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M-CAPS-01 : PHYSICS
(Medical-Classroom Assessment Practice Sheet)
Topics covered : What is Physics, Scope and Excitement of Physics, Physics Technology and Society, Fundamental
Forces in Nature, Nature of Physical Laws, International system of units, Measurement of length, Mass, Time,
Accuracy, Precision of instruments & errors in measurements, Significant figures, Dimensions of physical quantities,
Dimensional formula & dimensional equations, Dimensional analysis and its applications.

Choose the correct answers :


1. Which of the following statements is true? 6. Friction force is
(1) Gravitational forces have finite range of the (1) Electromagnetic force
order of 101 to 106 m (2) Gravitational force
(2) Weak nuclear forces acts between all charged (3) Nuclear force
particles (4) Weak force
(3) Strong nuclear forces acts between nucleons 7. Exchange particle for the operation of strong
(4) Electromagnetic force have finite range and nuclear forces is
acts between all elementary particles (1) Bosons (2) Mesons
2. Photo cell is based upon the (3) Photons (4) Electrons
(1) Photoelectric effect 8. Which of the following forces governs the large
scale motions in universe?
(2) Newton's laws of motion
(1) Weak nuclear force
(3) Faraday's laws of electromagnetic induction
(2) Strong nuclear force
(4) Laws of thermodynamics
(3) Electromagnetic force
3. The range of gravitational force is
(4) Gravitational force
(1) Infinite
9. According to the law of conservation of energy
(2) Very short ~ 10–16 m
(1) Energy can be created
(3) Approximately ~ 10–15 m (2) Energy can be transformed from one form to
(4) Approximately ~ 10–10 m the other
4. The relative strength of electromagnetic force (3) The sum of total energy of all kinds in the
compared with strong nuclear force is universe remains constant
(1) 10–2 (2) 1 (4) Both (2) and (3)
(3) 10–13 (4) 10–39 10. Which of the following statements is incorrect for
nuclear forces?
5. The branch of physics which deals with atom is
known as (1) They are repulsive forces only when distance
between nucleons is less than 0.8 fermi
(1) Modern physics
(2) Nuclear forces are non-central forces
(2) Heat and thermodynamics
(3) Nuclear forces depends on charge on the
(3) Mechanics nucleon
(4) Electrodynamics (4) All of these

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11. Law of conservation of mass is included in 19. Which of the following is a unit of energy
(1) Law of conservation of linear momentum (1) mJ (2) μJ
(2) Law of conservation of energy (3) J (4) All of these
(3) Law of conservation of angular momentum 20. Average distance of the earth from the sun is?

(4) All of these (1) 4.8 × 10–6 par sec

12. “Isotropy of space” underlies the law of (2) 1.58 × 10–5 par sec
(3) 1.58 × 10–6 par sec
(1) Conservation of charge
(4) 4.8 × 10–5 par sec
(2) Conservation of energy
21. Which of the following is a unitless quantity?
(3) Conservation of angular momentum
(1) Plane angle (2) Solid angle
(4) All of these
(3) Refractive index (4) All of these
13. The value of universal gravitational constant G is
22. Barn is the unit of
(1) 6.67 × 10–11 Nm2/kg2
(1) Length (2) Area
(2) 6.67 × 10–10 Nm2/kg2
(3) Volume (4) Mass
(3) 6.67 × 10–9 Nm2/kg2
23. The order of magnitude of 1 μm distance is
(4) 6.67 × 10–12 Nm2/kg2 (1) 106 (2) 4
14. Unification of forces means (3) 10–6 (4) – 6
(1) There exists four fundamental forces in nature 24. A new unit of length is equal to 10 m. The area of
(2) There exists a relationship between the various 5 m 2 expressed in terms of new unit has
forces of nature magnitude
(3) Attempting to derive the properties of a more (1) 0.05 (2) 0.50
complex system from the knowledge of internal (3) 5.05 (4) 5.00
forces that acts between its constituent simpler
25. The density of water is 1 g/cc. The numerical value
parts
of density of water in new unit kg/m3 is
(4) All of these (1) 1 (2) 10
15. If A is astronomical unit, L is light year and P is (3) 102 (4) 103
parsec then which of the following is true?
26. Which of the following options is incorrect?
(1) A > L > P (2) A > P > L
(1) Gravity is always attractive, while electro-
(3) P > L > A (4) L > A > P magnetic force can be attractive or repulsive
16. One light year is equal to (2) The strong nuclear force binds protons and
(1) 5 × 105 m (2) 4.96 × 1010 m neutrons in a nucleus

(3) 9.46 × 1015 m (4) 1.5 × 1011 m (3) The weak nuclear force appears between
electrons and neutron for the stability of an atom
17. Astronomical unit is the average distance between
(4) The gravitational force is the force of mutual
the
attraction between any two object by virtue of
(1) Centre of the sun and that of the earth their masses
(2) Centre of the earth and that of the moon 27. One pound is equivalent to
(3) Centre of the sun and that of the moon (1) 2.534 kg (2) 0.729 kg
(4) Two poles of the earth (3) 0.829 kg (4) 0.453 kg
18. The quantity whose unit is not treated as a 28. If the unit of length is tripled, the numerical value
fundamental unit is of area of square will be
(1) Time (2) Mass (1) One ninth (2) One sixth
(3) Acceleration (4) Length (3) Nine times (4) Remains same
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29. True value of length of a wooden stick is 35. The number of significant figures in all the measured
38.762 cm. Its length is measured by using two value 25.12, 200.9, 4.156 and 1.217 × 10–4 is
different instruments of different least count.
(1) 1 (2) 2
Measurement results are 38.763 cm and 38.76 cm
respectively. Which of the following options is (3) 3 (4) 4
correct? 36. In a vernier calliper, one main scale division is
(1) 38.76 cm is more accurate and less precise x cm and n divisions of the vernier scale coincide
(2) 38.763 cm is more accurate and more precise with (n – 1) divisions of the main scale. The least
count (in cm) of the callipers is
(3) 38.763 cm is more accurate and less precise
(4) 38.76 cm is less accurate and more precise ⎛ n − 1⎞ nx
(1) ⎜⎝ ⎟x (2)
n ⎠ n −1
30. Match the entries in column I to all the entries in
column II. x x
(3) (4)
Column I Column II n n −1

A. 1 Astronomical unit (P) 1.66 × 10–24 g 37. A student measured the length of a rod and wrote
it as 3.50 cm. Which instrument did he use to
B. 1 parsec (Q) 9.46 × 1018 mm
measure it?
C. 1 light year (R) 14.96 × 1012 cm
(1) A meter scale with least count 0.1 cm
D. 1 Atomic mass unit (S) 3.08 × 1019 mm
(2) A vernier calliper where the 10 divisions in vernier
(1) A(S), B(R), C(Q), D(P)
scale matches with 9 divisions in main scale and
(2) A(R), B(S), C(P), D(Q) main scale has 10 divisions in 1 cm
(3) A(Q), B(R), C(S), D(P) (3) A screw gauge having 100 divisions in the
(4) A(R), B(S), C(Q), D(P) circular scale and pitch as 1 mm
31. If the time period of oscillation of a pendulum is (4) A screw gauge having 50 divisions in the
measured as 2.5 second using a stop watch with circular scale and pitch as 1 mm
1 38. The numbers 2.745 and 2.735 on rounding off to
least count second, then the permissible error in
2 3 significant figures will give
the measurement is
(1) 2.75 and 2.74 (2) 2.74 and 2.73
(1) 10% (2) 30%
(3) 20% (4) 25% (3) 2.75 and 2.73 (4) 2.74 and 2.74

32. In an experiment the angles are required to be 39. You measure two quantities as A = 1.0 m ± 0.2 m,
measured using an instrument whose 29 divisions B = 2.0 m ± 0.2 m. We should report correct
of the main scale exactly coincide with the 30 value for AB as
divisions of the vernier scale. If the smallest
division of the main scale is half a degree (= 0.5°) (1) 1.4 m ± 0.4 m (2) 1.41 m ± 0.15 m
then the least count of the instrument is (3) 1.4 m ± 0.3 m (4) 1.4 m ± 0.2 m
(1) One minute (2) Half minute 40. A physical quantity A is related to four other
(3) One degree (4) Half degree physical quantities a, b, c and d as
33. If L = 2.331 cm, B = 2.1 cm then L + B = a 2 b3
follows, A = . The percentage errors of
(1) 4.431 cm (2) 4.43 cm c d
measurement in a, b, c and d are 1%, 3%, 2%
(3) 4.4 cm (4) 4 cm and 2% respectively. What is the percentage error
34. Parallax error is a kind of in the quantity A?
(1) Instrumental error (2) Random error (1) 12% (2) 7%
(3) Personal error (4) All of these (3) 5% (4) 14%
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41. The values of two resistors are R1 = (6 ± 0.3) kΩ


and R2 = (10 ± 0.2) kΩ. The percentage error in 47. The dimensional formula of ∫ tdt is
the equivalent resistance when they are connected
(1) [M0L0T1] (2) [M0L0T0]
in parallel is
(3) [M0L0T2] (4) [M0L1T1]
(1) 5.125% (2) 2%
48. Which of the following formulas can't be derived
(3) 3.875% (4) 7%
using dimensional analysis?
42. Choose the correct statement
1
(1) If a formula is dimensionally correct then it (1) v = u + at (2) K = mv 2
2
must be physically correct.
(3) x = A sinwt (4) All of these
(2) Dimensionally wrong formula is physically
wrong. dv
49. The dimensional formula of m is
dt
(3) Physically correct formula may be
(1) [M1L1T–1] (2) [M–1L1T–1]
dimensionally incorrect
(3) [ML2T–1] (4) [MLT–2]
(4) A dimensionless quantity will never have unit.
50. Which of the following formula is dimensionally
43. If main scale division of screw gauge is 1 mm and
correct?
there 100 division on circular scale, then least
count of screw gauge is 2mv 2 mv 2
(1) F = (2) F =
(1) 0.1 mm (2) 0.01 mm r2 r

(3) 0.01 cm (4) 0.001 mm mv


(3) F = m2a (4) F =
t2
44. The length of a rectangular plate is measured by
a meter scale and is found to be 10.0 cm. Its 51. If linear momentum (p), acceleration (a) and time
width is measured by Vernier callipers as (T) are taken to be fundamental quantities, then
1.00 cm. The least count of the meter scale and dimensional formula for mass is
Vernier callipers are 0.1 cm and 0.01 cm (1) [p–1a–1T–1] (2) [p1a–1T–1]
respectively. Maximum permissible error in area
(3) [p–1a1T1] (4) [p–2a1T2]
measured is
52. Dimension of time in dimensional formula for heat
(1) ± 0.2 cm2 (2) ± 0.1 cm2 intensity is
(3) ± 0.3 cm2 (4) Zero (1) – 3 (2) 1
45. The error in the measurement of radius of a sphere (3) 2 (4) 3
is 2%, then the error in determination of volume of
53. If the unit of force is 10 N, the unit of acceleration
the sphere will be
is 2 m/s2 and unit of velocity is 5 m/s, then the
(1) 8% (2) 2% unit of momentum is
(3) 4% (4) 6% (1) 10 kgm/s (2) 15 kgm/s
46. A small metallic ball moves through a fluid with a (3) 25 kgm/s (4) 30 kgm/s
speed v in downward direction, experiences a force 54. The potential energy of a particle varies with velocity
F which acts in upwards direction. Experimentally, 3
the magnitude of this force depends on radius ‘r’ of v, as U = Av , where A and B are constants.
ball, velocity ‘v’ of ball and viscosity ‘η’ of fluid. The v +B
Dimensional formula of A/B is
correct relation between F, r, v and η is given by
(1) [M1L–1T1]
(1) F ∝ ηrv
(2) F ∝ η2rv (2) [M–1L1T1]

(3) F ∝ ηr –2v (3) [M0L–1T–1]


(4) F ∝ η–1r –1v –1 (4) [M1L1T–1]

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55. The dimensional formula of (μ0ε0)–1 is 58. A wave function expressing the displacement (γ) as
a function of its position (x) ad time (t) is given as
(1) [L1T–2] (2) [LT–1]
γ = P log (Qx + Rt).
(3) [L2T–2] (4) [L–1T–2]
Which of the following expressions has dimensions
56. Which of the following relations is dimensionally different from other?
correct?
(1) γR
⎛ L⎞ ⎛ L2 ⎞ (2) PR
(1) T = 2π ⎜ ⎟ (2) T = 2π ⎜ ⎟
⎝g⎠ ⎝g⎠
R
(3)
Q
⎛ L1/2 ⎞ ⎛ L ⎞
(3) T = 2π ⎜ 1/2 ⎟ (4) T = 2π ⎜ 1/2 ⎟ (4) QR
⎝g ⎠ ⎝g ⎠
59. The value of 120 joule per second on a system that
where, L is length of simple pendulum has 101 g, 102 cm and 103 second as base unit is
T is time period of pendulum (1) 12 × 1010 units (2) 12 × 1012 units
g is acceleration due to gravity (3) 12 × 1014 units (4) 12 × 1016 units
57. Acceleration (a), velocity (v) and displacement (x) 60. The dimensional formula of coefficient of viscosity
v x is
are related according to equation a = + .
A B
Dimension of time in dimensional formula of AB is (1) ML°T–3
(where A and B are constants) (2) ML2T–2
(1) 1 (2) –2 (3) M3L–1T–2
(3) +2 (4) +3 (4) ML–1T–1
  

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M-CAPS-01 : PHYSICS
(Medical-Classroom Assessment Practice Sheet)

ANSWERS
1. (3) (M) 2. (1) (E) 3. (1) (E) 4. (1) (M) 5. (1) (E)

6. (1) (D) 7. (2) (M) 8. (4) (E) 9. (4) (E) 10. (3) (M)

11. (2) (M) 12. (3) (M) 13. (1) (E) 14. (2) (D) 15. (1) (VD)

16. (3) (E) 17. (1) (E) 18. (3) (E) 19. (4) (M) 20. (1) (M)

21. (3) (M) 22. (2) (E) 23. (4) (E) 24. (1) (M) 25. (4) (M)

26. (3) (E) 27. (4) (M) 28. (1) (D) 29. (2) (D) 30. (4) (VD)

31. (3) (E) 32. (1) (M) 33. (3) (E) 34. (3) (E) 35. (4) (M)

36. (3) (E) 37. (2) (D) 38. (4) (M) 39. (4) (M) 40. (4) (M)

41. (3) (D) 42. (2) (M) 43. (2) (E) 44. (1) (VD) 45. (4) (E)

46. (1) (M) 47. (3) (E) 48. (4) (M) 49. (4) (E) 50. (2) (E)

51. (2) (M) 52. (1) (E) 53. (3) (M) 54. (1) (D) 55. (3) (E)

56. (3) (M) 57. (4) (M) 58. (4) (VD) 59. (2) (D) 60. (4) (E)

Question Level Questions Number


2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 13, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, 26, 31,
Easy (E) – 24
33, 34, 36, 43, 45, 47, 49, 50, 52, 55, 60
1, 4, 7, 10, 11, 12, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 27,
Medium (M) – 24
32, 35, 38, 39, 40, 42, 46, 48, 51, 53, 56, 57
Difficult (D) – 08 6, 14, 28, 29, 37, 41, 54, 59

Very Difficult (VD) – 04 15, 30, 44, 58

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