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In this blog post (Physics MCQs on Motion chapter), we have provided important Physics MCQs on **Motion**, **Gravitation **chapter. These Physics MCQs are very important for all classes 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and so on (competitive exams).

**Topics Covered** in this post

- projectile motion
- velocity
- Uniform circular motion
- Gravitation

Physics MCQs on Motion chapter

1. Properties of a projectile motion are

a constant horizontal velocity component

a constant vertically downward acceleration component

** A & B**

None of the Above

2. At the instant when the projectile is at the maximum height, the vertical component of its velocity is.

** zero**

One

Maximum

Minimum

3. A ball is projected with velocity 10 m/sec at angle of 30o with the horizontal surface. The time taken by ball to reach the ground is

1 sec

3 sec

** 2 sec**

4 sec

4. An object thrown from an aeroplane is an example for ____________

** Projectile motion**

Resolution of forces

Composition of vectors

Addition of vectors

5. Motion of the tip of second hand of the clock is an example for ___________

Projectile motion

** Uniform circular motion**

Motion in a Plane with uniform velocity

Motion in a Plane with uniform speed

6. The path of any projectile launched at an angle to the horizontal is

a parabola

** a parabola or a portion of a parabola**

a hyperbola

a hyperbola or a portion of a hyperbola

7. Uniform circular motion is motion with

constant speed in a straight line

** constant speed in a circle**

motion in a circle

None of these

8. A cyclist moves along a circular path of radius 70m. If he completes one round in 11s, calculate the total length of a path

40m

Zero

**440m**

4840m

9. Which is a constant for a freely falling object?

displacement

** acceleration**

speed

velocity

10. The atmosphere around the earth is held by

Winds

** Gravity**

Clouds

Universe

11. Take two balls, one heavier than the other. Release them simultaneously from a height, Pick the right one

** The balls touched the ground at the same time**

The balls touched the ground at the different time

lighter ball touched the ground earlier than heavy ball

heavy ball touched the ground earlier than lighter ball

12. G is

** the universal constant of gravitation which remains the same everywhere**

acceleration due to gravity, which may change from place to place

the universal constant of gravitation which may change from place to place

acceleration due to gravity, which remains the same everywhere

13. g is

the universal constant of gravitation which remains the same everywhere

**acceleration due to gravity, which may change from place to place**

the universal constant of gravitation which may change from place to place

acceleration due to gravity, which remains the same everywhere

14. The acceleration due to gravity varies with

height

latitude

depth

** All of these**

15. Keplerâ€™s first law states that

** the orbit of a planet is elliptic with sun at one of its foci**

the line joining the planet with the Sun sweeps equal areas in equal intervals of time

the square of the orbital period of a planet is proportional to the cube of its mean distance from the Sun

The force of gravitation of the earth attracts all bodies towards it

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