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Physics 101

written by: bobby
 
Let's see how much you know about basic Physics. Enjoy!

Question 1:


The word 'physics' derives from the Greek - φ?σις (phusis), which means this.
Force
Earth
Matter
Nature

Question 2:


Laws of physics are properties, common to all material systems.
False
True

Question 3:


The culture of physics research differs from the other sciences in the separation of these two.
Theory and experiment
Abstract and real
Microscopic and macroscopic
Visible and invisible

Question 4:


One of these major subtopics is not part of classical mechanics.
Fluid dynamics
Kinetic theory
Chaos theory
Lagrangian mechanics

Question 5:


Law of Inertia is also referred to as this.
Newton's First Law
Fundamental law of dynamics
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law

Question 6:


Planck's constant (h) is equal to this.
6.626068 × 10^(-34) m^2 kg / s
1.67262171 x 10^(-27) kg
10973731.568 525 m^(-1)
1.05457168 x 10^(-34) J s

Question 7:

View the provided image.
The process shown on the picture is known as this.
Diffraction
Refraction
Interference
Polarization


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Question 8:

View the provided image.
On the portrait is depicted this great physicist.
Roentgen
Maxwell
Hertz
Faraday


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Question 9:


This is the number of fundamental interactions.
4
6
2
8

Question 10:


These two additive primary colors should be combined in order to get the color yellow.
Red and blue
Blue and green
White and red
Green and red

 


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