class 11 Physics MCQs for Exams Tests

Class 11 Physics MCQs for Exams and Tests

class 11 Physics MCQs for Exams and Tests if you want to improve your physics exam performance and marks in exam paper with our collection of physics multiple choice questions practice questions. Our class 11 Physics MCQs cover key physics concepts and are designed to help you test and improve your understanding. This practice question will help you to Get high marks in class as well as on job and university entrance tests. So test your knowledge with These class 11 physics MCQs and practice yourself for better performance in Exams.

class 11 Physics MCQs for Exams Tests

  1. The resistance of the air will be increased when the angle of launch:
    A. Is increased
    B. Is decreased
    C. Remains the same
    D. None of these
    Correct Answer: Is increased
  2. The angle subtended by an object with the center of a circle when it is moving from one point to another point on its circumference is called angular.
    A. Displacement
    B. Speed
    C. Acceleration
    D. Momentum
    Correct Answer: Displacement
  3. A missile is fired with a speed of 98 m/sec at 30° with horizontal. The missile is airborne.
    A. 10 sec
    B. 20 sec
    C. 30 sec
    D. 40 sec
    Correct Answer: 10 sec
  4. A missile is fired at 98 m/sec at 30° with horizontal. It reaches the maximum height of
    A. 196 m
    B. 98 m
    C. 122.5 m
    D. 2940 m
    Correct Answer: 122.5 m
  5. The direction of the Linear velocity of the body moving in a circle is.
    A. Along the axis of rotation
    B. Along the tangent
    C. Directed towards the center
    D. Away from the center
    Correct Answer: Along the tangent
  6. When the body is whirled in a horizontal circle by means of a string the centripetal force is supplied by.
    A. Mass of body
    B. Velocity of body
    C. Tension in string
    D. centripetal the string
    Correct Answer: Tension in a string
  7. Centripetal force performs.
    A. Maximum work
    B. Minimum work
    C. Negative work
    D. No work
    Correct Answer: No work
  8. A body can have constant velocity when it follows a __ path.
    A. Elliptical
    B. Circular
    C. Parabolic
    D. Rectilinear
    Correct Answer: Rectilinear
  9. When a body is moving along a circular path, it covers a certain angle in a given interval of time. Such type of motion is.
    A. Vibratory motion
    B. Linear motion
    C. Rotatory motion
    D. Angular motion
    Correct Answer: Angular motion
  10. The angle is called 1 radian if:
    A. S<r
    B. r<S
    C. r=S
    D. None of these
    Correct Answer: r=S
  11. If angular velocity changes, then linear velocity:
    A. Also changes
    B. Doesn’t change
    C. Becomes zero
    D. None of these
    Correct Answer: Also changes
  12. If the velocity changes 4 times, the range will be increased:
    A. 2 times
    B. 4 times
    C. 16 times
    D. None of these
    Correct Answer: 16 times
  13. The range of the projectile is the same on which of the two angles.
    A. 300, 60
    B. 150, 30
    C. 30, 70
    Correct Answer: D. 75, 15
  14. The time required to reach maximum height is 2 seconds, which is its initial vertical velocity component approximately?
    A. 10 sec
    B. 20 sec
    C. 30 sec
    D. 25 sec
    Correct Answer: 20 sec
  15. If a body is launched at 45° with a speed of 10 m/sec, find its approximate range (g= 10 m/sec).
    A. 20 m
    B. 15 m
    C. 10 m
    D. 5 m
  16. An Object in equilibrium always has zero:
    A. Velocity
    B. Momentum
    C. Mass
    D. Acceleration
    Correct Answer: Acceleration
  17. When a driver jumps he rolls his body to increase __ velocity.
    A. Linear
    B. Tangential
    C. Angular
    D. Resultant
    Correct Answer: Angular
  18. A body is said to be in equilibrium if it is:
    A. At rest
    B. In uniform motion
    C. Non- accelerated
    D. All of these
    Correct Answer: All of these
  19. The c.g.s unit of angular momentum:
    A. erg/sec
    B. erg sec
    C. j.s
    D. j/s
    Correct Answer: erg sec
  20. According to the law of conservation of angular momentum.
    A. = dl
    B. = dt/dl
    C. = dl/dt
    D. None of these
    Correct Answer: = dl/dt

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