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10th Class Physics Chapter 14 MCQs with Answers

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Grade 10 Physics Chapter 14 Online Quiz

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  • Test Name: 10th Class Chapter 14 Quiz Practice
  • Type: Quiz Test
  • Total Questions: 40
  • Total Marks: 40
  • Time: 40 minutes

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10th Class Physics Chapter 14 MCQs

10th Class Physics Ch 14: Current Electricity

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1 / 40

The potential difference across a resistor with a resistance of 10 ohms and a current of 2 amperes is ____________.

2 / 40

_____________ is the flow of electric charge through a conductor.

3 / 40

The total resistance of resistors in series is ____________.

4 / 40

____________ is the potential difference between two points in a circuit.

5 / 40

A device that opposes the flow of electric current is called a ____________.

6 / 40

The voltage drop across a resistor with a resistance of 5 ohms and a current of 2 amperes is ____________.

7 / 40

The device used to measure electric current is called a ____________.

8 / 40

The current that flows through a resistor is ____________ proportional to the voltage across it, according to Ohm's law.

9 / 40

The unit of electrical energy consumed over time is ____________.

10 / 40

In a series circuit, the current through each component is ____________.

11 / 40

The unit of electrical resistance is ____________.

12 / 40

The voltage provided by a standard household outlet is typically ____________.

13 / 40

The reciprocal of resistance is ____________.

14 / 40

The electrical resistance of a wire ____________ as its cross-sectional area increases.

15 / 40

The formula to calculate electric power is ____________.

16 / 40

In a parallel circuit, the voltage across each component is ____________.

17 / 40

The flow of electric charge that does not change direction is called ____________ current.

18 / 40

A device that stores electrical energy in an electric field is called a ____________.

19 / 40

The equivalent resistance of two resistors connected in parallel is always ____________.

20 / 40

The symbol 'I' is used to represent ____________ in electrical circuits.

21 / 40

The device used to change the voltage of alternating current is called a ____________.

22 / 40

The device used to protect electrical appliances from sudden voltage spikes is called a ____________.

23 / 40

The electrical resistance of a conductor ____________ as its temperature increases.

24 / 40

The electrical resistance of a wire depends on its ____________.

25 / 40

____________ law states that the current passing through a conductor is directly proportional to the voltage across it, given constant temperature.

26 / 40

The flow of electric charge that goes in one direction is called ____________ current.

27 / 40

The rate at which electric energy is consumed in an electric circuit is measured in ____________.

28 / 40

The electrical resistance of a wire ____________ as its length increases.

29 / 40

The current in a circuit with a resistance of 20 ohms and a voltage of 100 volts is ____________.

30 / 40

The total resistance of resistors in parallel is ____________.

31 / 40

The flow of electric charge that changes direction periodically is called ____________ current.

32 / 40

A material with zero electrical resistance at very low temperatures is called a ____________.

33 / 40

A component that allows the flow of current in one direction only is called a ____________.

34 / 40

The SI unit of electrical power is ____________.

35 / 40

Ohm's law is represented by the equation ____________.

36 / 40

A resistor with a resistance of 100 ohms is connected in series with another resistor of 200 ohms. The total resistance is ____________.

37 / 40

A material with high conductivity and low resistivity is called a _____________.

38 / 40

The SI unit of electric current is ____________.

39 / 40

The device used to measure electrical potential difference is called a ____________.

40 / 40

In a series circuit, the total resistance is ____________.

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