A. 30 m
B. 20 m
C. 50 m
D. 40 m
A. they reflect x-rays
B. they are bad absorbers of x-rays
C. they are bad absorbers of ultraviolet rays
D. they are good absorbers of x-rays
A. nature of atoms
B. arrangement of atoms in metals
C. position of atoms in metalloids
D. number of atoms in metals
A. 10 ms<sup>-2</sup>
B. 9 ms<sup>-2</sup>
C. 8.8 ms<sup>-2</sup>
D. 4 ms<sup>-2</sup>
A. 2.5 Hz
B. 2 Hz
C. 3.5 Hz
D. 3 Hz
A. Centripetal force
B. Centrifugal force
C. None of the above
D. Gravitational Force
A. product of all the capacitance
B. sum of all capacitance of capacitors
C. none of above
D. difference between the capacitors
A. 47°
B. 30°
C. 45°
D. 90°
A. average measurement
B. accurate measurement
C. estimated measurement
D. precise measurement
A. sum of potential difference
B. sum of current
C. sum of charges passing through it per second
D. sum of resistances
A. 1⁄h × ?(2 × g)
B. ?(2 × g × h)
C. 2?(g × h)
D. 2gh
A. 2 m<sup>2</sup>
B. 1 m<sup>2</sup>
C. 4 m<sup>2</sup>
D. 3 m<sup>2</sup>
A. magnetic flux
B. magnetic flux density
C. voltage
D. e.m.f
A. Joules
B. Newton
C. Watt
D. Pascal
A. 10<sup>-20</sup> m
B. 10<sup>-34</sup> m
C. 10<sup>-10</sup> m
D. 10<sup>-19</sup> m
A. electric field
B. magnetic field
C. voltage
D. current
A. 0.0005
B. 0.0003
C. 0.0008
D. 0.0006
A. tensile stress ⁄ tensile strain
B. tensile strain ⁄ tensile stress
C. length / area
D. tensile stress × tensile strain