The Chennai School Of banking

GENERAL SCIENCE Physics-09

Question No : 1

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

Question No : 2

What is the substance known as where free ions are present in a cell?
(1) Electrodes
(2) Electrolyte
(3) Coolant
(4) None of these

Question No : 3

What is the SI unit of magnetic flux?
(1) Tesla
(2) Maxwell
(3) Weber
(4) Newton

Question No : 4

The principle of atomic bomb is based on
(1) Nuclear fusion
(2) Nuclear Fission
(3) Above both
(4) Above none

Question No : 5

Which one of the following does a TV remote control unit use to operate a TV set?
(1) Light waves
(2) Sound waves
(3) Microwaves
(4) Radio waves

Question No : 6

Which one of the following colours is seen in the middle of a Rainbow?
(1) Blue
(2) Green
(3) Red
(4) Yellow

Question No : 7

The safest temperature for keeping food fresh in a refrigerator is
(1) 4°C
(2) 8°C
(3) 0°C
(4) 10°C

Question No : 8

Waves used for telecommunication are
(1) Visible light
(2) Microwave
(3) Radio waves
(4) All the above

Question No : 9

Which of the following is a semiconductor?
(1) Plastic
(2) Aluminum
(3) Wood
(4) Germanium

Question No : 10

Spherical form of raindrop is due to
(1) Density of liquid
(2) Surface tension
(3) Atmospheric pressure
(4) Gravitational force

Question No : 11

Which one of the following is not correctly matched?
(1) Knot-Unit to Measure speed of ship
(2) Nautical mile – Unit of distance used in navigation
(3) Angstrom – Unit of length
(4) Light year – Unit of measuring time

Question No : 12

In which of the following processes energy is released?
(1) Respiration
(2) Photosynthesis
(3) Ingestion
(4) Absorption

Question No : 13

What is the SI unit of atmospheric pressure?
(1) Pascal
(2) Knot
(3) Joule
(4) Ohm

Question No : 14

Instrument for measuring light intensity is called
(1) Lucimeter
(2) Cryometer
(3) Cyanometer

(4) Barometer

Question No : 15

Isaac Newton invented _____
(1) Thermometer
(2) Reflecting Telescope
(3) Hydraulic Accumulator
(4) Transistor

Question No : 16

The cooling by a desert cooler is based on
(1) Hot air replacement
(2) Air dehydration
(3) Evaporative cooling
(4) Air rehydration

Question No : 17

Which among the following is not a unit of distance?
(1) Light year
(2) Longsec
(3) Astronomical unit
(4) Parsec

Question No : 18

If ice floating on water in a vessel melts, the water level in the vessel _____
(1) increases
(2) does not change
(3) first increases before decreasing
(4) decreases

Question No : 19

Which device is used to measure earthquakes?
(1) Endoscope
(2) Thermometer
(3) Sonograph
(4) Seismograph

Question No : 20

At hill stations, the boiling point of water will be
(1) same as at sea level
(2) less than that at sea level
(3) more than that at sea level
(4) equal to the melting point of ice

Question No : 21

Friction is caused by the _____ on the two surfaces in contact.
(1) Irregularities
(2) Smoothness
(3) Densities
(4) Gaps

Question No : 22

In the formula average velocity =frac{(u+v)}{2}, u is the _____
(1) Final velocity
(2) Initial displacement
(3) Initial velocity
(4) Final displacement

Question No : 23

What is the SI unit of Power?
(1) Boyle
(2) Watt
(3) Newton
(4) Pascal

Question No : 24

Electric Motor converts _____ energy to mechanical energy.
(1) Sound
(2) Mechanical
(3) Chemical
(4) Electrical

Question No : 25

Gravitational force is maximum at which of the following place?
(1) At equator
(2) At tropic of cancer
(3) At tropic of Capricorn
(4) At poles

Question No : 26

Which of the following represents Pressure?
(1) Force/Density
(2) Force x Area
(3) Force/Area
(4) Force/ Acceleration

Question No : 27

Isotopes of an element contain
(1) the same number of protons but different number of neutrons
(2) the same number of neutrons but different number of protons
(3) equal number of protons and electrons
(4) equal number of nucleons

Question No : 28

Magnetism at the centre of a bar magnet is
(1) Minimum
(2) Maximum
(3) Zero

(4) Minimum or Maximum

Question No : 29

Fathometer is used to measure:
(1) Earthquake
(2) Rain
(3) Depth of sea
(4) Sound intensity

Question No : 30

A body floats at 4°C water. If temperature reaches 100°C then
(1) The body will sink
(2) No change
(3) More part of the body will submerge
(4) The body will float freely

Question No : 31

The Pokhran II test was conducted on
(1) June 11th, 1998
(2) June 9th, 1998
(3) May 11th, 1998
(4) May 29th, 1998

Question No : 32

The light with the shortest wavelength is
(1) Red
(3) Yellow
(3) Blue
(4) Violet

Question No : 33

Fish can survive in a frozen lake because
(1) Fish are warm blooded animals
(2) Fish hibernate in ice
(3) Water near the bottom does not freeze
(4) Ice is a good conductor of heat

Question No : 34

The smallest unit of length is
(1) Micron
(2) Nanometre
(3) Angstrom
(4) Fermimetre

Question No : 35

Which one of the following is a vector quantity?
(1) Momentum
(2) Pressure
(3) Energy
(4) Work

Question No : 36

Which of the following material is used in the solar panel?
(1) Silicon
(2) Copper
(3) Nichrome
(4) Platinum

Question No : 37

A person is hurt on kicking a stone due to
(1) Inertia
(2) Velocity
(3) Reaction
(4) Momentum

Question No : 38

Who invented Neon Lamp?
(1) Vint Cerf
(2) David Chaum
(3) Georges Claude
(4) Josephine Cochrane

Question No : 39

Assertion (A): With the increase of temperature, the viscosity of glycerin increases.
Reason (R): Rise of temperature increases kinetic energy of molecules.
Code:
(1) Both (A) and (R) are true, and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
(2) Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
(3) (A) is true, but (R) is false.
(4) (A) is false, but (R) is true.

Question No : 40

Who invented Universal Standard Time?
(1) Enrico Fermi
(2) Adolf Gaston Eugen Fick
(3) Sandford Fleming
(4) Benoit Fourneyron

Question No : 41

Which among the following is a vector quantity?
(1) Heat
(2) Angular momentum
(3) Work
(4) Time

Question No : 42

Glass is also called _____
(1) Supercooled liquid
(2) Super liquid
(3) Ideal liquid
(4) Distilled liquid

Question No : 43

Barometer was invented by
(1) Evangelista Torricelli
(2) Charles Xavier Thomas
(3) Edward Teller
(4) Gustav Tauschek

Question No : 44

The term ‘Higgs Boson’ is associated with
(1) Nano Technology
(2) Oncology
(3) God Particle
(4) Stem Cell Research

Question No : 45

The laws which govern the motion of planets are called _____
(1) Newton’s Laws
(2) Kepler’s Laws
(3) Avogadro’s Laws
(4) De Morgan’s Laws

Question No : 46

According to the Second Law of Motion, for a given force, acceleration is inversely proportional to the _____ of an object.
(1) Density
(2) Volume
(3) Force
(4) Mass

Question No : 47

What is the process of conversion of solid state directly to gaseous state called?
(1) Evaporation
(2) Condensation
(3) Sublimation
(4) Distillation

Question No : 48

Pipelines in cold countries often burst in winter because
(1) Water freezes and expands in its volume
(2) Temperature of ice is less than that of water
(3) Pipelines contract in their volume
(4) Pipelines expand due to freezing

Question No : 49

An endoscope is a
(1) Narrow telescope
(2) Type of camera
(3) Simple microscope
(4) None of these

Question No : 50

The fuel used in Fast Breeder Test Reactor at Kalpakkam is
(1) Enriched Uranium
(2) Thorium
(3) Plutonium
(4) Tungsten