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# The Hydraulic Break works on the principle of _____ ?

 A) Pascal's Law B) Boyle's law C) Coulomb's law D) Bernouli's law

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0 deg K is equivalent to

 A) 273 deg C B) -273 deg C C) 0 deg C D) 100 deg C

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The component used for tuning a radio is basically a variable ___.

 A) Resistor B) Condenser C) Inductor D) Transformer

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The Beaufort scale is used to measure

 A) Atmospheric pressure B) Altitudes of mountains C) Wind velocity D) Intensity of earthquakes

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What is the name of the phenomena (driven by the scattering of light) in which mountain tops acquire a rosy or orange hue around sunrise and sunset?

 A) Brillouin scattering B) Circle of confusion C) Alpenglow D) Barrel distortion

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What is the name of the phenomena in physics and astronomy which involves the splitting of a spectral line into two or morecomponents of slightly different frequency when the light source is placed in a magnetic field?

 A) Lumen Effect B) Alpenglow Effect C) Zeeman Effect D) Raman Effect

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The product of mass and velocity is called:

 A) Potential energy B) Momentum C) Force D) Kinetic energy

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Complete the following.
1 kwh = ..........?

 A) 36 × 10-6 J B) 3.6 × 10-6 J C) 3.6 × 106 J D) 36 × 106 J

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A body is falling from a height of 200 m. After it has fallen 100 m, the body will possess:

 A) less kinetic energy and more potential energy. B) Zero potential energy and half Kinetic energy C) more kinetic energy and less potential energy. D) half potential energy and half kinetic energy.

Answer & Explanation Answer: D) half potential energy and half kinetic energy.

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