Class 9 Physics MCQs Practice and Quiz Tests


Class 9 Physics MCQs Tests

This page contains all the online tests for Class 9 Physics MCQs. Students should do the practice of all these tests for getting good marks in FBISE board exams. We have also included past papers MCQs related to all the chapters in Class 9 Physics MCQs Tests available on this page.


Unit 1

Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 1
Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Amount of a substance in terms of numbers is measured in:

2 / 10

Which instrument is most suitable to measure the internal diameter of a test tube?

3 / 10

A student noted the thickness of a glass sheet using a screw gauge. On the main scale, it reads 3 divisions while 8th division on the circular scale coincides with index line. Its thickness is:

4 / 10

The number of base units in SI are:

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Which one of the following is the smallest quantity?

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Which one of the following unit is not a derived unit?

7 / 10

An interval of 200us is equivalent to:

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Significant figures in an expression are:

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A student claimed the diameter of a wire as 1.032 cm using Vernier Callipers. Up to what extent do you agree with it?

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A measuring cylinder is used to measure:

Your score is

The average score is 66%

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Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 1
Practice MCQs Test No 2

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1 nm = ____

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A digital stopwatch measures a time interval upto a minimum:

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10−12 stands for:

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300000000 ms-1 in standard form is written as:

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275.00 have _____ significant digits

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The Least Count of a measuring cylinder is:

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1 mm per day is equal to:

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32 × 105 in standard form is equal to:

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108 𝑘𝑚ℎ−1 = ________ 𝑚𝑠−1

10 / 16

What are the significant figures in the measurement 0.00450 kg?

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1.45 is rounded to:

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The least count of Vernier Calipers is:

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The least count of screw gauge having pitch 0.5 mm and 50 divisions on its circular scale
is:

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4800000W = _________MW

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1 L = _______.

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Which one of the following numbers is in the standard form?

Your score is

The average score is 46%

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Practice MCQs Test No 3

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 1
Practice MCQs Test No 3

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It is the study of the internal
structure of the Earth.

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Least count of Digital Vernier Callipers is ________.

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The eleventh General Conference on Weight and Measures held in Paris in ___________.

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Zero error will be _________ if zero line of vernier scale is on the right side of the zero of the main scale.

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____________ are used to produce pollution-free electricity.

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Mega = ______

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1 mL = ______ cm3

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The unit of force is _______.

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The least count of a metre rule is ______.

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The unit of pressure is ______.

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Zero error will be _________ if zero line of vernier scale is on the left side of the zero of the main scale.

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Hubble Space Telescope orbits around the Earth. It provides information about:

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The unit of volume is _______.

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1 L = ______ cm3

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Deci = ________

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Mass of 1 litre of water is _________.

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In a Physical Balance, unknown mass is placed in __________.

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It is the study of motion of objects, its causes and effects.

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Full Chapter Challenge Test

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 1
Full Chapter Challenge Test

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The least count of a metre rule is ______.

2 / 44

Deci = ________

3 / 44

Zero error will be _________ if zero line of vernier scale is on the left side of the zero of the main scale.

4 / 44

The unit of volume is _______.

5 / 44

1 L = ______ cm3

6 / 44

Which one of the following is the smallest quantity?

7 / 44

The number of base units in SI are:

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0.0000000081 m = _____ nm

9 / 44

Zero error will be _________ if zero line of vernier scale is on the right side of the zero of the main scale.

10 / 44

The Least Count of a measuring cylinder is:

11 / 44

The eleventh General Conference on Weight and Measures held in Paris in ___________.

12 / 44

The least count of screw gauge having pitch 0.5 mm and 50 divisions on its circular scale
is:

13 / 44

1 nm = ____

14 / 44

Mega = ______

15 / 44

Which one of the following unit is not a derived unit?

16 / 44

An interval of 200us is equivalent to:

17 / 44

A digital stopwatch measures a time interval upto a minimum:

18 / 44

It is the study of motion of objects, its causes and effects.

19 / 44

1 mm per day is equal to:

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____________ are used to produce pollution-free electricity.

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The unit of pressure is ______.

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A student claimed the diameter of a wire as 1.032 cm using Vernier Callipers. Up to what extent do you agree with it?

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Which one of the following numbers is in the standard form?

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Mass of 1 litre of water is _________.

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1 L = _______.

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It is the study of the internal
structure of the Earth.

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4800000W = _________MW

28 / 44

What are the significant figures in the measurement 0.00450 kg?

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10−12 stands for:

30 / 44

32 × 105 in standard form is equal to:

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Significant figures in an expression are:

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Least count of Digital Vernier Callipers is ________.

33 / 44

108 𝑘𝑚ℎ−1 = ________ 𝑚𝑠−1

34 / 44

300000000 ms-1 in standard form is written as:

35 / 44

Which instrument is most suitable to measure the internal diameter of a test tube?

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A student noted the thickness of a glass sheet using a screw gauge. On the main scale, it reads 3 divisions while 8th division on the circular scale coincides with index line. Its thickness is:

37 / 44

The least count of Vernier Calipers is:

38 / 44

1.45 is rounded to:

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In a Physical Balance, unknown mass is placed in __________.

40 / 44

Amount of a substance in terms of numbers is measured in:

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1 mL = ______ cm3

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Hubble Space Telescope orbits around the Earth. It provides information about:

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The unit of force is _______.

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A measuring cylinder is used to measure:


Unit 2

Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Class 9 Physics

Unit 2

Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Which one of the following is a scalar quantity?

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A stone is dropped from the top of tower. The stone hit the ground after 5 seconds, the height of the tower is:

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Which of the following is NOT a vector quaintly?

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A train is moving at a speed of 36 𝑘𝑚ℎ−1. Its speed expressed in 𝑚𝑠−1 is:

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A LIDAR gun is light detection and ranging _______ gun.

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Change in position is called:

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Which one of the following is a vector quantity?

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A car traveling at 10𝑚𝑠−1 accelerates uniformly at 2𝑚𝑠−2. What will be its velocity after 5𝑠?

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When an object is moving with uniformly changing speed then the slope of speed-time graph determines the magnitude of:

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108 𝑘𝑚ℎ−1 = ________ 𝑚𝑠−1

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Which is not a vector quantity?

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Which of the following is an example of Random motion?

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A stone is dropped from a height of 30 m. After 2 seconds its height from the Earth will be:

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The distance-time graph for an object moving with variable speed is a:

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A car starts from rest. It acquires speed of 25ms-1 after 20 s. The distance traveled by car during this time is:

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A ball is thrown vertically upward, its velocity at the highest point is:

Your score is

The average score is 61%

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Unit 3

Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 3
Practice MCQs Test No 1

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When horse pulls a cart, the action is on the:

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Inertia depends upon:

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Newton's first law of motion is valid only in the absence of:

4 / 9

A string is stretched by two equal and opposite forces 10 N each. The tension in the string is:

5 / 9

The mass of a body:

6 / 9

Which of the following material lowers friction when pushed between metal plates?

7 / 9

Two bodies of masses m1 and m2 attached to the ends of an inextensible string passing over a frictionless pulling such that both move vertically. The acceleration of the body is:

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Which of the following is the unit of momentum?

9 / 9

A boy jumps out of a moving bus. There is a danger for him to fall:

Your score is

The average score is 48%

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Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 3
Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Which one of the following is the unit of momentum?  

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What is SI unit of coefficient of friction?

3 / 19

The value of ‘g’ on the surface of moon is 1.6ms-2. What will be the weight of a 100kg body on the surface of the moon?

4 / 19

When a horse pulls a cart, the action is done on the:

5 / 19

Mass of body is 2000g, its weight on the surface of earth is:

6 / 19

The acceleration produced by a force of 20N in a body of mass 8 kg will be:

7 / 19

SI unit of momentum is:

8 / 19

If ‘m’ is the mass of an object then its weight on the surface of the Earth will be:

9 / 19

N = _______.

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F = _______.      

11 / 19

The unit of momentum is:

12 / 19

The time required to change 22 Ns momentum by a force of 44 N is:

13 / 19

What will be the weight of a body of 20kg mass?

14 / 19

A string is stretched by two equal and opposite forces F Newton each. The tension in the string is:     

15 / 19

The momentum of an object of mass 4 kg, moving with velocity 100 cms-1 is _____.

16 / 19

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A block of mass 4kg is supported by a string. The tension in the string is:

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If 20 N force produces an acceleration of 5ms-2 in a body then mass of the body will be:         

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Inertia depends upon:

Your score is

The average score is 65%

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Practice MCQs Test No 3

2

Class 9 Physics
Unit 3
Practice MCQs Test No 3

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If force applied on the body is doubled while keeping the mass constant then acceleration will be:

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Isaac Newton described the laws of motion in his famous book:

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Action and reaction are equal in magnitude but opposite in direction is called _______ law of motion.

4 / 15

First taw of motion is also know as law of _______.

5 / 15

The characteristic of a body due to which it tends to retain its state of rest or of uniform motion is known as:

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_________ of a body is the direct measure of inertia.

7 / 15

When force of 8 newton is applied on a body of mass 2kg then the acceleration produced will be:

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If mass of the body is doubled while keeping the force constant, then acceleration will be:

9 / 15

The laws of motion established the relationship between motion and ________.

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The acceleration produced in a moving body is always in the direction of applied ________.

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_______ is the agency which changes or tends to change the state of rest or of uniform motion of a body.

12 / 15

When a force is applied on the body, _______ is produced in the body.

13 / 15

Laws of motion was presented by:

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Law of inertia is actually the _______ law of motion.

15 / 15

SI unit of force is:

Your score is

The average score is 60%

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Practice MCQs Test No 4

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 3
Practice MCQs Test No 4

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Quantity of matter in a body is called:

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______ of a body does not remain same everywhere.

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Mass of the body is measured by:

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Walking on road is an example of _______ law of motion.

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The Force with which earth attracts a body towards its center is known as:

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Mass is a ______ quantity.

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Weight is a _______ quantity.

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When a block is lying on a smooth surface, its weight is balanced by:

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________ of a body remains same everywhere.

10 / 15

Weight of the body is measured by:

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Unit of weight is _______.

12 / 15

The characteristic of a body which determines the magnitude of acceleration produced when a certain force acts upon it:

13 / 15

The value of weight of a body of constant mass depends on:

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The weight of a body of mass 10 Kg on earth will be:

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The _______ of a body always acts towards the center of the earth.

Your score is

The average score is 33%

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Practice MCQs Test No 5

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 3
Practice MCQs Test No 5

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Momentum of a moving body depends upon:

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The maximum value of friction is known as the force of  ______ friction.

3 / 10

Quantity of motion in a body is known as:

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Motion of the rocket is an example of:

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The force that opposes the motion of moving objects is known as:

6 / 10

Kgms-1 = _______

7 / 10

Product of mass and velocity is known as:

8 / 10

SI unit of momentum is:

9 / 10

Rolling friction is ______ than sliding friction.

10 / 10

Rate of change of momentum is equal to:

Your score is

The average score is 60%

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Full Chapter Challenge Test

2

Class 9 Physics
Unit 3
Full Chapter Challenge Test

1 / 68

The mass of a body:

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If ‘m’ is the mass of an object then its weight on the surface of the Earth will be:

3 / 68

Weight of the body is measured by:

4 / 68

The characteristic of a body due to which it tends to retain its state of rest or of uniform motion is known as:

5 / 68

If force applied on the body is doubled while keeping the mass constant then acceleration will be:

6 / 68

Mass is a ______ quantity.

7 / 68

The characteristic of a body which determines the magnitude of acceleration produced when a certain force acts upon it:

8 / 68

The laws of motion established the relationship between motion and ________.

9 / 68

The value of ‘g’ on the surface of moon is 1.6ms-2. What will be the weight of a 100kg body on the surface of the moon?

10 / 68

A block of mass 4kg is supported by a string. The tension in the string is:

11 / 68

Inertia depends upon:

12 / 68

The acceleration produced by a force of 20N in a body of mass 8 kg will be:

13 / 68

Kgms-1 = _______

14 / 68

Unit of weight is _______.

15 / 68

Newton's first law of motion is valid only in the absence of:

16 / 68

The unit of momentum is:

17 / 68

What is SI unit of coefficient of friction?

18 / 68

When horse pulls a cart, the action is on the:

19 / 68

The force that opposes the motion of moving objects is known as:

20 / 68

The acceleration produced in a moving body is always in the direction of applied ________.

21 / 68

Walking on road is an example of _______ law of motion.

22 / 68

When a horse pulls a cart, the action is done on the:

23 / 68

SI unit of momentum is:

24 / 68

Question Image

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Action and reaction are equal in magnitude but opposite in direction is called _______ law of motion.

26 / 68

The momentum of an object of mass 4 kg, moving with velocity 100 cms-1 is _____.

27 / 68

Law of inertia is actually the _______ law of motion.

28 / 68

The Force with which earth attracts a body towards its center is known as:

29 / 68

Motion of the rocket is an example of:

30 / 68

F = _______.      

31 / 68

Quantity of matter in a body is called:

32 / 68

N = _______.

33 / 68

Product of mass and velocity is known as:

34 / 68

Rolling friction is ______ than sliding friction.

35 / 68

Weight is a _______ quantity.

36 / 68

Which of the following material lowers friction when pushed between metal plates?

37 / 68

If 20 N force produces an acceleration of 5ms-2 in a body then mass of the body will be:         

38 / 68

______ of a body does not remain same everywhere.

39 / 68

Two bodies of masses m1 and m2 attached to the ends of an inextensible string passing over a frictionless pulling such that both move vertically. The acceleration of the body is:

40 / 68

Laws of motion was presented by:

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Inertia depends upon:

42 / 68

The weight of a body of mass 10 Kg on earth will be:

43 / 68

SI unit of momentum is:

44 / 68

When a force is applied on the body, _______ is produced in the body.

45 / 68

What will be the weight of a body of 20kg mass?

46 / 68

The _______ of a body always acts towards the center of the earth.

47 / 68

Isaac Newton described the laws of motion in his famous book:

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When force of 8 newton is applied on a body of mass 2kg then the acceleration produced will be:

49 / 68

_______ is the agency which changes or tends to change the state of rest or of uniform motion of a body.

50 / 68

When a block is lying on a smooth surface, its weight is balanced by:

51 / 68

________ of a body remains same everywhere.

52 / 68

A boy jumps out of a moving bus. There is a danger for him to fall:

53 / 68

First taw of motion is also know as law of _______.

54 / 68

A string is stretched by two equal and opposite forces F Newton each. The tension in the string is:     

55 / 68

Quantity of motion in a body is known as:

56 / 68

A string is stretched by two equal and opposite forces 10 N each. The tension in the string is:

57 / 68

The time required to change 22 Ns momentum by a force of 44 N is:

58 / 68

If mass of the body is doubled while keeping the force constant, then acceleration will be:

59 / 68

SI unit of force is:

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_________ of a body is the direct measure of inertia.

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Momentum of a moving body depends upon:

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Rate of change of momentum is equal to:

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Mass of body is 2000g, its weight on the surface of earth is:

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Which one of the following is the unit of momentum?  

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The maximum value of friction is known as the force of  ______ friction.

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Which of the following is the unit of momentum?

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The value of weight of a body of constant mass depends on:

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Mass of the body is measured by:

Your score is

The average score is 78%

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Unit 4

Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 4
Practice MCQs Test No 1

1 / 10

Forces that are parallel to each other and have the same direction are called:

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Centre of gravity of a uniform triangular sheet lies at the point of intersection of its:

3 / 10

A body is in equilibrium when its:

4 / 10

The number of forces that can be added by head to tail rule is:

5 / 10

A pencil just balanced at its tip is in ________.

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Torque depends on:

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A point where the whole weight of the body appears to act vertically downward is called:

8 / 10

SI unit of torque is:

9 / 10

Head to tail rule is a:

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A body is said to be in equilibrium if:

Your score is


Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 4
Practice MCQs Test No 2

1 / 10

The number of perpendicular components of a force are:

2 / 10

When a body is in stable equilibrium, its center of gravity:

3 / 10

A racing car is made stable by:

4 / 10

The centre of gravity of triangular-shaped body is:

Use formula   Fy = F Sin θ

5 / 10

If F=200N and θ=30°  with horizontal then what will be the value of Fy?

6 / 10

Two equal but unlike parallel forces having different line of action produce:

7 / 10

When a body is in neutral equilibrium, its center of gravity:

Use formula   Fx = F Cos θ

8 / 10

If F=200N and θ=30°  with horizontal then what will be the value of Fx?

Find Fy

Force along x-axis means θ=0°

9 / 10

A force of 10 N is acting along x-axis. Its vertical component will be:

10 / 10

When a body is in unstable equilibrium, its center of gravity:

Your score is


Full Chapter Challenge Test

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 4
Full Chapter Challenge Test

1 / 20

When a body is in stable equilibrium, its center of gravity:

Find Fy

Force along x-axis means θ=0°

2 / 20

A force of 10 N is acting along x-axis. Its vertical component will be:

3 / 20

A body is in equilibrium when its:

4 / 20

When a body is in unstable equilibrium, its center of gravity:

Use formula   Fx = F Cos θ

5 / 20

If F=200N and θ=30°  with horizontal then what will be the value of Fx?

6 / 20

A pencil just balanced at its tip is in ________.

7 / 20

SI unit of torque is:

8 / 20

The number of perpendicular components of a force are:

9 / 20

The number of forces that can be added by head to tail rule is:

10 / 20

The centre of gravity of triangular-shaped body is:

11 / 20

Forces that are parallel to each other and have the same direction are called:

Use formula   Fy = F Sin θ

12 / 20

If F=200N and θ=30°  with horizontal then what will be the value of Fy?

13 / 20

A body is said to be in equilibrium if:

14 / 20

Torque depends on:

15 / 20

Centre of gravity of a uniform triangular sheet lies at the point of intersection of its:

16 / 20

A racing car is made stable by:

17 / 20

Two equal but unlike parallel forces having different line of action produce:

18 / 20

When a body is in neutral equilibrium, its center of gravity:

19 / 20

A point where the whole weight of the body appears to act vertically downward is called:

20 / 20

Head to tail rule is a:

Your score is

Unit 5

Practice MCQs Test No 1

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 5
Practice MCQs Test No 1

1 / 10

Distance of moon from Earth is?

2 / 10

Speed of GPS satellite is:

3 / 10

Value of g increases with the:

4 / 10

_________ predicted about artificial satellites about 300 years ago.

5 / 10

Earth's gravitational force of attraction vanishes at:

6 / 10

The orbital speed of a low orbit satellite is:

7 / 10

The altitude of geostationary orbits in which communications satellites are launched above the surface of Earth is:

8 / 10

The value of g at a height one Earth's radius above the surface of Earth is:

9 / 10

Unit of gravitational field strength is:

10 / 10

The value of g on moon's surface is 1.6 ms¯². What will be the weight of a 100 kg body on the surface of the moon?

Your score is


Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 5
Practice MCQs Test No 2

1 / 10

What will be the value of G if mass of the earth becomes four times:

2 / 10

When an object is at a height equal to radius of earth above the surface of the earth. What is the value of gh

3 / 10

Radius of earth is:

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As we go up the value of G becomes:

5 / 10

If the distance between two masses is half then the force of gravitation becomes:

6 / 10

The force which pulls the object towards the center of circle is known as force:

7 / 10

What is not true about g?

8 / 10

In System International, the value of G is:

9 / 10

The mass of Earth is approximately:

10 / 10

The SI unit of gravitational force is:

Your score is


Practice MCQs Test No 3

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 5
Practice MCQs Test No 3

1 / 10

If a rocket is fired vertically with a speed of it will start revolving around the earth:

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If the weight of an object on the surface of earth is W. Its weight on the surface of moon will be:

3 / 10

Gravitational force on the surface of earth is equal to:

4 / 10

Height of the Geostationary satellite above the surface of earth is:

5 / 10

An artificial satellite keeps on revolving around the earth in different orbits with uniform speed due to the?

6 / 10

If mass of both the bodies is 1 kg and distance between their centers is lin then the gravitational force will be equal to:

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Weight of the body of mass 10 kg on the surface of moon:

8 / 10

A satellite is revolving around the earth in a circular orbit. If the radius of the orbit is increased from R to 2R. What will be its velocity?

9 / 10

Relative velocity of Geostationary satellite with respect to earth is:

10 / 10

On mountains our weight will be ____________ as compared to weight on the surface of earth.

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Full Chapter Challenge Test

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 5
Full Chapter Challenge Test

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If the distance between two masses is half then the force of gravitation becomes:

2 / 30

A satellite is revolving around the earth in a circular orbit. If the radius of the orbit is increased from R to 2R. What will be its velocity?

3 / 30

Radius of earth is:

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If mass of both the bodies is 1 kg and distance between their centers is lin then the gravitational force will be equal to:

5 / 30

Speed of GPS satellite is:

6 / 30

If the weight of an object on the surface of earth is W. Its weight on the surface of moon will be:

7 / 30

Distance of moon from Earth is?