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Common Temperature Scales Quiz

MCQ: A pot containing water at 30 °C is heated to 150 °C. What is the change in temperature in K?

  1. 50 K
  2. 30 K
  3. 25 K
  4. 70 K


Power in Physics Quiz

MCQ: A machine has the ability to lift blocks vertically up to a height of 30 m above the ground in 50 s. The power of the machine is

  1. 1.2 kW
  2. 0.12 kW
  3. 300 kW
  4. 6 kW


Distance Time and Speed Quiz

MCQ: The distance moved per unit time is known as

  1. speed
  2. displacement
  3. velocity
  4. acceleration


States of Matter Quiz

MCQ: The state of matter which has a fixed volume but does not have a fixed shape is

  1. liquid
  2. solid
  3. gas
  4. both solid and liquid


Speed Time Graphs Quiz

MCQ: By stepping on the pedal slowly to the maximum, we can move our car with an

  1. decreasing acceleration
  2. zero acceleration
  3. increasing acceleration
  4. constant deceleration