# Awesome Quiz On Math

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• 1.
A thermodynamic process that doesn't involve any heat exchange with the outside world has what name?
• A.

Isothermal

• B.

• C.

Isochoric

• D.

Isobaric

• 2.
Which is not a consequence of the Second Law of Thermodynamics?
• A.

Nature Tends Towards Increasing The Number Of Microstates Available To It

• B.

Entropy Never Spontaneously Decreases In A Closed System

• C.

Energy Is Always Conserved In A Closed System

• D.

Heat Engines Cannot Work With 100% Efficiency

• 3.
Which of the following prefixes indicates the smallest amount?
• A.

Pico-

• B.

Nano-

• C.

Zepto-

• D.

Femto-

• 4.
What phenomenon is responsible for the radiation produced by black holes?
• A.

Cosmic String Fragments

• B.

Bottom Quarks

• C.

Antimatter

• D.

Pair Production Quantum Fluctuations

• 5.
A p-type semiconductor is doped with atoms from which group on the periodic table?
• A.

Group VIII

• B.

Group V

• C.

Group IV

• D.

Group III

• 6.
What kind of orbit has a total energy of zero?
• A.

Hyperbolic

• B.

Elliptical

• C.

Circular

• D.

Parabolic

• 7.
What is the correct formula for the period of a pendulum?
• A.

Sina(Gravity+L)

• B.

Cosa(Pi)/(Square Root Of Frequency Times Gravity)

• C.

Two Times Pi(Square Root Of L/|G|)

• D.

There Is No Such Formula

• 8.
What is the difference between the simple harmonic oscillator potential and the Morse potential called?
• A.

Anharmonicity

• B.

Morse Coefficient

• C.

Atomic Differential

• D.

Quantum Displacement

• 9.
During what event did Schrodinger have his most profound insights into quantum theory?
• A.

In The Chalet On A Ski Weekend.

• B.

In The Gentleman's Washroom.

• C.

While He Was On His First Date.

• D.

Studying Experimental Data In His Office.

• 10.
Solving an apparently impossible problem by multiplying a series of estimates is an example of what?
• A.

Quantum Fluctuation

• B.

Fermi Method

• C.

Newton's Method Of Approximation

• D.

Born-Oppenheimer Approximation

• 11.
Which law states that an object immersed in water experiences an upward force that is equal to the weight of the water displaced by the object?
• A.

Boyle's Law

• B.

Bouyancy Law

• C.

Bernoulli's Principle

• D.

Archimedes' Principle

• 12.
In which emission is the most mass lost?
• A.

Alpha Particles

• B.

Beta Particles

• C.

Gamma Rays

• D.

Neutrons

• 13.
What's the name of the system used to describe climate?
• A.

Dabler System

• B.

Koppen System

• C.

Lyon System

• D.

Crawford System

• 14.
How fast does a rocket have to travel to achieve escape velocity from the earth?
• A.

70 Miles Per Second

• B.

700 Feet Per Second

• C.

7 Miles Per Second

• D.

7 Miles Per Minute

• 15.
Who invented the mercury thermometer?
• A.

Galileo Galilei

• B.

Gregor Mendelev

• C.

Gregorie Celsius

• D.

Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit

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