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Punjab 10th Class Physics Chapter 4 Electrostatics Mcqs Test Online

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Ch.4 # Electrostatics

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Punjab 10th Class Physics Chapter 4 Electrostatics Mcqs Test Online

Punjab 10th Class Physics Chapter 4 Electrostatics Mcqs Test Online

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Physics

1. The Coulomb’s law is valid for the charges which are:
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2. Similar charges always:

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3. Which is not insulator?
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4. Used as dielectric:
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5. Which is not conductor?
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Question 6 of 20

6. Two charged spheres are separated by 2mm. Which of the following would produce the greatest attractive force?
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7. When positive charge of 2 coulombs is placed at a point in an electric field, it experience a force of 6N. The intensity of electric at this point is:
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8. Capacitance is defined as:
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9. The force which is attractive as well as repulsive is:
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Question 10 of 20

10. Which is used for tuning a radio?
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Question 11 of 20

11. A positive electric charge:

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12. Five joules of work is needed to shift 10C of charge from one place to another. The potential difference between the places is:
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13. When a glass rod is rubbed with silk it becomes:
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14. Electric field lines
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15. The distance between two point charges is 20 cm. If the distance is reduced to 10 cm, the coulomb force would become:
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16. Two uncharged objects A and B are rubbed against each other. When object B is placed near a negatively charged object C, the two objects repel each other. Which of these statements is true about object A?
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17. An object gains excess negative charge after being rubbed against another object, which is:
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18. According to Coulomb’s law, what happens to the attraction of two oppositely charged objects as their distance of separation increases?
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Question 19 of 20

19. A positive and a negative charge are initially 4 cm apart. When they are moved closer together so that they are now only 1cm apart, the force between them is:
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Question 20 of 20

20. When you rub a plastic rod against your hair several times and put it near some bits of paper, the pieces of papers are attracted towards it. What does this observation indicate?
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