Science Class 10: Physics Fundamentals Quiz

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কোনটি নিউটনৰ গতিৰ সূত্ৰ বাৰ্তানিকে আদালতি কৰা জনায়?

গতিৰ ধাৰণাই

ভেক্টৰসমূহৰ বাবে আপোনাৰ কি প্ৰাধান্যতা আছে?

গতিৰ দিক

গেৱা-নিৰ্দেশনা ৰ বাবে, 'Kinematics' ৰ অন্বেষण কি?

নিউটন' ৱ ৱান'

'Work and Energy' ৰ বাবে, 'Energy conservation' ৰ অন্বেষण কি?

উর্জা স্থিৰতা

'Central Forces' ৰ অন্বেষণ 'gravity' ৰ অন্তর্ভাবী 'force'-s (নিউ)।


তুমি নিম্নৰ যেটো অন্যতম সঠিক?

তাইচৰ দুৰন্ত আৱৰ্তনীয়তা হ'ল একটো সিষ্টেম য'তে বাহ্যিক ক্ষেত্ৰ প্ৰৱাহ নাই।

কোনো এটা সঠিক নাই?

ইন্ডাক্টেন্স এ'টা ৱিদ্য-নি-র্ধা-রিত ॷ'

'Wave'- ৰ' 'Frequency' Amplitude Speed of WavesWavelength 'নির্ধা-রিণাত?'


'Electric Potential' - Ohm's Law Inductance Electric Field Circuit -  Electric Current' संबंधে?

'Electric Field'

'Optics' - 'Ray of Light' Reflection Speed of Light Wavelength Wave -  Amplitude' संबंधে?


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Science Class 10: Exploring Physics

In your Science Class 10 journey, you'll be diving into the world of physics, one of the most fascinating and important subjects in science. As we embark on this exploration, let's uncover some fundamental ideas and concepts to help you grasp the marvels of the physical world.


Mechanics is the branch of physics that studies the motion of objects and the forces that influence this motion. You'll learn about the following concepts:

  • Newton's Laws of Motion: These laws explain how forces act on objects and govern their behavior.
  • Vectors: You'll learn about the components of vectors and how to use them to describe motion.
  • Kinematics: The study of motion without reference to the forces causing it.
  • Dynamics: The study of motion and forces, including acceleration, velocity, and momentum.
  • Work and Energy: You'll learn about the transfer of energy through work and the conservation of energy.
  • Central Forces: The motion of objects under the influence of a central force, such as gravity.


Thermodynamics is the study of energy transfer and transformation in systems. In class 10, you'll have a basic introduction to thermodynamics, including concepts such as:

  • Heat and Temperature: The amount of thermal energy transferred and the scale used to measure temperature.
  • Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics: The statement that two systems in thermal equilibrium with a third system will also be in thermal equilibrium with each other.
  • First Law of Thermodynamics: The law of conservation of energy, also known as the law of energy conservation.
  • Second Law of Thermodynamics: The statement that the total entropy of an isolated system always increases over time.
  • Kinetic Theory: The theory that explains the properties of gases in terms of the motion of their constituent particles.

Electricity and Magnetism

Electricity and magnetism are two interconnected phenomena that lie at the heart of many technologies. In class 10, you'll learn about the following concepts:

  • Electric Charge: The property of matter that causes it to experience a force when near other charged matter.
  • Electric Field: The region in which an electrically charged particle experiences a force due to another electrically charged particle or a system of such particles.
  • Electric Potential: A measure of the electric potential energy stored in an electric field.
  • Electric Current: The flow of electric charge through a conductor.
  • Circuit: A closed path along which an electric current flows.
  • Ohm's Law: The relationship between the voltage, current, and resistance in an electric circuit.
  • Inductance: A property of a circuit that results in a back-emf when the current in the circuit changes.
  • Magnetism: The property of some matter that causes it to create, attract, or repel magnetic forces.


Waves are a fundamental concept in physics, and you'll learn about them in detail in class 10. Some of the key ideas include:

  • Wave: A disturbance that moves through space and time, transferring energy from one point to another without moving matter.
  • Speed of Waves: The rate at which a wave travels through a given medium.
  • Wavelength: The distance between any two consecutive identical points on the same wave.
  • Frequency: The number of wave crests or troughs that pass a given point per unit time.
  • Amplitude: The maximum displacement of a wave.
  • Superposition Principle: The principle that states that when two or more waves travel through the same medium, the resultant displacement at a point is the vector sum of the displacements of each wave.


Optics is the branch of physics that deals with the behavior and properties of light. In class 10, you'll explore the following concepts:

  • Ray of Light: A straight line used to describe the path of light through space.
  • Reflection: The change in direction of a ray of light when it strikes a surface.
  • Refraction: The bending of a ray of light as it passes through a medium with a different refractive index.
  • Diffraction: The bending of light around objects.
  • Total Internal Reflection: The reflection of light back into a medium when it attempts to pass through the interface into another medium.

Dimensions and Measurements

Lastly, you'll learn about dimensions and measurements, which are essential in science. Here are some key ideas:

  • Units: Ways of measuring things that allow for comparison and communication.
  • SI Units: The standard set of units used for scientific work.
  • Accuracy: Closeness of a measured value to the true value of the measured quantity.
  • Precision: Closeness of repeated measurements to each other.
  • Scalars and Vectors: Quantities that can be described by only a magnitude or both a magnitude and direction.
  • Length, Mass, Time, and Temperature: The fundamental dimensions of measurement.

As you navigate through your class 10 science course, especially in physics, remember to embrace the joy of learning and the satisfaction of understanding the world around you. Keep asking questions, and don't hesitate to explore the beauty of physics.

Test your knowledge of essential physics topics covered in Class 10 Science curriculum such as mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, waves, optics, and dimensions and measurements. Explore concepts like Newton's Laws of Motion, Ohm's Law, wave properties, light behavior, and units of measurement.

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