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10th Class Physics Chapter 15 MCQs with Answers

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Grade 10 Physics Chapter 15 Online Quiz

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  • Test Name: 10th Class Chapter 15 Quiz Practice
  • Type: Quiz Test
  • Total Questions: 40
  • Total Marks: 40
  • Time: 40 minutes

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10th Class Physics Chapter 15 MCQs

10th Class Physics Ch 15: Electromagnetism

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A magnetic field is produced by ____________.

2 / 40

A transformer works on the principle of ____________.

3 / 40

The electromagnetic spectrum includes ____________.

4 / 40

The study of the relationship between electric currents and magnetic fields is called ____________.

5 / 40

The strength of the magnetic field produced by a current-carrying wire is directly proportional to ____________.

6 / 40

Magnetic materials are attracted to magnets because of ____________.

7 / 40

The property of a material to be weakly attracted to magnets is called ____________.

8 / 40

The ____________ effect is the phenomenon of a changing electric field inducing a magnetic field and vice versa.

9 / 40

The force experienced by a charged particle moving perpendicular to both an electric field and a magnetic field is called ____________.

10 / 40

The device used to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy by electromagnetic induction is called a ____________.

11 / 40

The magnetic field strength at the center of a circular coil carrying current is ____________.

12 / 40

The Earth's magnetic field is primarily generated by ____________.

13 / 40

The force experienced by a charged particle moving in a magnetic field is perpendicular to ____________.

14 / 40

The SI unit of magnetic field strength is ____________.

15 / 40

____________ is the fundamental force responsible for the interaction between electrically charged particles.

16 / 40

The magnetic field inside a solenoid carrying current is ____________.

17 / 40

The phenomenon of inducing an electromotive force (EMF) in a coil by changing the magnetic field through it is called ____________.

18 / 40

The property of a material to be magnetized in the presence of an external magnetic field and retain its magnetization when the field is removed is called ____________.

19 / 40

The magnetic field lines inside a current-carrying solenoid are ____________.

20 / 40

The magnetic field around a straight current-carrying conductor ____________ with the distance from the conductor.

21 / 40

The magnetic field lines outside a current-carrying straight conductor are ____________.

22 / 40

A device used to detect the presence and direction of a current in a wire is called a ____________.

23 / 40

The magnitude of the induced EMF in a coil depends on the rate of change of ____________.

24 / 40

The magnetic field lines around a bar magnet ____________.

25 / 40

The right-hand rule is used to determine the ____________ of the magnetic field produced by a current-carrying wire.

26 / 40

The unit of magnetic flux is ____________.

27 / 40

A material that does not retain magnetization after the removal of an external magnetic field is called a ____________.

28 / 40

The direction of induced current in a conductor can be determined by ____________.

29 / 40

An electric current in a wire produces a magnetic field that forms ____________ around the wire.

30 / 40

The device used to increase or decrease voltage levels in an alternating current (AC) circuit is called a ____________.

31 / 40

A device used to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy by electromagnetic induction is called a ____________.

32 / 40

The process of reducing unwanted electromagnetic interference in a circuit is called ____________.

33 / 40

The magnetic field lines around a current-carrying conductor form ____________ loops.

34 / 40

An electric current can be induced in a wire loop by ____________.

35 / 40

The magnetic field lines around a current-carrying straight wire ____________.

36 / 40

The direction of the magnetic field inside a current-carrying straight conductor is given by ____________.

37 / 40

The magnetic field inside a bar magnet flows from ____________.

38 / 40

An induced current is always produced in a direction that ____________ the change in magnetic flux.

39 / 40

The electromagnetic force between two electrically charged particles ____________ with increasing distance between them.

40 / 40

____________ states that an induced electromotive force (EMF) in a circuit is proportional to the rate of change of magnetic flux through the circuit.

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