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# Melting and Solidification Quiz PDF: Questions and Answers - 11

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## Melting & Solidification Questions and Answers : Quiz 11

MCQ 51:

As pressure is lowered,

1. the melting point of the ice decreases
2. the melting point of the ice increases
3. the boiling point of the water increases
4. no change is observed the melting point of ice or boiling point of water
MCQ 52:

Type of force that opposes motion and releases thermal energy is termed as

1. resistance
2. Tension
3. Weight
4. Friction
MCQ 53:

A velocity-time graph can give you

1. Velocity of the moving object
2. Acceleration of the moving object
3. Displacement of the moving object
4. All of the above
MCQ 54:

Formula for measuring temperature according to centigrade scale is

1. θ °C = ((lθ - l0)/(l100 - l0)) × 100
2. θ °C =((l0 - l100)/(lθ - l0)) × 100
3. θ °C = ((1100 - l0)/(l0 - 1θ)) × 100
4. θ °C = ((lθ - l100)/(lθ - l0) × 100
MCQ 55:

Two types of moment of force are

1. Clockwise and Anti-clockwise
2. Stable and Unstable
3. Neutral and charged
4. Forward and backward