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Moments interview questions and answers, moments trivia questions PDF 108 to practice O Level Physics exam questions for online classes. Practice Turning Effects of Forces MCQ questions, moments Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) for online college degrees. Moments Interview Questions PDF: temperature scales, energy: o level physics, types of thermometers, melting and solidification, moments test prep for GRE test.

"George has a weight of 500 N, which his half of his father's weight. He, his father and his uncle sit on a see-saw. If both George and his father sit on the right end of the see-saw, 5 m from the pivot, and his uncle's weight is same as his fathers, where should George's uncle sit in order to achieve a state of balance?" MCQ PDF with choices 7.5 m from the pivot, on the left end, 7.5 m from the pivot, on the right end, 5 m from the pivot, on the right end, and 5 m from the pivot, on the left end for free online college courses. Learn turning effects of forces questions and answers to improve problem solving skills for GRE practice test.

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MCQ: George has a weight of 500 N, which his half of his father's weight. He, his father and his uncle sit on a see-saw. If both George and his father sit on the right end of the see-saw, 5 m from the pivot, and his uncle's weight is same as his fathers, where should George's uncle sit in order to achieve a state of balance?

7.5 m from the pivot, on the right end
7.5 m from the pivot, on the left end
5 m from the pivot, on the right end
5 m from the pivot, on the left end

MCQ: Reverse process of melting is

boiling
solidification
condensation
sublimation

MCQ: A thermocouple shows an EMF of 5.00 mV with one of its junctions at 0 °C and the other at 100 °C. If the 100 °C junction is taken out of the boiling water and placed in a glass of water having temperature same as the room temperature (assume room temperature in this case = 25 °C), the EMF registered on thermocouple would be

1.25 mV
5 mV
10 mV
20 mV

MCQ: Energy used by a moving object is termed as

Potential Energy
Mechanical Energy
Kinetic Energy
Thermal Energy

MCQ: High response of thermocouple thermometer is due to

double junctions as they would carry more heat energy
two wires because the thermal energy would be divided
heavy mass because voltage would increase the flow of voltage
metal wires because they are good conductors of electricity