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Oscillation Class 12 MCQ Questions With Answers
1.
Which position shows the spring with maximum kinetic energy?
A
B
C
D
2.
The interference that occurs when two waves combine to make a wave with a smaller amplitude.
constructive interference
criticism
destructive interference
interjection
3.
Which graph can be used to describe oscillation?
displacement-time graph
displacement-length graph
amplitude-time graph
time invariant graph
4.
The combined result of adding the amplitudes of overlapping waves
vector
addition
resultant wave
standing wave
5.
A block resting on a horizontal frictionless surface is attached to an ideal horizontal spring with spring constant of 30 N/m. The block-spring system is set into simple harmonic motion as shown.What is the maximum elastic potential energy of this block-spring system?
0 J
120J
240J
480J
6.
What property of this wave is represented by the letter 'A'?
Amplitude
Crest
Trough
Wavelength
7.
Which letter(s) represent the crest of the wave?
A
B & D
B & F
F
8.
An object that has a small mass that is suspended from a wire or string
simple pendulum
frequency
oscillation
wave
9.
A simple pendulum swings about the vertical equilibrium position with a maximum angular displacement of 5o and period T. If the same pendulum is given a maximum angular displacement of 10o, then which of the following best gives the period of the oscillations?
T/2
T/√2
T
T√2
2T
10.
Given an expression of x = 10 sin (0.25πt) where x in cm, t in second. Which of these answers are true?
the frequency is 0.125 Hz
the amplitude is 10 m
the angular frequency is 0.125 rad s-1
at t = 0, x = 10 cm
11.
A pendulum with a mass of 0.10 kg swings with a period of 0.50 s and amplitude of 2.0 cm. What is the speed when the displacement of the pendulum is −1.0 cm?
8 cm s−1
11 cm s−1
22 cm s−1
36 cm s−1
12.
A wave that oscillates in a fixed location
standing wave
sitting wave
longitudinal wave
transverse wave
13.
Which of the following is not an example of SHM?
A simple pendulum
A vibrating spring
A marble on a concave surface
Bouncing on a trampoline
14.
For a SHM, what is the shape of the graph of velocity (v) against displacement (x)?
straight line
parabola
circle
ellipse
15.
A mass-spring system can oscillate with simple harmonic motion because a compressed or stretched spring has which kind of energy?
kinetic
mechanical
gravitational potential
elastic potential
16.
Which of the following is not an example of resonance?
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR).
Heating of food in a microwave oven.
Skyscrapper sways more and more during earthquake.
A basketball bounces few times on floor and stops.
17.
Convert from period to frequency.4 sec = ______ Hz.
0.25 Hz
0.1 Hz
2 Hz
10 Hz.
18.
A see-saw at the playground is
critically damped
over-damped
lightly damped
not damped
19.
In a simple pendulum, which force brings the mass back to equilibrium?
Gravitational force
Elastic force
Tension
Friction
20.
The period of a pendulum may be decreased by
Increasing the mass of the bob
moving the equilibrium point
decreasing the mass of the bob
shortening the length of pendulum
21.
A block of mass M is at rest on a frictionless horizontal surface and is attached to an ideal horizontal spring with force constant of 20 N/m. When set from rest into SHM, the spring's restoring force as a function of the block’s position is shown in the graph.What is the spring-block elastic potential energy when it is at position B?
0.1 J
0.4 J
0.9 J
1.6 J
22.
A block attached to an ideal spring undergoes simple harmonic motion about its equilibrium position (x = 0) with amplitude A. What fraction of the total energy is in the form of kinetic energy when the block is at position(x =1/2 A)?
1/3
3/8
1/2
2/3
3/4
23.
A simple harmonic oscillator takes 4.8 s to undergo five complete vibrations. What is the period (T) of 1 cycle?
4.8 s
.96 s
9.8 s
24.
A horizontal trolley is attached to two springs. The trolley is displaced by 10 cm, then released, and it performs SHM with a period of 0.50 s. What is the displacement when KE equals PE?
7.1 cm
1.7 cm
5.0 cm
2.5 cm
25.
What is meant by forced oscillation?
When an object is vibrating at its natural frequency
When an object continues to vibrate after the disturbance is removed
When an object vibrates at a frequency which is different from its natural frequency
When an object receives a vibration from external sources
26.
A block is attached to a free end of an ideal horizontal spring. The system rests on a horizontal frictionless surface. When the block is pulled to the right, stretching the spring from its equilibrium, and released, the system starts oscillations. The horizontal position of the block as a function of time is shown above.When does the spring exert its maximum force on the block?
0.0 s
2.0 s
4.0 s
8.0 s
27.
A point on a standing wave that has no displacement from the rest position.
amplitude
period
antinode
node
28.
The interference that occurs when waves combine to make a wave with a larger amplitude.
constructive interference
destructive interference
wave amplification
superposition
29.
A linear spring of force constant k is used in physics lab experiment. A block of mass m is attached to the spring and the resulting frequency, f, of the simple harmonic oscillation is measured. Blocks of various masses are used in different trials, and in each case, the corresponding frequency is measured and recorded. If f2 is plotted versus 1/m, the graph will be a straight line with slope
4π2/k2
4π2/k
(4π)(2k)
k/4π2
k2/4π2
30.
What property of the wave is represented by the letter "B"?
amplitude
crest
trough
wavelength
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