The Chennai School Of banking

GENERAL SCIENCE Physics-06

Question No : 1

Energy conservation means
(1) Generation and destruction of energy
(2) Energy could be created
(3) Energy could not be created but destroyed
(4) Energy can neither be created nor be destroyed

Question No : 2

Who gave the Theory of Relativity?
(1) Isaac Newton
(2) Archimedes
(3) Albert Einstein
(4) Galileo Galilee

Question No : 3

While floating in a sea what part of an iceberg is above the surface of the sea?
(1)frac{1}{9}
(2)frac{1}{3}
(3)frac{1}{6}
(4)frac{1}{4}

Question No : 4

Xeric condition refers to
(1) low temperature
(2) low humidity
(3) high evaporation
(4) extreme temperature

Question No : 5

Indian Institute of Remote Sensing is situated
(1) In Ahmedabad
(2) In Dehradun
(3) In Shriharikota
(4) None of these

Question No : 6

When a ship floats on water
(1) it displaces no water
(2) the mass of water displaced is equal to the mass of the ship
(3) the mass of water displaced is lesser than the mass of the ship
(4) the mass of water displaced is greater than the mass of the ship

Question No : 7

The stars which appear in the form of closed groups and form recognizable shapes and patterns are known as
(1) Supernova
(2) Neutron stars
(3) Milky Way
(4) Constellations

Question No : 8

What is a perfectly black body?
(1) A body which absorbs the entire radiations incident on it
(2) A body which has zero coefficient of linear expansion
(3) A body which has zero absorptive power
(4) A body painted black on all sides

Question No : 9

Small drops of the same size are charged to V volts each. If n such drops coalesce to form a single large drop, its potential will be:
(1)n^{left ( frac{2}{3} 
ight )}V
(2)n^{left ( frac{1}{3} 
ight )}V
(3) n V
(4)N^{-1}V

Question No : 10

A wire with black insulation during electric supply is
(1) Live wire
(2) Earth wire
(3) Neutral wire
(4) Fuse wire

Question No : 11

Force is the product of
(1) Mass and velocity
(2) Mass and acceleration
(3) Weight and velocity
(4) Weight and acceleration

Question No : 12

If electrical conductivity increases with the increase of temperature of a substance, then it is a:
(1) Conductor
(2) Semiconductor
(3) Insulator
(4) Carborator

Question No : 13

Which physical quantity is represented by the ratio of momentum and velocity of the body?
(1) Velocity
(2) Acceleration
(3) Mass
(4) Force

Question No : 14

Suitable impurities are added to a semiconductor depending on its use. This is done in order to
(1) increase its life
(2) enable it to withstand higher voltages
(3) increase its electrical conductivity
(4) increase its electrical resistivity

Question No : 15

Which set of conditions represents the easiest way to liquify a gas?
(1) Low temperature and high pressure
(2) High temperature and low pressure
(3) Low temperature and low pressure
(4) High temperature and high pressure

Question No : 16

The focusing in the eye is done by
(1) Change in the convexity of the lens
(2) To and fro movement of the lens
(3) To and fro movement of the retina
(4) Change in the refractive index of the eye fluid

Question No : 17

Which one of the following atomic plants of India is located in the IV Seismic Zone?
(1) Kaiga
(2) Kalpakkam
(3) Narora
(4) Tarapur

Question No : 18

Light beam which is highly directional is called:
(1) Eraser
(2) Grazer
(3) Maser
(4) Laser

Question No : 19

The sun is visible to us a few minutes before the act sunrise because of:
(1) Scattering of light
(2) Diffraction of light
(3) Total internal reflection of light
(4) Refraction of light

Question No : 20

Oil spreads on water surface because
(1) Oil is denser than water
(2) Oil is less dense than water
(3) Surface tension of oil is more than water
(4) Surface tension of oil is less than water

Question No : 21

Which one of the following is not the unit of heat?
(1) Calorie
(2) Kilocalorie
(3) Kilojoule
(4) Watt

Question No : 22

Moving Electric Charge produces
(1) Magnetic field
(2) Sound waves
(3) Light rays
(4) Heat waves

Question No : 23

The device used for locating submerged objects under sea is
(1) Sonar
(2) Radar
(3) Laser
(4) Maser

Question No : 24

Earth revolves around Sun. Who was the 1st one to present this theory?
(1) Albert Einstein
(2) Galileo
(3) Copernicus
(4) Newton

Question No : 25

Instrument for measuring wind velocity is called
(1) Coulombmeter
(2) Anemometer
(3) Cyanometer
(4) Chronometer

Question No : 26

What is the angle between centripetal acceleration and tangential acceleration?
(1) 90°
(2) 45°
(3) 0°
(4) 180°

Question No : 27

Who established the foundations of the quantum theory?
(1) Max Planck
(2) Mark Nicholas
(3) Albert Einstein
(4) Alfred Hitchcock

Question No : 28

Density of water is maximum at _____
(1) 12 degree Celsius
(2) 8 degree Celsius
(3) 4 degree Celsius
(4) 0 degree Celsius

Question No : 29

Electroscope was invented by
(1) William Gilbert
(2) Alfred Nobel
(3) Joseph Nicephore Niepce
(4) Ted Nelson

Question No : 30

Formula for distance is
(1) speed x time
(2) time/speed
(3) speed x acceleration
(4) velocity /speed

Question No : 31

Which of the following physical quantities is a scalar quantity?
(1) Weight
(2) Impulse
(3) Power
(4) Acceleration

Question No : 32

Which one of the following is a good electrical conductor?
(1) Graphite
(2) Diamond
(3) Peat
(4) Charcoal

Question No : 33

In an optical fibre the signal is transmitted
(1) in a straight line path
(2) In a curved path
(3) due to total internal reflection
(4) Due to refraction

Question No : 34

In the absence of the earth’s atmosphere, sky would appear
(1) Blue
(2) Deep red
(3) White
(4) Black

Question No : 35

The frictional force exerted by fluids is also called _____
(1) Drag
(2) Buoyancy
(3) Upthrust
(4) Convection

Question No : 36

If an object moves in a circular path with uniform _____, its motion is called uniform circular motion.
(1) Speed
(2) Time
(3) Velocity
(4) Acceleration

Question No : 37

An image formed by a plane mirror, that cannot be obtained on a screen is called _____
(1) Virtual image
(2) Real image
(3) Inverted image
(4) Erect image

Question No : 38

Kelvin (K) is the unit of measurement of _____
(1) Density
(2) Pressure
(3) Mass
(4) Temperature

Question No : 39

When light passes from one medium to another, this phenomenon of change in its direction is called. _____
(1) Refraction
(2) Diffraction
(3) Propagation
(4) No option is correct

Question No : 40

What is the reason for formation of Mirage in desert?
(1) Refraction of light
(2) Reflection of light
(3) Total internal reflection of light
(4) Both Refraction and Total internal reflection of light

Question No : 41

What is the reason for formation of Mirage in desert?
(1) Refraction of light
(2) Reflection of light
(3) Total internal reflection of light
(4) Both Refraction and Total internal reflection of light

Question No : 42

Soap bubble attains spherical shape due to
(1) Inertia
(2) Pressure
(3) Surface tension
(4) Viscosity

Question No : 43

The time taken by a pendulum to complete one oscillation is called its?
(1) Maximum speed
(2) Average speed
(3) Time period
(4) Time interval

Question No : 44

What is the unit of resistance?
(1) Ohm
(2) Farad
(3) Henry
(4) Weber

Question No : 45

Why does a Black board appears black in colour?
(1) It reflects black colour
(2) It absorbs black colour
(3) It reflects all colours
(4) It absorbs all the colours

Question No : 46

If the speed of an object moving along a straight line keeps changing, its motion is said to be _____
(1) Uniform
(2) Periodic
(3) Circular
(4) Non-uniform

Question No : 47

For an object, the state of rest is considered to be the state of _____ speed.
(1) Increasing
(2) Decreasing
(3) Inverse
(4) Zero

Question No : 48

A galvanometer can be converted into a voltmeter by connecting it with a
(1) high resistance in parallel
(2) low resistance in parallel
(3) high resistance in series
(4) low resistance in series

Question No : 49

The group of solar cells joined together in a definite pattern is called a
(1) Battery
(2) Solar Heater
(3) Solar cooker
(4) Solar cell panel

Question No : 50

If an object is thrown upwards, what will be its velocity, when it reaches its maximum height?
(1) 0 m/s
(2) 4.9 m/s
(3) 14.7 m/s
(4) 20 m/s