Admission Testing Service IMAT Sample Multiple Choice Questions of Physics Math
1.Which physical quantity can be measured in joules per metre?
- kinetic energy
2.A ball is projected vertically upwards and then falls back to its original position.
Once projected, the ball experiences only a single force, downwards, due to a constant
gravitational field strength of 10 N/kg.
Here are three statements about the ball:
1 When the ball is moving upwards it loses kinetic energy and gains potential energy.
2 The magnitude of the ball’ s acceleration increases as it falls.
3 No vertical forces act on the ball when it is at its maximum height.
Which of the statement(s) is/are correct?
- 2 and 3 only
- none of them
- 1 and 2 only
- 3 only
- 1 only
3.A student has three 6.0 Ω resistors that can be connected together in any configuration. What
are the maximum and minimum resistances that can be obtained by using one or more of these
[Assume the connections between the resistors have negligible resistance, the temperature of
the resistors is constant, the resistors are used in a d.c. circuit and none of the resistors is
- maximum resistance: 6.0 Ω; minimum resistance: 2.0 Ω
- maximum resistance: 12 Ω; minimum resistance: 0.50 Ω
- maximum resistance: 6.0 Ω; minimum resistance: 0.50 Ω
- maximum resistance: 18 Ω; minimum resistance: 6.0 Ω
- maximum resistance: 18.0 Ω; minimum resistance: 2.0 Ω
The straightline graph given by the equation
intersects the xaxis at A (a,0) and the yaxis at B (0,b).
A circle passes through A and B and has a diameter AB.
What are the coordinates of the centre of the circle?
- (2, 3)
- (3, 2)
- (6, 4)
- (4, 6)
- (0, 0)