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Click here for the Answers to Basic Physics questions

1. Q: How many seconds in a minute?

A: 60

B: 70

C: 80

D: 100

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2. Q: How many minutes in one hour?

A: 40

B: 50

C: 60

D: 70

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3. Q: How many meters in a kilometer?

A: 100

B: 1,000

C: 10,000

D: 100,000

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4. Q: How many centimeters in a meter?

A: 1

B: 10

C: 100

D: 1000

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5. Q: How many grams in a kilogram?

A: 50

B: 100

C: 500

D: 1000

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6. Q: How many hours are in a day?

A: 2

B: 12

C: 24

D: 36

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7. Q: Nonzero digits are always significant figures?

A: TRUE

B: FALSE

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8. Q: All final zeros after the decimal points are not significant figures?

A: TRUE

B: FALSE

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9. Q: Zeros between two other significant digits are always significant?

A: TRUE

B: FALSE

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10. Q: Zeros used solely for spacing the decimal point are significant?

A: TRUE

B: FALSE

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11. Q: How many significant digits are there in the number 6.3?

A: 1

B: 2

C: 3

D: 4

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12. Q: How many significant digits are there in the number 0.012?

A: 2

B: 3

C: 4

D: 5

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13. Q: How many significant digits are there in the number 0.0076003?

A: 2

B: 3

C: 4

D: 5

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14. Q: How many significant digits are there in the number .0320?

A: 1

B: 2

C: 3

D: 4

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15. Q: In addition and subtraction, round up your answer to the least precise measurement?

A: TRUE

B: FALSE

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16. Q: In multiplication and division, round it up to the most number of significant digits?

A: TRUE

B: FALSE

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17. Q: Using significant numbers, what does 4.22 * 2.3 = ?

A: 9.706

B: 9.71

C: 9.7

D: 8

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18. Q: The equation y = mx + b describes what kind of relationship between variables x and y?

A: linear

B: quadratic

C: inverse

D: exponential

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19. Q: The equation xy = k where k is a constant describes what kind of relationship between variables x and

y?

A: linear

B: quadratic

C: inverse

D: exponential

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20. Q: In a right-angled triangle, the angle between the Opposite side and the Adjacent side is always 90

degress?

A: TRUE

B: FALSE

Basic Physics: Answers

Back to Science Questions

Click here for the Basic Physics questions

1. Q: How many seconds in a minute?

A: 60

-------------------------------------

2. Q: How many minutes in one hour?

C: 60

-------------------------------------

3. Q: How many meters in a kilometer?

B: 1,000

-------------------------------------

4. Q: How many centimeters in a meter?

C: 100

-------------------------------------

5. Q: How many grams in a kilogram?

D: 1000

-------------------------------------

6. Q: How many hours are in a day?

C: 24

-------------------------------------

7. Q: Nonzero digits are always significant figures?

A: TRUE

-------------------------------------

8. Q: All final zeros after the decimal points are not significant figures?

B: FALSE

-------------------------------------

9. Q: Zeros between two other significant digits are always significant?

A: TRUE

-------------------------------------

10. Q: Zeros used solely for spacing the decimal point are significant?

B: FALSE

-------------------------------------

11. Q: How many significant digits are there in the number 6.3?

B: 2

-------------------------------------

12. Q: How many significant digits are there in the number 0.012?

A: 2

-------------------------------------

13. Q: How many significant digits are there in the number 0.0076003?

D: 5

-------------------------------------

14. Q: How many significant digits are there in the number .0320?

C: 3

-------------------------------------

15. Q: In addition and subtraction, round up your answer to the least precise measurement?

A: TRUE

-------------------------------------

16. Q: In multiplication and division, round it up to the most number of significant digits?

B: FALSE

-------------------------------------

17. Q: Using significant numbers, what does 4.22 * 2.3 = ?

C: 9.7

-------------------------------------

18. Q: The equation y = mx + b describes what kind of relationship between variables x and y?

-------------------------------------

19. Q: The equation xy = k where k is a constant describes what kind of relationship between variables x and

y?

C: inverse

-------------------------------------

20. Q: In a right-angled triangle, the angle between the Opposite side and the Adjacent side is always 90

degress?

A: TRUE

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