Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Physics Trivia Questions and Answers

Our Physics Trivia Questions and Answers will clear all the concepts of acceleration, motion, forces, momentum, and many more concepts of physics.

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Q1. In the absence of air resistance, this object will fall to the ground the fastest.
Bowling ball
Feather
Baseball
They would all fall at the same rate.

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Q2. Momentum is mass in motion. ________ object does NOT have momentum.
A cyclist moving at a constant speed
A broken down car sitting in the driveway
A dog running across a field
The ISS orbiting the Earth

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Q3. An object that is denser than water will do ________ when placed in a container of water.
Sink
Dissolve
Float
Suspend

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Q4. A ball is dropped from rest from the top of a building. Assume negligible air resistance. __________ force is acting on the object.
Gravitational
Applied
Tension
Spring

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Q5. __________ is the lowest theoretical temperature possible.
-5,0000 degrees Kelvin
Absolute Zero
-5,000 degrees Celsius
0 degrees Celsius

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Q6. ________ happens when you cut a bar magnet (with North and South ends) in half?
There'll be two identical magnets - just smaller than the original.
There'll be one North magnet and one South magnet.
The North and South ends will switch.
It will no longer be a magnet.

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Q7. __________ is the main factor that affects the speed of a sound wave.
Loudness of the sound
Pitch of the sound
Properties of the medium through which the sound is traveling
Amplitude of the sound wave

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Q8. The atom is made up of particles with positive, negative or neutral charges. _________ has a positive charge.
Neutron
Electron
Proton
Photon

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Q9. _________ term describes the number of times a wave is generated per second.
Frequency
Amplitude
Trough
Wavelength

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Q10. __________ unit is used to measure electric resistance.
Ohm
Lumen
Joule
Ampere

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Q11. A hydrogen atom have ____________ protons.




1
2
3
4

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Q12. Density is measured in ________ ratio.




Mass to Weight
Inertia to Mass
Mass to Volume
Volume to Weight

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Q13. __________ is the standard unit of measure for pressure.
Pascal
Newton
Meter
Watt

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Q14. _________ is the acceleration of a car that maintains a velocity of 60 mph for 10 seconds.
0 m/s/s
60 m/s/s
600 m/s/s
6 m/s/s

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Q15. __________ objects possess the most gravitational potential energy.
A 30 kg object at a height of 5 meters
A 100 kg object at a height of 1 meter
A 10 kg object at a height of 20 meters
A 10 kg object at a height of 10 meters

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Q16. A skydiver has reached terminal velocity after jumping out of the plane. It's greatest force will be ____________.
Gravitational
Air resistance
Both
None

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Q17. A positive ion have ________ electrons.
More than the neutral atom
Fewer than the neutral atom
Exactly zero, no matter the ion
The same number as the neutral atom

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Q18. _______ doesn't belong to nucleus of an atom.
Proton
Neutron
Quark
Electron

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Q19. The term used to describe the difference in charge between two points is called ____________.
Voltage
Current
Joule
Resistance

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Q20. Your body have a mass of 80 kg on the Earth. _______ is your mass on the moon.
13 kg
80 kg
30 kg
40 kg

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Q21. __________ does not demonstrate an example of acceleration.
A satellite circling earth at a constant speed
A hockey puck sliding across ice in a straight line at a constant speed
A ball speeding up as it is thrown
A ball slowing down as it is caught

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Q22. Sunsets have a reddish-orange color associated with them. This is caused by ___________ phenomenon.
Polarization
Refraction
Diffraction
Dispersion

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Q23. __________ are the three primary colors of light.
Orange, yellow and violet
Red, blue and yellow
Cyan, magenta and green
Red, green and blue

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Q24. __________ is the most radioactive element.
Polonium
Hydrogen
Radium
Uranium

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Q25. A book resting on a table experiences a gravitational force pulling downward. ____________ upward force is also exerted on the book.
Normal
Tension
Friction
Applied

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PHYSICS TRIVIA QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:

Physics Trivia Questions and Answers are made by collecting information about different concepts of physics.

ABOUT PHYSICS:

Defining physics is the study of energy and matter and their relationships in space and time. Physics studies how things move and what forces make them move. For example, physics uses speed and acceleration to show how things move.

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