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## Temperature and Heat MCQ Quiz : Physics MCQs

MCQ 1: British thermal unit was defined as amount of heat that would raise the temperature of 1lb to

A) 2°F to 5°F
B) 63°F to 64°F
C) 0°F to 64°F
D) 1°F to 64°F

MCQ 2: One calorie is equals to

A) 3.986x10-3 Btu
B) 3.986x103 Btu
C) 2.986x103 Btu
D) 1.986x10-3 Btu

MCQ 3: SI unit of heat is

A) Btu
B) °F
C) J
D) °C

MCQ 4: Energy transferred between a system and its environment because of a temperature difference that exists between them is called

A) Work done
B) Electricity
C) Heat
D) Elasticity

MCQ 5: Calorie is defined to be

A) 2.2345 J
B) 4.1868 J
C) 5.0244 J
D) 11.3456 J

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