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a. Newton’s 3rd Law

b. Newton’s 2nd Law

c. Newton’s 1st Law

2) Water is:

a. An Element

b. A compound

c. A mixture

a. The Temperature at which condensation actually occurs

b. The Temperature at below which condensation occurs

c. The Temperature at above which condensation occurs

a.??

b. Total internal reflection

c.??

5)In a concave mirror, If an object is placed between the focal point and the

pole, the image will be:

a. Real, Inverted and larger

b. Virtual and on the opposite side

c. Real, erect and diminished

6)For a fixed mass of water at sea level ISA conditions and at 10,000ft:

a. The water will boil at a higher temperature than sea level

b. The water will boil at the same temperature as sea level

c. The water will boil at a lower temperature than sea level

a. Positively Charged

b. Negatively Charged

c. It possesses no charge

a. Stress multiplied by Strain

b. Stress divided by strain

c. Strain divided by stress

a.-173

b.273

c.100

a.400 Degrees Celsius

b.450 Degrees Celsius

c.232.2 degrees Celsius

11)Which of the following is an example of a Longitudinal Wave

a. Sound Wave

b. Light Wave

c. Radio Wave

(Take g as 9.8 m/s/s)

a.5g

b.6g

c.7g

13) A ball is dropped from rest. What is its speed after 4 seconds? (Take G

as 10m/s.s)

a. 20m/s

b. 40m/s

c. 80m.s

a. elements in fixed ratios

b. substances which retain their original form

c. two or more substances mingled together

2) A ball is dropped from rest. What is its speed after 3 seconds? (take G as 10m/s.s)

a.90m/s

b.45m/s

c.30m/s

3)A lifting machine moves an effort a distance of 200cm in order to raise a load by .5m.The Velocity

Ratio is:

a.0.25

b.4

c.40

4)A force of 15N is needed to move a body of mass 30kg along a footpath with uniform velocity. Find the

coefficient of Dynamic Friction:-(take g as 10m/s.s)

a.1/20

b.1/2

c.20

5)A motorcycle of mass 400kg is moving at a velocity of 8m/s. Calculate its momentum:

a.320 kgm/s

b.3200 kgm/s

c.50 kgm/s

a.800kg/m3

b.800g/m3

c.80kg/m3

a.8.9

b.89

c.890

8)How does the viscosity of a liquid change with temperature:

a. viscosity of a liquid increases with increasing temperature

b. viscosity of a liquid decreases with increasing temperature

c. Viscosity of a liquid does not change with temperature

a.40 degrees C and 40 degrees F

b.-32 degrees C and 0 degrees F

c.-40 degrees C and -40 degrees F

a. when the object is placed at the centre of curvature

b. when the object is at the focus

c. when the object is inside the focus

a. the object is inside the focus

b. always

c. the object is at the centre of curvature

4N.The resultant is:

a.5N

b.7N

c.1N

a.30 Degrees

b.148 Degrees

c.212 Degrees

a.0.15mJ

b.1500kJ

c.1.5kJ

a. Stress

b. Strain

c. Elasticity

a. Headlights

b. Rear View Mirror

c. Periscope

340m/s:

a.0.34m

b.3.4m

c.0.34km

18)If the speed of a gyro is increased, the force required to precess the gyro

is:

a. Increased

b. Decreased

c. Remains the same

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