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Important 100 Physics Questions Quiz Online Basic Info Test with Answers for Practice

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Test Name : Physics Mega Quiz Info Test
Subject : Mega Quiz
Test Type : Mcqs
Total Question : 100
Total Marks : 200

To test and also improve your general knowledge about various concepts of Physics, you can attempt the following mega quiz which includes 100 important mcq’s questions and answers about the subject. If you are able to score good marks in this quiz then you will definitely be able to achieve good marks in any exam related to Physics.

Important 100 Physics Questions Quiz Online Basic Info Test with Answers for Practice

 

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1. The positions of two aeroplanes at any instant are at A (2, 3, 4) and B (5, 6, 7) from the origin in km. Find the distance between two aeroplanes.

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2. Accuracy is defined as:

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3. Drag force increases if speed of the object moving through the fluid:

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4. Which quantity has different dimension?

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5. It is desired to increase the frequency of a vibrating string from 50 hertz to 200 hertz. This can be done by increasing the tension of the string:

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6. The temperature at which all the gases become liquid is called:

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7. Which of the following forces is the weakest?

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8. Fog droplets are suspended in air when their weight is balanced by:

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9. Derived quantities are those which can:

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10. The gate will recognize the voltage as high or 1, if the voltage applied to the gate is:

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11. A certain engine converts 20% of available heat energy into work. Then its efficiency will be:

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12. Zirconia is classified as:

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13. Number of spark plugs needed in diesel engine is:

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14. A simple pendulum is defined as:

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15. The distance covered by the wave during one period is called its:

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16. The shortest distance between two pints directed from its initial point to final point is called:

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17. Polarized light is the one which has its vibrations:

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18. If I have a 200 L container filled with nitrogen at a pressure of 1.0 atm, how many moles of nitrogen are present at 250 C?

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19. An avometer can measure:

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20. The least distance of the distinct vision is:

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21. The best conductor is:

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22. The path of the projectile is determined by:

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23. The unit of resistance is:

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24. Astrophysics is a branch of physics, which deals with:

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25. The rate of change of angular velocity is called:

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26. The voltmeter can read the correct potential difference only when the current drawn by it from the circuit is:

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27. If 10 mL of a gas is at a pressure of 1 atm and we doubled the pressure, the new volume of the gas will be:

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28. Tick the substance which is not ferromagnetic:

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29. A _______ lens is used in the apparatus to get Newton's ring.

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30. What is the appropriate SI unit for distance?

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31. The Nobel Prize on the explanation of photoelectric effect was awarded to:

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32. Force is a:

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33. Glycerin has viscosity ______ the viscosity of water,

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34. Magnetic flux density at any point due to current carrying conductor can be computed by:

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35. The resistance of the shunt is:

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36. A ball is dropped from a height of 4.2 metres. To what height will it rise if there is no loss of KE after rebounding?

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37. If f = 5 cm and d = 25 cm then the magnification will be:

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38. Hotness or coldness of an object is represented in term of:

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39. Dimension of mass is written as:

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40. Types of physical quantities are:

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41. A pulse on a string is inverted when it is reflected from:

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42. Pascal is a unit of:

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43. Thermal radiations are type of:

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44. One volt is defined by one:

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45. Which instrument is expensive and difficult to use?

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46. The kinetic energy of gas molecules is directly proportional to:

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47. The word amorphous means:

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48. First law of thermodynamics is merely a statement of law of conservation of:

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49. An example of chemical property is:

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50. The decrease in velocity per unit time is called:

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51. The transition from solid to liquid is actually from:

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52. Absolute zero is considered as that temperature at which:

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53. The property of fluids due to which they resist their own flow is called:

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54. Normally, the blood pressure (torr unit) in a healthy human body varies from:

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55. The kinetic energy of gas molecules is directly proportional to:

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56. The curie temperature for iron is:

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57. The practical unit of current is:

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58. The irregular flow of the fluid is called:

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59. Magnetic field is as:

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60. Newton's second law of motion is also called:

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61. Which of the following is not the mechanical wave?

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62. When the vectors are mutually perpendicular then their scalar product is:

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63. Magnetic lines of force:

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64. The unit of resistivity is:

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65. Physics is an important and basic part of physical sciences which is a:

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66. The unit of resistance is:

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67. In order to check the correctness of an equation, we are to show that _____ of the quantities on _____ side/sides of the equation are ______.

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68. Newton's ring are formed due to:

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69. How many significant figures are present in the number 10, 450?

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70. Physics deals with the study of:

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71. First law of thermodynamics is merely a statement of law of conservation of:

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72. Light which has the same property in all the directions of vibrations is called:

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73. The circuits which implement certain operations are called:

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74. Michael Faraday is known by his work on:

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75. By the pull of moon, the land up and down by as much as

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76. When X-rays are scattered by loosely bound electrons from a graphite target, it is known as:

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77. If the distance between two charges is doubled, the force between them will become:

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78. The product of force and time is called:

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79. The example of insulator is/are:

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80. A bomber drops its bomb when it is vertically above the target. It misses the target due to:

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81. In right hand rule, the direction of the product vector will be?

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82. Relativistic mechanics was developed by:

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83. If you heat a 5 L balloon from a temperature of 250 C to 500 C, its new volume will be:

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84. All motions are:

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85. The initial velocity with which a body projected upward and never comes back is called?

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86. The study of physics involves:

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87. Light has:

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88. The study of physics involves:

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89. Maximum amount of light passes when polarize and analyzer are oriented such that they are:

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90. Amperean path is a:

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91. The number of base units in SI are:

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92. Motion of a projectile is:

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93. The circuits which implement certain operations are called:

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94. A thin film is a transparent medium whose thickness with the wavelength of light are:

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95. Coulomb multiplied by volt gives the unit called:

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96. Machine parts are jammed due to:

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97. Light waves are:

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98. The S.I. unit of angular displacement is:

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99. The example of conductors is/are:

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100. Interference can be produced with the help of two independent sources if the waves coming from them have same:

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  1. I got 86 %marks i hope
    Iam passed the exam of paf test insha allah plz pray for all thankk u

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