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TUTORIAL 1 - LESSON 1 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS

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Chapter 1 – Introduction to Physics

1

Which one of the following is

not

a base quantity?

A

Length

B

Weight

C

Current

D

Time

2

Which one of the following is

not

a baseunit?

A

Celsius

B

Ampere

C

Kilogram

D

Second

3

All derived quantities can be derived from basequantities by

A

addition operation or subtraction operation

B

addition operation or subtraction operation or both

C

multiplication operation or division operation

D

multiplication operation or division operation or both

4

The S.I. base unit for mass is

A

gram

B

miligram

C

kilogram

D

mikrogram

5

Which one of the base quantities is not involve in force?

A

Length

B

Time

C

Temperature

D

Mass

6

Which of the derived quantities is the combination of a base quantities only?

A

Force

B

Volume

C

Acceleration

7

Which one of the following pairs of derived quantities is true?

A

Work and mass

B

Force and current

C

Pressure and temperature

D

Weight and potential difference

8

Which of the following physical quantities is abase quantity

A

The weight of an astronaut on the Moon’s surface is 10 N.

B

The velocity of a cyclist rides a bicycle is 70 km h

-1

C

The perimeter of a field is 380 m

D

The power of a lamp is 60 W.

9

Which one of the base quantities is

not

involve in acceleration?

A

Length

B

Mass

C

Time

10

Which one of the following apparatus is notbe used to measure the density of a metal cube?

A

Ruler

B

Stop watch

C

Triple beam balance

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Chapter 1 – Introduction to Physics

11

Which one of the following derived quantities contains length and time only?

A

Velocity

B

Momentum

C

Force

D

Pressure

12

Which one of the following is true?Physicalquantity Type of physicalquantityS.I. Unit

A

MomentumDerived quantityKg m s-

2

B

TemperatureBase quantity

o

C

C

WorkDerived quantitykg m

2

s-

2

D

AreaBase quantitym

2

13

The kinetic energy of a moving object is given by

E = ½ m v

2

where

m

= mass and

v

= velocity. The number of the base quantitiesinvolve in the kinetic energy ,

E

is

A

1

B

2

C

3

14

Which of the following pairs of physical quantities and S.I. units is true? Physicalquantity S.I. unit

A

Areafoot squared

B

WeightKilogram

C

PowerJoules per minute

D

DensityKilograms per metre cubed

15

Which one of the following is true?

A

The S.I. units of charge is A s

B

The S.I. units of volume is cm

3

C

The S.I. units of velocity is km j

- 1

D

The S.I. units of acceleration is cm s

- 2

16

A physical quantity is given by

M = ¾ e d

2

where the unit of

e

is unit kilogram and the unit of

d

is metre. The units of

M

are

A

kg

2

m

B

kg

- 2

m

C

kg m

2

D

kg m

- 2

17

The period of oscillation for an inertial balance is given by

T

2

= k m

where

T

= The period of oscillation and the unit is s ,

m

= Mass and the unit is kg

k

= constant

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Chapter 1 – Introduction to Physics

The units of

k

are

A

kg s

2

B

kg

- 1

s

2

C

kg s

D

kg

- 2

s

-1

18

Which of the following quantity is a scalar quantity.

A

Weight

B

Volume

C

Force

D

Acceleration

19

Which of the following quantity is a vector quantity.

A

Work

B

Power

C

Velocity

D

Distance

20

Which one of the following pairs of vector quantities is true?

A

Impulse and area

B

Power and pressure

C

Weight andvelocity

21

(a)The current flows through a metal conductor is defined by the equation

current = chargetime

Based on the equation, which of the quantities above are(i) base quantities......................................................................................................................(ii) derived quantities.......................................................................................................................(b)What are the S.I.units of charge?...............................................................................................................................

22

The power of a student to run up a stair is given by the equation

Power = force X displacementtime

(a)State the base quantities contain in the equation above.................................................................................................................................

b)

State the power in term of base quantities...................................................................................................................................

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