Motion and Time MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science Chapter 13 Answers

Motion and Time MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science Chapter 13 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science with Answers

Q1. The standard unit of time is:

(i) hour
(ii) minute
(iii) second
(iv) all of these

(iii) second

Q2. The speed of the vehicle is recorded by

(i) Ammeter
(ii) Odometer
(iii) Speedometer
(iv) Voltmeter

(iii) Speedometer

Q3. Nearly all the clocks make use of

(i) straight line motion
(ii) periodic motion
(iii) random motion
(iv) circular motion

(ii) periodic motion

Q4. A horse pulling a cart has:

(i) oscillatory motion
(ii) circular motion
(iii) linear motion
(iv) none of these

(i) oscillatory motion

Q5. The distance travelled by the vehicles is recorded by

(i) monometer
(ii) odometer
(iii) speedometer
(iv) motometer

(ii) odometer

Q6. When weight of bob in a pendulum is increased then the oscillation period of a pendulum is:

(i) increased
(ii) decreased
(iii) no change
(iv) can’t say

(ii) decreased

Q7. The meter that is used to measure the distance moved by the vehicle is known as _

(i) Speedometer
(ii) Odometer
(iii) Chronometer
(iv) Ammeter

(ii) Odometer

Q8. Time period of a simple pendulum depends upon its

(i) weight of bob
(ii) length
(iii) both (i) and (ii)
(iv) None of these

(ii) length

Q9. The value of 2km/hr is equal to

(i) 4/9 m/s
(ii) 5/9m/s
(iii) 13/9m/s
(iv) 7/9m/s

(ii) 5/9m/s

Q10. The clocks and watches which are used for measuring time are based on

(i) rectilinear motion
(ii) circular motion
(iii) periodic motion
(iv) rotational motion

(iii) periodic motion

Q11. The standard unit of temperature is:

(i) ‘Kg’
(ii) F
(iii) °C
(iv) can’t say

(i) ‘Kg’

Q12. Time interval of 1000 years is called

(i) A millennium
(ii) Trillion
(iii) Century
(iv) Decade

(i) A millennium

Q13. On which axis is dependent variable represented?

(i) x-axis
(ii) y-axis
(iii) On any axis
(iv) Depends on the data

(ii) y-axis

Q14. The meter that is used to measure speed of a vehicle is

(i) Speedometer
(ii) Odometer
(iii) Anemometer
(iv) Thermometer

(i) Speedometer

Q15. If the speed of an object along a straight line keeps changing, its motion is said to be

(i) uniform motion
(ii) non-uniform motion
(iii) linear motion
(iv) none of these

(ii) non-uniform motion

Q16. The distance moved by the object in a unit time is:

(i) time
(ii) distance
(iii) speed
(iv) can’t say

(iii) speed

Q17. Watch used to measure short interval of time is

(i) Stop watch
(ii) Pendulum watch
(iii) Atom watch
(iv) Quartz watch

(i) Stop watch

Q18. The time taken by a pendulum of given length to complete one oscillation is

(i) Different at different times
(ii) Same at all times
(iii) Increases at different times
(iv) Decreases at different times

(ii) Same at all times

Q19. Which of the following is based on the study of the shadow cast by the sun?

(i) Simple pendulum
(ii) Atomic clock
(iii) Sun dial
(iv) Quartz clock

(iii) Sun dial

Q20. If an object covers equal distance in equal intervals of time, then the object is said to have:

(i) non-uniform motion
(ii) uniform motion
(iii) oscillation
(iv) none of these

(ii) uniform motion

Q21. Speed time graph is straight line for

(i) Non-uniform motion
(ii) Discontinuous motion
(iii) Uniform motion
(iv) Accelerated motion

(iii) Uniform motion

Q22. Which of the following motion is circular motion:

(i) motion of a child over see saw
(ii) motion of a car running on a straight road
(iii) motion of an electric bell hammer
(iv) motion of a child in a merry go round

(iv) motion of a child in a merry go round

Q23. When an object changes position with time, it is said to be in

(i) rest
(ii) stationary
(iii) circle
(iv) motion

(iv) motion

Q24. The to and fro motion of the particle about its mean position is called:

(i) intervals
(ii) vibration
(iii) pendulum
(iv) can’t say

(ii) vibration

Q25. It is a part of wall clock and performs oscillatory motion. Its time period is fixed. It is

(i) a pendulum
(ii) bob of a pendulum
(iii) pendulum clock
(iv) None of these

(i) a pendulum

Q26. The rate of change of displacement with time is called

(i) Speed
(ii) Velocity
(iii) Both of these
(iv) None of these

(ii) Velocity

Q27. The distance-time graph of an object under uniform motion is a

(i) curved line
(ii) straight line
(iii) circle
(iv) parabola

(ii) straight line

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