Light MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science Chapter 15 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science with Answers

Q1. The image formed by plane mirror is:

(i) erect
(ii) virtual
(iii) concave
(iv) convex

(i) erect

Q2. When light bounces off a surface, the surface is

(i) Transparent
(ii) Reflector
(iii) Opaque
(iv) Translucent

(ii) Reflector

Q3. Image formed by a plane mirror is

(i) virtual and erect
(ii) real and erect
(iii) virtual and inverted
(iv) real and inverted

(i) virtual and erect

Q4. Splitting of white light into seven colours is called

(i) reflection of light
(ii) Rectilinear propagation of light
(iii) Lateral inversion
(iv) Dispersion

(iv) Dispersion

Q5. The path of the light is

(i) always a straight line
(ii) a curved line
(iii) a zig-zag line
(iv) depends on the medium

(i) always a straight line

Q6. An image being in such a position that top and bottom are reversed is:

(i) erect
(ii) virtual
(iii) concave
(iv) inverted

(i) erect

Q7. Light is

(i) an electromagnetic radiation
(ii) a transverse wave
(iii) mass less
(iv) All of the above

(iv) All of the above

Q8. Which of the following can be used to form a real image?

(i) Concave mirror only
(ii) Plane mirror only
(iii) Convex mirror only
(iv) Both concave and convex mirrors

(i) Concave mirror only

Q9. Sunlight is

(i) Red in colour
(ii) Green in colour
(iii) Yellow in colour
(iv) White in colour

(iv) White in colour

Q10. A virtual image

(i) can be formed on the screen
(ii) cannot be formed on the screen
(iii) is formed only by the plane mirror
(iv) is formed only by the convex mirror

(ii) cannot be formed on the screen

Q11. A spherical mirror is a part of:

(i) sphere
(ii) rectangle
(iii) circle
(iv) square

(i) sphere

Q12. We can see an object when it

(i) Refracts or absorbs the rays of light
(ii) Reflects or emits rays of light
(iii) Has bright colour
(iv) Has shining surface

(ii) Reflects or emits rays of light

Q13. You are provided with a concave mirror, a convex mirror, a concave lens and a convex lens. To obtain an enlarged image of an object you can use either

(i) concave mirror or convex mirror
(ii) concave mirror or convex lens
(iii) concave mirror or concave lens
(iv) concave lens or convex lens

(ii) concave mirror or convex lens

Q14. Image formed by a convex mirror is a

(i) Virtual image
(ii) Erect
(iii) Diminished
(iv) All of the above

(iv) All of the above

Q15. The coloured band of light obtained by dispersion of light is called

(i) image
(ii) spectrum
(iii) convergence
(iv) scattering

(ii) spectrum

Q16. If the reflecting surface of a spherical mirror is then it is called a concave mirror.

(i) concave
(ii) erect
(iii) convex
(iv) virtual

(i) concave

Q17. Band of seven colour of light appeared on screen when white light passes through is prism is called

(i) Spectrum
(ii) Refractive index
(iii) Angle of deviation
(iv) Colour band

(i) Spectrum

Q18. An image formed by a lens is erect. Such an image could be formed by a

(i) convex lens provided the image is smaller than object.
(ii) concave lens provided the image is smaller than object.
(iii) concave lens provided the image is larger than object.
(iv) concave lens provided the image is of the same size.

(ii) concave lens provided the image is smaller than object.

Q19. A virtual image larger than the object can be produced by a

(i) Plane Mirror
(ii) Concave mirror
(iii) Convex mirror
(iv) All of the above

(ii) Concave mirror

Q20. A convex lens is

(i) thick at centre
(ii) thin at the centre
(iii) thick at edges
(iv) hollow at the centre

(i) thick at centre

Q21. An image which cannot be obtained on a screen is called:

(i) erect image
(ii) concave image
(iii) virtual image
(iv) real image

(i) erect image

Q22. Which of the following would you prefer to use while reading small letters found in a dictionary?

(i) A concave mirror
(ii) A concave lens
(iii) A convex mirror
(iv) A convex lens

(iv) A convex lens

Q23. The object in which seven colours spread over it appears to be white in colour when rotated is Called

(i) Galileo’s disc
(ii) Newton’s disc
(iii) Rutherford’s disc
(iv) Faraday’s disc

(ii) Newton’s disc

Q24. The image formed by a plane mirror is called:

(i) virtual
(ii) real
(iii) erect
(iv) concave

(i) virtual

Q25. Normally a plane mirror forms

(i) a real image only
(ii) a virtual image only
(iii) Both real as well as virtual image
(iv) Neither real nor virtual image

(ii) a virtual image only

Q26. The sunlight is said to be white light, a prism splits sunlight into:

(i) seven colours
(ii) seventeen colours
(iii) seven hundred colours
(iv) seventy colours

(i) seven colours

Q27. The image of an object formed by a plane the mirror is

(i) virtual
(ii) real
(iii) diminished
(iv) upside-down

(i) virtual

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