Experiments Quiz

Karen Bugeja
Quiz by Karen Bugeja, updated more than 1 year ago
Karen Bugeja
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Form 3-Form 5 Physics (1. Intro) Quiz on Experiments Quiz, created by Karen Bugeja on 10/24/2015.

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Question 1

Question
What measuring device would you use to obtain the value of the volume in a coffee mug?
Answer
  • eureka can
  • top pan balance
  • measuring cylinder
  • stop watch

Question 2

Question
What measuring device would you use to obtain the value of the mass of an apple?
Answer
  • eureka can
  • measuring cylinder
  • top pan balance
  • stop watch

Question 3

Question
What measuring device would you use to obtain the value of the length of the pendulum of a grandfather clock?
Answer
  • eureka can
  • measuring tape
  • metre ruler
  • vernier scale

Question 4

Question
What measuring device would you use to obtain the value of the thickness of a wire?
Answer
  • measuring cylinder
  • vernier scale
  • micrometer screw gauge
  • metre ruler

Question 5

Question
What measuring device would you use to obtain the value of the temperature in a cup of tea?
Answer
  • measuring cylinder
  • electronic balance
  • thermometer
  • protractor

Question 6

Question
What measuring device would you use to obtain the value of the time taken to run 20 stairs ?
Answer
  • metre ruler
  • vernier scale
  • stop watch
  • wrist watch

Question 7

Question
What measuring device would you use to obtain the value of the time taken for an apple to fall 1 metre?
Answer
  • stop watch
  • electronic timer
  • metre ruler
  • measuring tape

Question 8

Question
What measuring device would you use to obtain the value of the angle of a beam of light hitting a mirror?
Answer
  • measuring tape
  • metre ruler
  • protractor
  • vernier scale

Question 9

Question
How would you write the number 9.755864 to two decimal places?
Answer
  • 9.756
  • 9.76
  • 9.75
  • 9.8

Question 10

Question
Mark wants to find the volume of a rock. He puts 60 cm^3 of water in a measuring cylinder. After he places a rock the new reading is 75 cm^3. What is the volume of the rock?
Answer
  • 60cm^3
  • 75cm^3
  • 135 cm^3
  • 15cm^3
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