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MDCAT Physics MCQs Past Papers Quiz Test

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Medical Exams Preparations Question Answers MCQs

Q.1: Two convex lenses of equal focal length f are placed in contact the resultant focal length of the combination is-------- ?

  1. zero
  2. focus
  3. 2 f
  4. f/2


Q.2: In optic fiber transmission system -------- are used regenerate the dim light signal ?

  1. Diodes
  2. Repeaters
  3. Laser
  4. Transformer


Q.3: Ratio of the weight of H-atom to that of an electron is approximately----------- ?

  1. 18.336
  2. 1836
  3. 18360
  4. 183.6


Q.4: Photon of highest frequency will be absorbed when transition takes place from------- ?

  1. 1st to 5th orbit
  2. 2nd to 5th orbit
  3. 3rd to 5th orbit
  4. 4th to 5th orbit


Q.5: When X-rays are passed through successive aluminum sheets what happens to their thickness ?

  1. increases
  2. it decreases
  3. it remains same
  4. sometimes increases and sometimes decreases


Q.6: In n-p-n transistor, p works as--------- ?

  1. collector
  2. emitter
  3. base
  4. any of above


Q.7: In p-n-p transistor the collector current is---------- ?

  1. equal to emitter current
  2. slightly less than emitter current
  3. greater than emitter current
  4. any of above


Q.8: In the transistor schematic symbol, the arrow-------- ?

  1. is located on the emitter
  2. is located on the base
  3. is locate on the collector
  4. points form north to south


Q.9: To obtain a p-type semi-conductor Si Crystal must be doped with foreign atoms whose valency is--------- ?

  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 5


Q.10: At constant temperature the graph between V and 1/P is-------- ?

  1. Hyperbola
  2. Parabola
  3. A curve of any shape
  4. A straight lime


Q.11: Standard condition STP refer to a gas at ----------- ?

  1. 76cm 0°C
  2. 760mm 273K
  3. 1atm 273K
  4. all of the above


Q.12: In a clinical thermometer the mercury in the capillary tube does not contract once removed from the patient because-------- ?

  1. Mercury takes a long time to contract
  2. The amount of mercury use is very small
  3. The capillary tube has a small constriction near the bulb
  4. The capillary tube is very narrow


Q.13: Boltzman constant K in terms of universal gas constant R and Avagadros number Na is give as--------- ?

  1. K = RNa
  2. K = R/Na
  3. K = Na/Ra
  4. K = nRNa


Q.14: Which quantity is a state function--------- ?

  1. internal energy
  2. heat supply
  3. pressure
  4. volume


Q.15: n an LCR series circuit, if V is the effective value of the applied voltage VR is the voltage across R VL is the effective voltage across L & Vc is the effective voltage across C then---------- ?

  1. V = VR+VL+VC
  2. V2 = VR2+VL2+VC2
  3. V2 = VR2+(VL-VC)2
  4. V2 = VL2+(VR-VC)2


Q.16: The rectangular coordinate system is also called--------- ?

  1. Polar coordinate system
  2. Cartesian coordinate system
  3. Cylindrical coordinate system
  4. Spherical coordinate system


Q.17: The unit vector in the direction of vector A = 2 i^ -2j^ + k^ is----------- ?

  1. 2i^ – 2j^ + k^
  2. (2i^ – 2j^ +k^)/9
  3. (2i^ – 2j^ +k^)/3
  4. (2i^ – 2j^ +k^)/5


Q.18: Two vectors A and B are making angle θ with each other. The scalar projection of vector B on vector A is written as------ ?

  1. A.B/A
  2. A.B/B
  3. A.cosθ
  4. Both a and b are correct


Q.19: Null vector is a vector which has------------ ?

  1. Zero magnitude
  2. No specified direction
  3. Both A and B are correct
  4. Both A and B are not correct


Q.20: During fusion of hydrogen into helium-------- ?

  1. Energy is absorbed
  2. Energy is released
  3. Mass is increased due to energy absorption
  4. Mass is reduced due to the energy released



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