14/10/2019Tutor Test (Physics) 0Comments by Gate Academy Welcome to your Tutor Test (Physics)You have 10 minutes to complete the test of %TOTAL_QUESTIONS% questions.Instructions 1. Answer ALL Questions. 2. Make sure you are prepared before you start the test. 3. Make sure you have a steady internet connection. 4. Do not attempt to reload the test page once you begin. 5. Fill the text field below with your correct details before you begin Full Name Email Address 1. Which of the following is a set of vectors? mass, weight and density force, mass and moment mass, volume and density acceleration, velocity and moment2. A vector quantity can only be completely described when ________ and _______ are mentioned. moment and momentum magnitude and motion magnitude and direction distance and specified displacement3. Which of the following is equivalent to Kgm/s? Ns Nms J/s N/s4. In order to remove the error of parallax when taking measurements with a meter rule, the eye should be focused vertically downwards on the markings slantingly towards the left on the markings vertically upwards on the markings slantingly towards the right on the markings5. What is the relationship between mechanical advantage (MA), velocity ratio (VR) and efficiency in percentage? MA = E × VR MA = 1/E × 100% E = MA/VR × 100% VR = 1/(sinθ×MA)6. Two cars moving in the same direction have speeds of 100km/h and 130km/h. What is the velocity of the faster car as measured by an observer in a slower car? 200km/h 230km/h 30km/h 100km/h 130km/h7. Two points on a velocity time graph have co-ordinates (5s, 10m/s) and (20s, 20m/s). Calculate the mean acceleration between the two points. 2.00m/s² 0.83m/s² 0.67m/s² 1.50m/s²8. Which of the following is not luminous object? The sun The moon A lit candle A star9. The heating element of an electric heater is made of ____ Nichrome None of these Aluminum Copper10. A body accelerates uniformly from rest at 6m/s² for 8 seconds and then decelerates uniformly to rest in the next 5 seconds. The magnitude of the deceleration is 48.0 m/s² 19.2 m/s² 24.0 m/s² 9.6 m/s²11. A vector of magnitude 5 units in the north direction is combined with another vector to give zero resultant. The other vector is 5 units in the south direction 10 units in the north direction 5 units in the west direction 10 units in the south direction 5 units in the east direction12. If the tape of a ticker-timer shows dots equally spaced at 1cm apart and the vibrator makes 50 dots per second, what is the speed of the tape in m/s? 50 0.1 5.0 0.02 0.513. If an object is placed at a height of 10 m above the ground at a stationary point. What type of energy does it possess? Potential energy Stationary energy Mechanical energy Vibrational energy14. The external parts of an object can be measured accurately through the use of which scientific instrument? None of the above Vernier caliper Meter rule Micrometer screw guage15. Which of the following statements are true about the spring balance and the chemical balance?I. a change in gravity changes the reading of a spring balance but not that of a chemical balance.II. both are used to measure the mass of an object.III. either of them may be used to measure the weight of an object.IV. the spring balance works on the principle of Hooke's law while the chemical balance works on the principle of moments. none of the above III and IV only II and III only I and IV only all of the above16. What is the inductance (L) of an inductor whose reactance is 1 Ω at 50/π Hertz (H)? 10 H 1 H 0.01 H 100 H17. Which of the following pairs of physical quantities comprises vectors? capacitance & inductance energy & power electric field potential & electric field intensity force ratio & velocity ratio friction & momentum18. The physical quantity that has the same dimensions as impulse is? torque energy pressure surface tension momentum19. A vernier scale was formed by dividing a length of 19mm into 20 equal parts. If this vernier is used with a main scale marked in mm, what is the smallest distance that can be measured? 0.5mm 0.1mm 0.005mm 0.001mm 0.05mm20. A single force which produces the same effect as a set of forces acting together at a point is known as the equilibrant resistant component equilibrium resultantYou've successfully completed your test.Submit below Time is Up!