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Quiz on States of Matter MCQs

MCQ: Liquids have

fixed volume but no fixed shape, high density and are incompressible
fixed shape but no fixed volume, high density and are incompressible
fixed volume but no fixed shape, high density and are compressible
fixed volume but no fixed shape, low density and are compressible

MCQ: When spring or rubber band is released it converts potential energy into

Mechanical Energy
Electrical Energy
Thermal energy
Kinetic energy

MCQ: A fan keeps working for 30 minutes and uses energy of 90000 J, the power consumed by the bulb is

3000 W
50 W
500 W
300 W

MCQ: Types of waves is/are

latitudinal and longitudinal
transverse and latitudinal
transverse only
transverse and longitudinal

MCQ: If the acceleration and deceleration of an object is zero,

force is still acting on it, even if the object is stationary
there is no force because there is no acceleration or deceleration
there is no force because the object is not moving
force is still acting on it because the object is moving with constant velocity