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Temperature Scales Quiz

MCQ: Melting point of wax is equal to 57 °C, which is equal to

  1. 330 K
  2. −330 K
  3. 216 K
  4. −216 K

A

Properties of Wave Motion Quiz

MCQ: Speed of wave 'v' is given by

  1. wavelength of the wave ⁄ frequency of the wave
  2. wavelength of the wave × frequency of the wave
  3. frequency of the wave ⁄ wavelength of the wave
  4. None of the above

B

Work and Energy Quiz

MCQ: A girl accidentally dropped her mobile phone from the balcony. If the mass of the mobile phone is 0.6 kg and the height from where the mobile phone was dropped is 120 m, keeping in front the gravitational pull of earth, the Ep of the mobile phone is

  1. 7.2 J
  2. 200 J
  3. 72 J
  4. 720 J

D

Work and Energy Quiz

MCQ: A moving object always possesses

  1. Potential Energy
  2. Kinetic Energy
  3. Thermal energy
  4. Magnetic energy

B

Thermal Energy in Physics Quiz

MCQ: Process in which thermal energy is transferred by emission of infrared radiations is termed as

  1. Conduction
  2. Convection
  3. Radiation
  4. Conduction and Radiation

C