Most Important Multiple Choice Questions with answer from the Rowlatt Act 1919 for competitive exams SSC, cgl, banking and UPSC. For best performance, I would recommend reading Rowlatt Act bill (1919) general knowledge note.
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[MCQ 1]Rowlatt Act bill (1919) is also known as
a) Anarchical and Revolutionary Crimes Act b) Anarchical and Rebellious Crimes Act c) Monarchic and Rebellious Crimes Act d) Monarchic and Revolutionary Crimes Act
a) Anarchical and Revolutionary Crimes Act
[MCQ 2]Another name of Rowlatt Act bill (1919) is
a) Green Act b) Gray Act c) Black Act d) Yellow Act
[MCQ 3]Rowlatt Act bill was introduced at the Imperial Legislative Council of
a) Mumbai b) Delhi c) Kolkata d) Pune
[MCQ 4]When the Rowlatt Act bill was introduced at the Imperial Legislative Council of Delhi?
a) 10th March 1919 b) 10th May 1919 c) 10th October 1919 d) 10th April 1919
a) 10th March 1919
[MCQ 5]Rowlatt Act was passed to extend the
a) Revolutionary Crimes Act India 1918 b) Revolutionary Crimes Act India 1905 c) Defense of India Regulations Act 1905 d) Defense of India Regulations Act 1915
d) Defense of India Regulations Act 1915
[MCQ 6]To protest Rowlatt Act bill Gandhiji started Rowlatt Satyagraha on
a) 4th April b) 5th April c) 6th April d) 7th April
c) 6th April
[MCQ 7]Rowlatt Act was passed on 10th March 1919 by
a) Lord Chelmsford b) Sir Sidney Rowlatt c) Sir James Rowlatt d) Sir Williams Rowlatt
A set of multiple-choice questions with answers from the topic Light. A comprehensive general knowledge test for class 9-10.
[MCQ-1]What is the relation between focal length (f) and radius of curvature (r) of a curve mirror?
A: f = 2r B: f = r/2 C: f = r/3 D: f = 3r/2
[MCQ-2]What is the focal length of a curve mirror is it has a radius of curvature is 40 cm.
A: 20 cm B: 35 cm C: 25 cm D: 40 cm
[MCQ-3]Which type of mirror used in the headlight of a motorcycle?
A: Concave mirror B: Convex mirror C: Flat mirror D: none of the above
[MCQ-4]Which type of mirror used in the dental clinic?
A: Concave mirror B: Convex mirror C: Flat mirror D: None of the above
[MCQ-5] If a beam of red light and a beam of violet light are incident at the same angle on the inclined surface of a prism from air medium and produce angles of refraction r and v respectively, which of the following is correct?
A: r = v B: r > v C: r = 1/v D: r < v
D: r < v
[MCQ-6]A point source of light is placed at the centre of curvature of a concave mirror. The angle of deviation of the rays incident on the mirror from this source and reflected from it is
A: Wavelength B: Frequency C: Amplitude D: All of the above
[MCQ-35]Between red and violet, which color has more frequency?
A: Red has more frequency than violet B: Violet has more frequency than red C: Red and violet has the same frequency D: Can not say
B: Violet has more frequency than red
[MCQ-36]Between red and violet, which color has greater wavelength?
A: Red has a greater wavelength than violet. B: Violet has a greater wavelength than red. C: Red and violet have the same wavelength. D: Can not say
A: Red has a greater wavelength than violet.
[MCQ-37]Let frequency = n, wavelength = λ, and the velocity of light is c. Which relation among the following is correct?
A: c = nλ B: c = n/λ C: c = λ/n D: c = n2/λ
A: c = nλ
[MCQ-38]For which of the following color does a lens has maximum focal length?
A: Red B: Yellow C: Green D: Violet
[MCQ-39]For an object placed at the focus of a convex lens the image will be formed at
A: Focus B: Optical center C: Infinity D: Twice the length of focus
[MCQ-40]A convex mirror is used
A: by a dentist B: for shaving C: as a review mirror of a vehicle D: as a light reflector for obtaining a parallel beam of light
[MCQ-41]Choose whether the statement is true or false: Focal length of a lens depends on its surrounding medium.
A: true B: false
[MCQ-42]To obtain parallel ray from a point light source we use
A: both convex lens and concave mirror B: both convex lens and convex mirror C: both concave lens and concave mirror D: both concave lens and convex mirror
A: both convex lens and concave mirror
[MCQ-43]What is the type of image form on the retina of our eyes?
A: Real and upright B: Virtual and upright C: Real and inverted D: Virtual and inverted
Real and inverted
[MCQ-44]Which color is used as danger sign?
A: Green B: Brown C: Orange D: Red
[MCQ-45]For danger sign, red color is used, because
A: Scattering of red color is less due to large wavelength B: Scattering of red color is less due to small wavelength C: Scattering of red color is greater due to large wavelength D: Scattering of red color is greater due to small wavelenth
A: Scattering of red color is less due to large wavelength
[MCQ-46]4 different mediums P, Q, R and S have refractive index 1.5, 1.4, 1.8, and 1.3 respectively. In which medium the light has the maximum speed?
A: P medium B: Q medium C: R medium D: S medium
[MCQ-47]Let μr and μv are the refractive indexes of a medium of red and violet color respectively. Then
A: μr > μv B: μr < μv C: μr = μv D: None of the above
B: μr < μv
[MCQ-48]Focal length of a convex lens is 15 cm. For which distance an object is placed so that the lens acts as a magnifying glass?
A: Between 15 cm and 30 cm B: Less than 15 cm C: Greater than 30 cm D: Exactly at 30 cm
B: Less than 15 cm
[MCQ-49] = deviation of prism, i1 = angle of incidence, i2 = angle of refraction of a prism. Which formula is correct?
A: = i1 + i2 − A B: = i1 + i2 + A C: = i1 − i2 + A D: = (i1 + i2)/A
[MCQ-50]Deviation of light passing through the center of lens is
A: 0° B: 45° C: 90° D: 180°
[MCQ-51]The split of white light into 7 colors by prism is known as
MCQ on gravitation.> In this post I come up with some important general knowledge questions with answers on a very crucial topic called Gravitation. These multiple choice questions are very important for upcoming exams for general science like SSC, CGL, CHSL, MTS, Railway Group-D, Group-C, IAS, UPSC Air force and Navy. Therefore I encourage you to practice these mcqs set like a quiz.
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