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Physics of Temperature Quiz

MCQ: Liquid-in-glass thermometer has

  1. unlimited range
  2. wide range
  3. limited range
  4. no range

C

Atmospheric Pressure and Weather Quiz

MCQ: Unit for pressure used in weather maps is millibar. 1 millibar is equal to

  1. 1000 bar
  2. 100 kPa
  3. 100 Pa
  4. 1 atm

C

Pressure in Liquids Quiz

MCQ: Pressure due to a liquid column is equal to

  1. density of the liquid × height of column × base area × gravitational field strength
  2. density of the liquid × height of column × gravitational field strength
  3. density of the liquid × base area × gravitational field strength
  4. None of the above

B

Forces and Effects Quiz

MCQ: Friction has

  1. only negative effects
  2. only positive effects
  3. both positive and negative effects
  4. no effect in our life

C

What is Temperature Quiz

MCQ: Volume of a fixed mass of liquid is a physical property that changes with

  1. Change in pressure
  2. Change in temperature
  3. Change in density
  4. Change in heat capacity

B