# Motion MCQ test 1- CBSE Class 11

Motion Class 11 CBSE - MCQ test 1
Q1. Everything in the universe moves.

True

False

Q2. If the length covered by the objects are very large in comparison to the size of the objects, the objects are considered .........

Main object

Point objects

Object point

None of these

Q3. Freely falling body under gravity is an example of ............

Three dimensional motion

Two dimensional motion

One dimensional motion

None of these

Q4. Motion of a kite in sky is an example of..............

Three dimensional motion

Two dimensional motion

One dimensional motion

None of these

Q5. Carrom board coins motion is an example of..............

Three dimensional motion

Two dimensional motion

One dimensional motion

None of these

Q6. Distance is always positive.

False

True

Q7. A perticle is traveling with constant speed.This means..

Its position remains constant as time passes.

It covers equal distance in equal interval.

It does not change direction of motion.

None of these.

Q8.A perticle is traveling with uniform velicty.

The perticle must be at rest.

The perticle moves along curved path.

The perticle moves along straight line.

The perticle moves along a circle.

Q9. A particle covers equal distance in equal interval of time. It is said to be

moving with constant velocity.

moving with constant speed.

moving with constant acceleration

None of these

Q10. A physical quantity has value -6 m/s. It may be

speed of the particle.

acceleration of particle

velocity of particle.

None of these

Q11. The area under graph between two quantities is given in the unit m/s. The quantities are........

Speed and time

Distance and time

Acceleration and time

Velocity and time

Q12. The area under a speed-time graph represents a physical quantity which has the unit of ..

m

sq. m

m/s

None of these

Q13. The velocity time graph of a particle is not a straight line than its acceleration is....

Zero

Constant

Negative

Variable

Q14. If a particle moves with a constant speed, the distance - time graph is a

Straight line

Circle

Curved line

None of these

Q15. In which of the following examples of motion, the body is not considered approximately a point object.

A railway carriage moving without jerks between two stations.

A monkey sitting on top of a man cycling smoothly on a circular track.

A tumbling beaker that has slipped off the edge of a table

None of these

C

B

A

None of these

Q17. Distance-time graph of a body at rest is

Parallet to distance axis.

Parallet to time axis.

Inclined to time axis.

Perpendicular to time axis.

Q18.The area under the velocity time graph between any two instants t = t1 and t = t2 gives the distance covered in a time δt = (t2 − t1).

Only if particle moves with uniform accelertion.

Only if particle moves with uniform velocity.

Only if particle moving with increasing accelertion with uniform rate.

All of these

Q19.When the distance travelled by a body is directly proportional to the time, the body is said to have a

Zero speed.

Uniform accelertion

Zero velocity

Uniform speed

Q20. In case of a moving body

displacement > distance

displacement < distance

displacement ≥ distance

displacement ≤ distance