# Physics Formal Assessment Lab2 Under Mr Tan

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 36

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This exam covers measuring length and mass. There are only ten items in the test.

• 1.
A measure of how close a value is to the true or accepted value
• A.

Precision

• B.

Accuracy

• C.

Uncertainty

• D.

Significant figures

• E.

Scientific notation

• 2.
A measure of how close a set of data are to one another
• A.

Precision

• B.

Accuracy

• C.

Uncertainty

• D.

Significant figures

• E.

Scientific notation

• 3.
In measuring the thickness of paper, it advisable to use a
• A.

Meterstick

• B.

Ruler

• C.

Measuring tape

• D.

Micrometer

• E.

Thermometer

• 4.
In physics, unit for weight
• A.

Kilograms

• B.

Liters

• C.

Newtons

• D.

Grams

• E.

Quarts

• 5.
The triple beam or platform balance uses the principle
• A.

Springs

• B.

Air resistance

• C.

Density

• D.

Liquid mercury

• E.

Levers

• 6.
What is the volume (in m3 ) of a sphere of radius 9.6 m?
• A.

198

• B.

765

• C.

5022

• D.

1109

• E.

3706

• 7.
A pyramid has a square base of side 4 cm and a height of 9 cm. What is its volume in m3?
• A.

24

• B.

48

• C.

56

• D.

112

• E.

1577

• 8.
Find the volume (in cm3)of a cylinder with radius 7 cm and height 12 cm
• A.

1847.5

• B.

468

• C.

355.2

• D.

2108

• E.

1500

• 9.
If radius = 4 ft and height = 5 ft, what is the volume of a cone in ft3?
• A.

11.2

• B.

36.9

• C.

44.7

• D.

188

• E.

75.4

• 10.
What is the volume of a cube (in cubic meters) if one side of the cube measures 1 meter?
• A.

0

• B.

1

• C.

2

• D.

3

• E.

4

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