PPSC Lecturer of Physics Online Test 48 Solved MCQs

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Test NameLecturer Physics 
SubjectPhysics Test 48
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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PPSC LECTURER OF PHYSICS TEST NO. 48

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An object placed on an equal-arm balance requires 12 kg to balance it. When placed on a spring scale, the scale reads 12 kg. Everything (balance, scale, set of weights and object) is now transported to the Moon where the free-fall acceleration is one-sixth that on Earth. The new readings of the balance and spring scale (respectively) are:

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A car travels east at constant velocity. The net force on the car is:

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Mass differs from weight in that:

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A 25-kg crate is pushed across a frictionless horizontal floor with a force of 20 N, directed 20◦ below the horizontal. The acceleration of the crate is:

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An object rests on a horizontal frictionless surface. A horizontal force of magnitude F is applied. This force produces an acceleration:

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When a certain force is applied to the standard kilogram its acceleration is 5.0m/s2. When the same force is applied to another object its acceleration is one-fifth as much. The mass of the object is:

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A feather and a lead ball are dropped from rest in vacuum on the Moon. The acceleration of the feather is:

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The mass and weight of a body:

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Acceleration is always in the direction:

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A constant force of 8.0 N is exerted for 4.0 s on a 16-kg object initially at rest. The change in speed of this object will be:

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A constant force of 8.0 N is exerted for 4.0 s on a 16-kg object initially at rest. The change in speed of this object will be:

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An object placed on an equal-arm balance requires 12 kg to balance it. When placed on a spring scale, the scale reads 12 kg. Everything (balance, scale, set of weights and object) is now transported to the Moon where the free-fall acceleration is one-sixth that on Earth. The new readings of the balance and spring scale (respectively) are:

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When a certain force is applied to the standard kilogram its acceleration is 5.0m/s2. When the same force is applied to another object its acceleration is one-fifth as much. The mass of the object is:

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A feather and a lead ball are dropped from rest in vacuum on the Moon. The acceleration of the feather is:

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The inertia of a body tends to cause the body to:

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The term “mass” refers to the same physical concept as:

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The mass of a body:

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The mass of a body:

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The standard 1-kg mass is attached to a compressed spring and the spring is released. If the mass initially has an acceleration of 5.6m/s2, the force of the spring has a magnitude of:

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Mass differs from weight in that:

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The inertia of a body tends to cause the body to:

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The mass and weight of a body:

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A car travels east at constant velocity. The net force on the car is:

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Two objects, one having three times the mass of the other, are dropped from the same height in a vacuum. At the end of their fall, their velocities are equal because:

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Two objects, one having three times the mass of the other, are dropped from the same height in a vacuum. At the end of their fall, their velocities are equal because:

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