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**Equilibrium **

**MCQ 1: **Graph illustrating velocity of the object with time is called

A. velocity-speed graph

B. velocity-time graph

C. speed-time graph

D. velocity-displacement graph

**MCQ 2: **Average acceleration of a body during time interval 't' is given by the slope of its

A. velocity-speed graph

B. velocity-time graph

C. speed-time graph

D. velocity-displacement graph

**MCQ 3: **At a particular instant, the acceleration of a body is called

A. instantaneous acceleration

B. instantaneous velocity

C. instantaneous displacement

D. instantaneous speed

**MCQ 4: **Newton's laws of motion were published in the year

A. 1687

B. 1787

C. 1887

D. 1987

**MCQ 5: **The magnitude of the displacement from initial position to final position is the

A. straight line

B. curved line

C. circle

D. total distance

**MCQ 6: **Height of projectile is given by the formula

A. 2as = Vf² - Vi²

B. 2 = Vf² - Vi²

C. 2s = Vf² - Vi²

D. 2a = Vf² - Vi²

**MCQ 7: **Area-under-graph in a velocity time graph tells us the

A. displacement

B. distance

C. speed

D. distance covered

**MCQ 8: **Rate of change of velocity of the body is represented as

A. (V1 + V2)/t

B. (V1V2)/t

C. (V1-V2)/t

D. (V2-V1)/t

**MCQ 9: **When no kinetic energy is lost, the collision is said to be

A. inelastic

B. perfectly elastic

C. elastic

D. both a and b

**MCQ 10: **2 kg ball moving with the velocity of 5 m s-1 collides with 4 kg ball at rest. The velocities of both balls after collision will be

A. 2.66 and 3.33

B. 1.66 and 4.22

C. 1.66 and 1.33

D. 1.66 and 3.33

**MCQ 11: **Force due to water flow is represented by the formula

A. F = (-m/t)V

B. F = (-t)V

C. F = (-m)V

D. F = (-m/t)

**MCQ 12: **A typical rocket consumes fuel on amount of

A. 8000 kg s-1

B. 9000 kg s-1

C. 10000 kg s-1

D. 11000 kg s-1

**MCQ 13: **Angle that lies between two vectors A = 5 + 1 and B = 2 + 4 is

A. 52

B. 51

C. 50

D. 45

**MCQ 14: **Product of mass and velocity is known as

A. impulse

B. distance

C. momentum

D. velocity

**MCQ 15: **If 'd' is the displacement of body in time 't', then the average velocity will be represented as

A. Vavg = (d/t)

B. Vavg = (t/d)

C. Vavg = (d + t)

D. Vavg = (d-t)

**MCQ 16: **The change from initial position to the final position is called

A. displacement

B. distance

C. speed

D. velocity

**MCQ 17: **At surface of the Earth where air friction is negligible, objects fall with the

A. different acceleration

B. same velocity

C. same acceleration

D. same speed

**MCQ 18: **When a body moves from one position to another the change is called

A. displacement

B. distance

C. acceleration

D. velocity

**MCQ 19: **Typical rocket ejects burnt gases at speeds of over

A. 2000 m s-1

B. 3000 m s-1

C. 3500 m s-1

D. 4000 m s-1

**MCQ 20: **The time rate of change of displacement is known as

A. displacement

B. distance

C. speed

D. velocity

**MCQ 21: **Time of flight of the body is given by the formula

A. t = 2vi × (sin/g)

B. t = (2Vi + sin)/g

C. t = (2Vi - sin)/g

D. t = 2vi/g

**MCQ 22: **F = ma, this equation is referred to as newton's

A. second law

B. first law

C. third law

D. fourth law

**MCQ 23: **A ball is thrown from height of 10m with the velocity 21 m s-1, it will hit the ground at

A. 30 m s-1

B. 31 m s-1

C. 32 m s-1

D. 35 m s-1

**MCQ 24: **From the equations of distance, correct one is

A. Vf = Vi + 2as

B. Vf² = Vi² + as

C. Vf² = Vi² + 2a

D. Vf² = Vi² + 2as

**MCQ 25: **Range of projectile will be minimum if angle of the projectile is

A. 0

B. 30

C. 60

D. 75

**MCQ 26: **Mass of the object is quantitative measure of its inertia stated law is newton's

A. first law

B. Second law

C. third law

D. fourth law

**MCQ 27: **Time rate of change of momentum of a body is equal to

A. displacement

B. applied force

C. speed

D. velocity

**MCQ 28: **Rate of change of velocity of the body is said to be

A. displacement

B. distance

C. acceleration

D. velocity

**MCQ 29: **Inelastic collision is the collision in which kinetic energy is

A. conserved

B. not conserved

C. increases

D. decreases

**MCQ 30: **Every action has an equal and opposite reaction

is Newton's

A. first law

B. second law

C. third law

D. fourth law

**MCQ 31: **The equation d

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