Lecturer Physics Test 6 Online Preparation MCQs Past Papers

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Test NameLecturer Physics 
SubjectPhysics Test 6
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Physics Practice Test 6

1 / 25

A certain wire has resistance “R” the resistance of another wire, identical with the first except for having twice its diameter is:

2 / 25

When diamagnetic substance is inserted in a current carrying coil, the magnetic field:

3 / 25

The time required to charge a capacitor depends upon:

4 / 25

A current is following north along a power line. The direction of the magnetic field above it, neglecting the earth’s field is:

5 / 25

The electron volt is a unit of:

6 / 25

Which mirror be used for obtaining a  parallel beam of light from a small lamp?

7 / 25

The SI unit of power is:

8 / 25

What is defined as the ratio of image height to the object height?

9 / 25

The dimensions of Coulomb constant (k) are:
(a) Q−1 M−2 L−2 T−2
(b) Q−2 M L3 T−1
(c) Q−1 ML2 T−2
(d) Q−2 ML−3 T−2

10 / 25

Natural units are physical units of measurement based only on universal physical constants. Which of the following is a natural unit?

11 / 25

The dimension of gravitational constant G are:
(a) M−1 L−1 T−1
(b) M−1 L−2 T−2

c) M−1 L−3 T−2
(d) M−1 L−2 T−3

12 / 25

The separation between the plates of parallel plate capacitor whose original capacitance is now:

13 / 25

Which instrument measures the magnification of a telescope?

14 / 25

The SI derived unit of dose equivalent is:

15 / 25

The law that governs the force between electric charges bears the name of:

16 / 25

Which of the following are defects in lenses?

17 / 25

The energy of the molecular motion appears in the form of:

18 / 25

The physics underlying the operation of a refrigerator most closely resemble the physics underlying:

19 / 25

Which term is used for human eye defect “near sightedness”?

20 / 25

The smallest sub-division of a compound that exhibit its characteristics properties is called:

21 / 25

Which law gives the angles for coherent and incoherent scattering form a crystal lattice?

22 / 25

Which principle states that the path taken by a ray of light between any two points in a system is always the path that takes the least time (or the shortest optical path)?

23 / 25

One electronvolt (ev) is a unit of energy equal to approximately:

(a) 1.602 × 10−9 J
(b) 1.602 × 10−19 J
(c) 1.602 × 10−29 J
(d) 1.609 × 10−39 J

24 / 25

Which of the following are optical telescopes?

25 / 25

The time required for a charged particle to make a complete revolution in a magnetic field does not depends upon:

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