# Physics Try Out 10 Grade

40 Questions | Total Attempts: 331  Settings  • 1.
A student is trying to find the density of water and of a large, regularly-shaped solid. Which apparatus is needed to find the density of  both?
• A.

A. clock, ruler, string

• B.

B. balance, measuring cylinder, ruler

• C.

C. balance, measuring cylinder, string

• D.

D. balance, clock, ruler

• 2.
Precise and accurate
• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

• D.

D

• 3.
A scientist needs to determine the volume of a small, irregularly shaped rock sample. Only a rule and a measuring cylinder, partially filled with water, are available. To determine the volume, which apparatus should the scientist use?
• A.

A. neither the measuring cylinder nor the rule

• B.

B. the rule only

• C.

C. both the measuring cylinder and the rule

• D.

D. the measuring cylinder only

• 4.
Which is the value of a vector quantity?
• A.

A. 100 V

• B.

B. 300 kg/m3

• C.

C.   20 m/s, to the east

• D.

D.   25 J/(kg °C)

• 5.
Which property of a body can be measured in newtons?
• A.

A. density

• B.

B. weight

• C.

C. mass

• D.

D. volume

• 6.
Measurement: first point is 2 cm, second point is 15 cm, third point is 28 cm, increment of the ruler 1 cm
• A.

28

• B.

14

• C.

15

• D.

13

• 7.
Calculate the density of mercury if 500 cm3 has a mass of 6.0 kg.
• A.

A.   1.2 g/cm3

• B.

B. 12.0 g/cm3

• C.

C.   3.0 g/cm3

• D.

D. 30.0 g/cm3

• 8.
An object of mass 100 g is immersed in water as shown in the diagram. What is the density of the material from which the object is made?
• A.

2.5 g/cm3

• B.

0.25 g/cm3

• C.

250 g/cm3

• D.

25 g/cm3

• 9.
The precision of a vernier calipers is _______ millimetres?
• A.

10

• B.

0.1

• C.

1

• D.

0.01

• 10.
Vernier calipers are used to measure a wooden cube as shown. What is the width of the cube as recorded by the vernier scale?
• A.

1.6 mm

• B.

2.6 mm

• C.

8.0 mm

• D.

11.4 mm

• 11.
The diagram below shows part of a micrometer screw gauge. What is the reading shown?
• A.

4.01 mm

• B.

4.5

• C.

4.51

• D.

4.60

• 12.
The diagram below shows part of a micrometer screw gauge. What is the reading shown?
• A.

5.37 mm

• B.

6.37 mm

• C.

5.87 mm

• D.

5.537

• 13.
The diagram below shows part of a micrometer screw gauge. What is the reading shown?
• A.

2.23 mm

• B.

2.53 mm

• C.

2.73 mm

• D.

3.23 mm

• 14.
A student used a vernier caliper to measure the diameter of a wooden cylinder. The diagram shows an enlargement of the caliper scales. What reading was recorded?
• A.

0.42 cm

• B.

2.60 cm

• C.

0.62 cm

• D.

1.64 cm

• 15.
The precision of a micrometer screw gauge is  _____ mm
• A.

0.01

• B.

0.1

• C.

0.001

• D.

1

• 16.
Which one do you like?
• A.

6 cm3

• B.

14 cm3

• C.

30 cm3

• D.

70 cm3

• 17.
A car accelerates from traffic lights. The graph shows how the cars speed changes with time. How far does the car travel before it reaches a steady speed?
• A.

A.   10 m

• B.

B.   20 m

• C.

C. 100 m

• D.

D. 200 m

• 18.
What happened during A to B point?
• A.

A. not moving

• B.

B. moving at constant speed

• C.

C. increasing speed at a constant rate

• D.

D. moving at 10 m/s2 acceleration

• 19.
Look at the graph below. What about the speed of this motion?
• A.

A. constant speed

• B.

B. constant distance

• C.

C. constant acceleration

• D.

D. all of the above

• 20.
The speed-time graph shows the movement of a car. What does the shaded area of the graph represent?
• A.

A. the average acceleration of the car

• B.

B. the average speed of the car

• C.

C. the total distance traveled by the car

• D.

D. the total travelling time of the car

• 21.
Distance vs time graph
• A.

P

• B.

Q

• C.

R

• D.

S

• 22.
Speed vs time graph
• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

• D.

D

• 23.
Which property of a body cannot be changed if a force is applied to it?
• A.

A. its mass

• B.

B. its shape

• C.

C. its velocity

• D.

D. its size

• 24.
Newton Law
• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

• D.

D

• 25.
Calculate the momentum of a car of mass 600 kg moving at 25 m/s.
• A.

15000 kg.m/s

• B.

150 kg.m/s

• C.

1500 kg.m/s

• D.

15 kg.m/s Back to top