List of Important GK Questions from Science (Physics) for Upcoming SSC Exam Set-6

List of Important GK Questions from Science (Physics) for Upcoming SSC Exam
List of Important GK Questions from Science (Physics) for Upcoming SSC Exam Set-6:
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1).Heat from the sun reaches the earth from which among the following modes of transmission?
a)    Conduction
b)    Radiation
c)    Convention
d)    Temperature exchange



2).The universal law of gravitation was propounded by________.
a)    Kepler   
b)    Galileo
c)    Newton  
d)    Copernicus



3).The Gravitational force with which the sun attracts the earth__________.
a)    Is less than the force with which the earth attracts the sun   
b)    Is the same as the force with which earth attracts the sun  
c)    Is more than the force with which the earth attracts the sun
d)    Is constant throughout the year



4).When the velocity of a body is doubled, its ______.
a)    Acceleration is doubled
b)    Momentum is doubled  
c)    Kinetic energy is doubled
d)    Potential energy is doubled



5).When a Ship enters a sea from a river________.
a)    It rises a little  
b)    It sink a little
c)    It remains at the same level  
d)    It rises or sinks depending on the material it is made of



6).Artificial satellites are used for_______.
a)    TV transmission   
b)    Detecting minerals
c)    Space research
d)    All the above


7).The unit of work and energy is ________.
a)    Joule  
b)    Newton
c)    Coulomb
d)    Dioptre  



8).An example of semi-conductor is_________.
a)    German silver
b)    Germanium
c)    Phosphorus
d)    Arsenic



9).Unit of charge is __________.
a)    Coulumb   
b)    faraday
c)    newton
d)    volt



10).The weather map telecast in T.V. is photographed by the satellite orbiting at a height of ___________.
a)    36000 km 
b)    3600 km
c)    3600 miles
d)    360 km