Class 9 Physics MCQs Tests

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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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An interval of 200us is equivalent to:

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Which one of the following is the smallest quantity?

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

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

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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:

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The number of base units in SI are:

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Significant figures in an expression are:

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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:

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

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

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1 mm per day is equal to:

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1 L = _______.

4 / 16

108 𝑘𝑚ℎ−1 = ________ 𝑚𝑠−1

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

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1 nm = ____

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300000000 ms-1 in standard form is written as:

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10−12 stands for:

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4800000W = _________MW

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The Least Count of a measuring cylinder is:

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A digital stopwatch measures a time interval upto a minimum:

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32 × 105 in standard form is equal to:

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275.00 have _____ significant digits

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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 motion of objects, its causes and effects.

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Deci = ________

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Least count of Digital Vernier Callipers is ________.

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The unit of volume is _______.

5 / 18

____________ are used to produce pollution-free electricity.

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In a Physical Balance, unknown mass is placed 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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The unit of pressure is ______.

9 / 18

1 mL = ______ cm3

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

11 / 18

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

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The unit of force is _______.

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Mega = ______

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Mass of 1 litre of water is _________.

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1 L = ______ cm3

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The least count of a metre rule is ______.

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

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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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Full Chapter Challenge Test

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 1
Full Chapter Challenge Test

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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.

2 / 44

1 L = ______ cm3

3 / 44

The number of base units in SI are:

4 / 44

1 mm per day is equal to:

5 / 44

1 mL = ______ cm3

6 / 44

10−12 stands for:

7 / 44

4800000W = _________MW

8 / 44

Mega = ______

9 / 44

Which one of the following is the smallest quantity?

10 / 44

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

11 / 44

An interval of 200us is equivalent to:

12 / 44

The unit of volume is _______.

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The least count of Vernier Calipers is:

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300000000 ms-1 in standard form is written as:

15 / 44

Significant figures in an expression are:

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0.0000000081 m = _____ nm

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A measuring cylinder is used to measure:

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1.45 is rounded to:

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

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The Least Count of a measuring cylinder is:

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

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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:

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The unit of pressure is ______.

24 / 44

What are the significant figures in the measurement 0.00450 kg?

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32 × 105 in standard form is equal to:

26 / 44

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

27 / 44

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

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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?

29 / 44

1 L = _______.

30 / 44

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

31 / 44

____________ are used to produce pollution-free electricity.

32 / 44

The unit of force is _______.

33 / 44

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

34 / 44

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

35 / 44

1 nm = ____

36 / 44

A digital stopwatch measures a time interval upto a minimum:

37 / 44

Mass of 1 litre of water is _________.

38 / 44

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

39 / 44

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

40 / 44

The least count of a metre rule is ______.

41 / 44

108 𝑘𝑚ℎ−1 = ________ 𝑚𝑠−1

42 / 44

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

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Least count of Digital Vernier Callipers is ________.

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Deci = ________


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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Change in position is called:

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108 𝑘𝑚ℎ−1 = ________ 𝑚𝑠−1

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Which of the following is an example of Random motion?

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

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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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Which one of the following is a vector quantity?

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

11 / 16

A LIDAR gun is light detection and ranging _______ gun.

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Which one of the following is a scalar quantity?

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Which is not a vector quantity?

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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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Which of the following is NOT a vector quaintly?

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

2 / 9

Which of the following is the unit of momentum?

3 / 9

The mass of a body:

4 / 9

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

5 / 9

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

6 / 9

Inertia depends upon:

7 / 9

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

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

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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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Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 3
Practice MCQs Test No 2

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

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Inertia depends upon:

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

4 / 19

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

5 / 19

Which one of the following is the unit of momentum?  

6 / 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?

7 / 19

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

8 / 19

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

9 / 19

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

10 / 19

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

11 / 19

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

12 / 19

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

13 / 19

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

14 / 19

N = _______.

15 / 19

SI unit of momentum is:

16 / 19

The unit of momentum is:

17 / 19

What is SI unit of coefficient of friction?

18 / 19

 
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F = _______.      

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The average score is 42%

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Practice MCQs Test No 3

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 3
Practice MCQs Test No 3

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

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

3 / 15

Laws of motion was presented by:

4 / 15

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

5 / 15

SI unit of force is:

6 / 15

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

7 / 15

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

8 / 15

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

9 / 15

Law of inertia is actually the _______ law of motion.

10 / 15

_________ of a body is the direct measure of inertia.

11 / 15

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

12 / 15

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

13 / 15

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

14 / 15

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

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

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Practice MCQs Test No 4

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 3
Practice MCQs Test No 4

1 / 15

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

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Weight of the body is measured by:

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______ of a body does not remain same everywhere.

4 / 15

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

5 / 15

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

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Unit of weight is _______.

7 / 15

Quantity of matter in a body is called:

8 / 15

________ of a body remains same everywhere.

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

12 / 15

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

13 / 15

Weight is a _______ quantity.

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

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Mass of the body is measured by:

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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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Product of mass and velocity is known as:

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Rolling friction is ______ than sliding friction.

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Quantity of motion in a body is known as:

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Rate of change of momentum is equal to:

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

6 / 10

SI unit of momentum is:

7 / 10

Motion of the rocket is an example of:

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Kgms-1 = _______

9 / 10

Momentum of a moving body depends upon:

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

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Full Chapter Challenge Test

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 3
Full Chapter Challenge Test

1 / 68

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

2 / 68

Weight of the body is measured by:

3 / 68

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

4 / 68

Mass of the body is measured by:

5 / 68

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

6 / 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?

7 / 68

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

8 / 68

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

9 / 68

Laws of motion was presented by:

10 / 68

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

11 / 68

Rate of change of momentum is equal to:

12 / 68

What is SI unit of coefficient of friction?

13 / 68

Quantity of matter in a body is called:

14 / 68

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

15 / 68

______ of a body does not remain same everywhere.

16 / 68

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

17 / 68

Which one of the following is the unit of momentum?  

18 / 68

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

19 / 68

Kgms-1 = _______

20 / 68

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

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

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Question Image

23 / 68

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

24 / 68

Rolling friction is ______ than sliding friction.

25 / 68

N = _______.

26 / 68

Inertia depends upon:

27 / 68

Product of mass and velocity is known as:

28 / 68

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

29 / 68

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

30 / 68

Quantity of motion in a body is known as:

31 / 68

Unit of weight is _______.

32 / 68

F = _______.      

33 / 68

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

34 / 68

Mass is a ______ quantity.

35 / 68

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

36 / 68

The unit of momentum is:

37 / 68

The mass of a body:

38 / 68

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

39 / 68

Inertia depends upon:

40 / 68

SI unit of force is:

41 / 68

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

42 / 68

Weight is a _______ quantity.

43 / 68

Momentum of a moving body depends upon:

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

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

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_________ of a body is the direct measure of inertia.

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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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SI unit of momentum is:

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

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

51 / 68

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

52 / 68

Law of inertia is actually the _______ law of motion.

53 / 68

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

54 / 68

________ of a body remains same everywhere.

55 / 68

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

56 / 68

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

57 / 68

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

58 / 68

Which of the following is the unit of momentum?

59 / 68

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

60 / 68

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

61 / 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:

62 / 68

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

63 / 68

SI unit of momentum is:

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

65 / 68

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

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

67 / 68

Motion of the rocket is an example of:

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

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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

A pencil just balanced at its tip is in ________.

2 / 10

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

3 / 10

SI unit of torque is:

4 / 10

A body is said to be in equilibrium if:

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Torque depends on:

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

7 / 10

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

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

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Head to tail rule is a:

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A body is in equilibrium when its:

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Practice MCQs Test No 2

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 4
Practice MCQs Test No 2

Find Fy

Force along x-axis means θ=0°

1 / 10

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

Use formula   Fx = F Cos θ

2 / 10

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

3 / 10

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

4 / 10

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

5 / 10

A racing car is made stable by:

6 / 10

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

7 / 10

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

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The number of perpendicular components of a force are:

Use formula   Fy = F Sin θ

9 / 10

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

10 / 10

The centre of gravity of triangular-shaped body is:

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Full Chapter Challenge Test

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Class 9 Physics
Unit 4
Full Chapter Challenge Test

1 / 20

A body is in equilibrium when its:

Use formula   Fy = F Sin θ

2 / 20

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

3 / 20

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

4 / 20

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

5 / 20

A body is said to be in equilibrium if:

6 / 20

A racing car is made stable by:

7 / 20

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

Find Fy

Force along x-axis means θ=0°

8 / 20

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

9 / 20

A pencil just balanced at its tip is in ________.

10 / 20

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

11 / 20

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

12 / 20

Torque depends on:

13 / 20

SI unit of torque is:

14 / 20

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

15 / 20

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

16 / 20

Head to tail rule is a:

17 / 20

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

18 / 20

The number of perpendicular components of a force are:

Use formula   Fx = F Cos θ

19 / 20

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

20 / 20

The centre of gravity of triangular-shaped body is:

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