# AS Level Physics Multiple Choice Questions Test 1 Tests pdf Download

Practice A level physics test 1 with MCQ on uniformly accelerated motion equation test online for learning. Practice as level physics multiple choice questions (MCQ) on uniformly accelerated motion equation, viscosity and friction, magnetic, electric and gravitational fields, centripetal force, a levels physics problems with answers. Free as level physics revision notes has answer key with choices as distance_moved = (initial_velocity × time) + (0.5 × acceleration × time²), final_velocity = initial_velocity + (acceleration × time), final_velocity² = initial_velocity² + (2 × acceleration × distance_moved) and final_velocity = initial_velocity + (2 × acceleration × distance_moved) of multiple choice questions (MCQ) as there are three equations of uniformly accelerated motion, odd one out is to test learning skills. Study to learn uniformly accelerated motion equation quiz questions to practice MCQ based online exam preparation test.

## MCQ on AS Level Physics Test 1 Quiz pdf Download

MCQ. There are three equations of uniformly accelerated motion, odd one out is

- final_velocity = initial_velocity + (acceleration × time)
- distance_moved = (initial_velocity × time) + (0.5 × acceleration × time²)
- final_velocity² = initial_velocity² + (2 × acceleration × distance_moved)
- final_velocity = initial_velocity + (2 × acceleration × distance_moved)

D

MCQ. Kinetic friction is always

- lesser than static friction
- greater than static friction
- equal to static friction
- equal to contact force

A

MCQ. Gravitational potential is always

- positive
- negative
- zero
- infinity

B

MCQ. In order to keep a body moving in a circle, there exists a force on it that is directed toward center of circle. This force is known as

- Centrifugal force
- Centripetal force
- Gravitational Force
- magnetic force

B

MCQ. A rectangle-shaped open-to-sky tank of water has a length of 2 m and a width of 1 m. If atmospheric pressure is assumed to be 100 kPa and thickness of tank walls is assumed to be negligible, force exerted by atmosphere on surface of water is

- 20 kN
- 50 kN
- 100 kN
- 200 kN

D