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1. A difference of temperature of 25 C is equivalent to a difference of
(A) 72 F (B) 45 F (C) 32 F (D) 25 F
2. What is the value of absolute temperature on the Celsius Scale ?
(A) -273.15 C (B) 100 C (C) -32 C (D) 0 C
3. The temperature of a substance increases by 27C What is the value of this increase of Kelvin scale?
(A) 30K (B) 2-46K (C) 7 K (D) 27 K
4. At Which temperature the density of water is maximum?
(A) 4 F (B) 42 F (C) 32 F (D) 39.2 F
5. The graph AB Shown in figure is a plot of a temperature of a body in degree Fahrenheit than slope of line AB is
(A) 5/9 (B) 9/5 (C) 1/9 (D) 3/9
6. The temperature on Celsius scale is 25 C What is the corresponding temperature on the Fahrenheit Scale?
(A) 40 F (B) 45 F (C) 50 F (D) 77 F
7. The temperature of a body on Kelvin Scale is found to be x.K. when it is measured by Fahrenheit thermometers. it is found to be xF, then the value of x is .
(A) 313 (B) 301.24 (C) 574-25 (D) 40
8. A Centigrade and a Fahrenheit thermometers are dipped in boiling water-The water temperature is lowered until the Fahrenheit thermometers registered 140 what is the fall in thermometers
(A) 80 (B) 60 (C) 40 (D) 30
9. A uniform metal rod is used as a bas pendulum. If the room temperature rises by 10C and the efficient of line as expansion of the metal of the rod is, 2×10-6 0-1 Cwhat will have percentage increase in the period of the pendulum ?
(A) -2×10-3 (B) 1×10-3 (C) -1×10-3 (D) 2×10-3
10. A gas expands from 1 litre to 3 litre at atmospheric pressure. The work done by the gas is about
(A) 200 J (B) 2 J (C) 300 J
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