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IGCSE A Level Physics Practice Test 55

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## Elasticity Quiz with Answers : MCQs 55

MCQ 271:

At ‘yield point’ of a copper wire

1. the load hasn't exceeded the elastic limit yet; so, Hooke's law applies
2. the load has already exceeded the elastic limit and the material has become plastic
3. even the plastic stage has passed and the wire has snapped already
4. Like Brass and Bronze, Copper has no yield point
MCQ 272:

An object travelling with constant velocity has

1. constant momentum
2. zero momentum
3. increasing momentum
4. decreasing momentum
MCQ 273:

Alpha particles have relatively

1. low kinetic energies
2. high potential energy
3. high mechanical energy
4. high kinetic energy
MCQ 274:

Characteristic properties of waves are

1. reflection
2. refraction
3. interference
4. all of above
MCQ 275:

Spacing between field lines indicates

1. direction of field lines
2. strength of field lines
3. magnitude of field lines
4. work done by field lines