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Pascal’s Law Experiment

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Mock Test on Pascal’s Law Experiment for Students

The ratio of the area of the cross-section of the two pistons in a hydraulic machine is 1:15. Find the force that should be applied on the narrow piston to overcome a force of 120 N on the bigger piston :

(A) 2 N

(B) 6 N

(C) 4 N

(D) 8 N

Option d – 8 N

The diameters of two pistons in a hydraulic press are 5 cm and 25 cm respectively. A force of 20 N is applied to the smaller piston. The force exerted on the larger piston is :

(A) 250 N

(B) 750 N

(C) 500 N

(D) 1000 N

Option c – 500 N

Which of the following is not associated with the UNO?



(C) Security Council


Show Answer

The operating principle of a hydraulic lift is :

(A) Pascal’s law

(B) Boyle’s law

(C) Newton’s law of gravitation

(D) Archimedes’s principle

Option a – Pascal’s law

Hydraulic brakes work on the basis of :

(A) Bernoulli’s principle

(B) Pascal’s law

(C) Poiseuille’s law

(D) Archimedes’ principle

Option b – Pascal’s law

The International Court of Justice is located at?

(A) Geneva

(B) Hague

(C) Amsterdam

(D) Vienna

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Which of the following works on Pascal’s law?

(A) Aneroid barometer

(B) Hydraulic lift

(C) Venturimeter

(D) Sprayer

Option b – Hydraulic lift

The operating principle of a hydraulic press is :

(A) Pascal’s principle

(B) Archimedes principle

(C) Newton’s law of gravitation

(D) Boyle’s law

Option a – Pascal’s principle

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