So, without any delay, go through these physics questions for the NDA 1 2022 exam now, understand the concepts which are used in them and practice them properly for effective preparation for the National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy (NA) exam!
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Important Physics Questions for NDA & NA 1 Exam 2022
1.The focal length of the objective lens of a telescope is 50cm. If the magnification of the telescope is 25, then the focal length of the eye-piece is
- 12.5 cm
- 5 cm
- 2 cm
- 10 cm
2.Light year is a unit of measurement of
- very large distances
- time interval in years
- amount of light received on earth in a year
- mass of atoms
3.Consider the following statements about a solenoid :
- The magnetic field strength in a solenoid depends upon the number of turns per unit length in the solenoid
- The magnetic field strength in a solenoid depends upon the current flowing in the wire of the solenoid
- The magnetic field strength in a solenoid upon the diameter of the solenoid
Which of the statements given above are correct?
- 1, 2 and 3
- 1 and 3 only
- 2 and 3 only
- 1 and 2 only
4.Two metallic wires A and B are made using copper. The radius of wire A is r while its length is l. A de voltage V is applied across the wire A, causing power dissipation, P. the radius of wire B is 2r and its length is 2l and the same de voltage V is applied across it causing power dissipation P1. Which one of the following is the correct relationship between P and P1?
- P = P1/2
5.Who among the following has explained the phenomenon of photoelectric effect?
- Max Planck
- Albert Einstein
- Neils Bohr
- Ernest Rutherford
6.Basic scientific principle behind a nuclear reactor is
- Nuclear fusion
- Controlled nuclear fusion
- Uncontrolled nuclear fission
- Controlled nuclear fission
7.Let us consider a copper wire having radius r and length l. Let its resistance be R. If the radius of another copper wire is 2r and the length is l/2 then the resistance of this wire will be
8.Which one of the following could be the melting point of iron?
9.At 20oC, the speed of sound in water is approximately
- 330 m/s
- 800 m/s
- 1500 m/s
- 5000 m/s
10.Which one of the following can charge an insulator?
- Current electricity
- Static electricity
- Magnetic field
- Gravitational field
11.The correct sequence of energy transfer that occurs when an apple falls to the ground is
- Gravitational potential energy → heat energy to air → kinetic energy → heat energy to ground and apple → sound energy
- Gravitational potential energy → sound energy → kinetic energy → heat energy to air → heat energy to ground and apple
- Gravitational potential energy → kinetic energy → heat energy to air → heat energy to ground and apple → sound energy
- Gravitational potential energy → kinetic energy → sound energy → heat energy to air → heat energy to ground and apple
12.The light energy escaping from the sun can be spread by
- a shower of rain drops
- a plane mirror
- a convex lens
- a combination of a convex lens and a concave lens
13.Which one of the following energy is stored in the links between the atoms?
- Nuclear energy
- Chemical energy
- Potential energy
- Thermal energy
14.Spring tides refer to
- greatest difference in the sea level at high and low tides
- lowest difference in the sea level at high and low tides
- no difference in the sea level at high and low tides
- counteraction of gravitational pull of the sun to that of moon
15.A fuse wire must be
- conducting and of low melting point
- conducting and of high melting point
- insulator and of high melting point
- insulator and of low melting point
16.When a beam of white light passes through a glass prism, the colour of light beam that deviates the least is _________.
17.The formula for conversion between Fahrenheit and Celsius is oF = X + (1.8 × oC) What is factor X?
18.‘Black hole’ is a
- huge black star which has zero acceleration due to gravity on its surface
- star which has moderate acceleration due to gravity on its surface
- Star which has collapsed into itself and has large acceleration due to gravity on its surface.
- star which has collapsed into itself and has zero acceleration due to gravity on its surface
19.Which one of the following statements regarding a thermos flask is NOT correct?
- The walls of flask are separated by vacuum and made of glass which is a poor conductor of heat
- The glass walls themselves have shiny surfaces
- The surface of inner wall radiates good amount of heat and the surface of outer wall absorbs some of the heat that is radiated from the inner wall
- he cork supports are poor conductors of heat
21.1 dyne (a unit of force in CGS system) equals to
- 103 g cm/s2
- 10-3 g cm/s2
- 105 kg m/s2
- 10-5 kg m/s2
Solutions of Physics Questions are provided in the PDF below
Important Points to Remember to Score Good marks in NDA Physics Section
- The candidate should read the syllabus of NDA Physics to avoid any misinterpretation or confusion.
- The NCERT books of class 10th, 11th & 12th are recommendable for NDA exam. You will develop a clear understanding of almost all basic concepts by reading NCERT.
- Candidates should note down all important formulae and definitions of NDA physics that can be referred to during last-minute revisions or for quick referencing.
- Physics has the highest weightage after English in NDA GAT paper. Candidate should not spend more than 20 minutes to solve the physics section.
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