# Waves in Physics Mcqs

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## 1. A simple pendulum has a bob of mass m and its frequency is f. If we replaced the bob with a heavier one say of 2m then that will be its new frequency?

1/4f

1/2f

Frequency lower than 20 Hz

2f

## 2. A stationary wave is set up in the air column of a closed pipe. At the closes end of the pipe

Always an node in formed

Always an antinode is formed

Neither node nor antinode is formed

Sometimes a node and sometimes an antinode is formed

Isothermal

Isobaric

Isochoric

## 4. Beats are the results of

Diffraction of sound waves

Constructive and destructive interference

Polarization

Destructive interference

## 5. Doppler effect applies to

Sound wave only

Light wave only

Both sound and light waves

Neither sound nor light wave

## 6. For destructive interference of sound waves the path difference between two interfering sounds should be

N?

(n+1/2)?

Some time n? and some times (n+1/2)?

None of these

One

Two

Four time

None of these

Decreases

Increases

Remains the same

Any of above

## 9. In open organ pipe

Only even harmonics are present

Only odd harmonics are present

Both even and odd harmonics are present

Selected harmonics are present

Antinodes

Nodes

Troughs

Crests

1.61 ms-1

61.0 ms-1

0.61 ms-1

2.00 ms-1

Refraction

Polarization

Interference

Diffraction

Isothermal law

Isochoric law

All of the above

281m/sec

333m/sec

340m/sec

All of the above

## 15. On loading the prong of a tuning form with wax its frequency

Increases

Decreases

Remains unchanged

May increase or decrease

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