# NEET UG Physics Kinetics and Measurement MCQs

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## Kinetics and Measurement NEET Physics MCQ

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### Kinetics and Measurement MCQ Questions with Answers

Rule for determining number of significant figures
• All the non - zero digits are significant
• All the zeros between two non zero digits are significant no matter where the decimal point is it at all.
• If the number is less then 1 then zeros on the right of decimal point but to the left of the first non - zero digit are not significant.
• In a number without decimal point the zeros on the right side of the last non zero digit are not significant.
• Dimensions and Dimensional formulas.
• The expression of a physical quantity with appropriate powers of M, L, T, K, A etc is called the dimensional formula of that physical quantity.
• The power of exponents of M, L, T, K, A are called dimensions of that quantity.

MCQ Questions

For the answer of the following questions choose the correct alternative from among the given ones.
Physics - scope and Excitement
- Physics, Technology and society.
- Fundamental sources of nature.
- Nature of Physical laws

1. Physics is one of the basic disciplines in the category of _____ sciences.
(A) Astro (B) Natural (C) Space (D) Genetic

2. ‘Physics’ comes from a _____ word meaning nature
(A) Hindi (B) German (C) Greek (D) Sanskrit

3. Mechanics and newton’s motion laws as _____ laws dependad.
(a) liner momentum (b) Energy conservation
(c) Gravitational (d) Charge conservation

4. What is the approximate value of the Radious of a nucleus ?
(a) 10–14m (b) 10–31m (c) 10–19m (d) 10–15m

5. The scope for ratio of length is in order to _____
(a) 10–40 (b) 1040 (c) 1020 (d) 1030

6. The range of time scale is about ______
(a) 10–10 sec to 1026 sec (c) 10–15 sec to1015 sec
(b) 10–22 sec to 1018 sec (d) 1020 sec to1025 sec

7. Birth, evolution and death of stars etc. are studid in branch of physics known as _____
(a) Thermodynamics (c) Astro physics
(b) Quantam physics (d) Electronics

8. ______ is a branch of physics in wich heat engine and refrigeratior efficiency is studied.
(a) optics (b) Thermodynamics (c) Mechanics (d) Quantom physics

9. What is full name of LHC
(a) Large hadron collider (c) Large heavy cullent
(b) Large hadron cullent (d) Light heavy cullent

10. The range of mass varies from _____
(a) 10–15 kg to1026kg (b) 10–20 kg to1028kg (c) 10–30 kg to1055kg (d) 10–20 kg to1020kg

11. Length of Galaxies is in order of _____
(a) 1026m (b) 1036m (c) 1028m (d) 10–14m

12. The approximate value of charge of an electron is ______
(a) 10–18c (b) 10-15c (c) 10–38c (d) 10–19c

13. The universe is made up of _____
(a) matter only (b) radiation only (c) vaccum (d) matter and radiation

14. Nucleus of molecule is made up of wich fundamental constituents ?
(a) only Electron (c) Electron and Proton
(b) Proton and neutron (d) Electron and neutron

15. In the development of nenotechnology and biotechnology _____ have played a vital role.
(a) ECG (b) ESR (c) NMR (d) AFM

16. What is full form of AFM ?
(a) Atomatic force mioroscope (c) Atomatic fire microscope
(b) Atomic force mirror (d) Atomic force microscope

17. What is full name of ECG ?
(a) Electron cardiograph (c) Electron colour gram
(b) Electro cardiograph (d) Electric colour graph

18. What is full name of ESR ?
(a) Electric space Radar (c) Electron spin Resonance
(b) Electron space Range (d) Electric spin Resonance

19. What is full name of NMR ?
(a) Nuclear magnetic Resonance (c) Nuclear mega Radar
(b) Neutron mega Resonance (d) Nuclear micro Radar

20. _____ deals with electric charge and magnatic phenomenna
(a) Dynamics (b) Electro dynamic (c) Themodynamic (d) Mechanis

21. At present state, there are _____ fundamental forces in nature.
(a) six (b) four (c) two (d) five

22. When charges are at rest the force is given by ______ law.
(a) coulomb’s (b) Newton’s (c) Ampere’s (d) Faraday’s

23. The ______ force is the force of mutual attraction between any two objects by virtue of their masses.
(a) Weak (b) Electromagnetic (c) Nuclear (d) Gravitational

24. The ______ force is the strongest of all fundamental forces.
(a) nuclear (b) Electromagnetic (c) Gravitational (d) Weak nuclear

25. Electromagnetic force is ________
(a) attractive force only (c) repulsive force only
(b) attractive and repulsive force (d) a short range force

26. Which of the following force binds The particle in the nucleons ?
(a) Electromagnetic force (b) Strong force (c) Gravitational force (d) Weak force

27. Electromagnetic force is ______ range force
(a) Short (b) long (c) medium (d) very short

28. Quarks - Quarks force is produced between -
(a) Proton - neutron (b) proton - proton (c) neutron - neutron (d) (a),(b), (c) are true

29. Which partical are emitted during the β decay from the nucleus ?
(a) neutron and proton (c) electron and neutrino
(b) electron and neutron (d) electron and proton

30. _____ and _____ law’s are called inverse square law
(a) Gravitation and weak (c) Coulomb’s and strong
(b) Gravitation and coulomb’s (d) Electromagnetic and coulomb’s

31. Which property of object is responsible for the electric force ?
(a) electric charge (b) pressure (c) volume (d) mass

32. Which property of object is responsible for the Gravitational force.
(a) electric charge (b) mass (c) pressure (d) volume

33. How much times is the strong nuclear force stronger then weak nuclear force ?
(a) 1013 (b) 102 (c) 10–13 (d) 10–2

34. How much times is the strong nuclear force stronger then electro magnatic force ?
(a) 1013 (b) 102 (c) 10–13 (d) 10–2

35. How much times is the electromagnatic force stronger then Gravitational force
(a) 1013 (b) 10–13 (c) 1036 (d) 10–36

36. Who has unified electromagnetism and optics ?
(a) Newton (b) Maxwell (c) Coulomb (d) Faraday

37. Who has unified terrestrial and celestial domains under a common law of Gravitational
(a) Newton (b) Maxwell (c) Coulomb (d) Farady

38. The weak nuclear force, Gravitational force and electromagnatic force are A, B and C Respectively then _____
(a) C > A > B (b) C > A < B (c) B > A > C (d) C < A < B

39. Range of weak nuclear force is _____
(a) 10–15km (b) 10–14km (c) 10–18km (d) 10–20km

40. Strong nuclear force close not exist on ____
(a) Proton (b) nuclear (c) neutron (d) electron

41. The force acting between two point charges kept at a certain distance is F1 Now magnitude of charge are double and distance between them is double. The force acting between them is F2 find out the ratio of F2/F1 = _____
(a) 16 : 1 (b) 1: 16 (c) 1: 1 (d) 1: 8

42. If the resulting external force acting on system is zero then _____ of the system is constant and if the resultant external torque acting on a system is zero then _____ of the system is constart.
(a) total energy, angularmomentum (c) linermomentam, energy
(b) liner momentam, angularmomentum (d) angular and linear momentam

43. Space is homogeneous and isotropic so ______law of servation is the result of this
(a) linear and angular momentum (c) energy and charge
(b) angular and linear momentum (d) charge and energy

44. Time is homogeneous so ____ law of conserbation is the result of this
(a) angular momentum (b) linear momentum (c) energy (d) charge

45. The basic reason behind existance of which conseration of law is still not known ?
(a) angular momentum (c) energy
(b) linear momentum (d) charge

49. becquerel is a ____ unit and its symbol is ______
(a) supplementary, Bq (b) fundamental, Bq (c) derived, Bq (d) derived, Bv

50. How many fundamental units are there in SI system ?
(a) 5 (b) 7 (c) 6 (d) 4

51. Which of the following physical quantity is fundamental ?
(a) viscosity (b) velocity (c) force (d) time

52. Poise is the unit of
(a) viscosity (b) velocity (c) force (d) time

53. Which unit of physical quantity remains same for all unit system ?
(a) meter (b) second (c) ampere (d) kilogram

54. Which of the following system of unit is not based on only units of mass length and time.
(a) SI (b) MKS (c) CGS (d) FPS

55. Which of the following symbol of unit does not follow practical norms for the use of SI system?
(a) Kg (b) kg. (c) k (d) A

56. Why derive luminous intensity simbol form of SI system ?
(a) cd (b) Cd (c) cd. (d) CD

75. Unit of momentum physical quantity ?
(a) newton - second (b) newton/second (c) Jule (d) Jule/second

76. Light year is a unit of _____
(a) Mass (b) volume (c) density (d) Distance

77. Joule/seed is the unit of _____
(a) Work (b) angular momentum (c) Pressure (d) Energy

78. The SI unit of momentum is ______
(a) kg × newton (b) kg m–2s2 (c) kg m–1 (d) kg ms–1

79. Volt/meter is the unit of ______
(a) Work (b) viscosity (c) Electric fild intensity (d) velosity

108. The number of significant figures in 0.000150 is ______
(a) 3 (b) 5 (c) 2 (d) 4

109. Which of the following numerical value have significant figure 4 ?
(a) 1.011 (b) 0.010 (c) 0.001 (d) 0.100

110. What is the number of significant figures in 5.50 ×103 ?
(a) 2 (b) 7 (c) 3 (d) 4

111. The mass of substance is 75.5 gm and its volume is 25 cm2. It’s density up to the correct significant figure is _____
(a) 3.02 gm/ cm3 (b) 3.200 gm/ cm3 (c) 3.02 gm/ cm3 (d) 3.1gm/ cm3

112. The area of a rectangle of size 1.25× 2.245 cm in significant figure is ______
(a) 2.80625 cm2 (b) 2.81cm2 (c) 2.806 cm2 (d) 2.8062 cm2

113. The significant figures in 500.5000 are ____
(a) 5 (b) 3 (c) 7 (d) 6

114. Addition of measurement 15.225 cm, 7.21 cm and 3.0 cm in significant figure is _____
(a) 25.43 cm (b) 25.4 cm (c) 25.435 cm (d) 25.4350 cm

115. Substract 0.2 J from 7.36 J and express the result with correct number of significant figures.
(a) 7.160 J (b) 7.016 J (c) 7.16 J (d) 7.2 J

116. After rounding of the number 9595 to 3 significant digits the value becomes _____
(a) 9600 (b) 9000 (c) 9590 (d) 9500

117. How many significant numbers are there in (2.30 + 4.70)×105 ?
(a) 3 (b) 4 (c) 2 (d) 5

118. The radius of circle is 1.26 cm. According to the concept of significant figures area of it can be represented as -
(a) 4.9850 cm2 (b) 4.985 cm2 (c) 4.98 cm2 (d) 9.98 cm2

119. If A = 3.331 cm B = 3.3 cm then with regard to significant figure A + B = ______
(a) 6.6 cm (b) 6.31 cm (c) 6.631 cm (d) 6 cm

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