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Universities and Medical Colleges

Author:

Civil Engineering

University of Engineering and Tech. Lahore

Introduction

This book has been created specially to deal in detail with the most important,

common and confusing concepts and questions and to eliminate the common

errors committed by the various students. It, being so comprehensive, may be

used very profitably as a reference book by the students of both Pre

Engineering and Pre Medical for their Intermediate Exams and Entrance

Tests of various Colleges and Universities.

All chapters of Punjab Text Book have been discussed orderly in full detail

including all important points and topics. Since there is always a room for

improvement, advance knowledge and information, user demand and

aspirations, so this book will be revised and updated regularly.

After the feedback about this book, various books on Mathematics and

Chemistry are expected to be written by me. However, this book may prove to

be the first ring of this chain.

Above all, I thank Almighty Allah, Who gave me the opportunity and strength

to undertake this work. I pray that this effort may prove to be the stair case to

lead the students to the destination of success.

I shall ever wait for your suggestions and feedback.

Muhammad Shahid Hussain

Email address: civilengineer6692@gmail.com

Chapter 1: MEASUREMENTS

I.

called

a) Solid state physics

b) Biophysics

c) Natural Philosophy

d) None

Ans: c

II.

a) CaCO3

b) Iron ores

c) Sand

d) None

Ans: c

III.

a) Invariable

b) Accessible

c) Weightless

d) Both (a) and (b)

Ans: d

IV.

a)

b) 2 /5

c) 2 /3

d) 3 /2

Ans: c

V.

3

a) 4

b) 2

c) /2

d) /4

Ans: b

VI.

a) Absolute value

b) Error

c) Probability

d) All of these

Ans: b

VII.

a) Inexperience of person

b) Inappropriate method

c) Limitations of instrument

d) All of these

Ans: c

VIII.

count 10N, no. of significant numbers

a) 3

b) 2

c) 2.5

d) None

Ans: a

IX.

a) 1

b) 2

4

c) 3

d) 4

Ans: d

X.

a) 1

b) 2

c) 3

d) 4

Ans: c

XI.

a) 1

b) 2

c) 3

d) 4

Ans: a

XII.

There are two meter rods A and B have least count 0.01cm and 1hm,

respectively. A is more precise than B by

a) 102times

b) 103times

c) 104times

d) 106times

Ans: d

XIII.

Fractional uncertainty in velocity and mass of an object are 0.05 and 0.06,

respectively. What is the total uncertainty in K.E. if mass of particle is 10g and

velocity 10ms-1?

a) 0.04

b) 0.06

5

c) 0.08

d) 0.10

Ans: c

XIV.

Then what will be the total uncertainty in K.E if mass of body is 2kg and

velocity 10ms-1?

a) 3

b) 5

c) 7

d) 10

Ans: c

XV.

having least count 1sec and 0.1sec, respectively. If number of observations

taken by A are 10% of that of B, then uncertainty in TA is

a) 10times of TB

b) 50times of TB

c) 80times of TB

d) 100times of TB

Ans: d

XVI.

Suppose A = BC + D, where A has the dimension L/M and C has the dimension

L/T. Then dimension of B & D are ------------ &--------------, respectively.:

a) T/M, L/M

b) L2/TM, L/M

c) L/M ,TM/L2

d) L2T/M, M/L

Ans: a

XVII.

6

a) MLT-1

b) MT-2

c) ML-1

d) None

Ans: b

XVIII.

a) ML-1T-2

b) ML-1T-1

c) ML-2T-1

d) ML-3T-1

Ans: b

XIX.

a) L2T

b) L-2T-2

c) L-2T-1

d) L-1T-2

Ans: b

XX.

Dimensions of Entropy

a) ML2T-2K-2

b) ML2T-1K-1

c) ML2T-2K-1

d) ML3T-2K-1

Ans: c

XXI.

a) T

b) T-1

c) LT-1

7

d) L-1T

Ans: b

XXII.

a) ML2T-2

b) ML-1T-1

c) MLT2

d) None

Ans: a

XXIII.

system is

a) 5kgm3

b) 50khm-3

c) 500kgm-3

d) None

Ans: c

XXIV.

a) Mechanical work

b) Energy

c) Force

d) Both a and b

Ans: d

XXV.

a) 107J

b) 10-7J

c) 105J

d) 10-5J

Ans: b

XXVI.

a) Torque

b) Force

c) Energy

d) None

Ans: b

XXVII.

a) 5N

b) 6N

c) 8N

d) 10N

Ans: d

_______.o.______

I.

a) Lorentz Force

b) Power

c) Magnetic flux density

d) None

Ans: b

II.

this relationship?

a) A

b) B

c) C

d) D

Ans: D

III.

magnitude of the resultant is:

a) 0

b) 1

c) 3

10

d) 5

Ans: a

IV.

of this sum might be:

a) 0

b) 3

c) 12

d) 47

Ans: c

V.

A vector of magnitude 6 and another vector

:

The vector

a) must have a magnitude of at least 6 but no more than 18

b) may have a magnitude of 20

c) cannot have a magnitude greater than 12

d) must be perpendicular to

Ans: a

VI.

|2 = A2 + B2, then :

If |A + B

must be parallel and in the same direction

a) A and B

must be parallel and in the opposite direction

b) A and B

must be zero

c) Either A or B

d) None of these

Ans: d

VII.

If simple algebraic addition and subtraction are possible for two vectors, then

those vectors should be

a) Orthogonal to each other

b) Parallel to each other

c) Antiparallel to each other

11

Ans: d

VIII.

a) A and B are parallel and in the same direction

b) A and B are parallel and in the opposite direction

c) A and B are orthogonal to each other

d) Angle between A and B is 600

Ans: b

IX.

A vector has a magnitude of 12. When its tail is at the origin it lies between

the positive xaxis and the negative yaxis and makes an angle of 30 with the

xaxis. Its ycomponent is:

a)

6

3

b) 63

X.

is

In the diagram, A and B

about:

12

XI.

Two vectors lie with their tails at the same point. When the angle between

them is increased by 20 their scalar product has the same magnitude but

changes from positive to negative.The original angle between them was about:

XII.

Two vectors lie with their tails at the same point. When the angle between

them is increased by 20 the magnitude of their vector product doubles. The

original angle between them was about:

XIII.

=5 - 7j is:

Angle between the vector A =5 + 7j and B

XIV.

= -3 + 7j is:

Angle between the vector A =3 + 7j and B

XV.

XVI.

Which of the following is not an axial vector?

XVII.

XVIII.

XIX.

degree. Work

XX.

A force F = 5 + 7j

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