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Physics 9 Chapter 8 - Thermal Properties of Matter -9
1.
In which of the following scales, the interval between upper and lower fixed points is divided into 100 equal parts?
a) Fahrenheit scale
b) Both b and c
c) Kelvin scale
d) Centigrade scale
2.
In how many equal parts, the interval between upper and lower fixed points is divided in Fahrenheit scale?
a) 100
b) 180
c) 120
d) 80
3.
In which of the following scales, the interval between upper and lower fixed points is divided into 100 equal parts?
a) Fahrenheit scale
b) Both b and c
c) Celsius scale
d) Kelvin scale
4.
In which of the following scales, the interval between upper and lower fixed points is divided into 100 equal parts?
a) Celsius scale
b) All of these
c) Kelvin scale
d) Centigrade scale
5.
In how many equal parts, the interval between upper and lower fixed points is divided in Kelvin scale?
a) 180
b) 80
c) 100
d) 120
6.
How is lower fixed point marked in Kelvin scale?
a) 273
^{o}
C
b) -273
^{o}
C
c) 212
^{o}
C
d) 100
^{o}
C
7.
How is upper fixed point marked in Kelvin scale?
a) 212
^{o}
C
b) 0
^{o}
C
c) -273
^{o}
C
d) 372
^{o}
C
8.
What is the zero on Kelvin scale called?
a) Zero error
b) Absolute zero
c) None of these
d) Zero correction
9.
What is the formula for converting temperature form Celsius to Kelvin scale?
a) T (K) = 273 + C
b) T (K) = C - 273
c) T (K) = 273 / C
d) T (K) = 273 - C
10.
What is the value of absolute zero?
a) -273
^{o}
C
b) 273
^{o}
C
c) 100
^{o}
C
d) 212
^{o}
C
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