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# Physics of Temperature MCQ Quiz Online

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"The centigrade (Celsius) scale can be converted into Kelvin scale by the formula" MCQ PDF: physics of temperature with choices ω °c = temperature in kelvin + 273, ω °c = temperature in kelvin - 273, ω °c = temperature in fahrenheit + 273, and ω °c = temperature in fahrenheit - 273 for best online GRE prep class. Study physics of temperature quiz questions for merit scholarship test and certificate programs for free online college classes.

## MCQs on Physics of Temperature Quiz

MCQ: The centigrade (Celsius) scale can be converted into Kelvin scale by the formula

Ω °C = Temperature in Kelvin + 273
Ω °C = Temperature in Kelvin - 273
Ω °C = Temperature in Fahrenheit + 273
Ω °C = Temperature in Fahrenheit - 273

MCQ: Thermocouple thermometer has a wide range from

−1000 °C to 1000 °C
−s100 °C to 1500 °C
−150 °C to 2000 °C
−200 °C to 1500 °C

MCQ: Thermometer that can measure rapidly changing temperature is

Mercury-in-glass thermometer
Alcohol-in-glass thermometer
Platinum resistance thermometer
Thermocouple thermometer

MCQ: Kelvin scale has

one fixed point
two fixed points
three fixed points
one fixed and two variable points

MCQ: Scale of temperature requires

a thermometric substance that has a chemical property that varies with temperature
a thermometric substance that has a chemical property which does not change with temperature
a thermometric substance that has a physical property which changes with temperature
a thermometric substance that has a physical property which does not change with temperature

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