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Physics Objective Questions For Competitive Exams- Part 2

Physics Objective Questions For Competitive Exams

Physics Objective Questions For Competitive Exams

 

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First Person to record sound on steel plates

a) Bell

b) Poulsen

c) Newton

b) Poulsen

Frequency is measured by

a) Speedometer

b) Tonometer

c) Machometer

b) Tonometer

In which one of the following days the speed of sound is more

a) Wet day @ 0 degree Celsius

b) Wet day @ 30 degree Celsius

c) Dry day @ 30 degree Celsius

b) Wet day @ 30 degree Celsius

Intensity of sound is

a) Independent of amplitude

b) Dependent of frequency

c) Independent of frequency

c) Independent of frequency

Units of Intensity

a) Bell

b) Joule

c) Watt

a) Bell

In which one of the material the speed of the sound is more

a) Air

b) Water

c) Plastic Materials

b) Water

The quantity of energy present in the proton is

a) E = hv

b) E = h/v

c) E = he

b) E = h/v

Abbe Georges lemaitre proposed Big Bang theory and its proved by Hubble by using

a) Electric effect

b) Magnetic effect

c) Doppler effect

c) Doppler effect

Speed of the flying can be recorded with

a) Machometer

b) Speedometer

c) Anometer

a) Machometer

DVD refer to

a) Digit Versatile Disc

b) Digital Versatile Disc

c) Digital Verse Disc

a) Digit Versatile Disc

Death of person occurs if intensity of sound exceeds

a) 120 dB

b) 135 dB

c) 125 dB

a) 120 dB

Study of sound is

a) Soundtics

b) Speedometics

c) Acoustics

c) Acoustics

Pitch of sound is _____ of amplitude of sound

a) Equall

b) independent

c) Dependent

b) independent

Salt water is also called as

a) Ocean water

b) Base water

c) Brine solution

c) Brine solution

According Newton, the light properties in the form of minute particles are

a) corpuscles

b) Minute Particles

c) Newtonic particles

a) corpuscles

Normal Sound limit of humans

a) 75 dB

b) 65 dB

c) 60 dB

b) 65 dB

Red shift means

a) Contraction of universe

b) Expansion of universe

c) Unusall Contraction universe

b) Expansion of universe

Study of paper

a) Papeology

b) Paperology

c) Papyrology

c) Papyrology

Study of humidity

a) Hyposcopy

b) Hymnology

c) Hygroscopy

c) Hygroscopy

Quantum theory of radiation was proposed by

a) Max planck

b) Newton

c) Bell

a) Max planck

 

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