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Quiz on Rate of Infrared Radiations MCQs

MCQ: Surface that would better absorb the infrared radiations is

Dull and white
Shiny and white
Dull and black
Shiny and black

MCQ: Given that the normal reaction is constant, the friction force is

directly proportional to the area of the contact of the given surfaces
inversely proportional to the area of the contact of the given surfaces
directly proportional to the square of the area of the contact of the given surfaces
independent of the area of the contact of the given surfaces

MCQ: A car stopped screeching to avoid the crash with a van, change is involved in the process is

Kinetic energy is converted into sound energy
Kinetic Energy is converted into sound and thermal energy
Potential energy is converted into sound, heat and kinetic energy
Kinetic and potential energy is converted into thermal and sound energy

MCQ: Formula for Kinetic energy is

1/2mv²
1/2m²v
mv²
mv-2

MCQ: Type of force that opposes motion in fluids (water and air) is termed as

resistance
Tension
Weight
Friction