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States of Matter Quiz

MCQ: 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

  1. liquids
  2. solids
  3. both solids and liquid
  4. both liquids and gases

A

Common Temperature Scales Quiz

MCQ: A Celsius scale has

  1. 3 fixed points
  2. no fixed point
  3. 1 fixed points
  4. 2 fixed points

D

Total Internal Reflection Quiz

MCQ: Optical fibers are made up of

  1. thin glass
  2. plastic fibers
  3. can be thin glass or plastic fibers
  4. metals

C

Density Quiz

MCQ: The mass of the jar containing air is 320 g, mass of evacuated jar is 305 g, mass of jar with water is 1090 g and density of water is 1 g cm-3. What mass of water was nodded to fill the jar

  1. 785 g
  2. 15 g
  3. 309 g
  4. 1.27 × 10-3 g cm-3

A

Forces Quiz

MCQ: Velocity, displacement and force are the examples of

  1. fiscal quantities
  2. scalar quantities
  3. vector quantities
  4. negative quantities

C