CBSE Class 11 Physics Units and Measurements MCQs

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Units and Measurements Class 11 Physics MCQ

Class 11 Physics students should refer to the following multiple-choice questions with answers for Units and Measurements in standard 11. These MCQ questions with answers for Grade 11 Physics will come in exams and help you to score good marks

Units and Measurements MCQ Questions Class 11 Physics with Answers

Question :  Which one of the following pairs of quantities and their units is a proper match?

  • a) Magnetic flux – weber
  • b) Capacitance – henry
  • c) Impulse – N/sec
  • d) Power – farad

Answer :  Magnetic flux – weber

 

Question :  One second is defined to be equal to

  • a) 9192631770 periods of the cesium clock
  • b) 1650763.73 periods of the cesium clock
  • c) 652189.63 periods of the krypton clock
  • d) 1650763.73 periods of the krypton clock

Answer :  9192631770 periods of the cesium clock

 

Question :  One yard in SI unit is equal to

  • a) 0.9144 metre
  • b) 1.0936 kilometre
  • c) 1.9144 metre
  • d) 0.09144 kilometre

Answer :  0.9144 metre

 

Question :  One pico farad is equal to

  • a) 10–12 farad
  • b) 10–24 farad
  • c) 10–18 farad
  • d) 10–6 farad

Answer :  10–12 farad

 

Question :  ‘Torr’ is the unit of

  • a) pressure
  • b) volume
  • c) density
  • d) flux

Answer :  pressure

 

Question :  Very large distances such as the distance of a Planet or a star from Earth can be measured by

  • a) Parallax method
  • b) All of these
  • c) Millikan’s oil drop method
  • d) Spectrograph

Answer :  Parallax method

 

Question :  Joule second is a unit of

  • a) angular momentum
  • b) torque
  • c) energy
  • d) power

Answer :  angular momentum

 

Question :  Temperature can be expressed as derived quantity in terms of

  • a) None of these
  • b) mass and time
  • c) length and mass
  • d) length, mass and time

Answer :  None of these

 

Question :  Unit of specific resistance is

  • a) ohm – m
  • b) ohm/m
  • c) ohm m3
  • d) ohm/m2

Answer :  ohm – m

 

Question :  Unit of magnetic moment is

  • a) ampere–metre2
  • b) weber–metre2
  • c) ampere–metre
  • d) weber/metre

Answer :  ampere–metre2 

 

Question :  Dimensional analysis can be applied to

  • a) All of these
  • b) to convert from one system of units to another
  • c) deduce relations among the physical quantities
  • d) check the dimensional consistency of equations

Answer :  All of these

 

Question :  The dimensions of pressure is equal to

  • a) energy per unit volume
  • b) energy
  • c) force
  • d) force per unit volume

Answer :  energy per unit volume

 

Question :  Which is dimensionless?

  • a) Force/acceleration
  • b) Velocity/acceleration
  • c) Energy/work
  • d) Volume/area

Answer :  Force/acceleration

 

Question :  The dimensions of torque are

  • a)

  • b)

  • c)

  • d)

Answer :

 

Question :  The division of energy by time is X. The dimensional formula of X is same as that of

  • a) power
  • b) electric field
  • c) momentum
  • d) torque

Answer :  power

 

Question :  Which of the following is a dimensional constant?

  • a) Gravitational constant
  • b) Dielectric constant
  • c) Refractive index
  • d) Relative density

Answer :  Gravitational constant

 

Question :  The dimensions of mobility are

  • a)

  • b)

  • c) Both
  • d) None of these

Answer :  

 

Question :  The magnitude of the difference between the individual measurement and true value of the quantity is called

  • a) absolute error
  • b) relative error
  • c) None of these
  • d) percentage error

Answer :  absolute error

 

Question :  Systematic errors can be

  • a) either positive or negative
  • b) negative only
  • c) positive only
  • d) None of these

Answer :  either positive or negative

 

Question :  Random error can be eliminated by

  • a) taking large number of observations and then their mean
  • b) measuring the quantity with more than one instrument
  • c) eliminating the cause
  • d) careful observation

Answer :  taking large number of observations and then their mean

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