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Trivia Quiz on Scales of Temperature

1.

While going through a heap of junk in her garage, Jackie found an uncalibrated mercury thermometer. After a few experiments, she succeeded in calibrating it. Her notes show that the ice point of the thermometer corresponds to 3 cm while the steam point corresponds to 30 cm of mercury. If Jackie's calculations are fine, then length = 10 cm would correspond to

26 °C
24 °C
22 °C
20 °C

2.

Volume of oxygen is 20 m³ and mass is 28.6, its density would be

1.43 kg m-3
14.3 kg m-3
143 kg m-3
0.7 kg m-3

3.

Specific heat capacity of glass is

635 J kg-1 °C-1
670 J kg-1 °C-1
705 J kg-1 °C-1
740 J kg-1 °C-1

4.

Handle of soldering iron rod is made up of plastic because plastic is a

good conductor of heat
good insulator of heat
bad insulator of heat
good conductor of electricity

5.

If an object is stationary which force is still acting on it?

Friction
Tension
Weight
resistance
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