# Basic Principles Of Work And Energy! Quiz

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 1751  Settings  In everyday life, Energy is defined as the ability to do work which plays the most crucial role in handling physical work. The theory of work and energy are closely intertwined. Work is done on an object when an applied force moves it through a distance. This quiz has been developed for physics students and learners to test their basic knowledge about Work and Energy concepts. So, let's try out the quiz. All the best!

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• 1.
Mary pushes her cart across the floor with a force of 150N for a distance of 10m. What is the work done on the cart?
• A.

140 joules

• B.

200 joules

• C.

15 joules

• D.

1500 joules

• 2.
If Nancy pushes an object with twice the force for half the distance, she does
• A.

The same work

• B.

Twice the work

• C.

Half the work

• D.

Four times the work

• 3.
How much work is done on a 10kg rock that you lift 10m straight up?
• A.

500 joules

• B.

10 joules

• C.

1000 joules

• D.

1 joule

• 4.
Change in quality of environment that can be harmful and unpleasant for living things is called
• A.

Energy

• B.

Pollution

• C.

Revolution

• D.

Transformation

• 5.
The energy possessed by a body due to its position is called its
• A.

Heat energy

• B.

Kinetic energy

• C.

Potential energy

• D.

Chemical energy

• 6.
Work is being done only when a force is _______________ an object.
• A.

with

• B.

Moving

• C.

Next to

• D.

Stationary

• 7.
Work is done when a force moves an object a certain ______________
• A.

Distance

• B.

Way

• C.

Energy

• D.

Temperature

• 8.
When a force acting on a body displaces it in direction of a force then
• A.

Uniform velocity occurs

• B.

Uniform speed occurs

• C.

Work is done

• D.

Equilibrium take place

• 9.
When a moving object has the energy of motion it has this type of energy.
• A.

Potential energy

• B.

High energy

• C.

Kinetic energy

• D.

Ransfer energy

• 10.
A moving car possesses
• A.

Sound energy

• B.

Mechanical energy

• C.

Heat energy

• D.

Chemical energy