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MCQ: SI unit of latent heat is

- joule
- joule ⁄ kelvin
- joule ⁄ kilogram
- joule ⁄ (kilogram × kelvin)

A

MCQ: Density of 50 g cm^{-1}, pressure is 2500 Pascal. The height of liquid is (take gravitational pull of earth)

- 50 g cm
^{-1} - 5 g cm
^{-1} - 100 g cm
^{-1} - 0.2 g cm
^{-1}

B

MCQ: When speed remains constant, velocity

- may change
- remain constant
- must changes
- slightly increases

A

MCQ: If Pressure of a fixed amount of gas is denoted as 'P' and volume is denoted as 'V' then Boyles law can be expressed as

- P = k × V (where 'k' is a proportionality constant)
- P = k ⁄ V (where 'k' is a proportionality constant)
- P = k × V² (where 'k' is a proportionality constant)
- P = k ⁄ V² (where 'k' is a proportionality constant)

B

MCQ: Turning effect of force is termed as

- action of force
- action of torque
- unstable action of force
- moment of torque

D