## Q1 Which is a  Vector Quantity.

• (a) Temperature
• (b) Pressure
• (c) Impulse
• (d) Energy

• (b) Pressure ( Pressure = force/area ; force is a vector quantity so pressure is vector quantity.

## Q2  Which one is a Scalar Quantity

• (a) Force
• (b) Electric Field
• (c) Magnetic Moment
• (d) Work

• (d) Work

## Q3  Out of the following set of physical quantities, the vector quantities are

• (a) Area and area vector
• (b) Impulse and area vector
• (c) Gravitational Potential and force
• (d) Kinetic Energy and Velocity

• (d) Kinetic Energy and Velocity

## Q4 Which of the following is incorrect?

• (a) A scalar quantity is one which is always conserved
• (b) Polar quantity is that which acts along the axis of rotation
• (c) Only same nature of vectors can be added
• (d) Resultant of vectors taken in same order is zero

• (a) A scalar quantity is one which is always conserved

• a) True
• b) False

• a) True

• a) True
• b) False

• b) False

## Q7  A scalar quantity does not vary from one point to another in space.

• a) 90^{0}
• b) 0^{0}
• c) 40^{0}
• d) 180^{0}

• b)0^{0}

## Q8 The angle between negative vectors is

• a) 90^{0}
• b) 0^{0}
• c) 40^{0}
• d) 180^{0}

• d) 180^{0}

• a) 1
• b) 0
• c) 90
• d) 180

• a) 1

• a) 1
• b) 0
• c) 90
• d) 180

• b) 0