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PHYSICS

SCIENCE Paper – 1

(Two hours)

The time given at the head of this Paper is the time allowed for writing the answers.

The intended marks for questions or parts of questions are given in brackets [ ].

Attempt all questions from this Section

Question 1

(a) (i) Define the least count of an instrument. [2]

gauge?

(b) A spring balance is used to find the weight of a body X on the surface of the [2]

moon. The mass of the body X is 2 kg and its weight is recorded as 3.4 N. The

weight of another body Y recorded by the same balance is found to be 7.65 N.

Calculate the mass of the body Y.

(d) Two pendulums P and Q have equal lengths but their bobs weigh 10gf and 20gf [2]

respectively.

(i) Compare their time periods.

(ii) Give a reason for your answer.

(e) Why do we need to run a certain distance before getting into a moving bus? [2]

Physics Specimen Paper Class IX 2019 Onwards Turn over

Question 2

(a) Copy the diagram below and clearly mark the directions of the forces that act [2]

on it and name the forces.

(b) If I travel from Mumbai to Pune (150 Km) in 2½ hrs via the Express Highway [2]

and return to Mumbai via the old High way (180 km) in 3½ hrs, calculate the

average velocity during the entire journey.

(c) Define retardation and give an example of a body having this motion. [2]

(d) Copy the diagram and complete the path of the rays A and B. [2]

(e) State the purpose of using the following in an electric circuit. [2]

(i) Ammeter

(ii) Rheostat

Question 3

(a) A sound wave of frequency 500Hz and wavelength 0.66m is travelling in a [2]

medium. Calculate the velocity of the wave in the medium.

(b) Sound waves A & B are travelling in two different media. Find which wave will [2]

be travelling faster, when:

(i) A is travelling in water and B is travelling in CO2.

(ii) A is travelling in CO2 and B is travelling in hydrogen

Also support your answers with reasons.

(c) A body is completely immersed in a fluid. [2]

State two factors on which the upthrust acting on the body depends.

(d) A and B are two metal spheres which are connected with the help of a metal [2]

wire. State the direction of flow of electrons in each case.

Question 4

(a) State two differences between an electromagnet and a permanent magnet. [2]

(b) Why does a magnet suspended freely from its CG, always come to rest along [2]

the north south direction of the earth?

(c) State the second law of Thermodynamics in energy flow (Law of conservation [2]

of energy).

(d) Name and state the principle on which the hydraulic brakes of a car work. [2]

(e) State two main human activities which are responsible for the increase of [2]

carbon dioxide gas in the atmosphere.

Question 5

(a) A train is moving at a velocity of 25 ms-1. It is brought to rest by applying the [3]

brakes which produces a uniform retardation of 0.5 ms-2. Calculate

(ii) If the mass of the train is 20000 kg then calculate the force required to

stop the train.

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(b) (i) State the universal law of gravitation. [3]

(c) Using the following velocity time graph of a body answer the following [4]

questions.

(i) During which time intervals is the body moving with variable velocity?

(iii) What is the displacement of the body in the last four seconds of its motion?

Question 6

(a) (i) Differentiate between the terms supersonic and ultrasonic. [3]

(b) State three factors on which the speed of sound depends. [3]

(c) The speed of sound in air is 320 ms-1 and in water it is 1600ms-1. It takes 2.5 s [4]

for sound to reach a certain distance from the source placed in air.

(ii) How much time will it take for sound to travel the same distance when the

source is in water?

Question 7

(a) The diagrams below show pins suspended from the same magnet to their [3]

maximum limit in two different cases. State with a reason whether the set of

pins A or the set of pins B are made out of soft iron. Also define the magnetic

process which enables us to suspend the pins one below the other.

(c) (i) Define a neutral point. [4]

Study the diagram and determine the polarities at the ends A,B and D.

Question 8

(a) The area of pistons in hydraulic machine are 6 cm2 and 576 cm2. What force [3]

on the smaller piston will support a load of 1152 N on the larger piston?

State the assumption made in the above calculation.

(ii) State two ways by which global warming impacts on life on earth.

Turn Over

(c) Complete the path of the ray AB over plane mirrors M1 and M2 and label all the [4]

angles of incidences.

Question 9

(a) (i) Why does a piece of steel sink in water but float on mercury? [3]

(ii) If a bowl is formed from the same steel piece then it can float in water.

Why?

(b) The diagram below shows a frozen pond in a cold region. [3]

part (i)

(c) A metal piece weighs 200 gf in air and 150 gf when completely immersed in [4]

water.

Question 10

(a) Copy and complete the following ray diagram to obtain the image of the object [3]

AB kept in front of the concave mirror.

focal length 12 cm. If the mirror forms a virtual, diminished image of the object

then calculate

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