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Science IX 1 Hrs Marks - Date :


1 Calculate the gravitational forces between the earth and the moon. Mass of the earth is 6 10 24 kg,
mass of the moon is 7.4 10 22 kg. The distance between the earth and the moon is 3.8 10 8 m.
(2)
2 Calculate the gravitational force between two iron balls each of mass 1 kg separated by a distance
of 1 m. (2)
3 Why the weight of an astronaut in the spaceship is zero? Explain. (2)
4 A moving body of mass 30 kg has 60 joules of kinetic energy. Calculate its speed. (2)
5 A car is retarded by applying brakes at the rate of 2 m/s 2. It is finally stopped in 10 s. Find its initial
velocity. (2)
6 A train moving with velocity of 54 km/h is accelerated so that its velocity becomes 72 km/h in 15
seconds. Find the acceleration of the train. (2)
7 The heart does 3 J of work in each heart beat. How many times per minute does it beat if its power
is 4 watt? (2)
8 State Newtons first law of motion. (2)
9 A passenger falls backward when a bus suddenly starts moving in the forward direction. Explain,
why? (2)
10 Inflated balloon lying on the surface of a floor moves forward when pierced with a pin. (2)
11 A cracker of mass 100 g explodes into pieces of equal masses. Show that these two pieces of the
cracker fly in opposite direction. (3)
12 In a factory an electric bulb of 500 W is used for 2 hours and an electric motor of 0.5 horse power
is used for 5 hours every day. Calculate the cost of using the bulb and the motor for 30 days if the
cost of electrical energy is three rupees per unit. (3)
13 A particle moves a distance of 3 km towards east and then 4 km towards north. (4)
(i) Find the total distance traveled by the particle
(ii) Find the net displacement of the particle.
14 A person goes to his office on a scooter at 9.00 A.M. from his home with uniform speed. He
reaches his office at 9.30 A.M. After staying in the office up to 4.00 P.M., he returns back to his
home on the scooter with the same speed. He reaches his home at 4.30 P.M. Plot a distance-time
graph of his whole journey, if his office is 10 km away from his home. Also calculate the speed of
the scooter. (5)
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Minor 1
1 Identify mono-atomic, diatomic, tri-atomic and polyatomic molecules from the following 1
(a)CaCO3 (b) NaOH (c)K2Cr2O7 (d)KMnO4

2 What is the dimension of force? 1

3 What are isotopes? 1

4 What is gram molecular mass of 1


(a) H2SO4 (b) NaNO3

5 What is Avogadros number? 1

6 Define variable Valencey. 1

7 Calculate the mass of 5 moles of sulphur atoms 2

8 Calculate number of moles in 5 gms of N2? 2

9 Explain law of conservation of mass on the basis of Daltons atomic theory. 2

10 What are drawbacks of Daltons atomic theory? 2

11 What is law of multiple proportions? 2

12 Justify the formula of magnesium oxide MgO ? 2

13 How many electrons does oxygen need to achieve the electronic structure of the Neon atom? 2

14 Differentiate between compound and mixture. 3

15 Which has more atoms; 50 g magnesium or 50 moles of Mg 3

16 Calculate numbers of mole in 4


(a) 4 g of oxygen (b) 6 g of water

17 Give one word to the following 5


(a) Power house of the cell
(b) Suicidal bags
(c) Kitchen of the cell
(d) Outer most wall of the plant
(e) Connecting link between living and non living
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Minor-2
1 What is uniform motion? (1)

2 What is SI unit and dimension of momentum? (1)

3 Differentiate between distance and displacement. (1)

4 What is retardation? (1)

5 What is function of cell? (1)

6 Find the gram molecular mass of NH4OH. (1)

7 What is inertia? (1)

8 Prove second law of equation of motion. (2)

9 State 3rd law of motion with example. (2)

10 A car starts from the rests and pick up a velocity of 54 km /hr in 10 sec. Calculate the acceleration
of car? (2)

11 A cyclist covers a distance 3.0 km in 5.0 min. Calculate his speed in (a) m/s (b) Km /hr (2)

12 What force will produce an acceleration of 3.5 m/s2 in a body of mass 12.5 kg? (2)

13 Draw the labeled structure of animal cell. (2)

14 A motor bike initially moving at 18 km/hr, accelerates at the rate of 5 m/s2 for 5 sec. Calculate the
distance covered by it from start. (3)

15 A field gun of mass 3.0 t fires a shell of mass 30 kg with a velocity 150 m/s. Calculate the
velocity
of the recoil of the gun? (3)

1 What is uniform motion? (1)

2 What is SI unit and dimension of momentum? (1)

3 Differentiate between distance and displacement. (1)

4 What is retardation? (1)

5 What is function of cell? (1)

6 (1)
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7 What is inertia? (1)

1 Prove second law of equation of motion. (2)

2 State 3rd law of motion with example. (2)

3 A car starts from the rests and pick up a velocity of 54 km /hr in 10 sec. Calculate the acceleration
of car? (2)

4 A cyclist covers a distance 3.0 km in 5.0 min. Calculate his speed in (a) m/s (b) Km /hr (2)

5 What force will produce an acceleration of 3.5 m/s2 in a body of mass 12.5 kg? (2)

6 Draw the labeled structure of animal cell. (2)

7 A motor bike initially moving at 18 km/hr, accelerates at the rate of 5 m/s2 for 5 sec. Calculate the
distance covered by it from start. (3)

8 A field gun of mass 3.0 t fires a shell of mass 30 kg with a velocity 150 m/s. Calculate the
velocity
of the recoil of the gun? (3)
9 What is cell theory? (2)
10 Where is a protein synthesis inside the cell?
11 What is lowest category of classification?
12 Diffentiate between (4)
(a) Speed and velocity (b) Animal cell and Plant cell
13 Explain the function of following organelles (4)
(a) ER (b) Vocoute (c) Mitroconetia
(d) Golyic complex (e) Plasma membrane (f) Ribosomes
14 Explain Nucleues (5)
15 Diffentiate
(a) SER and RER (b) Plastids and its types (c) Distance and Displacement
(d) (e)
16 Derive second equation of motion graphysically (2)
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Minor-3
1 Name most abundant tissue in animals. (1)
2 What is the composition of blood? (1)
3 Name the chemical deposited on the walls of collenchyma? (1)
4 Find out gram molecular weight of NH4OH (1)
5 Convert the following in Celsius scale (1)
(a) 450 K (b) 300 K
6 Convert the following in Kelvin scale (1)
(a) 100C (b) -173C
7 Calculate number of molecule in 12 gm of O2 (1)
8 What is Meristematic tissue? Explain (2)
9 Draw the diagram of neuron.
(2)
10 A bullet is moving with 20 m/s hits a wooden block. The bullet stopped after it penetrates
the block 2 cm deep. Calculate the retardation of the bullet (2)
11 Give one example of (2)
(a) Germinal epithelium (b) Sensory epithelium
(c) Protective tissue in plants (d) Lumen is thin in this tissue
12 Differentiate between Plant conducting tissue (2)
13 Write the name of discoverer of the following (2)
(a) Cell (b) Cell theory (c) Electron (d) Protoplasm
14 Write the name of process 1- 6 (2)
Solid

1 6
2 5

3
Liquid Gas
4
15 Explain the classification of tissue through diagram. (3)
16 What is the characteristic, function and properties if epithelial tissue? (3)
17 Differentiate between different type of muscular tissues (3)
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Minor 4
1 What is law of conservation of energy? (2)

2 What is the function of connective tissue in human body? Explain. (2)

3 Rutherfords gold foil scattering experiment. Explain (2)

4 Differentiate between bryophyte and pteridophyte (2)

5 What is mechanical energy? (2)

6 A 2kg body is sliding up an inclined plane of inclination 30. Find the work done by the force of
gravity in moving the body through 1m. (2)

7 Calculate the speed of a body of mass 200 g having a kinetic energy of 10 J. (2)

8 A cycle together with its rider weighs 100 kg. How much work is needed to set it moving at 3 m/s?
(2)

9 Define (6)

(a) Hermaphrodite (b) Viviparous (c) KWH

10 What are the major characteristics of (any four) (8)

(a) Mollusca (b) Echinodermata (c) Pisces (d) Porifera (e) Arthopoda
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Minor-5
1 What is valence? (1)

Z
2 A X what does X, Z and A symbolize? (1)

3 What is the formula of (1)

(a) Aluminum chloride (b) Sodium sulphate

4 What is gram molecular mass of (1)

(a) carbon monoxide (b) hydrogen Sulphide

5 Identify mono atomic, diatomic, triatomic and polyatomic (1)

(a) CaCO3 (b) K 2 Cr2 O7 (c) KMnO4 (d) MgO

6 What is Avogadros numbers? (1)

7 What is law of multiple propositions


(2)

8 What are ions? Explain its types (2)

9 Calculate the mass of 4.5 moles of Na atom (2)

10 Calculate number of moles in 2.5 gms of calcium (2)

11 Explain law of constant proportion on the basis of Daltons atomic theory. (2)

12 Differentiate between isotopes and isobars (2)

13 What are the drawbacks of Daltons atomic theory ? (2)

14 How many number of molecules are present in 2.8 gms of nitrogen? (3)

15 Which is more 25 gm of Aluminum or 30 moles of Calcium? (3)

16 Explain Rutherfords gold foil experiment. (4)


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Full Course
Section-A
1. What are isotopes? (1)
2. How we can separate mustard oil form a mixture of mustard oil and water? (1)
3. What type of change do the following should (1)
(i) Wax kept in sunshine (ii) Drying of wet clothes
4. What type of energy proceeded by (1)
(i) Flowing water (ii) Water stored in reservoir
5 What is gram molecular mass of NaNO3? (1)
6 What type of furnishing should be used in halls and why? (2)
7 A body starts from rest accelerate uniformly at the rate of 5 m/s2 for l0 s. Find the distance
Traveled by the body? (2)
8 A ball of mass 100 gm moving with velocity 10 m/s is stopped by a boy in 0.2 s. Calculate
the force applied by the boy to stop it. (2)
9 A stone weight 490 N and planet whose acceleration due to gravity is half that of the earth.
Calculate (i) Mass of stone (ii) The weight of the stone on earth. (2)
10 Differentiate between colloidal and suspension (2)
11 Calculate the kinetic energy of electron mass 9 10-31 . When moves with velocity of air (2)
12 A boy shouts while standing in front of a hill at a distance of 800 m. Boy hears the echo of
his shout after 4.8 sec, find the speed of the sound. (2)
8
13 A radio station transmits of wavelength 200m. If the speed of the waves is 3 10 m/s. (3)
Find the frequency of the radio station.
Differentiate between elements and compounds (3)
14 What is law of multiple proportions? Explain it on the basis of Daltons atomic theory (3)
15 Explain gold foil experiment? (3)
16 Explain (5)
(a) Law of constant proportion on the basis of Daltons atomic theory
(b) Why talcum powder is sprinkled on carom?
(c) A passenger falls backward when bus suddenly stops.
(d) Air is mixture
17 Prove second equation of motion graphically. A body stats form rest acceleration uniformly at the
rate of 5 m/s2 for 10 s. Find the distance traveled by the body. (5)

Section-B

18 What is unit of heredity? (1)


19 Name the (a) Cavity of sponges (b) cavity of coelenterates (1)
20 Explain major connective tissue (2)
21 Differentiate between different types of plastids (2)
22 Differentiate between parenchyma and collenchymas (2)
23 Draw and explain oxygen cycle (3)
24 Draw structure of cell animal (3)
25 What is the characteristic of the following (5)
(a) Mammals (b) Pisces (c) Mollusca (d) Arthropod (e) Porifera
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Minor 2 (Year 2007-08) Test Series


1 A force produces an acceleration of 0.5 m/s2 in a body 3.0 kg. If the same force acts on a body of
mass 1.5 kg, what will be its acceleration? (2)

2 State the principle of conservation of linear momentum. (2)

3 Two bodies of masses 1 kg and 2kg respectively are placed at a separation of 1m. Find the
acceleration of the bodies assuming that only gravitational forces act. (3)

4 Communication satellites move in orbits of radius 44,400 km around the earth. Find the
acceleration of such a satellite, assuming that the only force acting on it is that due to the earth.
Mass of the earth = 6 1024 kg. (3)

5 Suppose an astronaut lands on the moon and drops an object from a height of 7.35m from the
surface. How much time will it take to reach the moons surface? (3)

6 State Newtons law of gravitation and write the mathematical equation describing it. (3)

7 A force acting on a particle of mass 200g displaces it through 40 cm in 2s. Find the magnitude of
the force if the initial velocity of the particle is zero. (3)

8 A particle of mass 0.5 kg is kept at rest. A force of 2.0 N acts on it for 5.0s. Find the distance
moved by the particle in (a) these 5.0s and (b) the next 5.0 s. (3)

9 Differentiate between longitudinal and transverse wave. (4)

10 State Newtons three laws of motion. Give one example each to explain the first and the third laws.
(4)
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Minor 3
1 Which has a higher pitch the sound of a whistle or that of a drum? (1)

2 Which has higher frequency infrasonic sound or ultrasonic sound? (1)

4 Name two surgical applications of ultrasound. (1)

3 Why is soft furnishing avoided in concert halls? (2)

5 Explain how bats to located obstacles and prey in front of them use echoes. (2)

6 Explain the structure of the human ear with the help of a diagram. (2)

7 A roller is pushed with a force of 100 N along its handle, which is at an angle of 60 with the
horizontal. Find the work done in moving it through 10 m. (2)

8 A force of 20 N displaces an object through 40 cm and does work of 1 J in the process. Find the
angle between the force and the displacement. (2)

9 What is mechanical energy? Explain (2)

10 State the principle of conservation of energy. (2)

11 A sound wave causes the density at a place in air oscillate 600 times in 30 seconds. Find the time
period and frequency of the sound wave. (2)

12 Calculate the wavelength of a sound wave whose frequency is 300 Hz and speed is 330 m/s. (2)

13 A 10 kg ball is thrown upwards with a speed of 5 m/s. (a) Find its potential energy when it
reaches the highest point. (b) Calculate the maximum height it reaches. (3)

14 Five 100W bulbs are used for 10 hours every day for 30 days. Find the cost of electricity if the rate
in Rs 4.00/units. (3)

15 A man carrying a bag of mass 25 kg climbs up to a height of 10 m in 50 seconds. Calculate the


power delivered by him to the bag. (3)
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Minor-1
1 The position of a particle going along a straight line x = 50m at 10.30 a.m. and x = 55m
at 10.35 a.m. Find the displacement between 10.30 a.m. and 10.35 a.m. (1)
2 What is protoplasm? Name the scientist who gave the term protoplasm (1)
3 What is the basis of classification? (1)
4 What is meant by nomenclature? (1)
5 Name the scientist who proposed the binomial system. (2)
6 In what respects are lichens unusual plants? (2)
7 A car covers 30 km at a uniform speed of 60 km/h and the next 30 km at a uniform
speed of 40 km/h. Find the total time taken. (2)
8 Which organelle is called the power house of the cell? Write in brief about is function
with diagram. (2)
9 What are plastids? Mention the three types of plastids and their functions. (2)
10 What is gene? What is its chemical composition and function? (2)
11 Name the following (2)
(i) Organelle associated with cellular digestion
(ii) Plastid containing coloured pigments.
(iii) Cell organelles enclosed by double membrane walls.
(iv) Two organelles containing their own DNA.
12 Differentiate between the Hypertonic and Hypotonic solution (2)
13 Give the classes of vertebrata and show difference between them. (3)
14 A particle moving with an initial velocity of 5.0 m/s is subjected to a uniform acceleration of 2.5
m/s2. Find the displacement in the next 4.0 s. (3)
15 A train accelerates from 20 km/h to 80 km/h in 4 minutes. How much distance does it cover in this
period? Assume that the tracks are straight. (3)
16 How are plant cells different from animal cells? (3)
17 Figure shows the speed-time graph of a particle.
Speed in m/s

Find the distance traveled in the time interval 0 to 40


s.
(3)
15

10 E D

5
A B C
10 20 30 40 50
Time in seconds
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Minor-4
1 How can you find whether an infant, who cannot speak, is sick? (1)

2 What is acid rain? (1)

3 Define biogeochemical cycling. (1)

4 State conditions essential for good health. (2)

5 How are acute diseases different from chronic diseases? (2)

6 Explain the statement that public hygiene is the key to the prevention of communicable diseases.
(2)

7 Fill in the blanks (2)

(i) Cycling of minerals in the environment brought about by .

(ii) The cycling flow of nutrients between non-living environment and living organisms is
called ..

(iii) Increased CO2 concentration in the atmosphere has led to ..

(iv) The conversion of nitrates present in the soil to free nitrogen is called .

8 What is meant by exhaustible and inexhaustible natural resources? Explain. (2)

9 What is greenhouse effect? (2)

10 How do forests influence our air, water and soil? (2)

11 Name the three basic scientific approaches for increasing yield of a crop. (2)

12 How does intercropping differ from mixed cropping? (2)

13 How human activities have led to water pollution? (2)

14 Draw sketches of Nitrogen cycle (2)


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Chemistry- Minor 5
1 Convert following temperature to Celsius scale (1)
(a) 300 K (b) 573 K
2 Why does the water kept in an earthen pot (matka) become cool during summer (1)
3 What is the molecules mass of HNO3 (1)
4 Name the technique to separate (1)
(a) butter from curd (b) salt from sea water (c) camphor from salt
5 Formula mass of CaCl2 (1)
6 How will you find the valency of Chlorine, Sulphur and Magnesium? (1)

7 A solution contains 40 g of NaCl(salt) in 320 gms of water. Calculate the concentration in term of
mass-by-mass percentage of the solution. (2)
8 Differentiate between physical and chemical change (2)
9 Calculate the number of moles for the following (2)
(a) 52g of He (find mass)
(b) 12044 1023 number of He atoms (find mole from number of particles)
10 What is limitation of J.J. Thompson model? (2)
11 Compare the properties of electron, proton & neutrons. (2)
12 An object travels 16 m in 4 s and then another 16 m in 2 s. What is the average speed of the
object? (2)

13 A car accelerate uniformly form 18 km/h to 36 km/hr in 5 s. calculate (i) the acceleration
(ii) distance covered by the car in that time. (2)
rd
14 Solve 3 equation of motion graphically. (2)
15 A constant force acts on an object of mass 5 kg for duration of 2s. It in cross the objects velocity
from 3 m/s to 7 m/s. Find the magnitude of the applied force. Now, if the force was applied for
duration of 5 s. What would be the final velocity of the object? (2)
16 A bullet of mass 20 g is horizontally fired with a velocity 150 m/s from a pistol of mass 2 kg. What
is the recoil velocity of the pistol? (2)
17 An object is thrown vertically upwards and rises to a height of 16 m. Calculate (2)
(i) The velocity with which objects is thrown upward
(ii) The time taken by the object to reach the highest point.
18 An object weighs 10 N when measured on the surface of the earth. What would be its weight when
measured on the surface of the moon? (2)

19 What is Archimedes principle? (2)


20 A poster lifts a baggage of 15kg from the ground and puts it on his head 1.5 m above the ground.
Calculate the work done by him on the baggage. (2)
21 An electric bull of 60 W is used for 6h per day. Calculate the units of energy consumed in
1 day. (2)
22 A sound wave has a frequency of 2kHz and wavelength 34 cm. How long will it take to travel 1.5
km? (2)
23 Why sound wave called a longitudinal wave? (2)
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Science IX 1 Hrs Marks - Date :

Bio Minor
1 Where is protein synthesized inside the cell? (1)

2 What is lowest category of classification? (1)

3 What is cell? (1)

4 Who proposed five Kingdom classifications? (1)

5 Explain two disease spread by sexual contact. (1)

6 What is green manuring? (1)

7 What factors are responsible for losses of grains during storage? (2)

8 Why sis plasma membrane called semi-permeable membrane? (2)

9 What is a prokaryotic cell? Diffentiate it from eukaryotic cell (2)

10 What are the difference between the plasma membrane and cell wall? (2)

11 Mention five important characteristic of Meristematic tissue (2)

12 Why are mammals named so? (2)

13 How are diseases diagnosed by physicians? (2)

14 What are different mean of spread of diseases? (2)

15 Mention harmful effect of UV. (2)

16 Mention characteristic features of parenchyma, collenchymas and sclerenchyma. (3)

17 Draw and explain carbon cycle? (3)


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Year 2007 08
Surprise
1 Give an example of Newtons IIIrd law of motion. (1)

2 A body of mass 1 kg is moving with a speed of 20 m/s. Calculate the momentum of the body. (1)

3 State Newtons IInd Law of motion, with an example. (2)

4 Why do we fall backward when a car at rest starts moving suddenly? (2)

5 Differentiate between (2)


(i) Inertia of Rest (ii) Inertia of motion

6 What is Newtons Law of Gravitation? (2)

7 The gravitational force between two objects is 2 N. What will be the gravitational force between
these object if the distance them becomes double? (2)

8 A body of mass 1 kg is placed at a distance of 2m from another body of mass 10 kg. At what
distance from the body of 1 kg another body of 5 kg must be placed so that the net gravitational
force action on the body of mass 1 kg is zero? (3)

Minor-1
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Science IX 1 Hrs Marks - Date :
1 How can we liquefy gas? (1)

2 What is matter? (1)

3 Why earthen pot provides cold water in summer? (2)

4 What is latent heat? (2)

5 Why wooden tables should be called a solid? (2)

6 What are the characteristics of particles of matter? (2)

7 What is physical state of water at (3)

(a) - 5C (b) 25C (c) 142C

8 Convert the following in Kelvin scale (3)

(a) 243C (b) 27C (c) 139C

9 Convert the following in Celsius scale (3)

(a) 273 K (b) 379 K

10 Explain how inter-conversion of states takes place. (3)

11 How can we liquefy atmospheric gases? (3)

12 Differentiate between states of matter. (5)

Minor-2
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Science IX 1 Hrs Marks - Date :
1 What is lowest category of classification? (1)

2 Where is a protein synthesis inside the cell? (1)

3 A car starts from the rests and pick up a velocity of 54 km /hr in 10 sec. Calculate the acceleration
of car? (2)

4 A cyclist covers a distance 3.0 km in 5.0 min. Calculate his speed in (a) m/s (b) Km /hr (2)

5 A motor bike initially moving at 18 km/hr, accelerates at the rate of 5 m/s2 for 5 sec. Calculate the
distance covered by it from start. (2)

6 What is cell theory? (2)

7 Derive second equation of motion graphically (2)

8 Explain Nucleus in detail (2)

9 A train accelerates uniformly from 36km/h to 54 km/hr in 10 sec Find (i) its acceleration and
(ii) the distance traveled by the car during this interval of interval. (3)

10 Differentiate (3)
(a) SER and RER (b) Plastids and its types (c) Distance and Displacement

11 Differentiate between (4)


(a) Speed and velocity (b) Animal cell and Plant cell

12 Explain the function of following organelles (6)


(a) ER (b) Vacuole (c) Mitrocondria
(d) Golgi complex (e) Plasma membrane (f) Ribosome

Minor-3
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Science IX 1 Hrs Marks - Date :
1 Calculate the force acting on a body of mass 10 kg moving with a uniform velocity of 15 m/s. (2)
2 Calculate the force required to give a body of mass 3 kg an acceleration of 1.5 m/s2. (2)
3 Calculate the force of gravity acting on a body of mass 1 kg taking g = 9.8 m/s2. (2)
4 Convert into Celsius Scale (a) 450 K (b) 300 K (2)

5 Convert into Kelvin scale (a) 100C (b) -173C (2)


6 Draw the diagram of Neuron (2)
7 Which would require a greater force-accelerating a 10 g mass at 5 m/s2 or a 20 g mass m/s2? (3)
8 Which organelle is called power house of the cell? Write its function and draw diagram
(3)

9 Differentiate between different types of muscular tissues. (3)


10 Derive Second equation of motion graphically. (3)
Solid
11 Write the name the Process 1 to 6 (3)
1 6
2 5

3 Gas
Liquid
4

Speed in m/s
12 In figure shows speed time graph of a particle. Find (4)
distance travelled from 0 to 40 s.
E D
10
5
A B C
10 20 30 40 50
Time in seconds
13 Give one word for the following
(5)
(a) Element using same atomic number but different mass number are called
(b) Kitchen of the cell .
(c) Connecting link between plants and animals ..
(d) Most abundant tissue in animals..
(e) Chemical deposition on the walls of collenchyma.

14 Define the following terms (5)


(a) Gene (b) Plastids (c) Stratified squamous sensory epithelium
(d) Cytoplasm (e) Solution

15 Differentiate between the following


(a) Hypotonic and hyper tonic solutions (3)
(b) Compound and mixture (3)
(c) Uniform and non-uniform motion (3)

Minor-4
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Science IX 1 Hrs Marks - Date :
1 The highest and lowest category of classification. (1)

2 What is Taxonomy? Who is father of Taxonomy? (1)

3 What is notochord? (1)

4 Write different categories of Hierarchy classification. (1)

5 Explain what may when are unusual plant. (2)

6 Differentiate between triploblastic and diploblastic. (2)

7 Is euglena a plant or animal? Explain (2)

8 Explain five kingdom of classification given by Whittaker. What is the basis of grouping organism?
(3)

9 Name (4)
(a) Amphibians of plant kingdom
(b) First land plants
(c) Connecting link between living and non-living.
(d) First animals with true body cavity.
(e) Animals which given birth young ones.
(f) Animal which feed on other organisms.
(g) Animal which feed on dead and decay organic matter
(h) Excretory organs of birds

10 Differentiate between different categories of vertebrata . (5)

11 Write the Characteristics of following (any four) (8)


(a) Cnidaria
(b) Arthropod
(c) Mollusca
(d) Pisces
(e) Annelida

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Science IX 1 Hrs Marks - Date :
1 Name two substance which sublimes on heating (1)
2 What is condensation? (1)
3 Write the molecular mass of the following (1)
(a) ZnSO4.7H2O (b) CH3COOH
4 Write the formula of the following. (1)
(a) Iron sulphate (b) Aluminum Chloride
5 What are isotopes? (1)
6 Convert the following (2)
(a) 573 K (b) 243 K (c) -27C (d) 320C
7 Why ice has more cooling effect at 275K as compared to water at the same temperature? (2)
8 Why new earthen pot is preferable to old one to cool water? (2)
9 What are the properties of colloidal solution? (2)
10 Give three points to prove that sugar solution is a mixture. (2)
11 If 110g of salt are present in 550 g of solution. Calculate the concentration of solution. (2)
12 Calculate number of moles in 52 g of He? (2)
13 Calculate the mass of 0.5 moles of N2 gas (2)
14 Calculate number of molecules in 1.2 g of oxygen? (2)
15 Write the electronic configuration of the following (3)
(a) Sodium (b) Carbon (c) Argon (d) Silicon
(e) Calcium (f) Phosphorous
16 Explain Gold foil Experiment in detail? (4)