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Units and Dimensions NEET Questions
1. How many decades are there in 1 century?
2. How many years are there in one millennium?
3. Which of the following gives the most accurate result for time measurement?
a) Wall clock
b) Digital watch
c) Quartz clock
d) Atomic clock
4. Which of the following is equivalent to one hour?
a) 36000 milliseconds
b) 3600 milliseconds
c) 3600000 milliseconds
d) 360000 milliseconds
5. Distance between two cities, in standard units will be measured in ______
6. Which of the following devices cannot measure distance?
a) Vernier Calipers
7. How many inches are there in 1 yard?
8. How many kilometers make one mile?
9. How many kilometers make one nautical mile?
10. Usually, what is the least count of a screw gauge?
a) 0.01 cm
b) 0.001 cm
c) 0.1 cm
d) 1 mm
11. The number of base units for measuring physical quantities according to the SI system are ____
12. What is the unit for measuring the intensity of light?
13. What is the full form of SI?
a) Standard International
b) System International
c) Scientific International
d) Science International
14. What is the standard unit of measurement of Force?
15. Which of the following is the standard unit of measurement of mass?
16. Which of the following is the correct relation?
a) 1 Kg = 100 g
b) 1 Kg = 1 g
c) 1 g = 0.001 Kg
d) 1 g = 0.01 Kg
17. Mass can be explained as _____
a) Amount of space
b) Amount of time
c) Amount of weight
d) Amount of matter
18. Mass can be measured using _____
a) Beam balance
c) Our hands
19. Mass is a _____
a) Scalar quantity
b) Vector quantity
c) Free quantity
d) Dependent quantity
20. Weight represents ___
21. Which one of the following units can be used to measure matter?
22. Which of the following is not a system of units?
23. What does a Voltmeter measure?
24. What is the unit of measurement of solid angles?
25. Which of the following systems matches with the SI unit system?
d) American system
26. Which of the following is a unit of temperature?
27. In an experiment, it is found that the experimental value is very close to actual value, hence the experimental value can be called _____
28. What is the reason for the occurrence of systematic errors in an instrument?
a) No use for a long time
b) High use
c) Manufacturing fault
d) Delivery fault
29. How are systematic errors removed usually for an instrument?
a) By replacing it
b) By re-calibrating it
c) By using a repairing service
d) By not using it for some time
30. In 5 experiments with the same objective, the values obtained are very near to each other. These values can be called ____