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Eleventh Grade (Grade 11) Physics Questions

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Grade 11 Forces and Motion
When an object is in free fall,                         .
  1. its speed stays the same
  2. it decelerates
  3. it accelerates
  4. none of the above
Grade 11 Forces and Motion
Velocity is                                     .
  1. the slope of a linear graph
  2. acceleration divided by displacement
  3. speed with direction
  4. the same in all reference frames
Grade 11 Energy and Momentum
The equation for kinetic energy is                                  .
  1. 1/2 mass times (velocity squared)
  2. 1/2 base time height
  3. 1/2 length times width
  4. density times velocity
Grade 11 Forces and Motion

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[math]v= (Deltad)/t[/math] is the equation to calculate
  1. acceleration.
  2. speed.
  3. velocity.
  4. slope.
Grade 11 Energy and Momentum
Power is defined as                                                .
  1. the something that enables an object to do work
  2. how much force an object has
  3. the rate at which work is done
  4. energy due to the position of something
Grade 11 Energy and Momentum
Grade 11 Matter
Which of the following is not true of gases, as compared to liquids or solids?
  1. Gas molecules are in constant, rapid motion.
  2. Molecules in a gas are tightly bound to each other by strong attractive forces.
  3. The kinetic energy of a gas is directly proportional to its temperature.
  4. The volume of a gas molecule itself is very small compared to the space the gas occupies.
Grade 11 Forces and Motion
Match the feature of the stress strain diagram with its explanation on the right.
__ Elastic Region A. Material will not return to original shape
__ Plastic Region B. Deformation of the sample; i.e. change in length or shape
__ Elastic Limit C. Point at which material will no longer return to its shape and will begin to permanently deform
__ Stress D. A force that would stretch a sample
__ Strain E. A force that would push from one or more sides toward the middle
__ Ultimate Stress F. Maximum stress the material can handle
__ Tension G. Force per unit area
__ Compression H. No permanent change in shape
Grade 11 Light and Optics
If a light ray strikes a flat mirror at an angle of [math]29 deg[/math] from the normal, the ray will reflect                                              .
  1. [math]29 deg[/math] from the normal
  2. [math]27 deg[/math] from the normal
  3. [math]29 deg[/math] from the mirror's surface
  4. [math]61 deg[/math] from the normal
Grade 11 Light and Optics
In the diagram shown below, the image of object B would be                                  .
  1. virtual, magnified, and inverted.
  2. real, magnified, and upright.
  3. virtual, diminished, and upright.
  4. virtual, magnified, and upright.
Grade 11 Light and Optics
What is the frequency of an electromagnetic wave with a wavelength of [math]1.0 times 10^5[/math] m?
  1. [math]1.0 \times 10^13 [/math] Hz
  2. [math]3.0 \times 10^3 [/math] Hz
  3. [math]3.0 \times 10^13 [/math] Hz
  4. [math]1.0 \times 10^3 [/math] Hz
Grade 11 Light and Optics
A light ray travels from air (n=1.00) into a glass block (n=1.50) parallel to the normal, i.e., the angle of incidence is 0°. Which of the following is true?
  1. The speed of light in the glass block is lower than in air.
  2. The light ray has an angle of refraction of 21°.
  3. The light ray is totally internally reflected.
  4. The speed of light in the glass block is higher than in air.
Grade 11 Light and Optics
What is the name of the medium that electromagnetic waves propagate through?
  1. Electromagnetic string
  2. Electromagnetic air
  3. Aether
  4. They do not require a medium to propagate.
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