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Grade 10 Physics Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQs): Quizzes & Practice Tests with Answer Key (10th Grade Physics Quick Study Guide & Course Review)

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Grade 10 Physics Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQs): Quizzes & Practice Tests with Answer Key (10th Grade Physics Quick Study Guide & Course Review)

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Atomic and Nuclear Physics MCQs
Basic Electronics MCQs
Current Electricity MCQs
Electromagnetism MCQs
Electrostatics MCQs
Geometrical Optics MCQs
Information and Communication Technology MCQs
Simple Harmonic Motion and Waves MCQs
Sound MCQs

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Lançado em:
May 29, 2016
ISBN:
9781311848543
Formato:
Livro

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Arshad Iqbal received his degrees, Bachelors in Engineering (1993, Honors) and Masters in Engineering (2002, Honors). He started his career from a college teaching and then he was associate professor in a university in computer science from 1996 to 2015 with a research in algorithms, Ad Hoc Networks and ERP systems. He also taught many courses in multiple universities as a visiting professor. With a 19 years of professional and teaching experience, he authored many books for students to help in their academics. He is also a peer reviewer of research publications in different journals and conference proceedings.Being a software engineer, currently he is providing consultancy services in web development and Hadoop systems. He has excellent managerial skills to lead a team.

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Grade 10 Physics Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQs)

Quizzes & Practice Tests with Answer Key

By Arshad Iqbal

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Atomic and Nuclear Physics MCQs

Chapter 2: Basic Electronics MCQs

Chapter 3: Current and Electricity MCQs

Chapter 4: Electromagnetism MCQs

Chapter 5: Electrostatics MCQs

Chapter 6: Geometrical Optics MCQs

Chapter 7: Information and Communication Technology MCQs

Chapter 8: Simple Harmonic Motion and Waves MCQs

Chapter 9: Sound MCQs

Answer Keys

Chapter 1

Atomic and Nuclear Physics MCQs

MCQ 1: Alpha (α) particles are helium (He) nucleus with a charge of

A. e

B. 2e

C. 3e

D. 4e

MCQ 2: When two light nuclei combine to form a heavier nucleus, the process is said to be

A. nuclear fission

B. nuclear fusion

C. nuclear power

D. nuclear transmutation

MCQ 3: If a C-14 has a half-life of 5730 years, then how long will it take for the number of C-14 in a sample to drop to 1/8 of initial quantity?

A. 2.58 × 10⁴ years

B. 1.44 × 10⁴ years

C. 1.72 × 10⁴ years

D. 2.58 × 10⁴ years

MCQ 4: In the nuclide defined by &¹⁵&7X, the number of protons and neutrons respectively are

A. 7 and 8

B. 15 and 7

C. 8 and 6

D. 23 and 15

MCQ 5: The elements which emit natural radioactivity are known as

A. radio elements

B. active elements

C. radioactive elements

D. nuclear elements

MCQ 6: In SI base units, 1 Bq is equal to

A. 10 disintegration per second

B. 1.5 disintegration per second

C. 0.01 disintegration per second

D. 1 disintegration per second

MCQ 7: A helium nucleus comprising of two protons and two neutrons with a charge of 2e is

A. beta particle

B. gamma particle

C. alpha particle

D. negative particle

MCQ 8: Radiations present in atmosphere due to different radioactive substances are called

A. environmental radiations

B. background radiations

C. positive radiations

D. cosmic radiations

MCQ 9: Gamma (γ) radiation are fast moving

A. electrons

B. protons

C. photons

D. neutrons

MCQ 10: In air, alpha particles have range of

A. few centimeters

B. several thousand meters

C. several hundred meters

D. several meters

MCQ 11: Isotopes have same number of protons but different number of

A. electrons

B. neutrons

C. shells

D. positrons

MCQ 12: The number of protons inside nucleus represents

A. atomic mass

B. atomic number

C. atomic count

D. radioactivity level

MCQ 13: The radiation emitted from the splits into

A. 2 components

B. 4 components

C. 5 components

D. 3 components

MCQ 14: The phenomenon by which radiations split matter into negative and positive ions is called

A. ionization

B. radiation

C. transmutation

D. radioactivity

MCQ 15: Beta particles are stream of high energy

A. electrons

B. protons

C. photons

D. positrons

MCQ 16: Nuclei with atomic number 1 to 82 are

A. stable

B. unstable

C. moderately stable

D. radioactive

MCQ 17: During natural radioactivity the unstable nucleus disintegrates to become more

A. stable

B. unstable

C. excited

D. unexcited

MCQ 18: The elements whose atomic number is greater than 82 are naturally

A. unstable nuclei

B. stable nuclei

C. positive nuclei

D. negative nuclei

MCQ 19: The age of fossil when C-14: C-12 in bone is one fourth of ratio in bone of living animal and half-life of C-14 is 5732 years is

A. 100 years

B. 11460 years

C. 1000 years

D. 1200 years

MCQ 20: The positive charge in an atom was concentrated in a small region called

A. atomic mass

B. electron

C. proton

D. nucleus

MCQ 21: If a radioactive element has a half-life of 40 minutes. The initial count rate was 1000 per minute, then how long will it take for the count rate to drop to 125 per minutes

A. 120 minutes

B. 90 minutes

C. 30 minutes

D. 60 minutes

MCQ 22: Most of the nuclei with atomic number 1 to 82 are

A. positive nuclei

B. negative nuclei

C. unstable nuclei

D. stable nuclei

MCQ 23: A compound containing some amount of radioisotope is

A. tracer

B. radioactive compound

C. non radioactive

D. linear active compound

MCQ 24: The number of neutrons in the nucleus is called

A. neutron number (N)

B. atomic number (Z)

C. atomic mass number (A)

D. electron number (E)

MCQ 25: The fast-moving light photons are

A. alpha radiation

B. gamma radiation

C. beta radiations

D. none of above

MCQ 26: The number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus is called

A. neutron number (N)

B. atomic number (Z)

C. atomic mass number (A)

D. electron number (E)

MCQ 27: In alpha decay (α-decay) the proton number of the parent nuclide

A. increases by 2

B. increases by 1

C. decreases by 2

D. decreases by 4

MCQ 28: What fraction of the original sample will be after 22 years, if the Cobalt-50 is a radioactive element with a half-life of 4.3 years?

A. 1⁄32

B. 1⁄16

C. 1⁄8

D. 1⁄4

MCQ 29: In nuclear fission, as compared to the original mass of the heavy nucleus, the total mass of the product is

A. equal

B. more

C. less

D. zero

MCQ 30: If the activity of a sample of radioactive bismuth decreases to 1/8 of its original activity in 15 days, then the sample's half-life will be

A. 3 days

B. 10 days

C. 5 days

D. 7 days

MCQ 31: In fission, the mass of products is

A. less than original nucleus

B. more than original nucleus

C. equal to original nucleus

D. all of others

MCQ 32: The radiation which strongly interacts with the matter due to its charge and has a short-range as compared to gamma radiations is

A. alpha radiation

B. beta radiation

C. no radiation

D. none of above

MCQ 33: The radiation which primarily consists of protons, electrons, alpha particles, and large nuclei are called

A. environmental radiations

B. background radiations

C. positive radiations

D. cosmic radiations

MCQ 34: The half-life of Carbon-14 is

A. 23 years

B. 1000 years

C. 1200 years

D. 5730 years

MCQ 35: A process in which heavy nucleus splits into two by bombarding a slow-moving neutron is called

A. radioactivity

B. nuclear fusion

C. nuclear fission

D. nuclear splitting

MCQ 36: A stream of high energy electrons is the

A. alpha radiation

B. gamma radiation

C. beta radiations

D. none of above

MCQ 37: Radium-226 has a half-life of

A. 1160 years

B. 1340 years

C. 1580 years

D. 1620 years

MCQ 38: The radiations that can ionize the matter are

A. alpha radiations

B. gamma radiations

C. beta radiations

D. all of others

MCQ 39: Technimum-99 has a half-life of 6 hours. If there is 300 mg of it, how much will be left in 48 hours?

A. 1.58 mg

B. 1.25 mg

C. 1.17 mg

D. 2.56 mg

MCQ 40: The phenomenon in which radiations split matter into ions is called

A. denaturing

B. ionization

C. condensation

D. atomization

MCQ 41: Nuclei which do not emit radiations naturally are called

A. unstable nuclei

B. stable nuclei

C. positive nuclei

D. negative nuclei

MCQ 42: The chemical compounds to explore the metabolism of chemical reactions inside the human body, animals or plants containing some quantity of radioisotopes are called

A. radioactive endoscope

B. radioactive tracers

C. radioactive fusion

D. radioactive atoms

MCQ 43: The matter is built from small particles called

A. radiant

B. atoms

C. isotopes

D. ions

MCQ 44: Nuclei bombarded with protons, neutron or alpha particles are changed to

A. isotopes

B. radioisotopes

C. element having atomic number less than 82

D. none of above

MCQ 45: The types of radiations emitted by the radioactive substance are

A. 2

B. 4

C. 5

D. 3

MCQ 46: The artificially produced radioactive elements are known as

A. ions

B. radiant

C. radioisotopes

D. transmutations

MCQ 47: The rate of radioactive decay is proportional to the number of

A. unstable nuclei

B. unstable protons

C. unstable electrons

D. unstable atoms

MCQ 48: During the second half-life, the original material is decayed

A. one quarter

B. two quarter

C. three quarter

D. all of others

MCQ 49: The rate of radioactive decay is proportional to

A. nature of rays

B. no. of electron

C. no. of protons

D. no. of unstable nuclei

MCQ 50: In nuclear fusion, as compared to the masses of original nuclei, the final nucleus is always

A. equal

B. more

C. less

D. zero

MCQ 51: The mass of neutron and proton is

A. equal

B. unequal

C. zero

D. undetermined

MCQ 52: In the atmosphere, a small amount is present of radioactive

A. carbon-15

B. carbon-19

C. carbon-10

D. carbon-14

MCQ 53: Radiation that causes redness and sores on the skin is

A. gamma only

B. beta only

C. alpha

D. gamma and beta

MCQ 54: The radiations emitted by different elements are

A. alpha

B. beta

C. gamma

D. all of others

MCQ 55: In the air, the beta particle has a range of

A. few centimeters

B. several thousand meters

C. several hundred meters

D. several meters

MCQ 56: Nucleons are a collection of

A. electrons and protons

B. electrons and neutrons

C. protons and neutrons

D. protons and positrons

MCQ 57: Times a proton is heavier than an electron is

A. 1827

B. 1876

C. 1836

D. 1789

MCQ 58: The temperature at the center of the Sun is nearly

A. 20 million Kelvin

B. 10 million Kelvin

C. 30 million Kelvin

D. 25 million Kelvin

MCQ 59: Ashes from a fire in the forest show carbon-14 activity of only 1/8 the activity of fresh wood. How long ago the forest had a fire?

A. 18590 years

B. 17190 years

C. 16580 years

D. 14820

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