Mechanical Properties of Solids Quiz

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Which type of body cannot be deformed?

Rigid body

What is the change in the structure of a body due to the applied force called?

Deformation

What is an example of a non-rigid body?

Bottle

Which chapter in physics does the concept of mechanical properties of solids belong to?

Chapter 66

What does the concept of mechanical properties of solids explain?

Changes that occur in a body due to applied force

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Mechanical Properties of Solids

  • A rigid body is a type of body that cannot be deformed.
  • The change in the structure of a body due to the applied force is called deformation.
  • An example of a non-rigid body is a rubber band.
  • The concept of mechanical properties of solids belongs to the chapter of Mechanics in physics.
  • The concept of mechanical properties of solids explains how solids respond to external forces, such as deformation, compression, and tension.

Test your knowledge of mechanical properties of solids with this quiz based on Chapter 8 of the physics class 11 curriculum. Explore concepts such as stress, strain, elasticity, and more. Ideal for students seeking to reinforce their understanding of this fundamental topic.

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