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**MCQ**: Direction of the resultant of two vectors is given by

cos^{-1}(A_{y} + B_{y}/A_{x} + B_{x})

cos^{-1}(A_{x} + B_{y}/A_{y} + B_{x})

tan^{-1}(A_{y} + B_{y}/A_{x} + B_{x})

tan^{-1}(A_{y} - B_{y}/A_{x} - B_{x})

c

**MCQ**: Rest mass energy of an electron is

1.02 MeV

0.511KeV

0.511 MeV

2.02 MeV

c

**MCQ**: Errors that occur during measurement of the quantities are of

2 types

3 types

4 types

5 types

a

**MCQ**: Quantities that are used to describe the laws of physics are called

atomic quantities

nuclear quantities

mechanical quantities

physical quantities

d

**MCQ**: A vector having 'magnitude only' is called

scalar

resultant

unit vector

temperature

c

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