Physics 10 Unit 13 MCQs Tests by admin | Class 10 MCQs Tests | 0 comments In this post, we have prepared 4 MCQs tests of Federal Board Physics 10 Unit 13 MCQs Tests. For more Class 10 Physics MCQs Tests visit this page. Physics 10 Unit 13 MCQs Tests Practice MCQs Test No 1 /20 24 Class 10 Physics Chapter 13 Practice MCQs Test No 1 1 / 20 Study of charges at rest is called ______. Electric Current Electrochemistry Electrostatics Magnetism 2 / 20 Like charges always _____ each other. None of these Attract Repel Attract and repel 3 / 20 A positive charge Attracts other positive charge Repels other positive charge Repels a neutral charge Attracts the natural charge 4 / 20 Electric charges can be produced by rubbing a neutral body with Both Charged body and neutral body Another neutral body Charged body None of these 5 / 20 An object gain excess negative charge after being rubbed against another ______ object. Positively charge Negatively charged Neutral Object 6 / 20 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 Conduction All of these Electrostatic induction Friction 7 / 20 Metals are good conductors of electricity, because they have Small number of free electrons Large number of free electrons Large number of bounded electrons Small number of bounded electrons 8 / 20 Electroscope is an instrument used for All of these Detecting presence of charge To detect the type of charges To identify conductor and insulator 9 / 20 SI unit of electric charge is Watt Coulomb Volt Ampere 10 / 20 If a glass rod is rubbed with a silk cloth, it receives charge by the process of: Heating Rubbing electric force Separation of charge 11 / 20 Which one of the following statements is correct? Similar charges repel each other Similar charges attract and repel each other Similar charges attract each other Similar charges neither attract nor repel each other 12 / 20 The number of electrons in one coulomb charge is equal to 1.6x10⁻¹⁹ 6.2x10²¹ 6.25x10¹⁹ Zero 13 / 20 Free electrons are strongly fixed Tightly bound Loosely bound Fixed 14 / 20 When an insulating rod is charged negatively, this is due to: Excess of protons Deficiency of protons Excess of electrons Deficiency of electrons 15 / 20 Which one of the following statements is correct? Opposite charges repel each other Opposite charges attract and repel each other Opposite charges neither attracts nor repels each other. Opposite charges attract each other 16 / 20 If we run a plastic comb through hair and then bring it near shell pieces of paper. The comb Attract them Repel them None of these Both attract and repel 17 / 20 When a glass rod is rubbed with a silk cloth, then Glass rod acquires positive charge while silk acquires negative charge Both glass rod and silk acquire negative charge Both glass rod and silk acquire positive charge Glass rod acquires negative charge while silk acquires positive charge 18 / 20 An insulating rod is charged positively by rubbing. This is due to: Deficiency of electrons Excess of protons Excess of electrons Deficiency of protons 19 / 20 Only _____ type of charges exist. One Two Four Three 20 / 20 A body can be charged by Electrostatic induction Rubbing with another body Conduction All of these Your score is LinkedIn Facebook Twitter VKontakte 0% Restart quiz Send feedback Practice MCQs Test No 2 /20 16 Class 10 Physics Chapter 13 Practice MCQs Test No 2 1 / 20 The space around the charge within which other charges are influenced by it is called Electric field electric intensity Electric potential Electric flux 2 / 20 Electroscope can be charge by the process Electrostatic induction Electromagnetic tension Internal reflection Magnetism 3 / 20 A region around the charge in which it exerts electrostatic force on another charge is called Gravitational field Electric field Magnetic field All of these 4 / 20 K is constant of proportionality given by None of these K=Є/4π K=1/4πЄₒ K=4π/Єₒ 5 / 20 The value of Coulomb's constant K depends upon The system of units and the medium between the charges Medium between the charges The system of units used Quantity of the charges 6 / 20 SI unit of electric field intensity is Ampere Newton/coulomb Coulomb Volt 7 / 20 If the distance between the two charged bodies is halved, the force between them becomes Half One half Four times Doubled 8 / 20 Electric charge of 100µC is 13 m apart from another charge 16.9µC. The force between them in Newton is 90 0.09 9x10⁵ 9x10⁷ 9 / 20 If the distance between two charges is doubled, the electric force between them will become Twice One fourth Four times Half 10 / 20 According to Coulomb's law F=kr₁r₂/(q)² F=kq₁q₂/r F=Kq₁r²/q₂ F=kq₁q₂/r² 11 / 20 The force per unit charge is known Electric potential Electric flux Electric volt Electric intensity 12 / 20 Who established fundamental law of electric force between two stationary charged particles? Faraday Planks Quantum Coulomb 13 / 20 The value of K 8.85x10⁹ Nm²C⁻² none of these 9x10⁹ Nm²C⁻² 6.67x10⁹ Nm²C⁻² 14 / 20 The spacing between the field lines shows the Strength of electric field Direction of electric field Both Strength and Direction of electric field None of these 15 / 20 Force experienced by a unit positive charge placed at a point in the electric field is known as Electric field intensity Capacity Electric potential Magnetic field intensity 16 / 20 SI unit of K Nm²C⁻² Nm²C N²m²C⁻¹ 17 / 20 The magnitude of the charge on the electron is: 1.81x10⁻¹⁹ C 2.6x10⁻¹⁹ C 1.2x10⁻¹⁹ C 1.6x10⁻¹⁹ C 18 / 20 The electric force of repulsion between two electrons at a distance of 1 m is 1.5x10⁻⁹ N 2.30x10⁻²⁷ N 1.8 N 2.30x10⁻²⁷ N 19 / 20 SI unit of electric intensity is Nm Nm⁻¹ Nm⁻² NC⁻¹ 20 / 20 Force of attraction or repulsion acts between Two charged bodies Neutral bodies All of these Non charged bodies Your score is LinkedIn Facebook Twitter VKontakte 0% Restart quiz Send feedback Practice MCQs Test No 3 /20 10 Class 10 Physics Chapter 13 Practice MCQs Test No 3 1 / 20 Parallel plate capacitor consist of two metal plates separated by Conductor Insulator Metal all of these 2 / 20 The electron energy is one electron — volt when it is accelerated through a potential difference of One Coulomb One erg One volt One joule 3 / 20 SI unit of capacitance. Coulomb Voltage Farad(F) Newton 4 / 20 Which one of the following is correct? 1 ρF = I0⁻⁶ µF 1 ρF = 10⁻¹³ F 1 µF = 10⁻⁶ F All of the above 5 / 20 A capacitor is a perfect insulator for Both for the direct and alternating current Alternating current Direct current Electric charge 6 / 20 Electric potential is a Vector quantity Scalar quantity Sometimes scalar and sometimes vector Neither scalar nor vector 7 / 20 When capacitors are connected in parallel, their equivalent capacitance is equal to The sum of their individual capacitances The product of their individual reciprocal capacitances The sum of the reciprocals of the individual capacitances The product of their individual capacitances 8 / 20 Which is incorrect for parallel capacitor? Cₑ=C₁+C₂+C₃ Q=Q₁+Q₂+Q₃ Q₁=Q₂=Q₃=Q v₁=v₂=v₃=v 9 / 20 _______ at a point in an electric field is equal to amount of work done in bringing unit positive charge from infinity to that point Volt Electric intensity Potential difference Electric potential 10 / 20 The work done in moving a unit positive charge form one point to another against the eclectic field is a measure of Potential difference between two points Intensity of electric field Capacitance Resistance between two points 11 / 20 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 one coulomb One erg One Joule One electron volt 12 / 20 In order to store the charge a device is used which is called Voltage Potential Capacitor Momentum 13 / 20 Electron volt is the unit of Capacitance Electric current Electric energy Potential difference 14 / 20 The electric intensity at infinite distance from the point charge is Infinite 1Volt-m⁻¹ Zero Positive 15 / 20 Electric field is strong when liens are Separated Larger Closer Smaller 16 / 20 One electron volt is equal to 1.6x10⁻¹⁹ J 6.25x10⁻¹⁸ J 6.25x10¹⁸ J 1.6x10¹⁹ J 17 / 20 Which statement is true about electrical potential? At any point v=w/q Its SI unit is volt It is a scalar quantity all of these 18 / 20 Work done in bringing a unit positive charge from infinity to that point in an electric field is called Electric potential Potential difference Capacitance Resistance 19 / 20 The capacitance C of a capacitor is given by the relation C=QV C=Q/V C=V/Q C=QV/2 20 / 20 Electric field intensity is a vector quantity and its direction is At a certain angle Opposite to the direction of force Perpendicular to the direction of field Along the direction of force Your score is LinkedIn Facebook Twitter VKontakte 0% Restart quiz Send feedback Practice MCQs Test No 4 /19 6 Class 10 Physics Chapter 13 Practice MCQs Test No 4 1 / 19 Capacitors are used in Tuning Transmitters Receiver All of these Transistor radio 2 / 19 Variable capacitors are used in Radio only None of these Television only Radio and television 3 / 19 Tick the correct statement All of these Capacitance decreases in series combination Capacitance is the same in both combinations Capacitance decreases in parallel combination 4 / 19 Application of electrostatic is Extracting Dust Car painting Photo copying All of these 5 / 19 In variable capacitors Both the sets of plates are fixed Both the sets of plates are neither fixed nor moveable Both the sets of plates are moveable One set of plates is fixed and the other is moveable 6 / 19 If 4µF and 2µF capacitors are connected in series, the equivalent capacitance is given by 8 µF 2 µF 6 µF 1.3 µF 7 / 19 The equivalent capacitance is greater than individual capacitance in All of these Series and parallel combination Series combination Parallel combination 8 / 19 Three capacitors C₁, C₂ and C₃ are connected in parallel. Their equivalent capacitance will be 1 µF 8 µF 0.8 µF 16 µF 9 / 19 Farad is defined as Joule/coulomb Coulomb/Joule Coulomb/Volt Ampere/Volt 10 / 19 In variable capacitors, the value of capacitance can be Fixed Decreased Both increased and decreased Increased 11 / 19 Which of the following is commercial type capacitor? Electrolytic capacitor All of these Miniature capacitors Tubular capacitor 12 / 19 In fixed type of capacitors, the value of capacitance Decreases Increases All of these Cannot be changed 13 / 19 Capacitors are used in resonant circuit that tune radios to particular frequency for None of these Car washing Electrostatic air cleaner Spray Painting 14 / 19 Capacitor have different types depending upon Both construction and Nature of dielectric Their construction None of these Nature of dielectric 15 / 19 A radio tuning capacitor is a Variable parallel plate capacitor Variable cylindrical capacitor Tubular capacitor Spherical capacitor 16 / 19 It is a fixed capacitor Capacitors in radio sets Mica capacitor Both Paper and Mica Capacitors Paper capacitor 17 / 19 Two 50µF capacitors are connected in parallel. The equivalent capacitance of the combination is 50 µF 1 µF 100 µF 25 µF 18 / 19 When capacitors are connected in series, their equivalent capacitance is equal to The sum of the reciprocals of the individual capacitances The product of their individual reciprocal capacitances The sum of their individual capacitance The product of their individual Capacitances 19 / 19 In Mica capacitors the dielectric is Aluminum foils Polythene paper Mica Copper Your score is LinkedIn Facebook Twitter VKontakte 0% Restart quiz Send feedback Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.