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CHAPTER No.

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PHYSICS
Note;Ans Har Question k nechy mention hai
1. Muslim scientists made important discoveries in the period:
a) 600 AD - 1500 AD b) 1150 AD - 1750 AD c) 100 AD - 800 AD d) 500 AD - 1075 AD
A
2. The Muslim scientist Al-Khawarzami is famous for his work on:
a) Physics b) Algebra c) Chemistry d) Medicine
B
3. Fundamental ideas of modern celestial mechanics were established by:
a) Kepler & Galileo b) Newton c) Robert Hook d) Tycho & Halley
A
4. The decimal system was invented by: a) Indians b) Greeks c) Chinese d) Egyptians
A
6. The SI unit of force is: a) Newton b) Dyne c) Slug d) Foot-pound
A
7. The SI unit of energy is: a) Joule b) Calorie c) Slug d) Electron volt
A
8. In the international system of units, the unit of mass is:
a) Gram b) Kilogram c) Milligram d) Pound
B
9. The SI unit of Power is:
a) Horse power b) Joule c) Calorie d) None of the above

D
10. The number of fundamental units of measurement in science is:
a) Four b) Five c) Three d) Seven
D
11. In the SI system, there are . basic units.
a) Three b) Five c) Seven d) Nine
C
12. The dimensions of velocity are:
a) [L][T] b) [L][T-1] c) [L][T-2] d) [L2][T-1]
B
13. The dimensions of work may be expressed as:
a) [M][L]2[T]-2 b) [M][L][T]-2 c) [M][L][T]-1 d) [M][L]-1[T]-1
A
14. The maximum possible error in the reading for a meter rod (with a least count of 1 mm)
is: a) 0.1 mm b) 0.5 cm c) 0.05 cm d) 1 mm
D
15. The branch of science which deals with properties of matter, energy and their relationship
is called _______.
a) Physics b) Chemistry c) Mechanics d) Magnetism
A
16. The branch of science, which deals with forces acting on bodies in motion, is called
_______.
a) Chemical Physics b) Mechanics c) Magnetism d) Medical Physics
B
17. _______ deals with structure of atom and properties of atom.
a) Atomic Physics b) Nuclei Physics c) Mechanics d) None of these
A

18. The Islamic era (600-1500 AD) is also known as _______.


a) Historical era b) Muslim period c) British era d) Greek period
B
19. Archimedes is also known as the founder of _______ Physics.
a) Optical b) Mathematical c) Bio-chemical d) Modern
B
20. Kepler and _______ established the fundamental ideas of celestial mechanics.
a) Newton b) Faraday c) Galileo d) Thales
C
21. Candela is the unit name of quantity _______.
a) Time b) Intensity c) Mole d) Meter
B
22. The unit name of temperature is _______.
a) Degree Kelvin b) Candela c Mole d) Kilogram
A
23. Ampere is the unit of _______.
a) Intensity b) Electric current c) Temperature d) Candela
B
24. The supplementary units are known as _______.
a) Derived units b) Small units c) Positive units d) None of these
D
25. The length is measured in _______.
a) Kilometers b) Seconds c) Gram d) Kilogram
A
26. We can write one kilo = _______.
a) 104 b) 105 c) 103 d) 106

C
27. We can write one mega = _______. a)
10-9 b) 1014 c) 1013 d) 106
D
28. The round figure of 46.55 is:
a) 46.6 b) 465.5 c) 455.6 d) None of these
A
29. Newton is the unit of _______.
a) Energy b) Electricity c) Force d) None of these
C
30. The branch of physics which deals with the properties, and interaction of nuclear
particles (protons and neutrons) is called:
a) Molecular Physics b) Plasma Physics c) Nuclear Physics d) Solid state Physics
C
31. The Physics of Islamic era ranges from
a) 3000 BC to 600 AD b) 600 AD to 1500 AD c) 1500 AD to 1700 AD d) 1700 AD to 1750 AD
B
32. The theory of relativity was introduced (in 1905) by
a) Planck b) Einstein c) Maxwell d) Rutherford
B
33. The fundamental Physics quantities which form the basis for the MKS system are
a) Force, weight and time b) Mass, length and time c) Mass, length and force d) Mass,
energy and time
B
34. Fundamental units in MKS system are
a) Gram, dyne and second b) Kilogram, centimeter and second c) Kilogram, Newton and
second d) Kilogram, meter and second

D
35. The units which are based on one or more fundamental units are called
a) Fundamental units b) Derived units c) Basic units d) None of the above
B
36. Which of the following is not a derived unit
a) Newton b) Meter/sec c) Kilogram/meter3 d) Second
D
37. Which of the following is not a fundamental unit in SI units
a) Kilogram b) Ampere c) m3 d) Kelvin
C
38. Light year is the unit of a) Time b) Distance c) Light d) Velocity
B
39. Which of the following is the dimensions of force
a) LT-1 b) LT-2 c) ML T-2 d) None of the above
C
40. The dimensions of weight are a) ML T-1 b) ML T-2 c) LT-2 d) ML2 T
B
41. The SI unit of angular displacement is
a) Meter b) Foot c) Radian d) Centimeter
C
42. The dimensions of frequency are a) L T b) L T-1 c) MT-1 d) T-1
D
43. Significant figures in 0.0001 is/ are a) One b) Two c) Three d) Four
A

44. Candela is the unit of a) Electric Flux b) Magnetic induction c) Torque d) Luminous
intensity of light
D
45. The unit of absolute temperature is
a) Fahrenheit b) Centigrade c) Kelvin d) None of the above
C
46. The branch of science which deals with the properties of matter and energy along with
the interaction between them is known as
a) Geography b) Biology c) Geology d) Physics
D
47. The branch of physics which deals with the motion of particles and bodies under the
action of given force is called
a) Solid state Physics b) Quantum Mechanics c) Mechanics d) Nuclear Physics
C
48. The branch of physics which deals with the structure and properties of atoms as
determined by electron outside the nucleus
a) Nuclear Physics b) Atomic Physics c) Particle Physics d) Bio Physics
B
49. The branch of Physics which deals with structure, properties and various phenomena
regarding nuclei is ________
a) Atomic Physics b) Astro Physics c) Nuclear Physics d) Plasma Physics
C
50. Muslim scientist who wrote the books on Physics, Mathematics, Astronomy, Engineering,
was _________
a) Abu-Ali-Hussan Ibn-al-Haitham b) Al-Beruni c) Yaqub Kindi d) Muhammad Bin Musa
A

51. Radio was invented by


a) Marconi b) Edison c) Rutherford d) Davison
A
52. In C.G.S. system the unit of length is
a) Foot b) Meter c) Centimeter d) Inch
C
53. in MKS system the unit of current is
a) Ampere b) Volt c) Coulomb d) Ohm
A
54. The new era of modern Physics began near the end of
a) 16th Century b) 17th Century c) 18th Century d) 19th Century
D
55. The theory of relativity was produced in 1905 by
a) Einstein b) Maxwell c) Young d) Kelvin
A
56. Which of the following is not a fundamental quantity?
a) Length b) Temperature c) Electric charge d) Ampere
C
57. The unit of Torque in SI units is
a) Meter b) Newton c) Kilogram d) Newton.meter
D
58. In international system of units called SI units the unit of mass is
a) Pound b) Gram c) Kilogram d) Quintal
C
59. In SI system the unit of length is
a) Millimeter b) Centimeter c) Meter d) Kilometer

C
60. In SI system the unit of time is a) Second b) Minute c) Hour d) Day
A
61. In SI system the unit of temperature is
a) Kelvin b) Degree centigrade c) Degree Fahrenheit d) Degree Celsius
A
62. In SI system the unit of energy is a) Calorie b) Joule c) Erg d) Dyne
B
63. The unit of force in MKS system is
a) Newton b) Poundal c) Dyne d) Watt
A
64. The unit of work in MKS system is
a) Erg b) Dyne c) Watt d) Joule
D
65. The unit of power in MKS system is
a) Dyne b) Erg c) Watt d) Joule
C
66. Joule is the unit of a) Force b) Work c) Power d) Velocity
B
67. Which one is a unit of time
a) Micro b) Half Year c) Angstrom d) Light Year
B
68. Absolute unit of work in C.G.S. system is
a) Foot pound b) Erg c) Joule d) Dyne

B
69. The unit of velocity in MKS system can be
a) Centimeter/sec b) Centimeter/sec2 c) Meter/sec d) Meter/sec2
C
70. Meter per second is the unit of
a) Acceleration b) Velocity c) Surface tension d) Momentum
B
71. Which of the following is fundamental quantity
a) Volume b) Velocity c) Time d) Force
C
72. Which of the following is a derived quantity
a) Mass b) Length c) Time d) Velocity
D
73. The unit of power is a) Kilowatt-hour b) Joule c) Dyne d) Kilowatt
D
74. The dimensional formula of angular velocity is
a) M0L0T-1 b) MLT-1 c) M0L0T1 d) ML0T-2
A
75. Dimensions of power are
a) M1L2T-3 b) M2L1T-2 c) M1L2T-1 d) M1L1T-2
A
76. Dimension of couple is a) ML2T-2 b) MLT-2 c) ML-1T-3 d) ML-2T-2
A
77. In MKS system the unit of pressure is
a) Dyne/sm3 b) Atmosphere c) Pascal d) cm of Hg

C
78. Orange light emitted from krypton-86 atoms was used to define
a) Kilogram b) Meter c) Centimeter d) Second
B
79. The dimensions of [1/2 at2] are that of
a) Acceleration b) Velocity c) Length d) Time
C
80. The branch of physics which deals with motion of bodies under the action of forces is
called
a) Mechanics b) Statistical Mechanics c) Thermodynamics d) Electrostatics
A
81. The branch science which deals with properties of matter and energy is called
a) Chemistry b) Biology c) Geography d) Physics
D
82. Physics is a quantitative science based primarily on
a) Fundamental Quantities b) Definition c) Experiment and Measurement d) Description of
facts
C
83. ML2T3 represents the dimension of:
a) Power b) Work c) Strain d) Youngs modulus
A
84. The Muslim scientist who wrote the books on Astronomy, Algebra and Arithmetic was a)
Ibn-al-Haitham b) Al-Beruni c) Al-Khawarizmi d) Jabir bin Hayyan
C
85. The first book of physics was written by
a) Kelvin b) Aristotle c) Faraday d) Newton

B
86. Kilogram is the unit of
a) Mass b) Weight c) Volume d) Density
A
87. Work is measured in Joules while energy is expressed in
a) Watt b) J.s c) J/s d) J
D
88. An example of fundamental quantity is
a) Area b) Volume c) Length d) Velocity
C
89. Ibn-al-Haitham developed
a) Mechanics b) Acoustics c) Relativity d) Optics
D
90. Which one of the following is a fundamental quantity?
a) Area b) Candela c) Acceleration d) Velocity
B
91. The special theory of relativity was published 1905 by
a) Lorentz b) Schrodinger c) Einstein d) Max Plank
C
92. Which one of the following is not a fundamental unit? a) Meter2 b) Meter c) Kelvin d)
Ampere
A
93. The SI system of units comprises
a) Three basic units b) Five basic units c) Six basic units d) Seven basic units
D

94. ML-1T0 is the dimensional representation of


a) Weight density b) Linear mass density c) Volume mass density d) Surface density
B
95. Which of the following quantities have the same dimensions: I) Power II) Energy III)
Torque a) I and II b) I and III c) II and III d) I, II and III
C
96. Pinhole camera was invented by
a) Al-Beruni b) Yaqoob Al-Kindi c) Ibn-Al-Haitham d) Al-Khwarizmi
C
97. Physics is one of the branches of
a) Life sciences b) Physical sciences c) Biological sciences d) Social sciences
D
98. The famous mathematician and founder of Algebra was
a) Al Kindi b) Al Khwarizmi c) Al Beruni d) Naseruddin Tusi
B
99. Zero is significant only if it
a) Lies to the left of the significant digit b) Is between two digits c) Is to the right of a
significant digit d) Is before the decimal point
B
100. A second is defined as the duration of vibration of
a) Carbon atom b) Cesium atom c) Radium atom d) Nitrogen atom
B
101. Physics is a quantitative science based primarily on
a) Definition b) Fundamental quantities c) Experiment and Measurement d) a collection of
skills
C

102. The most basic branch Mechanics of physics deals with the
a) Gravitational, electromagnetic and nuclear fields b) Acoustics c) Motion of particles under
forces d) Optics
C
103. The nuclear physics is concerned with the study of the properties of _______
a) Atoms b) Molecules c) Electrons d) Matter
A
104. It is concerned with the application of modern physics to the astronomical phenomena
a) Astrophysics b) Plasma Physics c) Biophysics d) Electromagnetism
A
105. It is one of the oldest and most highly organized of all the present sciences
a) Physics b) Chemistry c) Biology d) Astronomy
A
106. The progress of Muslims in the field of science is appreciable in the period
a) 3000 BC to 600 AD b) 1500 AD to 1700 AD c) 600 AD to 1500 AD d) 1700 AD to 1890 AD
C
107. Which of the following periods is called the period of classical physics
a) 3000 BC to 600 AD b) 1500 AD to 1700 AD c) 600 AD to 1500 AD d) 1700 AD to 1890 AD
D
108. Historical records show that the Ancient Babylonians and Egyptians as early as 3000
BC were familiar with some of the fundamental principles of
a) Mathematics b) Physics c) Chemistry d) Biology
B
109. The Muslim scientist who wrote a number of books on Algebra, Astronomy and
Arithmetic was
a) Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn-Jabir-Al-Battani b) Ibn-Al-Haitham c) Jabir Bin Hayyan d)
Al-Khawarizimi

D
110. From approximately 700 BC to 150 AD very definite advances in physics were made by
the a) Arabs b) Egyptians c) Greeks d) Romans
C
111. Who established the fundamental ideas of modern celestial mechanics based upon
observations? a) Kepler b) Galelio c) Gilbert d) Both a & b
D
112. Pythogoras added a lot in
a) Mathematics b) Physics c) Botany d) Trigonometry
B
113. Who enriched the heritage of science with number and decimal system?
a) Indians b) Chinese c) Arabs d) Egyptians
A
114. Who added precious knowledge of Astronomy to Science?
a) Euclid b) Potolmey c) Thales d) Archimedes
B
115. Who improved upon the calculations of the orbits of the Moon and certain planets?
a) Al-Beruni b) Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Jabir Al- Battani c) Al-Khawrizimi d) Jabir Bin
Hayyan
B
116. Omar Khayyam was expert in
a) Physics b) Chemistry c) Mathematics d) None of the above
C
117. If length = 0.233m and width 0.178m, the most accurate area expressed in terms of
significant figures is
a) 0.0391m2 b) 0.041563m2 c) 0.041474m2 d) 0.041m2

C
118. Physics can be defined as the study of
a) Chemical properties of matter b) Physical properties of matter c) Relation between matter
and energy d) Both b & c
D
119. Prior to 1900 AD physics comprised of
a) Mechanics, Sound, Light, Heat, Magnetism and Electricity b) Sound, Light, Nuclear
physics, heat, Plasma physics and Mechanics c) Astrophysics, light, heat, magnetism,
electricity and sound d) All of these
A
120. Physics can be defined as a branch of science based on
a) Observation and analysis of facts b) Experimental observation and quantitative
measurement c) Mathematical calculation and interpretation d) Replication and verification of
known facts
B
121. The branch of physics deals with study of production propagation & properties of sound
waves is called a) Magnetics b) Optics c) Statics d) Acoustics
D
122. If 0.61 is added to 167 with due regard to significant figures, then we get:
a) 168 b) 167 c) 167.61 d) 167.6
C
123. High energy physics deal with the
a) Study of electron behavior b) Study of electron charge c) Study of mechanics of energetic
bodies d) Study of properties and behavior of elementary particles
D
124. Which one of the following Muslim scientists has made a significant contribution to the
study of alchemy
a) Jabir Bin Hayyan b) Abu Abdullah Muhammad c) Ibn-al-Haitham d) Ibn-e-Sina

A
125. The book Kitab-ul-Qanoon-ul-Masoodi was written by
a) Ibn-e-Sina b) Al-Razi c) Abu-Rehan Al-Beruni d) Ibn-al-Haitham
C
126. The first book on analytical Hisab-ul-Jabrwal-Moqabl was written by
a) Al-Khawarzami b) Al-Beruni c) Al-Razi d) Ibn-e-Sina
A
127. Kitab-ul-Manazir the famous book on optics is written by
a) Ibn-e-Sina b) Al-Khawrzimi c) Jabir-bin-Hayyan d) Ibn-ul-Haitham
D
128. In international system of units, the unit of length, mass, time, electric current,
temperature, intensity of light and quantity of light and quantity are called a) Derived b) Basic
c) Fundamental d) Only b & c
D
129. The number of significant figures in 0.098000 is:
a) 4 b) 2 c) 3 d) 6
B
130. 1 degree is equal to _______ radians:
a) 0.0245 b) 0.0561 c) 3.1423 d) 0.0174
D
131. The famous mathematician & the founder of algebra was
a) Al-Kindi b) Al-Khwarizmi c) Al-Beruni d) Naseruddin Tusi
B
132. 10-9 second are equivalent to:
a) Deci second b) Nano second c) Milli second d) Micro second
B

133. The standard of time in SI system is the clock of:


a) Uranium b) Rubidium c) Cesium d) Radium
C
134. One Angstrom equals
a) 10-8 cm b) 108 m c) 10-6 m d) 108 mm
A
135. 10 Giga hertz is equivalent to
a) 1010 Hz b) 109 Hz c) 107 Hz d) 10-10 Hz
A
136. Which of the following is the unit of electrical energy?
a) Kg m/s2 b) Dyne c) Kw-hr d) Joules / sec
C
137. One Newton is equal to:
a) 102 dynes b) 103 dynes c) 104 dynes d) 105 dynes
D
138. The unit of dimensions of which of the following pairs of physical quantities are
identical?
a) Impulse and Momentum b) Stress and Strain c) Pressure and Density d) Gravitational
potential and Energy
A
139. The dimensions of impulse are the same as that of: a) Energy b) Work c) Power d)
Momentum
D
140. 0.0084 has _______ significant figures a) 2 b) 4 c) 5 d) 1
A

141. The _______ sciences deal with the properties and behavior of non-living things:
a) Natural b) Social c) Physical d) Biological
C
142. The people of _______ were the pioneers of decimal system:
a) China b) Indus valley c) Euphrates d) Egypt
B
143. Physics is the quantitative science based primarily on:
a) Definition b) Experiment and measurement c) Hypothesis d) A collection of skills
B
144. The branch of science, which deals with the interaction of matter and energy, is called:
a) Chemistry b) Mathematics c) Statistics d) Physics
D
145. Some concepts of static electricity were introduced by:
a) Greeks b) Chinese c) Thales d) Einstein
C
146. The theory which modified the Newtons laws of motion for describing the bodies
moving with speed comparable with the speed of light is:
a) Electromagnetic Theory b) Faraday laws c) Theory of relativity d) Collision theory
C
147. Astrophysics deals with:
a) Particles in space b) Elementary particles c) Neutrons Protons d) Electrons
A
148. Physics is the Science based on:
a) Interaction between matter and energy b) Energy of the material c) Mass of the material d)
Neither energy nor matter
A

149. The branch of sciences which deals with the properties of matter and energy along with
the interaction between them is known as: a) Geography b) Geology c) Biology d) Physics
D
150. One micro second is: a) 10-6 sec b) 10-9 sec c) 106 sec d) 10-3 sec
A
151. 65 mm is equivalent of approximately:
a) 1.5 inches b) 2.6 inches c) 5.5 inches d) 10.5 inches
B
152. Of the following the largest quantity is:
a) 0.47 cm b) 47 x 10-4 cm c) 4.7 x 10-2 cm d) 0.0000047 x 104 cm
A
153. The mm is the unit of:
a) Acceleration b) Distance c) Velocity d) Force
B
154. 0.0046 can be written in scientific notation as:
a) 4.6 x 10-3 b) 4.6 x 10-2 cm c) 460 x 10 d) 46 x 10-2
A
155. The kilogram is a unit of: a) Weight b) Mass c) Volume d) Density
B
156. In the following, the smallest quantity is:
a) 6.653 Km b) 0.635 Km c) 6.35 x 104 m d) 0.635 x 108 mm
B
157. One Nano meter is equal to:
a) 10-8 m b) 10-10 m c) 10-9 m d) 10-12 m
C

158. 1 x 105 is written in ordinary form as:


a) 1000 b) 1.00000 c) 100000 d) 0.10000
C
159. 6 x 10-12 will be equal to: a) 3 x 106 b) 3 x 1018 c) 3 x 1012 d) 3 x 10-6
D
160. Density of air is 1.2 kg/m3. It can be expressed in gm/cm3 by:
a) 1.2 x 106 b) 1.2 x 103 c) 1.2 x 10-6 d) 12 x 10-4
D
161. One femto - second is equal to: a) 1015 sec b) 10-12 sec c) 1012 sec d) 10-15 sec
D
162. The pressure of 106 dyne cm-2 is equivalent of _______ in SI:
a) 105 Nm-2 b) 104 Nm-2 c) 106 Nm-2 d) 107 Nm-2
A
163. The present international standard of time is:
a) 1/84,400 of means solar day b) 9192631770 vibrations of cesium atom c) 1/60th of minute
d) 1/3156 107 of a year
B
164. Which of the following is not a fundamental quantity?
a) Length b) Temperature c) Electric charge d) Current
C