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Physical Quantities and SI Unit Quiz

MCQ: SI unit for light intensity is

  1. Candela
  2. Watts
  3. Joules
  4. Kelvin


Physics of Light Quiz

MCQ: Choose wrong, size of image formed in a plane mirror

  1. could be taller than the mirror
  2. the height of the image depends on the object distance
  3. the width of the image is the same as of the object
  4. the image height depends on the object height


Moments Quiz

MCQ: Direction about pivot is

  1. Clockwise
  2. Anti-clockwise
  3. Both clockwise and anti-clockwise
  4. Pivot doesn't move


Melting and Solidification Quiz

MCQ: Gold has melting point of

  1. 1020 °C
  2. 1033 °C
  3. 1054 °C
  4. 1067 °C


Electromagnetic Waves Quiz

MCQ: As speed decreases if we change medium of electromagnetic waves from air to water, frequency

  1. also decreases
  2. also increases
  3. remains same
  4. may increase or decrease