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The GEd Practice Test - Science - Physics has been designed to test the concepts of the test taker in one of the main branches of science, namely Physics. This test covers topics like, mechanics and thermodynamics, energy transfer, electricity and magnetism, nuclear physics etc.
1. Which one of the following quantities corresponds to the rate of change of linear momentum?
d.Kinetic energy
2. A bus and a car are moving on a straight road with the same kinetic energy. They are brought to rest by the application of brakes which provides equal retarding force. Which one of them will come to rest in a shorter distance?
a.The bus
b.The car
c.Both will travel the same distance before coming to the rest
d.The distance will depend upon the horse power of the vehicle
3. The density of sea water increases as the:
a.Depth and salinity increases
b.Depth and salinity decrease
c.Depth increases and salinity decreases
d.Depth decreases and salinity increases
4. A simple pendulum oscillates between two extreme positions about the equilibrium position. There is a position exactly halfway between equilibrium position and one of the extreme positions. Which one of the following statements is not true? The energy of the pendulum will be:
a.Entirely potential at extreme position
b.Entirely kinetic at equilibrium position
c.Entirely kinetic at extreme position
d.Half kinetic and half potential at mid position
5. A steel ball floats on mercury because
a.The density of mercury is greater than that of the steel
b.The density of mercury is less than that of steel
c.Mercury is a metal in the liquid form
d.Any metallic ball can be made to float in any liquid by suitable adjustment
6. Which of the following phenomenon cannot be explained on the basis of the wave theory of light?
d.Photoelectric effect
7. A fuse should be made of material having:
a.A high melting point and a high resistance
b.A low melting point and a high resistance
c.A high melting point and a low resistance
d.A low melting point
8. Which of the following electromagnetic wave has the lowest frequency:
b.Visible light
9. which direction do electrons flow in an AC circuit at one given instant?
a.from positive to negative
b.negative to positive
c.either direction
d.they are static
10. the symbol for the term 'wavelength' is:
11. Finish the sentence- sound travels faster :
a.through a gas than through a liquid
b.through a liquid than through a solid
c.through a solid than through a gas
d.through a gas than through a solid
12. the word joule refers to:
13. which of these resistors has the smallest value?
14. which of the following is closest to the range of human hearing in a healthy in a healthy young person?
a.100Hz - 20MHz
b.100KHz - 30MHz
c.100Hz - 1000Hz
d.20Hz - 20KHz
15. what is the speed of sound in air?
16. which of the following is not a kind of radiation?
17. what is the overall resistance in ohms of a ceries circuit comprising the following? : 10M,40K,220R,2K2,1K,47R
18. What is Kinetic Energy?
a.energy at rest
b.energy of motion
c.energy that has done already
d.energy release
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By: maria on Jul 8, 2013
  very hard
By: Ted on Mar 21, 2013
  Good Review questions.
By: pat on Jan 7, 2011
  tierd of working minimum wage time to get a beeter education
By: usman on Nov 3, 2009
  good questions to solve
By: Himanshu on Jul 1, 2009
  Very good quiz
By: ZEESHAN ANJUM on Jun 25, 2009
  I do not have any interest in Physics So thats why I am trying to know my ability. I like computer subject.
By: john paul mac pherson on Jun 4, 2009
  practicing is good to form new path ways in your brain create them and use them
By: deepika on Jan 10, 2009
  its a great learning experience!!!

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