# Accelerated Motion MCQs

MCQ 1: Only force acting on a bouncing ball is
A. gravity
B. weight of ball
C. friction
D. a and b both
MCQ 2: Accelerometer detects the
A. small acceleration
B. large acceleration
C. small deceleration
D. large acceleration and deceleration
MCQ 3: If the gradient of a graph is negative, then the acceleration is
A. positive
B. negative
C. zero
D. 1
MCQ 4: If a student drops a stone from a cliff of height 30 m and the time it
takes to reach the ground is 2.6 s, then the acceleration due to gravity is

A. 9 m s
-2

B. 10 m s
-2

C. 4 m s
-2

D. 8.8 m s
-2

MCQ 5: Gradient of line of velocity-time graph is tells us the
A. velocity
B. acceleration
C. distance
D. time
MCQ 6: A stone is thrown upwards with initial velocity of 20 m s
-1
, the height

that stone will reach would be
A. 20 m
B. 30 m
C. 40 m
D. 50 m
MCQ 7: Projectile will attain its maximum range, if it is fired at an angle of
A. 30°
B. 47°
C. 90°
D. 45°
MCQ 8: Horizontal component of a bouncing ball is

A. affected by gravity
B. unaffected by gravity
C. affected by weight
D. affected by contact force
MCQ 9: When ball having a projectile motion is rising up, it
A. decelerates
B. accelerates
C. rises up with constant acceleration
D. acceleration becomes zero
MCQ 10: Equation of motion can be used for
A. straight line motion only
B. curved motion only
C. motion along the circular path
D. all types of motion
MCQ 11: Acceleration of free fall depends on the
A. surface
B. weight of object
C. distance from center of Earth
D. size of object
MCQ 12: If initial velocity of an object is zero, then distance covered by it in
time t and acceleration of 9.8 m s

-2 would be

A. 2.9 t
2

B. 3 t
2

C. 4 t
2

D. 4.9 t
2

MCQ 13: As the ball falls towards the ground, its velocity
A. increases
B. decreases
C. remains constant
D. becomes zero
MCQ 14: Gradient of velocity-time graph tells us about object’s
A. velocity
B. displacement
C. distance
D. acceleration
MCQ 15: An object whose velocity is changing is said to be in a state of
A. acceleration
B. rest
C. equilibrium
D. Brownian motion
MCQ 16: Acceleration of train when it is moving steadily from 4.0 m s
-1
to 20

m s
-1
in 100 s is

A. 1 m s
-2

B. 2 m s
-2

C. 0.16 m s
-2

D. 3 m s
-2
MCQ 17: If we get a straight line with positive slope then its acceleration is
A. increasing
B. decreasing
C. zero
D. constant
MCQ 18: If a spinster staring from rest has acceleration of 5 m s

-2 during 1st 2.0

s of race then her velocity after 2 s is
A. 20 m s
-1

B. 10 m s
-1

C. 15 m s
-1

D. 5 m s
-1
MCQ 19: Horizontal distance travelled by a ball if it’s thrown with initial
velocity of 20 m s

-1 at an angle of 30° is

A. 24 m
B. 56 m
C. 35.3 m
D. 36.3 m

MCQ 20: If a car starting from rest reaches a velocity of 18 m s

-1 after 6.0 s then

its acceleration is
A. 1 m s
-2

B. 2 m s
-2

C. 3 m s
-2

D. 4 m s
-2

MCQ 21: A train travelling at 20 m s

-1 accelerates at 0.5 m s
-2
for 30 s, the

distance travelled by train is
A. 825 m
B. 700 m
C. 650 m
D. 600 m
MCQ 22: Area under velocity-time graph tells us the
A. time
B. acceleration
C. displacement
D. velocity
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