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Mass and Weight Quiz

MCQ: The mass of an object can be measured easily by using

  1. screw gauge
  2. physical balance
  3. beam balance or calibrated electronic balance
  4. spring balance/compression balance

C

Principle of Moments Quiz

MCQ: Simple machine ‘lever’ works on the principle of

  1. newton
  2. magnitude
  3. friction
  4. moments

D

Application of Thermal Energy Transfer Quiz

MCQ: The vacuum flask is designed to keep liquids hot by minimizing heat loss in

  1. 2 possible ways
  2. 4 possible ways
  3. 3 possible ways
  4. 5 possible ways

B

Application of Thermal Energy Transfer Quiz

MCQ: Where direct heating is involved, the utensils are usually made up of

  1. iron
  2. glass
  3. plastic
  4. stainless steel/aluminum

D

Common Temperature Scales Quiz

MCQ: As per kelvin scale theory, the lowest possible temperature is

  1. absolute one
  2. absolute ten
  3. absolute zero
  4. absolute minus ten

C