Practice MCQs For Pressure

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1. Which would be the least likely to sink into soft ground?
2. Four different liquids are poured into identical measuring cylinders. The diagrams show the depths of the liquids and their densities.

Which liquid causes the largest pressure on the base of its measuring cylinder?

3. The diagrams show, to the same scale, the vertical sections of a set of circular vessels, each containing the same depth of water.

Which one of the following statements is correct?
4. The diagram shows a simple mercury barometer. Which height is a measure of the atmospheric pressure?

5. The diagram shows the levels X and Y in a liquid manometer when the gas tap is opened.

What is the pressure of the gas in the cylinder?
6. An air bubble is inside a air-tight cylinder fitted with a piston. What happens to the air bubble when the piston is pushed in? Note that the air bubble is surrounded by air in the cylinder. Assume that the there is still enough space for the air bubble to "survive" after the piston is pushed in.
7. Which graph shows the relationship between the pressure and volume of a fixed mass of gas at constant temperature?

8. Objects of different weights are placed on a rigid, horizontal surface.

Which row shows the correct pressure acting on the surface?
Weight (N)Area in contact ($m^{2}$)Pressure (Pa)
A100.11
B200.20.01
C300.1300
D400.28
9. Which of the following will cause the height of the mercury column in a barometer, A, to be higher than  that of another barometer, B, located at sea level?
10. A manometer is connected to a gas supply.

Pressure can be measured in cm of water.

What is the pressure of the gas?

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18 thoughts on “Practice MCQs For Pressure”

1. How The question no.6 answer is 2000 pascal?
Its supposed to be 200 pascal, with the rule .
P=F/A
P=4000/5×4
= 4000/20
=200.

How 2000?

• m=4000kg
P=mg/A
P=4000*10/5*4
P=2000

2. Can anyone explain me that how the answer of mcq no7 is p/3

• idk either

• Height of the liquid column increased by 40 cm, which means new height is 60 cm. volume increases 3 times, which in turn makes the pressure decrease to 1/3 so answer is p/3

3. how can i get the answers….

4. I think here, in question 9 the answer (a) shall be
5.0 x 10^-3
5.0 x 10^3

• Can you show how you arrive at $5.0 \times 10^{-3}$?

• its 5.0 x 10^4

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• same bro

6. How can i get the answers of this quiz

• @Aisha
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