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"The formula for the gravitational potential energy is" MCQ PDF with choices ep = m/gh, where m is mass, g is gravitational pull and is height, ep = mg/h, where m is mass, g is gravitational pull and is height, ep = mgh, where m is mass, g is gravitational pull and is height, and ep = gh/m, where m is mass, g is gravitational pull and is height for ACT practice test. Practice energy, work and power questions and answers to improve problem solving skills for SAT subject test tutoring.

Quiz on Work & Energy MCQs

MCQ: The formula for the gravitational potential energy is

Ep = mg/h, where m is mass, g is gravitational pull and is height
Ep = m/gh, where m is mass, g is gravitational pull and is height
Ep = mgh, where m is mass, g is gravitational pull and is height
Ep = gh/m, where m is mass, g is gravitational pull and is height

MCQ: The standard symbol for heat capacity is

H
C
Q
E

MCQ: There are three kinds of equilibrium, which of the following is the odd one out?

Stable equilibrium
Metastable equilibrium
Unstable equilibrium
Neutral equilibrium

MCQ: A scientist raises the temperature of a solid of mass 40 kg from 20 °C to 40 °C, if the energy used by the solid is 8000 J, the specific heat capacity of the solid would be

2 J kg-1 °C-1
5 J kg-1 °C-1
10 J kg-1 °C-1
20 J kg-1 °C-1

MCQ: The specific latent heat of hot chocolate is 60 J kg-1 and its latent heat is 3 J, the mass of the hot chocolate would be

180 J
20 J
63 J
57 J