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MCQ: Thermal energy can be transferred by

  1. conduction only
  2. convection only
  3. conduction and convection
  4. conduction, convection and radiation


MCQ: Total internal reflection occurs when

  1. light passes from a denser to a lighter medium
  2. light comes into air from vacuum
  3. light goes to vacuum from air
  4. light passes from denser to less dense medium


MCQ: If we feel no cold or hot, we call it

  1. temperature constancy
  2. thermal constancy
  3. thermal equilibrium
  4. temperature equilibrium


MCQ: Thermal energy always flows from

  1. a region of higher temperature to a region of lower temperature
  2. a region of lower temperature to a region of higher temperature
  3. a region of high concentration to low concentration
  4. a region of low concentration to high concentration


MCQ: When angle of incidence in denser medium is greater than critical angle, will total internal reflection take place or not?

  1. It will
  2. It won't take place
  3. may take place
  4. it is a property of total external angle