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## AP State Syllabus 10th Class Physical Science Bits 1st Lesson Heat with Answers

CONCEPT – I : Heat – Temperature

Question 1.
If you touch a piece of wood and a piece of metal which were kept in the fridge for the same period of time then the result is
A) metal piece is colder than wooden piece
B) wooden piece is colder than metal piece
C) both are at same temperature
D) none
A) metal piece is colder than wooden piece

Question 2.
Calorimetry is the measurement of
A) heat
B) temperature
C) pressure
D) mass
A) heat Question 3.
…………….. flows from a body at higher temperature to a body at lower temperature.
A) Temperature
B) Heat
C) Light
D) Electricity
B) Heat

Question 4.
Heat energy will be transferred, when two bodies are placed in thermal contact which are at different temperatures
A) from a body at lower temperature to higher temperature
B) from a body at higher temperature to lower temperature
C) no transfer of heat energy takes place
D) both A and B are correct
B) from a body at higher temperature to lower temperature

Question 5.
The degree of hotness or coldness is …………………
A) heat
B) temperature
C) evaporation
D) boiling
B) temperature

Question 6.
Elow of heat energy between two bodies or systems requires …………………….
A) pressure difference
B) potential difference
C) temperature difference
D) all of these
C) temperature difference

Question 7.
……………… is a measure of thermal equilibrium
A) Temperature
B) Heat
C) Mass
D) None
A) Temperature

Question 8.
Three bodies A, B and C are in thermal equilibrium, the temperature of B is 45°C, then the temperature of C is
A) 45° C
B) 50° C
C) 40°C
D) any temperature
A) 45° C

Question 9.
An object .A at 10°C and another object B at 10 K are kept in contact, then heat flows from
A) A to B
B) B to A
C) A to A
D) no heat transfer
A) A to B

Question 10.
The difference in temperature of a body measured as 27°C. Its corresponding difference in Kelvin scale is ………………..
A) 27 K
B) 300 K
C) 246 K
D) 0 K
A) 27 K Question 11.
The temperature of a steel rod is 330 K. Its temperature in °C is ……………………..
A) 55° C
B) 59° C
C) 53° C
D) 57° C
D) 57° C

Question 12.
Which of the following thermometer scale is also known as absolute scale of temperature?
A) Celsius scale
B) Fahrenheit scale
C) Kelvin scale
D) None
C) Kelvin scale

Question 13.
Which one of the following temperature scales can not take negative ?
A) Celsius scale
B) Fahrenheit scale
C) Kelvin scale
D) None
C) Kelvin scale

Question 14.
Temperature of a body is directly proportional to
A) potential energy
B) mass
C) density
D) average kinetic energy
D) average kinetic energy

Question 15.
Different gases are at same temperature^ Which value remains same for all gases?
A) mass
B) heat
C) linear momentum
D) average kinetic energy
D) average kinetic energy

Question 16.
Kinetic energy of molecules is more in
A) ice at 0°C
B) water at 0° C
C) water at 100° C
D) water vapour at 100° C
D) water vapour at 100° C

Question 17.
For some change in temperature the amount of heat absorbed by a substance is directly proportional to …………………
A) mass
B) volume
C) both A and B
D) none
A) mass CONCEPT – II : Specific heat – Method of Mixtures

Question 18.
The amount bf heat requited to raise the temperature of the unit mass of the substance by one unit is called ………………….
A) latent heat
B) 1 Calorie
C) 1 Joule
D) specific heat
D) specific heat

Question 19.
The degree of reluctance of a substance to change its temperature
A) latent heat
B) specific heat
C) kinetic energy
D) heat
B) specific heat

Question 20.
The rise in temperature is high for a substance, if the maximum share of given heat energy is utilised for increasing its
A) rotational energy
B) potential energy
C) vibrational energy
D) linear kinetic energy
D) linear kinetic energy

Question 21.
Internal energy of a system is
A) vibrational energy
B) linear kinetic energy
C) rotational and potential energy
D) all the above
D) all the above

Question 22.
The substance with the highest specific heat is
A) mercury
B) gold
C) ice
D) water
D) water

Question 23.
The substance with the lowest specific heat is
B) mercury
C) kerosene oil
D) water

Question 24.
‘ Same amount of heat is supplied to two liquids A and B.
The liquid B shows greater rise in temperature. What can you say about the specific heat of B as compared to A?
A) Specific heat of B is less than that of A
B) Specific heat of B is greater than that of A
C) Can’t say
D) Specific heat of B is same as that of A
A) Specific heat of B is less than that of A Question 25.
Heat store houses on the earth
A) Trees
B) Mountains
C) Oceans
D) Coal
C) Oceans

Question 26.
Which of the following is used as coolant?
A) ice
B) water
C) petrol
D) kerosene oil
B) water

Question 27.
The S.I unit of specific heat is
A) Cal/g -°C
B) J/kg – K
C) Cal/kg -K
D) J/kg
B) J/kg – K

Question 28.
The C.G.S unit of specific heat is
A) Cal/g- °C
B) Cal/kg – K
C) J/kg – K
D) Cal/kg – K
A) Cal/g- °C

Question 29.
Specific heat S =
A) Q/Δt
B)Q Δt
C) Q/mΔt
D) mΔt/Q
C) Q/mΔt

Question 30.
1 Cal/g -°C =
A) 4.2 × 103J/kg – K
B) 4.2 × 10-3 J/kg – K
C) 4.2 J
D) 4.2 × 106J/kg – K
A) 4.2 × 103J/kg – K

Question 31.
If the specific heat is low, the rate of rise or fall in temperature is ………………. for the same quantity of heat supplied.
A) low
B) more
C) equal
D) can’t say
B) more Question 32.
Which of the following equation is used to determine howmuch heat is needed to raise the temperature of a certain mass of the substance through certain degrees?
A) Q = mL
B) Q = m Δt
C) Q = mS Δt
D) Q = it
C) Q = mS Δt

Question 33.
Regarding the specific heat of water which of the following is correct ?
a) Its value in S.I system is 4180 J/kg – K
b) It’s value in C.G.S. system is 1 Cal/g-°C
c) The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of unit mass of substance by one unit
d) Specific heat changes the temperature of the body.
A) a, b
B) a, b, c
C) a, b, c, d
D) only b
C) a, b, c, d

Question 34.
Statement I : The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of unit mass of substance through 1 °C is known as specific heat of the substance.
Statement II: The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 gm of water through 1°C is 1 calorie.
Which of the above statements is true?
A) Both are true
B) Both are false
C) Statement I is true and II is false
D) Statement I is false and II is true
A) Both are true

Question 35.
Mercury is preferred as thermometric fluid because of its
A) high thermal conductivity
B) low specific heat capacity
C) uniform thermal expansion
D) all the above
D) all the above

Question 36.
Net heat lost by the hot bodies = Net heat gained by the col d bodies (if heat is noi lost by any other process). This is known as
A) Principle of Pascal
B) Principle of Archimedes
C) Principle of method of mixtures
D) None
C) Principle of method of mixtures

Question 37.
The temperature (T) of two samples of the same substance with masses m1 and m2 and temperatures T1 and T2 when added together is
A) $$\frac{\mathrm{m}_{1} \mathrm{~T}_{1}+\mathrm{m}_{2} \mathrm{~T}_{1}}{\mathrm{~m}_{1}+\mathrm{m}_{2}}$$
B) $$\frac{\mathrm{m}_{1} \mathrm{~T}_{1}+\mathrm{m}_{2} \mathrm{~T}_{2}}{\mathrm{~m}_{1}+\mathrm{m}_{2}}$$
C) $$\frac{m_{1} T_{1}+m_{2} T_{2}}{T_{1}+T_{2}}$$
D) m1T1 = m2T2
B) $$\frac{\mathrm{m}_{1} \mathrm{~T}_{1}+\mathrm{m}_{2} \mathrm{~T}_{2}}{\mathrm{~m}_{1}+\mathrm{m}_{2}}$$

Question 38.
The temperature of mixture of equal quantities of water at 90°C and water at
60°C when added together is ………………….
A) 60° C
B) 70° C
C) more than 90° C
D) 75° C
D) 75° C Question 39.
The temperature of mixture of two samples of the same substance is 70°C. One of the samples of 100 ml at 90°C and the other sample at 60°C. Find the quantity of other sample
A) 100 ml
B) 200 ml
C) 300 ml
D) 400 ml
B) 200 ml

Question 40.
127° C + 400 K + x = 1000 K. The value of x is …………………
A) 200 K
B) 273 K
C) 473 K
D) 800 K
A) 200 K

Question 41.
Which among the following material has specific heat more than that of ice?
A) Water
B) Glass
C) Mercury
D) Copper
A) Water

Question 42.
A person is not feeling hot or cold with surroundings then he is in the state of
A) thermal equilibrium
B) high temperature
C) low temperature
D) both high and low temperature
A) thermal equilibrium

Question 43.
The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 gm of water to 1°C is ………….. (in Jouls)
A) 4.186
B) 4. 286
C) 4.108
D) 4. 208
A) 4.186

Question 44.
The substance that is having least specific heat from the following …………………
A) Zinc
B) Mercury
C) Water
D) Kerosene
B) Mercury

Question 45.
The C.G.S unit of heat from the following is ……………………
A) Joule
B) Calorie
C) Kelvin
D) Celsius
B) Calorie Question 46.
The S.I unit of heat from the following is …………………….
A) Joule
B) Calorie
C) Kelvin
D) Celsius
A) Joule

Question 47.
The S.I unit of temperature from the following is ………………………
A) Joule
B) Calorie
C) Kelvin
D) Celsius
C) Kelvin

Question 48.
The final temperature of a mixture of 100g of water at 30°C temperature and 100g of water at 60°C temperature is ………………………
A) 45° C
B) 70° C
C) 90° C
D) 130° C
A) 45° C

Question 49.
Specific heat of Cu is 0.095, iron 0.115, brass 0.092 and water 1. Which of the above can be heated quickly when they are kept in sunlight with same masses?
A) Iron
B) Brass
C) Copper
D) Water
B) Brass

Question 50.
1 gm of water at 20°C is heated till its temperature raises to 21 °C. The amount of heat energy absorbed by the water is ………………..
A) 1 Joule
B) 1 calorie
C) 1 Kilo calorie
D) 2 Joule
B) 1 calorie

Question 51.
1 kg of water at 300 K is heated till its temperature raises to 301K. The amount of heat energy absorbed by the water is …………………..
a) 1 Joule
b) 1 calorie
c) 1 K. calorie
d) 4180 J
A) a, b
B) a,c
C) c,d
D) a, c, d
C) c,d

Question 52.
The heat energy required to raise the temperature of 20 kg of water from 25 °C to 75 °C is (in calories) …………………
A) 103
B) 104
C) 105
D) 106
D) 106 Question 53.
The heat absorbed by the substance depends on
A) mass
B) temperature change
C) specific heat
D) all
D) all

Question 54.
Evaporation of liquid takes place at the ………………..
A) bottom
B) middle
C) surface
D) edges only
C) surface

Question 55.
Water is used in car radiators of engine as coolant because of ………………….
A) its density is more
B) high specific heat
C) high thermal conductivity
D) free availability
B) high specific heat

CONCEPT – III : Changes of States

Question 56.
The process of escaping of molecules from the surface of a liquid at any temperature is called ……………………..
A) evaporation
B) condensation
C) boiling
D) melting
A) evaporation

Question 57.
Evaporation is a ……………… process.
A) warming process
B) cooling process
C) A and B
D) none
B) cooling process

Question 58.
Evaporation is a ………….. phenomenon.
A) bulk
B) hot
C) surface
D) none
C) surface

Question 59.
The temperature of a system during evaporation
A) raises
B) remains same
C) falls
D) can’t say
C) falls

Question 60.
Evaporation takes place at ………………. temperature
A) 100° C
B) 50° C
C) 28° C
D) any temperature
D) any temperature Question 61.
The phase change from liquid to gas that occurs at the surface of liquid at any temperature is called ………………………
A) freezing
B) melting
C) boiling
D) evaporation
D) evaporation

Question 62.
If the surface of the liquid exposed to air the evaporation process takes place up to ………………….
A) full quantity of liquid evaporates
B) half of the quantity of liquid evaporates
C) $$\frac{1}{3}$$of the quantity of liquid evaporates
D) some quantity of die liquid evaporates
A) full quantity of liquid evaporates

Question 63.
Rate of evaporation of a liquid depends on ………………….
A) surface area
B) temperature
C) humidity
D) all
D) all

Question 64.
Statement I : The rate of evaporation slows down as the water vapour increases in the air
Statement II : At a given temperature air can hold only fixed amount of water.
A) Statement I is correct, II is incorrect
B) Statement I is incorrect, II is correct
C) Both statements are correct
D) Both statements are incorrect
C) Both statements are correct

Question 65.
A fan produces a feeling of comfort during hot season because……………….
A) fan provides cool air
B) it increases humidity
C) of the evaporation of sweat
D) fan cools the surrounding air
C) of the evaporation of sweat

Question 66.
During phase change of a substance ……………………
A) temperature remains constant
B) temperature increases
C) temperature decreases
D) temperature may increase or decrease
A) temperature remains constant

Question 67.
Among the following phenomenon the evaporation process involved in ……………………..
a) wet clothes dry in the air
b) the floor becomes dry after washing with water
c) sprinkling of the spirit on the skin gives coldness
d) we feel cooling while getting sweat
A) a and b
B) a, b and c
C) a, b, c and d
D) only a
C) a, b, c and d Question 68.
The rate of evaporation of the liquid is faster in ……………………
A) a cup
B) saucer
C) test tube
D) can’t say
B) saucer

Question 69.
The reverse process of evaporation takes place in ……………………….
A) boiling
B) melting
C) freezing
D) condensation
D) condensation

Question 70.
The phase change from gas to liquid is called …………………..
A) evaporation1
B) condensation
C) boiling
D) freezing
B) condensation

Question 71.
Which of the following is a warming process?
A) evaporatipn
B) condensation
C) boiling
D) all
B) condensation

Question 72.
The amount of water vapour present in air is called ………………….
A) boiling
B) pressure
C) humidity
D) heat
C) humidity

Question 73.
The water droplets condensed on the surfaces of window – panes, flowers, grass etc are known as ……………………..
A) humidity
B) dew
C) fog
D) none
B) dew

Question 74.
Condensed and floating water droplets in the air is called …………………..
A) dew
B) fog
C) ice
D) cloud
B) fog Question 75.
Dew and fog form due to
A) evaporation
B) melting
C) boiling
D) condensation
D) condensation

Question 76.
Water droplets form on the outer surface of the glass tumbler filled with cold water due to
A) evaporation
B) condensation
C) boiling
D) melting
B) condensation

Question 77.
Which of the following condensation restricts visibility in the surrounding air?
A) dew
B) fog
C) both
D) none
B) fog

Question 78.
‘Which of the following phenomena are reverse of each other ?
A) melting & boiling
B) melting & evaporation
C) boiling & evaporation
D) evaporation & condensation
D) evaporation & condensation

Question 79.
A person feels warm when he stays . inside the bathroom after bath because of ……………….
A) evaporation of water
B) condensation of water vapour
C) both A and B
D) neither A nor B.
B) condensation of water vapour

Question 80.
Statement I : During evaporation the temperature of the evaporating liquid decreases.
Statement II: During condensation the temperature of the surrounding air increases
A) Both I and II are true
B) I is true, II is false
C) I is false, II is true
D) Both I and II are false
A) Both I and II are true

Question 81.
The sultryness in summer days is due to
A) Melting
B) Evaporation
C) Condensation
D) Humidity
D) Humidity Question 82.
The liquid phase changes to gaseous phase at a constant temperature at a given pressure is called ………………………..
A) evaporation
B) melting
C) boiling
D) condensation
C) boiling

Question 83.
The temperature of the liquid while boiling
A) remains constant
B) increases
C) decreases
D) can’t say
A) remains constant

Question 84.
If heat is supplied to water continuously, the temperature of water …………………
A) increases continuously
B) decreases
C) increases continuously till it reaches 100° C
D) can’t say
C) increases continuously till it reaches 100° C

Question 85.
The heat energy required to change 1gm of liquid to gas at constant temperature is called …………………..
A) specific heat
B) latent heat of vapourization
C) latent heat of fusion
D) calorie
B) latent heat of vapourization

Question 86.
The latent heat of vapourization of liquid of “m”gm when the heat energy of “Q” calories is supplied to change its state from liquid to gas is ………………
A) m/Q
B) Q/m
C) Q × m
D) mS Δt
B) Q/m

Question 87.
C.G.S unit of latent heat of vapourization is ……………….
A) cal/gm
B) gm/cal
C) calorie
D) cal/gm-°C
A) cal/gm

Question 88.
S.I unit of latent heat of vapourization is ………………………
A) kg/J
B) J/Kg
C) J/kg – K
D) Joule
B) J/Kg Question 89.
1 cal/gm = ………………..
A) 1 J/Kg
B) 4.186 J
C) 4.186 × 103 J/Kg
D) 4.186 × 10-3J/Kg
C) 4.186 × 103 J/Kg

Question 90.
The boiling point of water at 1 atm is ………………
A) 100° C
B) 540 cal/gm
C) 373 K
D) both A and C
D) both A and C

Question 91.
The latent heat of vapourization of water is ………………..
A) 100° C
B) 80 cal/gm
C) 540 cal/gm
D) 373 K
C) 540 cal/gm

Question 92.
The process in which solid phase changes to liquid phase at a constant temperature is called
A) boiling
B) melting
C) condensation
D) freezing
B) melting

Question 93.
The melting point of an ice at 1 atm is
A) 0° C
B) 273 K
C) 100° C
D) both A and B
A) 0° C

Question 94.
When ice melts its temperature ?
A) remains constant
B) increases
C) decreases
D) cannot say
A) remains constant

Question 95.
The heat energy required to convert 1 gm of solid completely into liquid at a constant temperature is called ……………….
A) specific heat
B) 1 calorie
C) latent heat of fusion
D) latent heat of vapourization
C) latent heat of fusion Question 96.
The latent heat of fusion of ice is …………………
A) 80 cal/gm
B) 540 cal/gm
C) 0°C
D) 100° C
A) 80 cal/gm

Question 97.
S.I unit of latent heat of fusion is
A) cal/ gm
B) J/Kg
C) J/Kg – K
D) cal/Kg – K
B) J/Kg

Question 98.
C.G.S unit of latent heat of fusion is
A) cal/gm
B) J/kg
C) J/kg – K
D) cal/g – ° C
A) cal/gm

Question 99.
How much heat energy is required to convert 1 gm of ice to liquid
A) 540 cal
B) 80 cal
C) 100 cal
D) 373 cal
B) 80 cal

Question 100.
The latent heat of fusion of a solid ‘ substance of mass “m” is L. The required amount of heat to change solid phase to liquid phase is ……………… cal.
A) Q = mL
B) Q = mSΔt
C) 80
D) 540
A) Q = mL

Question 101.
The amount of heat needed to change from ice to water at 0° C is 80 cal. Find the mass of the substance taken.
A) 100 g
B) 1 g
C) 80 g
D) 20 g
B) 1 g

Question 102.
What will be the amount of heat required to convert 50g of water at 100°C to steam at 100° C ?
A) 5400 cal
B) 2,700 cal
C) 400 cal
D) 4000 cal
B) 2,700 cal Question 103.
What amount of ice can be melted by 4000 cal of heat ?
A) 20 g
B) 30 g
C)40g
D)50g
D)50g

Question 104.
Calculate the amount of heat required to convert 5 gm of ice at 0° C to water at 100° C.
A) 900 cal
B) 400 cal
C) 500 cal
D) 100 cal
A) 900 cal

Question 105.
Calculate the amount of heat required to convert 50 gm of water at 30° C to water at 100° C.
A) 3, 500 cal
B) 1725 cal
C) 2, 700 cal
D) 4000 cal
A) 3, 500 cal

Question 106.
Calculate the amount of heat required to convert 100 g of ice at – 5° C to 0° C.
A) 350 cal
B) 250 cal
C) 400 cal
D) 2,700 cal
B) 250 cal

Question 107.
The process in which the substance in liquid phase changes to solid phase is called ………………….
A) melting
B) boiling
C) freezing
D) condensation
C) freezing

Question 108.
Freezing of water takes place at ………………
A) 100° C, 1 atm
B) 0° C, 1 atm
C) 80° C, 1 atm
D) 373 K, 1 atm
B) 0° C, 1 atm

Question 109.
Statement I : The internal energy of water decreases during freezing.
Statement II : The heat energy given to the ice is totally utilized in breaking the bonds between the water molecules during melting.
A) both statements are correct
B) both statements are incorrect
C) I is correct but II is incorrect
D) I is incorrect but II is correct
A) both statements are correct Question 110.
When water freezes to form ice, its volume will
A) decrease
B) increase
C) remains same
D) can’t day
B) increase

Question 111.
Ice floats on water because
A) density of ice is more then water
B) density of ice is less than water
C) densities of ice and water are equal
D) none
B) density of ice is less than water

The graph shows the values of temperature, when 1 g of ice is heated till it becomes water vapour. Observe the graph and answer the following questions. (112 – 125) Question 112.
At what temperature ice converts into water ?
A) 0°C
B) -20° C
C) 100°C
D) 50°C
A) 0°C

Question 113.
At what temperature water converts into water vapour
A) 0° C
B) -20° C
C) 100° C
D) 50° C
C) 100° C

Question 114.
What is the range of temperature of liquid water ?
A) -20° C to 0° C
B) 0° C to 100° C
C) -20° C to 100° C
D) 100°C to >100° C
B) 0° C to 100° C

Question 115.
What is the range of temperature of solid ice ?
A) -20° C to 0° C
B) 0°Ctol00°C
C) -20° C to 100° C
D) any range
A) -20° C to 0° C

Question 116.
Which part of the graph represents change of state from ice to water ?
A) $$\overline{\mathrm{BC}}$$
B) $$\overline{\mathrm{AB}}$$
C) $$\overline{\mathrm{CD}}$$
D) $$\overline{\mathrm{DE}}$$
A) $$\overline{\mathrm{BC}}$$

Question 117.
Which part of the graph represents change of state from water to water vapour ?
A) $$\overline{\mathrm{BC}}$$
B) $$\overline{\mathrm{AB}}$$
C) $$\overline{\mathrm{CD}}$$
D) $$\overline{\mathrm{DE}}$$
D) $$\overline{\mathrm{DE}}$$ Question 118.
Which part of the graph represents only temperature change but not phase change?
A) $$\overline{\mathrm{AB}}$$
B) $$\overline{\mathrm{CD}}$$
C) $$\overline{\mathrm{EF}}$$
D) All
D) All

Question 119.
Which part of the graph represents only phase change but not temperature change ?
A) $$\overline{\mathrm{BC}}$$
B) $$\overline{\mathrm{DE}}$$
C) $$\overline{\mathrm{EF}}$$
D) both A and B
D) both A and B

Question 120.
The temperature of ice at B
A) -20° C
B) 0° C
C) 100° C
D) 110° C
B) 0° C

Question 121.
The temperature of water vapour at E
A) 0° C
B) -20° C 1
C) 100°C
D) more than 100° C
C) 100°C

Question 122.
The physical state and temperature of an ice at D
A) liquid, 0° C
B) liquid, 100° C
C) ice,0°C
D) gas, 100° C
B) liquid, 100° C

Question 123.
What is the state of ice at E ?
A) solid
B) liquid
C) vapour
D) sublimation
C) vapour

Question 124.
What is the value of Q at B ?
A) 10 cal
B) 90 cal
C) 190 cal
D) 730 cal
A) 10 cal Question 125.
The amount of heat energy absorbed by ice at E
A) 10 cal
B) 90 cal
C) 190 cal
D) 730 cal
D) 730 cal

Question 126.
Statement A: Heat is absorbed by a substance during melting and boiling
Statement A : Heat is released from a substance duringfreezing and liquification
A) A is true, B is false
B) A is false, B is true
C) Both are true
D) Both are false
C) Both are true

Question 127.
During phase change of a substance ……………………
A) temperature remains constant
B) temperature increases
C) temperature decreases
D) temperature may increase or decrease
A) temperature remains constant

Question 128.
X g of water is heated from y° C to z° C. The quantity of heat required in calories …………………….
A) x. ($$\frac{y}{z}$$)
B) x ($$\frac{z}{y}$$)
C) x(z – y)
D) x (z + y)
C) x(z – y)

Question 129.
The liquid which expands during its change of state into solid state is ………………….
A) water
B) alcohol
C) mercury
D) liquid wax
A) water

Question 130.
At this temperature water changes into gaseous state, (in Kelvin)
A) 100
B) 373
C) 273
D) 173
B) 373

Question 131.
The boiling point of water might be less at this place.
B) Ooty
C) Mumbai
D) Chennai 