# Midterms In Physical Science

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• 1.
The skill of converting one unit to another
• A.

Dimensional analysis

• B.

Conversion

• C.

Experimentation

• D.

Measurement

• E.

Assessment

• 2.
The type of unit that can be measured directly
• A.

Basic

• B.

Applied

• C.

Derived

• D.

Fundamental

• E.

Vector

• 3.
Which of the following statements about force are NOT correct ?
• A.

It is related to mass and acceleration

• B.

Is a push or pull

• C.

Always result to a change is motion and position

• D.

Is needed to do work

• E.

Can use Newton as unit

• 4.
Which of the following refers to the Pascal's principle?
• A.

When a body is completely or partially immersed in fluid, it experiences an apparent loss of weight

• B.

An axternal force applied to a confined fluid is transmitted undiminished to all points of the liquid

• C.

The velocity of the fluid increases with the width of the opening

• D.

As the speed of the moving fluid increses, the pressure in it decreases

• E.

The fluid always exerts unequal pressure in an area

• 5.
Refers to the apparent resistance an object offers to change in its motion
• A.

Friction

• B.

Mass

• C.

Inertia

• D.

Weight

• E.

Work

• 6.
The gravitational force exerted by the earth on an object
• A.

Friction

• B.

Mass

• C.

Weight

• D.

Newton

• E.

Work

• 7.
The measure of an object's manifested inertia is____________.
• A.

Friction

• B.

Mass

• C.

Newton

• D.

Weight

• E.

Work

• 8.
The customary system is pound while the SI unit for force is____________.
• A.

Newton

• B.

Psi

• C.

Ppm

• D.

Candela

• E.

Mol

• 9.
The acceleration of an object is equal to the net force applied to it
• A.

Law of interaction

• B.

Law of universal gravitation

• C.

Law of inertia

• D.

Law of acceleration

• E.

Law of conservation of momentum

• 10.
Pushing a table on a frozen lake results in a person and table moving in opposite sides
• A.

Law of interaction

• B.

Law of universal gravitation

• C.

Law of inertia

• D.

Law of conservation of momentum

• E.

Law of acceleration

• 11.
When a spring is cut, the object with a greater mass moves away at a lower speed
• A.

Law of acceleration

• B.

Law of conservation of momentum

• C.

Law of inertia

• D.

Law of universal gravitation

• E.

Law of interaction

• 12.
Every object attracts every object with a force directly proportional to both their masses and inversely proportional to the distance between them
• A.

Law of inertia

• B.

Law of interaction

• C.

Law of universal gravitation

• D.

Law of conservation of momentum

• E.

Law of acceleration

• 13.
The study of the earth's surface and the distribution of raw materials into its regions
• A.

Lithology

• B.

Geography

• C.

Paleontology

• D.

Limnology

• E.

Ecology

• 14.
This data refers to features like texture, odor, and appearance.
• A.

Variable

• B.

Qualitative

• C.

Quantitative

• D.

Constant

• E.

Scalar

• 15.
A temporary working explanation to a problem
• A.

Theory

• B.

Assumption

• C.

Conclusion

• D.

Law

• E.

Hypothesis

• 16.
A statement of general truth that becomes clear by the study of organized facts
• A.

Theory

• B.

Assumption

• C.

Conclusion

• D.

Assumption

• E.

Hypothesis

• 17.
These are digits known with certainty plus the first uncertain digit
• A.

Sign numbers

• B.

Infinite

• C.

Significant

• D.

Scientific notation

• E.

Numeric data

• 18.
Round off  5.85678 to two significant figures
• A.

5.9

• B.

5.8

• C.

5.80

• D.

5.85

• E.

5.00

• 19.
The measure of the amount of matter contained in an object
• A.

Density

• B.

Mass

• C.

Volume

• D.

Pressure

• E.

Substance

• 20.
The number of significant figures in 5.0x 104
• A.

Four

• B.

Two

• C.

Zero

• D.

Three

• E.

Five

• 21.
An area of Physics concerned with the concepts of photoelectric effect and x-rays
• A.

Optics

• B.

Mechanics

• C.

Nuclear

• D.

Thermodynamics

• E.

Heat

• 22.
The energy associated with a change in motion and direction
• A.

Heat

• B.

Nuclear

• C.

Kinetics

• D.

Chemical

• E.

Mechanical

• 23.
Energy that is carried by electrical charges
• A.

Nuclear

• B.

Electromagnetic

• C.

Current

• D.

Mechanical

• E.

Chemical

• 24.
The BPSU Hymn lyrics'  9th word
• A.

Lahi

• B.

Dukha

• C.

Banal

• D.

Tayo

• E.

Bayani

• 25.
The University Vision's 8th word
• A.

Asia Pacific Region

• B.

Asian

• C.

Country

• D.

Philippines

• E.

South East Asia

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