# Could You Pass This Challenging Physics Test?

17 Questions | Total Attempts: 2689  Settings  This quiz has been made for Physics students and learners. There is a set of 17 questions which you have to answer in a short time, just to check your knowledge and efficiency. It covers topics related to pressure, fluids, and density. So, let's try out the quiz. All the best!

Questions and Answers
• 1.
What is the formula for calculating pressure?
• A.

Force divided by area

• B.

Pressure divided by force

• C.

Mass divided by volume

• 2.
Which of the following is not an example of a fluid?
• A.

Hydrogen

• B.

Oxygen

• C.

Coffee

• D.

Water

• E.

Clay

• 3.
As you climb higher up a mountain, air pressure would:
• A.

Increase

• B.

Decrease

• C.

Stay the same

• 4.
An increase in the depth of water creates what kind of change in water pressure?
• A.

Decrease

• B.

Increase

• C.

No change

• 5.
One pascal is equal to:
• A.

1 Newton of force per square mile

• B.

1 Newton of force per square meter

• C.

1 Newton of force per square second

• D.

1 Newton of force per square inch

• 6.
Which of the following is not an example of a hydraulic system?
• A.

Brakes of a car

• B.

Ladder of a fire truck

• C.

Car Jack

• D.

Computer

• 7.
What force makes you feel lighter in the water?
• A.

Centripital force

• B.

Force of gravity

• C.

Buoyant force

• D.

Force pump

• 8.
The amount of matter in an object is called:
• A.

Volume

• B.

Area

• C.

Mass

• D.

Length

• 9.
The amount of space an object takes up is called:
• A.

Volume

• B.

Area

• C.

Mass

• D.

Length

• 10.
What is the formula for density?
• A.

Force divided by area

• B.

Pressure divided by force

• C.

Mass divided by volume

• D.

Volume divided by force

• 11.
Which of the following is the Archimedes principle?
• A.

When force is applied to a confined fluid, an increase in pressure is transmitted equally to all parts of the fluid.

• B.

The buoyant force of an object is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by an object.

• C.

Water pressure increases as depth increases.

• D.

Air pressure decreases as elevation increases.

• 12.
In order for an object to float in a container of water its density must be:
• A.

Greater than 1 gram per cubic centimeter

• B.

Less than 1 gram per cubic centimeter

• C.

Equal to 1 gram per cubic centimeter

• 13.
In order for an object to sink in a container of water, its density must be:
• A.

Greater than 1 gram per cubic centimeter

• B.

Less than 1 gram per cubic centimeter

• C.

Equal to 1 gram per cubic centimeter

• 14.
If an object has a mass of 50g and a volume of 10 cubic centimetres, what would be its density?
• A.

5 g/cc

• B.

50 g/cc

• C.

10 g/cc

• D.

2 g/cc

• 15.
If an object has a mass of 4 grams and a volume of 8 cubic centimetres, what would be its density?
• A.

5 g/cc

• B.

.5 g/cc

• C.

4 g/cc

• D.

8 g/cc

• 16.
If an object has a density of .04 g/cc and it is put in a container of water, what would happen to it? (hint: Water has a density of 1 g/cc)
• A.

It would sink

• B.

It would float

• C.

It would neither sink nor float

• 17.
If an object has a density of 14g/cc and it is put in a container of water, what would happen to it? (hint: Water has a density of 1g/cc)
• A.

It would sink

• B.

It would float

• C.

It would neither sink nor float.

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