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## Quiz on Latent HeatQuiz PDF Download Worksheet 179

Latent Heat Quiz

MCQ: If we decrease humidity in air, rate of evaporation would

- increase
- decrease
- remain same
- may increase or decrease

A

Mass, Weight and Density Quiz

MCQ: Mass is related to weight by

- W = mv, where m is mass and v is velocity
- W = mg, where m is mass and g is the gravitational pull
- W = vg, where v is velocity and g is the gravitational pull
- W = da, where d is distance and a is acceleration

B

Boiling and Condensation Quiz

MCQ: Change in state of matter from gas to liquid is termed as

- boiling
- solidification
- condensation
- sublimation

C

Heat Capacity: Physics Quiz

MCQ: If heat capacity of a solid is 1500 JK^{-1} and mass is 75 kg. specific heat capacity of solid would be

- 10 J kg
^{-1}°C^{-1} - 20 J kg
^{-1}°C^{-1} - 30 J kg
^{-1}°C^{-1} - 40 J kg
^{-1}°C^{-1}

B

Scalar and Vector Quiz

MCQ: Quantities that have magnitude with direction are termed as

- Scalar quantities
- Vector quantities
- physical quantities
- Derived quantities

B