# 100+ Motion In a Straight Line MCQ for NEET

These motion in a straight line MCQs are important for NEET, AIIMS, JEE. Motion in a straight line has many applications in the field of Science. Few MCQs are asked from Motion in a Straight Line topics in all competitive exams. This Motion in a Straight Line MCQ is based on the topics Physics.

## Motion In a Straight Line MCQ for NEET

These Motion In a Straight Line MCQ for NEET covers the following topice:

### Motion In a Straight Line MCQ for NEET

#### 1. Which force can possibly act on a body moving in a straight line?

a) Tangential force

b) Friction force

c) Centrifugal force

d) Centripetal force

#### 2. What kind of motion is rectilinear motion?

a) One dimensional

b) Two dimensional

c) Three dimensional

d) Zero dimensional

#### 3. When a body is in the state of complete rest, what kind of energy does it possess?

a) Potential energy

b) Kinetic energy

c) Total energy

d) Heat energy

#### 4. Which of the following are obtained by dividing total displacement by total time taken?

a) Average velocity

b) Instantaneous velocity

c) Uniform velocity

d) Speed

a) Velocity

b) Acceleration

c) Force

d) Jerk

#### 6. In which of the following states does a body possess kinetic energy?

a) Rest

b) Motion

c) When placed on a platform

d) In zero gravity

a) Rectilinear

b) Circular

c) Periodic

d) Harmonic

a) Rectilinear

b) Circular

c) Periodic

d) Harmonic

a) 5 units

b) 35 units

c) 40 units

d) 0 units

#### 10. Which one of the following relations is true?

a) Distance > Displacement

b) Distance < Displacement

c) Distance >= Displacement

d) Distance <= Displacement

a) 35 units

b) 7 units

c) 30 units

d) 15 units

#### 12. What is the path length of the following path?

A (0, 0) to B (5, 0) to C (5, 5) to D (0, 5)

a) 20 units

b) 25 units

c) 15 units

d) 10 units

a) 10 units

b) 5 units

c) 7 units

d) 15 units

#### 14. Displacement between two points is ___

a) The shortest path

b) The longest path

c) Equal to distance

d) Greater than distance

a) Initial point

b) Final point

c) Path taken

d) Speed

a) 3

b) 2

c) 1

d) 0

a) Cartesian

b) Cylindrical

c) Spherical

d) 2-D Cartesian

#### 18. Which of the following is the correct formula for finding distance (d) between two points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2)?

a) d2 = (x2-x1)2 + (y2-y1)2

b) d4 = (x2-x1)2 + (y2-y1)2

c) d3 = (x2-x1)2 + (y2-y1)2

d) d = (x2-x1)2 + (y2-y12

#### 19. Path length does not depend on ____

a) Initial point

b) Final point

c) Path taken

d) Coordinate system

#### 20. What will be the velocity v/s time graph of a ball falling from a height before hitting the ground look like?

a) A straight line with positive slope

b) A straight line with negative slope

c) A straight line with zero slope

d) A parabola

a) v = dx/dt

b) v = x/t

c) v = xt

d) v = t/x

a) 50 km/hr

b) 25 km/hr

c) 15 km/hr

d) 10 km/hr

a) 17.14 m/s

b) 15 m/s

c) 10 m/s

d) 45 m/s

#### 24. Which of the following statement is correct?

a) Average speed > Instantaneous speed

b) Average speed >= Instantaneous speed

c) Average speed <= Instantaneous speed

d) Average speed < Instantaneous speed

a) 10 m/s

b) 20 m/s

c) 0 m/s

d) 15 m/s

#### 26. What happens to the average velocity when a body falls under gravity with terminal velocity?

a) It increases

b) It decreases

c) It remains constant

d) It changes exponentially

#### 27. A ball is thrown up in the sky. After reaching a height, the ball falls back. What can be said about the average velocity?

a) It is non zero

b) It is zero

c) It is greater than zero

d) It is less than zero

#### 28. A car is moving around a tree in a circular path. What can be said about the average velocity?

a) It is non zero

b) It is zero

c) It is greater than zero

d) It is less than zero

a) 1

b) 4

c) 7

d) 6

#### 30. Which of the following can be used to describe how fast an object is moving along with the direction of motion at a given instant of time?

a) Instantaneous velocity

b) Instantaneous speed

c) Average velocity

d) Average speed

a) v = dx/dt

b) v = x/t

c) v = xt

d) v = t/x

a) 2

b) 5

c) 1

d) 4

#### 33. A ball is thrown up in the sky, at what position will the instantaneous speed be minimum?

a) Initial position

b) Final position

c) Halfway through the whole trajectory

d) After covering one fourth of the whole trajectory

#### 34. A car is moving in a spiral starting from the origin with uniform angular velocity. What can be said about the instantaneous velocity?

a) It increases with time

b) It decreases with time

c) It remains constant

d) It does not depend on time

#### 35. What happen to the instantaneous velocity in a non-uniformly accelerated motion?

a) It increases

b) It decreases

c) It varies as the acceleration

d) It remains constant

a) a = dx/dt

b) a = d2x/dt2

c) a = x/t

d) a = d3x/dt3

#### 37. How does the displacement v/s time graph of a uniformly accelerated motion look like?

a) A straight line

b) A parabola

c) A hyperbola

d) An ellipse

a) 102

b) 100

c) -100

d) 50

a) 0.1 m/s2

b) 0.2 m/s2

c) 9.81 m/s2

d) 10 m/s2

a) Deceleration

b) Acceleration

c) Escalation

d) Relaxation

#### 41. A car is travelling in the north direction. To stop, it produces a deceleration of 60 m/s2. Which of the following is a correct representation for the deceleration?

a) 60 m/s2 Northwards

b) 60 m/s2 Southwards

c) 60 m/s2 Eastwards

d) 60 m/s2 Westwards

#### 42. A uniformly accelerated body has ____

a) Constant speed

b) Constant velocity

c) Constant force

d) Constant momentum

a) 0.4

b) 0.5

c) 4.0

d) 5.0

a) Velocity

b) Acceleration

c) Distance

d) Momentum

a) 60

b) 56

c) 40

d) 100

#### 46. If the velocity varies parabolically, how does the acceleration vary?

a) Linearly

b) Hyperbolically

c) Parabolically

d) Elliptically

a) 5sin(5t)

b) 25cos(5t)

c) -25sin(5t)

d) -5cost(5t)

a) 2

b) 2.5

c) 3

d) 4.5

a) 1

b) 2

c) 3

d) 4

a) 1.25m

b) 1.5m

c) 1.6m

d) 0m

a) 80m

b) 20m

c) 70m

d) 40m

a) 2 m/h

b) 1 m/h

c) 0.5 m/h

d) 5 m/h

a) 2

b) 8

c) 5

d) 6

a) 54

b) 44

c) 45

d) 56

#### 55. A coin and a bag full of rocks are thrown in a gravity less environment with the same initial speed. Which one of the following statements is true about the situation?

a) The bag will travel faster

b) The coin will travel faster

c) Both will travel with the same speed

d) Bag will not move

a) 100

b) 350

c) 450

d) 400

#### 57. The equations of motion are valid for which of the following types of motion?

a) Constant energy

b) Uniformly accelerated

c) Non-uniformly accelerated

d) Motion along a curve

a) 1

b) 3

c) 4

d) 2

#### 59. What is the correct formula for relative velocity of a body A with respect to B?

a) Vector VR = Vector VA – Vector VB

b) Vector VR = Vector VA + Vector VB

c) Vector VR = Vector VA x Vector VB

d) Vector VR = Vector VB – Vector VA

a) Absolute

b) Relative

c) Circular

d) Parabolic

a) 5m/s

b) 10m/s

c) 0m/s

d) 14m/s

a) 10m/s

b) 15m/s

c) -5m/s

d) 0m/s

#### 63. If two bodies are moving in opposite directions with non-zero velocities, which of the following statements is true?

a) Relative velocity > Absolute velocity

b) Relative velocity < Absolute velocity

c) Relative velocity = Absolute velocity

d) Relative velocity <= Absolute velocity

a) 30 m/s

b) -30 m/s

c) 20 m/s

d) 25 m/s

#### 65. A truck is moving with 40 m/s velocity, a train is moving with a velocity of 80 m/s. How fast is the rain moving with respect to the truck?

a) 40 m/s faster

b) -40 m/s faster

c) 40 m/s slower

d) 60 m/s slower

a) 3 m from A

b) 4 m from A

c) -3 m from A

d) 5 m from A

#### 67. An observer is sitting on a car moving with some constant velocity. The observer sees things around him, in the ____

a) Relative frame of reference

b) Absolute frame of reference

c) Valid frame of reference

d) Ground frame of reference

#### 68. A body A is moving in North direction, while another body B is moving towards South. Velocity of A is greater than that of B. If North is taken as positive, which of the following relative velocities is positive?

a) Velocity of A with respect to B

b) Velocity of B with respect to A

c) Velocity of A with respect to ground

d) Velocity of B with respect to ground

#### 69. What does relative motion signify?

a) The motion of a body with respect to other body

b) Uniformly accelerated

c) Non-uniformly accelerated

d) Motion along a curve

#### 70. What method is used to find relative value for any vector quantity?

a) Vector sum

b) Vector difference

c) Vector multiplication

d) Vector division