A body has translatory motion if it moves along a

Difficulty: Easy
A:

Straight line

B:

Circle

C:

Line without rotation

D:

Curved path

The motion of a body around its axis is called

Difficulty: Easy
A:

Circulatory motion

B:

Rotatory Motion

C:

Vibratory motion

D:

Random Motion

Which of the following is a vector quantity?

Difficulty: Easy
A:

Speed

B:

Distance

C:

Displacement

D:

Power

If an object is moving with constant speed then its distance-time graph will be a straight line.

Difficulty: Medium
A:

Along time-axis

B:

Along distance-axis

C:

Parallel to time-axis

D:

Inclined to time-axis

A straight line parallel to the time-axis on a distance-time graph tells that the object is

Difficulty: Easy
A:

Moving with constant speed

B:

At rest

C:

Moving with variable speed

D:

In motion

The speed-time graph of a car is shown in the figure, which of the following statement is true

Difficulty: Medium
A:

Car has an acceleration of 1.5 \$ms^{-2}\$

B:

Car has constant speed of 7.5 \$ms^{-1}\$

C:

Distance travelled by the car is 75m

D:

The average speed of the car is 15 \$ms^{-1}\$

Which of the following graph is representing uniform acceleration

Difficulty: Hard
A:

A

B:

B

C:

D:

By dividing the displacement of a moving body with time, we obtain

Difficulty: Medium
A:

Speed

B:

Acceleration

C:

Velocity

D:

Deceleration

A ball is thrown vertically upward. Its velocity at the highest point is:

Difficulty: Medium
A:

10 \$ms^{-1}\$

B:

Zero

C:

10 \$ms^{-2}\$

D:

None of these

A change in position is called:

Difficulty: Easy
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A:

Speed

B:

Velocity

C:

Displacement

D:

Distance

A train is moving at a speed of 36 \$kmh^{-1}\$. Its speed is expressed in:\$ms^{-1}\$

Difficulty: Hard
A:

10 \$ms^{-1}\$

B:

20 \$ms^{-1}\$

C:

25 \$ms^{-1}\$

D:

30 \$ms^{-1}\$

A car starts from rest. It acquires a speed of 25 \$ms^{-1}\$ after the 20s. The distance moved by car during this time is:

Difficulty: Medium
A:

31.25m

B:

250m

C:

500m

D:

5000m