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1 Special Relativity and the Space Patrol
The life of an interstellar police officer is never easy, but sometimes the laws of physics make it hard to enforce the laws of society. Let's ride along with Officers Albert, Max and Hendrik on a typical patrol.
10 Q
Oct 25 05
5847 plays
2 Infinity
Infinity is really, really big. But what else can we say about it? Is it a number? Is it possible for something to be bigger than infinity? Take this quiz and find out!
10 Q
Jul 21 02
17424 plays
3 Phenomenal Physics!
Whether you love equations or hate them, they are crucial to understanding physical phenomena. I hope you enjoy and I also hope that the quiz doesn't bring back too many painful memories!
10 Q
May 24 09
2034 plays
4 Replace Those Units!
Many phenomena in the electrical world can be expressed using one unit, instead of several. For example, a volt/ohm is the same as an ampere. Replace the given units in each question with a single unit.
10 Q
Aug 23 09
798 plays
5 Relativity From a Relative Layman
A (relatively) simple quiz covering the background and a few simple applications of Einstein's famous theory.
10 Q
May 29 04
2136 plays
6 Ohm's Lore
My geek friends and I have designed this quiz to be conducive to the current interest in Ohm and his law. Resistance is expected.
10 Q
Jul 17 05
4494 plays
7 Gases Are All Around Us!
Gases are all around us, but how well do you know them? This quiz covers their properties, the kinetic theory, the collision theory and their transport phenomena as well. Best of luck and enjoy!
10 Q
Feb 04 08
2946 plays
8 Who Needs Airbags?
Why do we need airbags? How do cars move? You'd be surprised how many everyday objects and occurrences have their concepts firmly rooted in Sir Isaac Newton's Laws of Motion.
10 Q
Jan 18 08
996 plays
9 Gas Laws
Have you got a quiz or test coming up on Gas Laws in your high school chemistry class? Give this test a shot to test your knowledge thus far on the subject. Please keep in mind "T" "P" "V" stand for temperature, pressure, and volume respectively.
10 Q
Mar 23 06
1974 plays
10 Theories of Matter
This quiz is on early and more recent theories about matter and people who created the theories. I hope you learn something new!
10 Q
Sep 17 02
3039 plays
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Last Updated Jun 17 15 4:06 PM

Some sample questions from this category:

* Which of the following best describes Einstein's general theory of relativity?
* The theory of relativity allows us to calculate the amount of energy, "E", that would be released if a mass of "m" were converted to energy. The famous equation expressing this is which of the following?
* So if there are different kinds of infinity, which is the biggest?
* The mathematical symbol for infinity looks like which character turned on its side?
* There are an infinite number of whole numbers between one and infinity. So, using that definition of infinity, which of these amounts is the greatest?

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