# Mechanics and Properties of Matter Multiple Choice Questions and Answers 1 PDF Download

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## MCQ on Mechanics and Properties of Matter Test 1 Quiz PDF Download

MCQ: Tensile strain is equal to

- Force per unit area
- Force per unit volume
- Extension per unit length
- Force per unit length

C

MCQ: In elastic collisions,

- only the total momentum of the colliding objects is conserved.
- only the total kinetic energy is conserved.
- both of the momentum and total kinetic energy are conserved.
- neither momentum of the colliding bodies nor the total kinetic energy are recoverable.

C

MCQ: Total angular momentum of a body is given by

- I × ω; where I: moment of inertia of the body, ω: angular velocity
- I² × ω; where I: moment of inertia of the body, ω: angular velocity
- I² × ω²; where I: moment of inertia of the body, ω: angular velocity
- I × ω²; where I: moment of inertia of the body, ω: angular velocity

A

MCQ: Force that acts on a mass of 1 g and gives it an acceleration of 1 cms^{-2} is defined as

- 1 newton
- 1 dyne
- 1 pound-force
- 1 pa-force

B

MCQ: An object moving in a circle of radius ‘r’ with a constant speed ‘v’ has a constant acceleration towards center equal to

- v²⁄r
- v⁄r
- v²×r
- v×r

A