Class 12 Physics 2022 Hard Areas MCQs Test

FBISE Federal Board Class 12 Physics 2022 Hard Areas MCQs Test. Do as much practice as you can so that you get good marks in the final exams.


Class 12 Past Papers | Our YouTube Chanel


Class 12 Physics 2022 Hard Areas MCQs Test

/17
267

Class 12 Physics
Past Paper 2022 Hard Areas
Practice MCQs Test

1 / 17

1. The knee voltage for Germanium is:

2 / 17

2. An electromagnetic wave is generated by:

3 / 17

3. Which particle has the shortest wavelength, if all are having the same velocity?

4 / 17

4. The capacitive reactance in a pure capacitive D.C circuit is:

5 / 17

5. A point charge +q is placed at the centre of a cube of side 'a'. The electric flux emerging from the cube is:

6 / 17

6. The process of generating three dimensional image of the object using laser beam is called:

7 / 17

7. When carrying electricity on long distances, step-up transformers are used to:

8 / 17

8. The maximum output power is delivered to a load resistance 'R', when the internal resistance 'r' of the source is equal to:

9 / 17

9. The energy of the electron in the excited state n=3 in hydrogen atom is:

10 / 17

10. The unit of magnetic flux density is:

11 / 17

11. The energy of an electron which accelerate through a potential difference of 1000V is:

12 / 17

12. In transistor, the emitter current, IE is 3.5A and collector current IC is 2.35A. What will be the base current?

13 / 17

13. A wire of uniform cross-sectional area 'A' and length 'L' is cut into two equal parts. The resistance of each part becomes:

14 / 17

14. Work done on a charged particle moving in a uniform magnetic field is:

15 / 17

15. If an object moves with speed of light, its mass will be:

16 / 17

16. Mass equivalent of 931 MeV energy is:

17 / 17

17. If both the length and radius of the rod are doubled, then modulus of elasticity will:

Your score is

0%

Please rate this quiz and give your feedback.


Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *