# Speed Of Light Trivia Quiz

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 153  Settings  The speed of light is considered a constant. It is defined as the speed at which light travels through any material or space. The speed of light through a vacuum has been the center of the universal physical constant that is important in many areas of Physics. Speed through a vacuum is the highest speed at which all matters can travel through the vacuum. Are you aware of the speed of light? Try this quiz.

• 1.
Which of these does speed of light serve as that no any other constants serve as?
• A.

Limit of velocity

• B.

Distance of the Universe

• C.

Basic unit of distance

• D.

Central distance of the Earth

• 2.
Which of these denotes the speed of light through a vacuum?
• A.

S

• B.

C

• C.

K

• D.

T

• 3.
Which of these travel with the speed of light in a vacuum?
• A.

Air

• B.

Gravitational waves

• C.

Man in space

• D.

Electronic Train

• 4.
What is the exact value of the speed of light?
• A.

300,000 m/s

• B.

186,000 m/s

• C.

299,792,458 m/s

• D.

3,000,000 m/s

• 5.
How many miles does light travel per hour?
• A.

689,000,000

• B.

671,000,000

• C.

780,000,000

• D.

800,000,000

• 6.
What is the term given to the ratio between speed of light in a vacuum and the speed of light through any material?
• A.

Light Ratio

• B.

Light Years

• C.

Refractive Index

• D.

Speed difference

• 7.
What does represent in the formula, n = c / v?
• A.

Refractive Index

• B.

Light Years

• C.

Average speed of light

• D.

Distance travelled by light in vacuum

• 8.
C was derived as a constant from which of these Latin words?
• A.

Cupio

• B.

Cutis

• C.

Coemo

• D.

Celeritas

• 9.
Which of these was an alternate symbol for the speed of light?
• A.

V

• B.

S

• C.

U

• D.

μ

• 10.
What does E stand for in E=mc²?
• A.

Einstein's constant

• B.

Energy

• C.

Elasticity

• D.

Electric Impulse

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