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Summative Assessment (2013-14) Sample Paper

TIME : 3 Hrs Instructions: (i) (ii) (iii) The question paper comprises of two sections, A and B. You are to attempt both the sections. All questions are compulsory. There is no overall choice. However, internal choice has been provided in all the five questions of five marks category. Only one option in such questions is to be attempted. All questions of section A and all questions of section B are to be attempted separately. Questions 1 to 3 in section A are one mark questions. These are to be answered in one word or in one sentence. Questions 4 to 6 in section A are two marks questions. These are to be answered in about 30 words each. Questions 7 to 18 in section A are three marks questions. These are to be answered in about 50 words each. Questions 19 to 24 in section A are five marks questions. These are to be answered in about 70 words each. Questions 25 to 33 in section B are multiple choice questions ( 1 mark) based on practical skills and question 34 to 36 are short answer questions ( 2 mark ) based on practical skills. Section-A The velocity time graph of an object is as shown. What can be said about the motion of the object?
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Why a gun gives a jerk in backward direction when a bullet is fired from it? A given substance X has definite volume but no definite shape and can diffuse easily. What is physical state of substance X. What is the full form of ATP? Where is it produce in the animal cell? Differentiate between Cell wall and Cell membrane.(two points) Name the various elements of xylem. A solution of alcohol in water has been prepared by mixing 100ml of alcohol in 300 ml of water. Calculate the volume percentage of the solution.
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What is irrigation? Describe any two ways of irrigation. What are Rabi crops? List two methods adopted in farming for the health of cattles. What happens to the dry raisins, when we put them in plain water for some time? (ii) What would happen if soaked raisins are then placed in concentrated salt solution for sometime? Explain the reason for both the observations. State the main function of: (a) Mitochondria (b) Nucleus (c) Lysosomes Draw a well labelled diagram of striated muscle found in human body. Write two differences between striated and smooth muscles. Give three points of difference between speed and velocity. Derive velocity-displacement relation by graphical method. What is principle of conservation of momentum? Derive it using Newtons third law. What do you mean by weight of a body? Compare the weight of a body on earth and on moon. Give three points of difference between mass and weight of the object. A car is moving with a velocity of 90Km/h. How much retardation is required to stop it in a distance of 20m? (b) How can you find speed from distance time graph. Draw distance time graph for uniform motion. (a) State Newtons first law of motion. Give one example. (b) A bullet of mass 20g is horizontally fired with a velocity of 150m/s from a gun of mass 4kg. Find the recoil velocity of the gun. OR (a) Why uniform circular motion is called an accelerated motion? (b) Give examples of following situations: (a) Why do we fall in forward direction in a moving bus if the brakes are applied suddenly? (b) What is an unbalanced force? Give two examples. OR (a) Why is it difficult for a fireman to hold a hose which ejects large amount of water at a high velocity? (b) State Newtons second law of motion. Explain the mathematical formulation of this law. Give three reasons to support that air is a mixture and not a compound . You are given a mixture of kerosene oil and water. How will you separate the two components? Explain with the help of well labeled diagram. What are complex tissues? Name the two types of complex permanent tissues present in plants? Give one function of each complex tissue. a) What is composite farming? b) Give two advantages of composite farming. c) Name two fishes which are surface feeders. Section-B The least count of a spring balance is 5g. Which of the following reading is not possible with such a spring balance (a) 27g (b) 30g
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(c) 25g (d) 10g Action and reaction forces (a) Cannot cancel each other as they act on same object (b) Cannot cancel each other as they act on different objects (c) Cancel each other as they act on same object (d) Cancel each other as they act on different objects In the laboratory, what precaution should be taken with carbon disulphide? (a) keep away from flame (b) keep away from carbon (c) keep away from water (d) keep away from iron sulphide In iron sulphate , the particles of iron and sulphur (a) visible (b) not visible (c) visible under microscope (d) None of these Sublimation can be used to separate : (a) volatile and non-volatile liquids (b) volatile and non-volatile solids (c) miscible and immiscible liquids (d) None of these The correct order which describes the true solution, colloidal solution and suspension in the order of their increasing stability is: (a) suspension < colloidal solution < true solution (b) true solution< colloidal solution < suspension (c) colloidal solution < true solution < suspension (d) colloidal solution < suspension < true solution The substance which does not form suspension in water is: (a) common salt (b) colloid (c) soil (d) chalk powder To test the presence of starch in a food sample we generally use a chemical. Select the chemical: (a) iodine (b) methylene blue (c) sodium hydroxide (d) dilute hydrochloric acid For observing plant cells, which of the following stain is used: (a) Methylene blue (b) Iodine Solution (c) Safranin (d) None of these Give two precautions to be taken while determinining boiling point of a given liquid? How will you distinguish between colliod of starch in water and egg albumin in water on the basis of a) transparency b) stability a) Identify the figure given below. b) Name the stain used to stain these cells

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