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## Fermat's Principle Quiz with Answers : MCQs 75

MCQ 371:

Law which states that travelling between two points will follow the route with smallest optical path length is called

1. Newton?s principle
2. Fermat?s principle
3. Mate?s principle
4. Gauss?s principle
MCQ 372:

The force F acting on a particle of electric charge q with instantaneous velocity v, due to an external electric field E and magnetic field B, is given by

1. F=q(E+vxB)
2. F=q(E+v+B)
3. F=q(ExvxB)
4. F=q(Exv+B)
MCQ 373:

Opposite bound charges can't be separated by microscopic distances in

1. dielectric
2. conductors
3. semiconductors
4. superconductors
MCQ 374:

When electric field is zero but polarization is not zero in the material, than this phenomenon is called

1. residual polarization
2. spontaneous polarization
3. molecular polarization
4. electrical polarization
MCQ 375:

Metamaterials consist of periodically or randomly distributed structured elements, whose size and spacing are much smaller than electromagnetic waves

1. resonant frequency
2. wavelength
3. damping factor
4. plasma factor