# Physics Quiz For Class 11

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## Physics Quiz For Class 11 Quiz Instructions:

• There will be 30 multiple-choice questions in this online test.
• The answer to the questions will change randomly each time you start this test.
• Practice this test at least 3 times if you want to secure High Marks.
• At the End of the Test, you can see your Test score and Rating.
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• Question of

## What exactly is a conservative force conserving?

• Force
• Energy
• Velocity
• Acceleration
• Question of

## The force that is not one of the conservative forces is

• frictional force
• gravitational force
• electric force
• elastic spring force
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• Zero
• Minimum
• Maximum
• Infinity
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• Zero
• One
• Two
• Three
• Question of

## What exactly is a conservative force conserving?

• Force
• Energy
• Velocity
• Acceleration
• Question of

## The force that is not one of the conservative forces is

• frictional force
• gravitational force
• electric force
• elastic spring force
• Question of

• Zero
• Minimum
• Maximum
• Infinity
• Question of

• emit
• transfer
• absorb
• None
• Question of

• electrons
• protons
• photons
• None
• Question of

• single
• dual
• triple
• None
• Question of

## According to ________ speed of light is 300 000 km/s

• Albert Michelson
• Christian Huygens
• Olaus Roemer
• None
• Question of

• 399,920
• 199,920
• 299,920
• None
• Question of

## The energy that travels in a wave that is partly electric and partly magnetic is called _________

• X-rays
• electromagnetic waves
• None
• Question of

## The range of electromagnet waves are called _______.

• electromagnet spectrum
• electromagnetic induction
• electromagnetic particles
• None
• Question of

## Electromagnetic waves of frequencies lower than the red of visible light are called _________.

• ultraviolet
• infrared
• gamma rays
• None
• Question of

## Electromagnetic waves of frequencies higher than those of violet are called __________.

• microwaves
• ultraviolet
• None
• Question of

## Materials that transmit light are ________.

• atoms
• opaque
• transparent
• None
• Question of

## Examples of opaque materials are_______.

• wood; stone; people
• glass; metals; sink
• none of the above
• None
• Question of

• ray
• eclipse
• None
• Question of

## When light shines on an object, some of the rays may be stopped while others pass on _____.

• in a straight-line path
• in a curved-line path
• in no path
• None
• Question of

• penumbra
• beam
• neutron
• None
• Question of

• planets
• Earth
• sun
• None
• Question of

• particles
• waves
• energy
• None
• Question of

## Waves are transversal and not ________.

• longitudinal
• horizontal
• straight
• None
• Question of

## Polarization is when waves travel _________.

• vertical
• diagonal
• transversal
• None
• Question of

## Waves can be vertically or _______________ polarized

• positively
• horizontally
• diagonally
• None
• Question of

## Light that reflects at glancing angles from_________ surfaces, such as glass, water or roads, vibrates mainly in the plane of the reflecting surface

• non-metallic
• metallic
• plastic
• None
• Question of

• 2-D
• 4-D
• 3-D
• None
• Question of

• acute
• right
• obtuse
• None
• Question of

• 7
• 8
• 5
• 2