Science(physics) Questions For CTET,KVS Exam: 19 november 2018

Today, we are providing you the Physics Questions, which help you to command over this subjects.Taught many interesting physics facts and information and add some fun in a science teaching learning process.This section is not only important for CTET exam but also for other TET Exam i.e UPTET, REET, KVS,DSSSB Exam etc. So, we will provide you the questions which will help you in preparing for Exams

Q1. Who defined the law of gravitation ?
(a) Newton
(b) Archimedes
(c) Galileo
(d) Faraday

Q2. The metal used to make lightning conductors is
(a) Iron
(b) Aluminium
(c) Copper
(d) Zinc

Q3. A hydrogen balloon floats up because of
(a) air pressure decreases with decrease in height
(b) air pressure decreases with decrease in weight
(c) weight of the balloon is less than the weight of air displaced by it.
(d) the pressure inside the balloon is more than the pressure outside it

Q4. In a rechargeable cell what kind of energy is stored within the cell?
(a) Electrical energy
(b) Potential energy
(c) Chemical energy
(d) Kinetic energy

Q5. Which one of the following lenses should be used to correct the defect of astigmatism ?
(a) Cylindrical lens
(b) Concave lens
(c) Convex lens
(d) Bifocal lens

Q6. Superconductors are those elements
(a) Whose conductivity is intermediate between metals and insulators
(b) Whose resistance falls almost to zero at very low temperatures
(c) which turn into insulators at very low temperatures
(d) which conduct electricity only at super-high temperatures

Q7. In Laser (say neon laser) all the atoms emit the light waves of
(a) Same frequency
(b) Same amplitude
(c) Same phase
(d) All of the above

Q8. Which of the following has got more heat capacity ?
(a) Iron piece
(b) Water
(c) Gold piece
(d) Benzene

Q9. If the temperature of a place increases suddenly, the relative humidity
(a) Increases
(b) Decreases
(c) Remains constant
(d) Fluctuates

Q10. Fleming’s right hand rule is used to find the direction of the
(a) Alternate current
(b) Direct current
(c) Induced current
(d) Actual current

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