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# FSC 1st Year Physics Chapter 7 MCQs Notes PDF

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In this post, I am sharing FSC 1st Year Physics Chapter 7 MCQs with Answers Notes PDF for the students of intermediate part 1. This is chapter number 7 from the 11th physics textbook and its name is Oscillation. Students can download FSC 1st Year Physics chapter 7 solved MCQs Notes in PDF format on their laptop or mobile to read offline. These FSC 1st Year Physics Chapter 7 Solved MCQs Notes are for all the boards working under the Punjab Board like Gujranwala Board, Lahore Board, Faisalabad Board, Multan Board, Rawalpindi Board, Sargodha Board, DG Kahn Board, and Sahiwal Board. You can also download the complete FSC 1st Year Physics Notes PDF of all chapters from ilmihub.com.

## FSC Part 1 Physics Chapter 7 Solved MCQs Notes PDF Download

### In vibratory motion:

a) P.E remains constant
b) K.E remains constant
c) Neither P.E nor K.E remains constant
d) Total energy remains constant

### In S.H.M the acceleration of a body is directly proportional to:

a) applied force
b) amplitude
c) displacement from mean position
d) All of these

### When a particle is moving along a circular path, its projection along the diameter executes:

a) linear motion
b) rotatory motion
c) S.H.M
d) circular motion

### Total energy if a body executing S.H.M is directly proportional to

a) square of amplitude
b) the amplitude
c) reciprocal of amplitude
d) square root of amplitude

a) half
b) doubled
c) 4times
d) 8 times

a) 1 seconds
b) 2 seconds
c) 3 seconds
d) 4 seconds

a) half
b) One-third
c) doubled
d) constant

### The oscillation in which the amplitude remains same with the time are called;

a) S.H.M
b) damped oscillation
c) un-damped oscillation
d) forced oscillation

### The time period of the simple pendulum only depends on;

a) mass of the bob
b) length of the pendulum
c) amplitude of vibration
d) size of the bob

a) 4 times
b) half
c) same
d) 2 time

### The time period of the simple pendulum only depends on;

a) mass of the bob
b) length of the pendulum
c) amplitude of vibration
d) size of the bob