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## Vector Algebra Class 12 Multiple Choice Test

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Vector Algebra Class 12 (121001)

General Instruction:

1. There are 10 MCQ’s in the Test.

2. Passing %age is 50.

3. After time gets over, test will be submitted itself.

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The components of a vector in a 2D coordinate system are given by:

a) Magnitude and direction

b) x and y coordinates

c) Length and width

d) Origin and endpoint

2 / 10

The cross product of two vectors results in a vector that is:

a) Perpendicular to both vectors

b) Parallel to both vectors

c) Collinear with both vectors

d) Equal to the sum of both vectors

3 / 10

The direction cosines of a vector are:

a) Unit vectors

b) Scalars

c) Ratios

d) Angles

4 / 10

Which of the following is a scalar quantity?

a) Force

b) Velocity

c) Distance

d) Displacement

5 / 10

The addition of two vectors can be represented by the:

a) Sum of their magnitudes

b) Sum of their directions

c) Sum of their components

d) Sum of their coefficients

6 / 10

The position vector of a point P is given by:

a) OP

b) PQ

c) PR

d) OQ

7 / 10

Which of the following vectors is collinear with a zero vector?

a) Any vector

b) Only the zero vector

c) Only unit vectors

d) Only parallel vectors

8 / 10

The vector product (cross product) of two parallel vectors is:

a) Zero

b) A scalar

c) Undefined

d) Equal to the sum of both vectors

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The position vector of a point dividing a line segment AB in the ratio m:n is given by:

a) mAB + nBA

b) mOA + nOB

c) m(A + B)

d) (m/n)AB

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The scalar product (dot product) of two vectors is a:

a) Vector quantity

b) Scalar quantity

c) Unitless quantity

d) Complex quantity