Basics of Physics-Workbook-1


This workbook contains worksheets on Basics of Physics for Grade-4 NTSE Olympiad Science students. There are total 2 worksheets with 40+ questions.
Pattern of questions : Multiple Choice Questions…

Basics of Physics Worksheet-11

 

  1. What happens when a force is applied to an object?

A. A change in force occurs       B. A change in time occurs

C. A change in motion occurs    D. A change in object occurs

 

  1. What happens when heat energy is removed from an object?

A. It becomes cold                        B. It becomes hot

C. It becomes darker                   D. It becomes brighter

 

  1. Renewable sources of energy are called renewable because they ___.

A. can be reproduced by humans in a short period of time

B. can be reproduced by nature in a short period of time

C. will finish soon

D. burn very slowly

 

  1. Identify the part of the pulley shown below?

A. Wheel            B. Rod                C. Rope              D. Axle

 

  1. Which of the following unit is placed under the wrong quantity?

A. Metre             B. Litre               C. Minute          D. Celsius

 

  1. The least measurement that can be done accurately by using a standard scale is _____.

A. 1 metre                                      B. 1 centimetre

C. 1 millimetre                              D. 1 kilometre

 

  1. The _____ of a moving car is more than the _____ of a walking person.

A. Position         B. Distance        C. Speed             D. color

 

  1. The capacity to work is called ____.

A. Force             B. Energy           C. Machine        D. Movement

 

  1. Which one of the following is not true for machine?

A. Machines make work easy

B. Machines increase the speed of doing work

C. Machines change the direction of force

D. Machines produce energy

 

  1. The force which pulls a body towards the earth is called ____.

A. Friction                                      B. Gravity

C. Tension                                      D. Collision

 

Answer Keys:

(1)–C; (2)–A; (3)–B; (4)–D; (5)–D; (6)–C; (7)–C; (8)–B; (9)–D; (10)–B