Basics of Physics-Workbook-3


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-13

 

  1. Which box will require most amount of force to move?

A. 10 kg              B. 17 kg              C. 23 kg              D. None of them

 

  1. Matter through which heat moves quickly are called ______.

A. Insulator       B. Conductor    C. Metal             D. Carrier

 

  1. Which of the following is not a source of light?

A. Sun                 B. Light bulb     C. Fire                D. Fire extinguisher

 

  1. A force is applied on the pulley as shown in the picture. In what direction will the weight move?

A. Up                  B. Down             C. Left                D. Right

 

  1. A tailor uses ______ to measure the clothes.

A. Measuring tape                        B. Measuring cylinder

C. Clinical thermometer              D. Weighing machine

 

  1. Four students measured the length of a box using their own spans and measurements as given below. What do you conclude from the data?

A. Span is suitable for measuring length

B. The length of a span differs from person to person

C. Student 'O' has the shortest fingers

D. The fingers of the student M are longer than those of student P

 

  1. Which car will go farthest in two hours?

A. Green Car     B. Red Car        C. Yellow Car    D. None

 

  1. If the man in the above figure is able to move the rock through a distance, then ______ is said to be done.

A. Work             B. Force             C. Energy           D. Muscles

 

  1. Electrical energy can be produced by _____.

A. Coal                                            B. Water

C. Uranium                                    D. All of the above

 

  1. Work is said to be done when ____ produces displacement of a body.

A. Force             B. Energy           C. Distance        D. Speed

 

Answer Keys:

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