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Introduction to Pressure Questions and Answers p. 162

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Trivia Quiz on Introduction to Pressure

1.

One lady is wearing high heels and other one is wearing flat shoes. Shoes going to get stuck in the mud are

The high heels
The flat shoes
Both of them
None of them

2.

The transfer of heat energy is because of

good conductivity of a metal
bad conductivity of a metal
atomic or molecular vibration
neutronic activation

3.

In an aquarium, air bubble at the bottom has a volume = 0.5 mm³. What would be the size of the bubble at the top if the height of the water level is = 1 m. (density of water = 1000 kg ⁄ m³, atmospheric pressure = 1 × 105 Pa, gravitational acceleration = 10 m s-1²)

0.5 mm³
0.55 mm³
0.6 mm³
0.65 mm³

4.

In a science lab, a student uses 150g of water and heats it from 10 °C to 30 °C with the energy of 10000 J, the heat capacity of the water is

250 J K-1
−250 J K-1
500 J K-1
−500 J K-1

5.

Speed of a microwave of wavelength 5 × 10-3 m in a vacuum is 5 × 108 m s-1, its frequency is equal to

1.5 × 105 m s-1
6 × 109 m s-1
1.5 × 106 m s-1
6 × 1010 m s-1