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Heat Capacity: Physics Quiz

MCQ: In kitchen, cook heats up milk from 20 °C to 30 °C with thermal energy of 2000 J. heat capacity of milk is

  1. 100 J K-1
  2. 200 J K-1
  3. −100 J K-1
  4. −200 J K-1


Temperature Scales Quiz

MCQ: A scientist tries to find temperature with a laboratory thermometer which is unmarked, its values are l100 58 cm and l0 is 8 cm. If lθ is 48 cm, temperature of thermometer would be

  1. 20 °C
  2. 40 °C
  3. 60 °C
  4. 80 °C


Energy, Work and Power Quiz

MCQ: Energy in relevance to time is related to

  1. Efficiency
  2. Work
  3. Power
  4. Force


Physics of Light Quiz

MCQ: True statement about reflection is

  1. Incident ray, reflective ray and the normal lies at a different point
  2. angle of incidence is not equal to angle of reflection
  3. the point on which the ray touches the mirror is called critical point
  4. the angle of reflection is equal to the angle of incidence


Temperature Scales Quiz

MCQ: Ice point is equal to 273 K, which is equal to

  1. −273 °C
  2. 273 °C
  3. 0 °C
  4. 100 °C