Motion in a Straight Line MCQ Questions for Class 11 Physics Chapter 3 with Answers

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MCQ Class 11 Physics Chapter 3 With Answers

Q1. When a body is dropped from a tower, then there is an increase in its

(i) mass
(ii) velocity
(iii) acceleration
(iv) potential energy

(ii) velocity

Q2. The dimensional formula for acceleration is

(i) [LT2]
(ii) [LT/2]
(iii) [L2T]
(iv) [L2T2]

(ii) [LT/2]

Q3. Which one of the following is the unit of velocity?

(i) kilogram
(ii) metre
(iii) m/s
(iv) second

(iii) m/s

Q4. The ratio of the numerical values of the average velocity and average speed of a body is

(i) unity or less
(ii) less than unity
(iii) unity
(iv) unity or more

(i) unity or less

Q5. A particle is moving with a constant speed along straight line path. A force is not required to

(i) change its direction
(ii) increase its speed
(iii) decrease its momentum
(iv) keep it moving with uniform velocity

(iv) keep it moving with uniform velocity

Q6. The slope of velocity-time graph for motion with uniform velocity is equal to

(i) zero
(ii) final velocity
(iii) initial velocity
(iv) none of these

(i) zero

Q7. Which one of the following is the unit of acceleration?

(i) m/s
(ii) m/s²
(iii) km/hr
(iv) cm/s

(ii) m/s²

Q8. A boy starts from a point A, travels to a point B at a distance of 3 km from A and returns to A. If he takes two hours to do so, his speed is

(i) 3 km/h
(ii) zero
(iii) 2 km/h
(iv) 1.5 km/h

(i) 3 km/h

Q9. The distance travelled by an object is directly proportional to the time taken. Its acceleration

(i) increases
(ii) decreases
(iii) becomes zero
(iv) remains constant

(iii) becomes zero

Q10. A body starts from rest and travels for t second with uniform acceleration of 2 m/s². If the displacement made by it is 16 m, the time of travel t is

(i) 4 s
(ii) 3 s
(iii) 6 s
(iv) 8 s

(i) 4 s

Q11. A body starts from rest and travels with an acceleration of 2 m/s². After t seconds its velocity is 10 m/s. Then t is

(i) 10 s
(ii) 5 s
(iii) 20 s
(iv) 6 s

(ii) 5 s

Q12. Which of the following is a one dimensional motion ?

(i) Motion of train running on a straight track
(ii) Motion of satellite
(iii) Motion of air particle
(iv) Motion of snake

(i) Motion of train running on a straight track

Q13. If the displacement of an object is zero, then what can we say about its distance covered?

(i) It is negative
(ii) It is must be zero
(iii) It cannot be zero
(iv) It may or may not be zero

(iv) It may or may not be zero

Q14. A boy moves on a circular distance of radius R. Starting from a point A he moves to a point B which is on the other end of the diameter AB. The ratio of the distance travelled to the displacement made by him is

(i) ∏/2
(ii) ∏
(iii) 2∏
(iv) 4∏

(i) ∏/2

Q15. A body starts from rest. If it travels with an acceleration of 2 m/s², its displacement at the end of 3 seconds is

(i) 9 m
(ii) 12 m
(iii) 16 m
(iv) 10 m

(i) 9 m

Q16. Which of the following can be zero, when a particle is in motion for some time?

(i) Displacement
(ii) None of these
(iii) Distance
(iv) Speed

(i) Displacement

Q17. The acceleration of a moving object can be found from

(i) area under displacement-time graph
(ii) slope of displacement-time graph
(iii) area under velocity-time graph
(iv) slope of velocity-time graph

(iv) slope of velocity-time graph

Q18. The location of a particle has changed. What can we say about the displacement and the distance covered by the particle?

(i) Neither can be zero
(ii) One may be zero
(iii) Both may be zero
(iv) One is +ve, other is –ve

(i) Neither can be zero

Q19. If the displacement-time graph of an object is parallel to the time-axis, then it represents that the object is :

(i) at rest
(ii) in uniform motion
(iii) in acceleration motion
(iv) none of the above

(i) at rest

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