Quantitative Reasoning MCQS for NTS Set 1

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The magnetic moment of a circular coil carrying current is
Inversely proportional to the length of the wire in the coil
Directly proportional to the square of the length of the wire in the coil
Directly proportional to the length of the wire in the coil
Inversely proportional to the square of the length of the wire in the coil

If two non-zero vector ?A? and ?B are parallel to each other, then ?A?, ?B is equal to
A – B
AB
A + B
Zero

The temperature at which the speed of sound becomes double as was at 27°C is
273°C
1027°C
927°C
0°C

When a Na ion and a CI ion are placed in air a force F acts between them when they are separated by a distance of 1 cm from each other the permittivity of air and the dielectric constant of water are ?0 and K respectively When a piece of salt is placed in water then the force between Na+ and CI ions separated by a distance of 1 cm will be
F/K?0
F
F/K
FK/?0

Two masses of 1 g and 4 g are moving with equal kinetic energies The ratio of the magnitudes of their linear moments is:
1:2
?2 : 1
4:1
1:02

According to Stoke’s law drag force depends on
Initial velocity
Instantaneous velocity
Final velocity
Terminal velocity

A piece of fuse wire melts when a current of 15 ampere flows through it.With this current, if it dissipates 22.5 W. the resistance of fuse wire will be
0.10 ?
10 ?
Zero
1 ?

One cannot see through fog because
The refractive index of fog is infinity
Light is scattered by the droplets in fog
Light suffers total reflection at the droplet in a fog
Fog absorbs light

Quantity that remains unchanged in a transformer is
Current
Voltage
None of these
Frequency

The de broglie wave corresponding to a particle of mass m and velocity v has a wavelength associated with it
hm v
m/hv
mh/v
h/mv

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