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# Conservation of Energy Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) PDF Download - 1

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## Conservation of Energy Questions and Answers : MCQ Quiz 1

MCQ 1:

If motion of the body is along a single axis, collision is

1. one dimensional
2. two dimensional
3. three dimensional
4. four dimensional
MCQ 2:

Collision in which an encounter between two bodies in which the total kinetic energy of the two bodies after the encounter is equal to their total kinetic energy before the encounter is termed as

1. elastic collision
2. inelastic collision
4. triple collision
MCQ 3:

Collision in which kinetic energy is not conserved is termed as

1. singular collision
2. inelastic collision
4. elastic collision
MCQ 4:

Center of mass of a system of n particles, where M is the total mass of the system, is defined to be the point whose x coordinate is

1. xcom=1/M (∑mixi)
2. xcom=1/M (∑2mixi)
3. xcom=1/M (∑1/(mixi))
4. xcom=∑2+mixi
MCQ 5:

Amount of energy is transferred by a force in an amount of time t is termed as

1. average velocity
2. gravitational force
3. average power
4. total work done