Weight of an object usually measured by

  • A. screw gauge
  • B. physical balance
  • C. beam balance or calibrated electronic balance
  • D. spring balance/compression balance
  • Correct Answer: Option D

SI unit of weight is

  • A. kilogram
  • B. newton
  • C. liter
  • D. meter per second
  • Correct Answer: Option B

Weight of an object depends on strength of

  • A. hotness
  • B. magnetic force
  • C. gravitational pull
  • D. biological pull
  • Correct Answer: Option C

Object fall to ground after we throw them up in air is due to force called

  • A. weight
  • B. mass
  • C. density
  • D. tension
  • Correct Answer: Option A

Mass of an object can be measured easily by using

  • A. screw gauge
  • B. physical balance
  • C. beam balance or calibrated electronic balance
  • D. spring balance/compression balance
  • Correct Answer: Option C

A measure of amount of matter or substance in a body is known as

  • A. weight
  • B. mass
  • C. density
  • D. tension
  • Correct Answer: Option B

If acceleration of a free fall on Moon is 1.6 ms-2 and on Earth is 10 ms-2. A rock has a mass of 10 kg on Earth. Its weight on Moon will be

  • A. 16 N
  • B. 100 N
  • C. 32 N
  • D. 50 N
  • Correct Answer: Option A

Mass is property of a body that can not be changed by its

  • A. location
  • B. speed
  • C. shape
  • D. all of above
  • Correct Answer: Option A

Due to Earth’s gravitational pull, 1 kg mass experiences force of

  • A. 5 N
  • B. 100 N
  • C. 50 N
  • D. 10 N
  • Correct Answer: Option D