coincides always with centre of gravity, never coincides always with the centre of gravity, coincides with the centre of gravity only in a uniform gravitational field)
  • 7. Chapter 6 - Gravitation  The acceleration due to gravity __________. (Has the same value every where in space, has the same value every where on the earth,Varies with latitude on the earth)  If a planet existed whose mass and radius were both twice that of the earth, then acceleration due to gravity at its surface would be __________. (4.9 m/s2, 19.6 m/s2, 2.45 m/s2)  When the space ship is at a distance equal to twice of the earth’s radius from its centre then the gravitational acceleration is __________. (4.9 m/s2, 19.6 m/s2, 2.45 m/s2)  A hole is drilled through the earth along the diameter and a stone is dropped into it.When the stone is at the centre of the earth it has __________. (Mass,Weight, Acceleration)  Newton’s law of universal gravitation __________. (Can only be indirectly inferred from the behavior of the planent, Can be directly verified in the laboratory, is valid only with in the solar system)  The gravitational force between two bodies does not depend upon __________. (Their separation, Product of their masses,The sum of their masses)  If the radius of the earth were to shrink by 1% while its mass remaining same, the acceleration due to gravity on the earth surface would __________. (Decrease, Remain the same, Increase)
  • 8. Chapter 7 - Work, Energy and Power  The dot product of force and displacement is __________. (Work, Energy, Power)  When the force and displacement are parallel to each other, then work is __________. (Minimum, Maximum, None ofThese)  When the force and displacement are perpendicular to each other, then work is __________. (Minimum, Maximum, None of these)  When the force and displacement are in the opposite direction then the work is __________. (Positive, Negative, Zero)  The cross product of force and moment arm is __________. (Work, Power, None of these)  Work is certainly done, if a body __________. (Uses some energy, Covers some distance, Covers some displacement)  One electron volt is equal to __________. (1.6 x 10-19J, 1.6 x 10-18J, 1.6 x 1019J)
  • 9. Chapter 8 - Wave Motion and Sound  If k is a positive constant __________ of the following expression represents simple harmonic motion (x is the displacement of particle from mean position). (Acceleration = kx, acceleration = -kx, acceleration = kx2, acceleration = -kx2)  If k and a are the positive constants and x is the displacement from equilibrium position. __________ of the following expression represents S.H.M. (Velocity = k (a2-x2),Velocity = Ök(a2 – x2),Velocity =Ök(x2 – a2),Velocity = k(x2-a2))  A bob of mass m is hanging from the end of an elastic spring and executing S.H.M with a periodT. If this mass is replaced by another bob of mass 2m, the new time period of this system will be __________. (T, 2T, Ö2T,T/2)  A bob of mass m is hanging from the end of an inelastic string is executing S.H.M with a periodT. If this bob is replaced by an other bob of double mass.The new time period of this system will be __________. (T, 2T, Ö2T,T/2)  __________ of is not true for S.H.M. (Motion is Periodic, Elastic Restoring force must be present, System may possess inertia,Total Energy of system is conserved)  A body is attached to the end of a spring is executing S.H.M. at the extreme position its __________. (Kinetic energy is maximum, Kinetic Energy is zero, Both kinetic and potential energy are zero, its velocity is maximum)  The motion of the simple pendulum is __________. (Always simple harmonic, may be simple harmonic, can never be simple harmonic, circular)
  • 10. Chapter9-WaveAspectofLight  Light waves __________. (Require air or another gas to travel through, require an electric field to travel through, require a magnetic field to travel through, can travel through a perfect vacuum)  The blue colour of the sky is due to due to fact that __________. (Red light is absorbed, blue colour is preferentially scattered, red light is preferentially scattered, this is the natural colour)  The wavelength 10000 A° belong to __________. (Infra red spectrum, Ultra violet spectrum, visible range, green light)  Monochromatic green light has a wavelength of 520 nm in air.The wavelength of this light inside glass of refractive index 1.5 is approximately. (300nm, 340nm, 520nm, 780nm)  The property of light waves that leads to the phenomenon of colour is their __________. (Velocity, Amplitude, Quality,Wavelength)  If Plank’s constant h = 6.625 x 10-34 J/Hz.The energy associated with light with a wavelength of 160nm is __________. (1.24 x 10-18 J, 1.88 x 10-18 J, 1.24 x 10-15 J, 1.24 x 10-15 J)  __________ proposed electromagnetic wave theory. (Fresnel, Huygen, Maxwell, Fraunhoffer)
  • 11. Chapter10–GeometricOptics  A lens is a piece of transparent material that can focus __________. (transmitted bean of light, reflected beam of light, none of these)  A lens is usually bounded by __________. (two spherical surfaces, two plane surfaces, spherical and plane surfaces)  Basically lenses fall into __________. (One category, two categories, three categories)  A convex lens is __________. (thicker in the middle and thinner on the edge, thinner in the middle and thicker on the edge, none of these)  A convex lens __________. (converges the light rays towards its optical centre, diverges the light rays towards its optical axis, none of these)  A concave lens __________. (thinner in the middle and thicker on the edges, thicker in the middle and thinner on the edges, none of these)  A concave lens bends the light rays from __________. (Its optical axis, Its optical centre, None of these)