CHAPTER-5: LAWS OF MOTION

1. Newton’s First Law of Motion defines –

  • Energy
  • Inertia
  • Momentum of Inertia
  • Work
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Inertia

2. Measurement of which quantity is obtained through Newton’s 2nd law of motion? –

  • Force
  • Impulse
  • Acceleration
  • Momentum
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Force

3. Which law of motion of Newton’s defines force?

  • First
  • Second
  • Third
  • None of these
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First

4. To every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction which law of motion is this?

  • First
  • Second
  • Third
  • None of these
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Third

6. Newton’s which law is the real law of motion –

  • Newton’s First Law of Motion
  • Newton’s Second Law of Motion
  • Newton’s Third Law of Motion
  • None of these.
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Newton’s Second Law of Motion

7. The product of mass and velocity is called –

  • momentum
  • force
  • impulse
  • pressure
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momentum

8. The product of force and time which equals the change in momentum is called –

  • momentum
  • force
  • impulse
  • pressure
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impulse

9. All objects resist a change in their state. It is called –

  • force
  • mass
  • inertia
  • momentum
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inertia

10. Which of the following is not a conservative force?

  • Force of friction
  • Magnetic force
  • Gravitational force
  • Electrostatic force
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Force of friction

11. Which of the following is a non-conservative force?

  • Interatomic force
  • Gravitational force
  • Electrostatic force
  • Viscous force
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Viscous force

12. An object of mass 2kg is moving with the acceleration of 50 cm/s, Then force acting on it is –

  • 1 N
  • 10 N
  • 100 N
  • 25 N
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1 N

13. In the case of uniform motion acceleration is –

  • Zero
  • Negative
  • Positive
  • None of these
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Zero

14. The direction of the force of friction –

  • Perpendicular to the direction of motion of an object
  • Along the direction of motion of an object
  • Opposite to the direction of motion of an object
  • None of these.
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Opposite to the direction of motion of an object

14. A jet engine works on the principle of conservation of –

  • Mass
  • Linear momentum
  • Energy
  • Angular momentum
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Linear momentum

16. The units of impulse are the same as those of –

  • Energy
  • Power
  • Velocity
  • Momentum
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Momentum

17. A cyclist bends while taking turn to-

  • reduce friction
  • generate required centripetal force
  • reduce apparent weight
  • reduce speed.
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generate required centripetal force

18. Rocket propulsion is based on the principle of conservation of-

  • Mass
  • Energy
  • Linear momentum
  • Angular momentum
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Linear momentum

19. Which physical quantity have the same unit as that of impulse?

  • Energy
  • Power
  • Moment
  • Velocity
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Moment

20. Rolling friction is-

  • less than sliding friction
  • more than sliding friction
  • equal to sliding friction
  • None of these.
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less than sliding friction

21. Kinetic Friction is-

  • Less than static friction
  • More than static friction
  • Equal to static friction
  • None of these
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Less than static friction

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