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Measurements Quiz.1 with correct answers. All mcqs of measurements in pdf form. This quiz is important for your paper preparation. Mcqs of this are according to your paper pattern.You can find more quiz ,vectors and equilibrium, motion and force.

Here, you can find those multiple choice questions which can appear in your final exam. By solving these mcqs you can get good grade in final papers. Therefore, solve these mcqs carefully so that you can get exceptional success . Measurement is the process of comparing a physical amount to its standard unit. Physical quantities are all the quantities that are specified in terms of physics laws and whose measurement is required. The standard unit of a physical quantity is a specific amount of that quantity.

Measurements Quiz.1

Measurements MCQs With Correct Answers

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1. Least count of metre rod is

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2. There are four readings of a micrometer to measure the diameter of the wire in mm are 1.21,1.23,1.25,1.3.The mean of the deviation is

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3. The lenght of an object is recorded as 25.2cm by using the meter rod gratuated in millimeter , the absolute uncertainty in the reading

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4. Which of the following measurement is more precise ?

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5. In colour printing,the whole range of colours can be obtained by mixing

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6. The percentage errors in the measurement of mass and spead are 2% and 3% respectively.The maximum error in the estimation of kinetic energy will be

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7. The time taken by light to reach from Sun to Earth

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8. A measurement taken by vernier callipers with least count as 0.01 cm is recorded as 0.45 cm, it has fractional uncertainty

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9. The dimension of density are

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10. If the error in the measurement of radius of a sphere is 1% ,then the error in the measurement of the volume will be

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11. Which one of the following is type of uncertainty ?

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12. A precise measurement is the one which has

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13. least count is called

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14. The time taken by light from Moon to Earth is

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15. The accuracy of measurement depends on