# Biomechanics and Sports MCQs Class 12 Physical Education

Please refer to Chapter 8 Biomechanics and Sports MCQ Class 12 Physical Education with answers below. These multiple-choice questions have been prepared based on the latest NCERT book for Class 12 Physical Education. Students should refer to MCQ Questions for Class 12 Physical Education with Answers to score more marks in Grade 12 Physical Education exams. Students should read the chapter Biomechanics and Sports and then attempt the following objective questions.

## MCQ Questions Class 12 Physical Education Chapter 8 Biomechanics and Sports

The Biomechanics and Sports MCQ Class 12 Physical Education provided below covers all important topics given in this chapter. These MCQs will help you to properly prepare for exams.

Question. When a joint reduces the angle between the bones at the joint, the movement is called:
(a) Abduction
(c) Flexion
(d) Extension

C

Question. Which one of the following is not a law of motion?
(a) Law of inertia
(b) Law of reaction
(d) Law of acceleration

C

Question. Why did Ramesh approached Mr Sunder?
(b) To seek help to improve his performance
(c) To win the medal
(d) None of the above

B

Question. Bending of elbow when our hand is going towards our chest is:
(a) flexion
(b) extension
(c) abduction

A

Question. Which law is in play when the ball is hit by the batsman?
(a) Law of inertia
(b) Law of acceleration
(c) Law of reaction
(d) Law of momentum

C

Question. At what joint do dorsiflexion and planter flexion movements take place?
(a) Knee joint
(b) Shoulder joint
(c) Ankle joint
(d) Hip joint

C

Question. Flexion and extension are:
(a) movements in the frontal plane about the sagittal axis.
(b) movements in the sagittal plane about the frontal axis.
(c) movements in the horizontal plane about the vertical axis.
(d) None of the abov

B

Question. What does the second law of motion state
(a) Body at rest will remain at rest
(b) For every action there is opposite reaction
(c) Less friction is needed for better performance
(d) Acceleration depends upon force applied and mass of an object

D

Question. Newton’s second law of motion is also known as:
(a) law of inertia
(b) law of action-reaction
(c) law of acceleration
(d) law of gravitation

C

Question. Opening of hand sidewise when our hand is moving away from body is example of an:
(a) flexion
(b) extension
(c) abduction

C

Question. Biomechanics is associated with
(a) Mechanic
(b) Physics
(c) Mechanic and Physics
(d) Mechanic and Anatomy

D

Question. The acceleration of an object depends inversely upon the object’s:
(a) weight
(b) mass
(c) height
(d) density

B

Question. Movements that occur primarily in the sagittal plane are:
(a) adduction, lateral flexion, flexion, dorsiflexion
(b) flexion, extension, dorsiflexion, plantar flexion
(c) flexion, extension, dorsiflexion, internal-external rotation
(d) supination and pronation of the forearm

B

Question. A high jumper can jump higher off a solid surface because it opposes his or her body with as much force as he or she is able to generate. This example refers to
(a) Law of conservation
(b) Law of Inertia
(c) Law of action and reaction
(d) Law of Gravity

C

Question. Which of the following movements are most characteristic of over arm as opposed to side arm or under arm throws?
(a) Abduction-adduction of the upper arm
(b) Flexion-extension of the upper arm
(c) External-internal rotation of the upper arm
(d) Rotation of the pelvis and trunk with the arm abducted

C

Question. Why does the teacher bring the students to physics lab for biomechanics class?
(a) To explain the principle of Physics
(b) To explain the law of inertia
(c) To discuss about law of acceleration
(d) To explain the law of reaction

A

Question. An athlete performing a hammer throw is an example of which law of motion?
(a) Law of inertia
(b) Law of acceleration
(c) Law of reaction
(d) None of these

B

Question. Which law is applied to cyclists?
(a) Law of inertia
(b) Law of acceleration
(c) Law of reaction
(d) Law of momentum

A

Question. The acceleration of an object depends directly upon the net force acting upon the object and inversely upon the object’s:
(a) weight
(b) mass
(c) height
(d) density

B

Question. What is the relation between mass and force
(a) Directly proportional
(b) No relationship
(c) Inversely proportional
(d) Both A and C