# CBSE Class 11 Physics Thermal Properties of Matter Quiz

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1. A difference of temperature of 25°C is equivalent to a difference of
45°C
72°C
32°C
25°C

2.The absolute zero temperature in Fahrenheit scale is
−273°F
−32°F
−460°F
−132°F

3. The freezing point on a thermometer is marked as − 20° and the boiling point as 130°. A temperature of human body (34°C) on this thermometer will be read as
31°
51°
20°
None of these

4. The temperature of a body on kelvin scale is found to be 𝑥K. When it is measured by Fahrenheit thermometer, it is found to be 𝑥°F, then the value of 𝑥 is
40
313
574.25
301.25

5. Length of a wire at room temperature is 4.55m, when the temperature increases upto 100°C then its length becomes 4.57m. The coefficient of linear expansion α of the given wire is
5.021×10−5K−1
6.021×10−5K−1
7.021×10−5K−1
8.021×10−1K−1

6. To increase the length of brass rod by 2%, its temperature should increase by(α = 0.00002°C-1)
800°C
900°C
1000°C
1100°C

7. Two spheres A and B are made of the same material and have the same radius. Sphere A is hollow and sphere B is solid. Both the spheres are heated to the same temperature. Which of the following is correct?
B expands more than B
A expands less than B
Both the spheres expand equally
Data is insufficient

8. Two liquids A and B are at 32°C and 24°C. When mixed in equal masses the temperature of the mixture is found to be 28°C. Their specific heats are in the ratio of
3:2
2:3
1:1
4:3

9. The temperature of Bhakhra water at the ground level with respect to the temperature at high level should be
Greater
Less
Equal
0°C

10. A beaker is completely filled with water at 4°C It will overflow if
Heated above 4°C
Cooled below 4°C
Both heated and cooled above and below 4°C respectively
None of the above