Working Model of Physics for Class 10

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Working Models of Physics for Class 10 Objective for Students

The motion of the wheels of a bullock cart while moving on the road is an example of:

(a) Oscillatory and rotatory motion

(b) Oscillatory and translatory motion

(c) Translatory and rotatory motion

(d) Translatory motion only

Option c – Translatory and rotatory motion

If the earth stops rotating, the apparent value of ‘g’ on its surface will:

(a) increase in some places and remain the same in other places

(b) increase everywhere

(c) decrease everywhere

(d) remain the same everywhere

Option a – increase in some places and remain the same in other places

The tape recorder records sound in the form:

(a) Sound waves

(b) Electrical energy

(c) Magnetic energy

(d) Variable resistance

Option c – Magnetic energy

In photoelectric emission, the energy of the emitted electron is:

(a) same as that of the incident photon

(b) larger than that of the incident photon

(c) less than that of the incident photon

(d) proportional to the intensity of the incident light

Option a – same as that of the incident photon

Angular momentum is equal to:

(a) moment of inertia angular velocity

(b) mass angular velocity

(c) linear velocity angular velocity

(d) mass linear velocity

Option a – moment of inertia angular velocity

Superconductivity:

(a) very feeble current

(b) very large current

(c) current without facing any resistance

(d) current due to positive particles

Option c – current without facing any resistance

A Tachometer is a device used to:

(a) gravitational pull

(b) speed of rotation

(c) surface tension

(d) dispersive power

Option b – speed of rotation

Tesla is a unit of:

(a) flux

(b) induction

(c) moment

(d) field

Option d – field

Relative humidity is expressed as:

(a) Grams

(b) Kilograms

(c) Percentage

(d) Ratio

Option c – Percentage

According to the special theory of relativity, the mass of a particle:

(a) increases with an increase in velocity with respect to an observer

(b) decreases with an increase in velocity

(c) decreases with a decrease in velocity

(d) is independent of its velocity

Option a – increases with an increase in velocity with respect to an observer

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