# Physics Quiz for 11th and 12th Grade Students

Questions : 15 | Total Attempts: 733 | Recent Updated: 04-Dec-2020
High school students have to go through a lot of things in life that might give them stress if the subjects are not of their choice. Obviously, a high school student ultimately has the goal to get into the best colleges and fulfill the ambitions of themselves and their parents. One of the very fine subjects we all might know is Physics. One of the most practical subjects of all time is considered to be Physics, since everything is directly or indirectly related to the fine subject. Let us now have a look at the very amazing and very interesting trivia quiz and find some facts about Physics and have a test of your knowledge!

### Questions Excerpt

1. Who gave the theory of Special Relativity?

A. Arthur Miller

B. Albert Einstein

C. Geneva D Souza

D. None of the above

2. How much does dark matter and dark energy account in the universe?

A. 56%

B. 78%

C. 90%

D. 95%

3. Which was an important explanation for the origin of our universe?

A. FRIENDS

B. Big Bang Theory

C. Brooklyn Nine Nine

D. The Spectrum

4. How much atoms in the Milky Way galaxy are hydrogen atoms?

A. 75%

B. 80%

C. 85%

D. 90%

5. Which is the most abundant atom in the universe?

A. Nitrogen

B. Oxygen

C. Hydrogen

D. Carbon

6. Who behave differently when it’s being observed?

A. Atoms

B. Electrons

C. Electromagnets

D. Bacteria

7. Which would wall before : Feather or Bowling Ball?

A. Feather

B. Ball

C. Both at the same time

D. None at the moment

8. How much percent are atoms empty space

A. 99.9999999999997

B. 99.9999999999999

C. 99.9999999923999

D. 99.9999999945999

A. Albert Einstein

B. Dravid Flut

C. Stephen Hawking

D. Arthur Miller

10. Who is currently the heaviest man in the world?

A. Kim Jong

B. Albert Einstein

C. Dravid Flud

D. Usain Bolt

11. What happens to the weight as we move away from Earth?

A. Increases

B. Decreases

C. Constant

D. No change

12. How much does an Astronauts normally experience a maximum g-force of around during a rocket launch?

A. 4g

B. 2g

C. 7g

D. 10g

13. What keeps Earth and the other planets in our solar system in orbit around the Sun?

B. Electrons

C. Gravity

D. Electromagnets

14. Which planet would float if you put it in water?

A. Jupiter

B. Mars

C. Neptune

D. Saturn

15. What are the smallest unit of element?

A. Atoms

B. Helium

C. Hydrogen

D. Bacteria