Physics 10 Unit 13 MCQs Tests

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Physics 10 Unit 13 MCQs Tests


Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Class 10 Physics

Chapter 13

Practice MCQs Test No 1

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An object gain excess negative charge after being rubbed against another ______ object.

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An insulating rod is charged positively by rubbing. This is due to:

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If we run a plastic comb through hair and then bring it near shell pieces of paper. The comb

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Metals are good conductors of electricity, because they have

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In the presence of a charged body an insulated inductor develops positive charge at one end and negative charges at other end, this process is called the

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Free electrons are

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Which one of the following statements is correct?

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The number of electrons in one coulomb charge is equal to

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Electric charges can be produced by rubbing a neutral body with

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Study of charges at rest is called ______.

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When an insulating rod is charged negatively, this is due to:

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Like charges always _____ each other.

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A body can be charged by

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Which one of the following statements is correct?

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If a glass rod is rubbed with a silk cloth, it receives charge by the process of:

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A positive charge

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Only _____ type of charges exist.

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When a glass rod is rubbed with a silk cloth, then

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Electroscope is an instrument used for

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SI unit of electric charge is

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Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Chapter 13

Practice MCQs Test No 2

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The force per unit charge is known

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The value of Coulomb's constant K depends upon

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If the distance between two charges is doubled, the electric force between them will become

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The value of K

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The spacing between the field lines shows the

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Electric charge of 100µC is 13 m apart from another charge 16.9µC. The force between them in Newton is

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If the distance between the two charged bodies is halved, the force between them becomes

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Electroscope can be charge by the process

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The electric force of repulsion between two electrons at a distance of 1 m is

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Who established fundamental law of electric force between two stationary charged particles?

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SI unit of K

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According to Coulomb's law

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The magnitude of the charge on the electron is:

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SI unit of electric field intensity is

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A region around the charge in which it exerts electrostatic force on another charge is called

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K is constant of proportionality given by

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Force of attraction or repulsion acts between

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Force experienced by a unit positive charge placed at a point in the electric field is known as

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The space around the charge within which other charges are influenced by it is called

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SI unit of electric intensity is

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Practice MCQs Test No 3

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Chapter 13

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Electric field is strong when liens are

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Electric field intensity is a vector quantity and its direction is

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Work done in bringing a unit positive charge from infinity to that point in an electric field is called

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In order to store the charge a device is used which is called

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Which one of the following is correct?

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Parallel plate capacitor consist of two metal plates separated by

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The work done in moving a unit positive charge form one point to another against the eclectic field is a measure of

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Which statement is true about electrical potential?

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The electric intensity at infinite distance from the point charge is

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One electron volt is equal to

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A capacitor is a perfect insulator for

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Which is incorrect for parallel capacitor?

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Electric potential is a

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The electron energy is one electron — volt when it is accelerated through a potential difference of

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Electron volt is the unit of

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When capacitors are connected in parallel, their equivalent capacitance is equal to

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_______ at a point in an electric field is equal to amount of work done in bringing unit positive charge from infinity to that point

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SI unit of capacitance.

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The potential difference between two points is one volt. The amount of work done in moving a charge of one coulomb from one point to another is

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The capacitance C of a capacitor is given by the relation

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Practice MCQs Test No 4

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Chapter 13

Practice MCQs Test No 4

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It is a fixed capacitor

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Variable capacitors are used in

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Two 50µF capacitors are connected in parallel. The equivalent capacitance of the combination is

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Tick the correct statement

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In Mica capacitors the dielectric is

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In fixed type of capacitors, the value of capacitance

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Three capacitors C₁, C₂ and C₃ are connected in parallel. Their equivalent capacitance will be

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A radio tuning capacitor is a

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If 4µF and 2µF capacitors are connected in series, the equivalent capacitance is given by

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Capacitors are used in

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In variable capacitors, the value of capacitance can be

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Farad is defined as

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Which of the following is commercial type capacitor?

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Capacitors are used in resonant circuit that tune radios to particular frequency for

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In variable capacitors

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Capacitor have different types depending upon

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When capacitors are connected in series, their equivalent capacitance is equal to

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Application of electrostatic is

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The equivalent capacitance is greater than individual capacitance in

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