Past Papers Physics MCQs for 9th Class

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Physics MCQs for Class 9

Physics is a very exciting and engaging subject. Learning the concepts of Physics is very crucial for every student who wants to do anything in the engineering profession. In this post, we have answered Physics MCQs for class 9. This post comprises all the FBISE Physics Past Papers MCQs of 9th Class with answers.

Practice and Preparation of MCQs

All the Old Papers MCQs of Physics for 9th Class are given below. To prepare these MCQs for exams we have also provided Practice MCQs Tests for you. Just visit our website MCQs Tests page and do the practice of all these MCQs Tests repeatedly until you start getting full marks. Chapter-wise MCQs Tests are also open for you so that you can get full marks in the MCQs part.

Class 9 Physics Reduced Syllabus 2021

Note:

  • All mini exercises, quick quiz and side information are excluded.
  • Only topic based related MCQs, Short and Long Questions and numerical are included.

Unit 1 Physical Quantities and Measurements

1.2: Physical quantities
1.3: International system of units
1.4: Prefixes
1.5: Scientific Notation
1.6: Measuring Instruments (Vernier calipers, Screw gauge, Stop Watch only)
(Tables: 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 included)

Unit 2 Kinematics

All theory topics 2.1- 2.7 and examples 2.1-2.7, 2.10 are included.

Unit 3 Dynamics

3.1: Force, Inertia and Momentum
3.2: Newton’s Laws of Motion (1st 2nd 3rd, mass and weight, Force and Momentum, Law of Conservation of momentum only)
3.3: Friction (Rolling Friction, Advantages/disadvantages of Friction, methods to reduce friction only) 3.4: Uniform circular motion (Centripetal force and centrifugal force only)

Unit 4 Turning Effects of Forces

All Theory Topics 4.1- 4.8 are included.

Unit 5 Gravitation

5.1: The force of gravitation
5.2: Mass of Earth
5.3: Variation of g with Altitude

Unit 6 Work and Energy

Theory Topics (6.1-6.4), 6.8- efficiency, 6.9- power

Unit 7 Properties of Matter

Theory Topics:
7.2: Density
7.3: Pressure
7.5: Pressure in Liquid {Pascal’s Law, Application of Pascal’s Law (Hydraulic Press Only)}
7.6: Archimede’s Principle
7.7: Principle of Floatation
7.8: Elasticity
7.9: Hook’s Law

Unit 8 Thermal Properties

8.3: Specific heat capacity, importance of large specific Heat capacity of water, heat capacity
8.8: Thermal expansion (linear and volume expansion) consequences and applications of thermal expansion only)
(Table: 8.1, 8.3, 8.4 included)


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