# Science Quiz: Fundamentals Of Physics

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• 1.
Definition of derived quantities:
• A.

Physical quantity that cannot be derived from other physical quantities.

• B.

Physical quantities that are derived from the combinations of base quantities through multiplication or division or both these operations.

• C.

Physical quantity with magnitude only.

• D.

Physical quantity that has both magnitude and direction.

• 2.
Which of the following is NOT the vector quantity?
• A.

Energy

• B.

Acceleration

• C.

Weight

• D.

Force

• 3.
Definition of accuracy:
• A.

Ability to respond quickly to small change in the value of a measurement.

• B.

Ability to register the same reading when a measurement is repeated.

• C.

The ability of an instrument to give values of measurement that are close to the actual value.

• D.

The difference between the real value and the observed value.

• 4.
................. in experimental measurements are caused by unknown and unpredictable changes in an experiment.
• A.

Zero error

• B.

Systematic error

• C.

Parallax error

• D.

Random error

• 5.
Which of the following are TRUE about speed? (Answers MORE THAN ONE)
• A.

Scalar Quantity

• B.

Derived quantity

• C.

Rate of change of displacement

• D.

Rate of change of distance

• E.

Vector quantity

• 6.
Which of the following are TRUE about deceleration? (Answers MORE THAN ONE)
• A.

• B.

The rate of change in velocity.

• C.

Derived Quantity

• D.

Rate of change of distance

• 7.
Energy possessed by an object due to its position or state:
• A.

Renewable energy

• B.

Kinetic energy

• C.

Thermal energy

• D.

Potential Energy

• 8.
The principle of conservation of energy states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, but can be .......... from one form to another.
• 9.
Definition of efficiency:
• A.

Capacity to do work

• B.

Energy cannot be created or destroyed, but can be converted from one form to another.

• C.

The rate at which work is done or energy is transferred.

• D.

Comparison of the useful work energy provided by a machine or system to the work energy applied to the machine or system.

• 10.
Parallax error is an error that arises, when:
• A.

The scale of the measuring instrument does not start from zero.

• B.

The measuring instrument does not have zero scale.

• C.

The observer's eye is not in line to the scale.

• 11.
20000J  of heat is used to increase the temperature of 500g of an object from 30oC to 70oC. What is the specific heat capacity of the object?
• A.

10000J/kgoC

• B.

1000J/kgoC

• C.

500J/kgoC

• D.

250J/kgoC

• 12.
Negative acceleration is also known as ........................
• 13.
An object is said to move with ................... acceleration if its velocity remains constant.
• 14.
Which of the following is NOT applications of Archimedes' Principle?
• A.

Ships

• B.

Hydrometer

• C.

Hot air balloons

• D.

Submarines

• E.

Hydraulics jack

• 15.
A car traveling at 20m/s stops after a distance of 30m. What is its deceleration?
• A.

-1.254m/s2

• B.

-6.667m/s2

• C.

-8.554m/s2

• D.

-8.547m/s2​​​​​​​

• 16.
A car starts off at 5m/s and accelerates at 4m/s2 for 10s. What is its final velocity?
• A.

40m/s

• B.

55m/s

• C.

45m/s

• D.

34m/s

• 17.
If a car is slowing down, the motion of the car can be described as:
• A.

Deceleration

• B.

Aceleration

• C.

Stationary

• D.

Velocity

• 18.
If a car travels at a speed of 60m/s for 2 minutes, what is the acceleration of the car during that period of time.
• A.

Uniform

• B.

Zero

• C.

Increases uniformly

• D.

Decreases uniformly

• 19.
An immersion heater is rated at 1500W. Calculate the time taken for water of 5.0kg to reach its boiling point if the initial temperature of water is 28oC. Given cwater =4200J/kgoC
• A.

126s

• B.

392s

• C.

1008s

• D.

504s

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