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# Physics Jamb Past Questions and Answers

## Physics Jamb Past Questions and Answers

Here are a few:

What is the SI unit of force?
A) Newton (N)
B) Watt (W)
C) Joule (J)
D) Volt (V)

Which of the following is an example of a scalar quantity?
A) Velocity
B) Mass
C) Force
D) Acceleration

When a body moves with a constant speed in a circular path, what type of acceleration does it experience?
A) Linear acceleration
B) Tangential acceleration
C) Centripetal acceleration
D) Gravitational acceleration

Which of the following is a form of electromagnetic radiation with the shortest wavelength?
B) Microwaves
C) Infrared
D) Gamma rays

The phenomenon of mirage is due to the:
A) Reflection of light
B) Refraction of light
C) Dispersion of light
D) Polarization of light

Which of the following statements is true regarding the law of conservation of energy?
A) Energy can be created from nothing.
B) Energy can be destroyed completely.
C) Energy cannot be created or destroyed, only transformed.
D) Energy conservation only applies to mechanical systems.
Answer: C) Energy cannot be created or destroyed, only transformed.

What is the SI unit of electric current?
A) Volt (V)
B) Ampere (A)
C) Ohm (Ω)
D) Watt (W)

Which of the following is a vector quantity?
A) Speed
B) Distance
C) Time
D) Displacement

When an object is immersed in a fluid, it experiences an upward buoyant force. What law describes this phenomenon?
A) Newton's First Law of Motion
B) Archimedes' Principle
C) Boyle's Law
D) Hooke's Law

In a concave mirror, if the object is placed beyond the focal point, the image formed is:
A) Real and inverted
B) Real and upright
C) Virtual and inverted
D) Virtual and upright

The rate of change of velocity of an object is known as:
A) Speed
B) Distance
C) Acceleration
D) Displacement

Which of the following is a unit of pressure?
A) Ohm
B) Pascal
C) Joule
D) Hertz

What type of wave is sound?
A) Transverse wave
B) Electromagnetic wave
C) Longitudinal wave
D) Mechanical wave

The force of gravity on an object is also known as its:
A) Mass
B) Weight
C) Volume
D) Density