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Pressure Physics Quiz

MCQ: Pressure in gases is due to

  1. Bombardment of molecules on walls of container
  2. Bombardment of molecules on the base of container
  3. collision of molecules in the container
  4. The atmosphere


Temperature Scales Quiz

MCQ: Formula for resistance thermometer of resistance is

  1. θ °C = ((Rθ - R0)/(R100 - R0)) × 100
  2. θ °C =((R0 - R100)/(Rθ - R0)) × 100
  3. θ °C = ((1100 - R0)/(R0 - 1θ)) × 100
  4. θ °C = ((Rθ - R100)/(Rθ - R0) × 100


Introduction to Light Quiz

MCQ: Moon is a good example of

  1. Luminous objects
  2. Non-luminous objects
  3. Transparent objects
  4. Opaque objects


Melting and Solidification Quiz

MCQ: When there is no change of state, upon heating the temperature would

  1. increase
  2. decrease
  3. remain constant
  4. may increase or decrease


Electromagnetic Waves Quiz

MCQ: Wave with highest frequency is

  1. radio waves
  2. infrared
  3. ultraviolet
  4. gamma rays