Online Preparation PAF Physics Test 11

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 Test Instructions:- Test Name Pak Forces Test 11 Subject PhysicsÂ Test Type MCQs Total Questions 20 Minutes Total Time 20 Minutes Total Marks 100
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Physics Test No. 11

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In three states of matter, in which the attraction of molecules in lesser?

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............................Molecules have greater distance.

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The strong magnet less attracts ......................

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Mass is a ........................quantity.

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In refrigerator ...........................gas is used.

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The centripetal force is directly proportional to.......................of a body.

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The distribution of vectors into its two or more than two vectors is called.....................

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If 1000 Joule of a body is dropped from height then what will be its velocity on coming down?

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To add vectorsÂ  we kept in mind their .............................

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If current is passing through a Solenoid then the North Polo of Solenoid can be determined with the help of .......................rule.

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The density depends upon.............................of a body.

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If a 100 Kg weight is thrown in upward direction then on coming down side its weight will be......................

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The region around a magnet from which the effect of magnet can be determined is called..............

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Weight is a ................................quantity.

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In air the velocity of sound is .......................

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Hydrogen has...............................isotopes.

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Boyles law = ................................

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The electrons present in the veryÂ  last orbit of an atom are called..........................electron.

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If a body of mass "m" is attached with a rope then this .......................

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The relationship between electric current and magnetism was introduced by.....................

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5 thoughts on “Online Preparation PAF Physics Test 11”

1. 1- mass is scalar quantity
2- weight is vector quantity
3-centripetal force is directly proportional to mass and velocity as F=mv2/r but mass is more accurate as force varies as the square of velocity but the thing that is interesting is mass remain constant it does not change so by increasing velocity we increase force.
4- the electron present in last orbit are called valance electron.
5- the distribution of vector into 2 or more than two components of vector is called resolution of vector and not subtraction of vector