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# SAT Physics: Temperature Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) PDF - 1

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## SAT Physics Temperature MCQ Quiz : Test 1

MCQ 1: Which of the following has high density?

A) liquid
B) solid
C) gas
D) both solid and liquid

MCQ 2: The scale that is based on the theory that there is a lower possible temperature that exists in the universe is known as

A) Celsius scale
B) kelvin scale
C) Fahrenheit scale
D) none of the above

MCQ 3: We can easily determine the temperature of any body if we know

A) the height of mercury level at 0 °C
B) the height of mercury level at 100 °C
C) both A and B
D) none of the above

MCQ 4: The state of matter in which the particles move freely within the vessel containing it and they have attractive forces between their particles is known as

A) liquids
B) solids
C) both solids and liquid
D) both liquids and gases

MCQ 5: A Celsius scale has

A) 3 fixed points
B) no fixed point
C) 1 fixed points
D) 2 fixed points

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