AIC SS 1 Physics Exam for 3rd Term 2022/23
 1. The process of charging an object by bringing it near a charged object without direct contact is calledA) InductionB) Electric potentialC) ConductionD) Electrostatic discharge2. When an object gains electrons, itA) Becomes a conductorB) Becomes negatively chargedC) Becomes positively chargedD) Loses its charge3. The flow of electric charge is commonly referred to asA) VoltageB) CapacitanceC) ResistanceD) Current4. Which of the following materials is an insulator?A) RubberB) AluminumC) CopperD) Silver5. A circuit has a voltage of 12 V and a current of 2 A. What is the power consumed by the circuit?A) 12 WB) 36 WC) 6 WD) 24 W6. The SI unit of temperature isA) Celsius (°C)B) Joule (J)C) Kelvin (K)D) Fahrenheit (°F)7. What is the boiling point of water in degrees Celsius?A) 373°CB) 0°CC) 212°CD) 100°C8. When a negatively charged object is brought near a neutral object, what happens to the charges in the neutral object?A) Negative charges are attracted to the negatively charged objectB) Negative charges are repelled by the negatively charged objectC) Positive charges are repelled by the negatively charged objectD) Positive charges are attracted to the negatively charged object9. The process of transferring charge by direct contact between two objects is calledA) InductionB) Electric potentialC) ConductionD) Electrostatic discharge10. When an object loses electrons, itA) Loses its chargeB) Becomes positively chargedC) Becomes a conductorD) Becomes negatively charged11. Which of the following is a good conductor of electricity?A) GlassB) PlasticC) RubberD) Aluminum12. The freezing point of water in degrees Celsius isA) 32°CB) 0°CC) -32°CD) 273°C13. What is the relationship between degrees Celsius and Kelvin temperature scales?A) The scales are not directly relatedB) 1°C = 273 KC) 1°C = 1 KD) 1 K = 273°C14. The temperature at which all molecular motion theoretically stops isA) 0 KB) 0°CC) -273 KD) -273°C15. The device used to measure electric current is called aA) OhmmeterB) VoltmeterC) CapacitorD) Ammeter16. A circuit has a power of 60 W and a voltage of 12 V. What is the current flowing through the circuit?A) 7 AB) 10 AC) 5 AD) 2 A17. The SI unit of temperature, Kelvin, is based onA) The melting point of iceB) The triple point of waterC) Absolute zeroD) The boiling point of water18. What is the relationship between the Celsius and Fahrenheit temperature scales?A) They have the same numerical valuesB) There is a linear relationship between the two scalesC) The scales are not directly relatedD) There is a nonlinear relationship between the two scales19. The temperature -273 degrees Celsius is equivalent toA) -459 degrees FahrenheitB) -459 KelvinC) 0 degrees FahrenheitD) 0 Kelvin20. If the density of a body is equal to the density of the liquid, the body will remain ........A) NoneB) At the center of the liquidC) At the bottom of the liquidD) In Equilibrium21. What involves charge of position of a body with time?A) MotionB) DistanceC) TeleportationD) Measurements22. Bending a ruler on a beam is an example of .............A) Random motionB) Relative motionC) Rotational motionD) Recreational motion23. A form of force that opposes or prevents the relative density motion of object in contact with surface is called?A) DensityB) Surface tensionC) MotionD) Friction24. The movement of an object whose vertical motion is altered by the presence of gravity is referred to as ........A) ForceB) Motion under gravityC) Gravitational forceD) Motion25. A motor car is uniformly retarded and brought to rest from a velocity of 36 km/h in 5 sec. Find it's retardation during this period.A) -7.2 m/s²B) -2 m/s²C) 7.2 m/s²D) 2 m/s²26. ......... is an object/body launch into the air and allowed to move on its own freely under gravityA) ProjectileB) Harmonic motionC) MotionD) Gravitational force27. A quality that has only magnitude but no direction is called ?A) Scalar quantityB) Derived quantityC) Vector quantityD) Fundamental quantity28. If the resultant displacement is equal to zeroA) Force is not appliedB) Work is doneC) NoneD) Work is not done29. The ratio of load to effort is .......A) EfficiencyB) Distance movedC) Mechanical advantagesD) Velocity ratio30. A ridged bar which is capable of rotating about a fulcrum is called?A) Include planeB) WedgeC) LeverD) Pulley
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