Forces and Matter – Physics 9th – Level 1

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Forces and Matter - Level 1

Chapter 5 - Physics Class 9th - Test Preparation MCQs

Chapter : Forces and Matter (Level 1)
Subject : Physics
Class : 9th
Board : Sindh Board
Total MCQs : 10
Extract From : 9th Class Note Book
Time : 5 Minutes (30 Seconds for Each Question)

  1. The spring in brakes and clutches are used:
  2. If the material recovers the original dimension, when an external force is removed, this deformation is known as deformation.
  3. Which of the following material is more elastic?
  4. If a spring stretches easily then its spring constant has ____________
  5. What is the unit for the spring constant?
  6. The spring obeys Hooke's law for the earlier extensions and when the spring becomes damaged it does not appear to do so; (the given figure). Estimate from graph, after addition of which weight the spring damaged.
  7. Which of the following is not a unit of pressure?
  8. If a metal block applies a force of 20N on an area of 5cm2. Find the pressure being applied by the block on the area of ____________
  9. 9.The given figure shows a container with three spouts. The container is filled with water. Jets of water pour out of the spouts. Why does the jet of water from the bottom spout go farthest out from the container?
  10. When a force is exerted on an area, this is known as:

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1. If a metal block applies a force of 20N on an area of 5cm2. Find the pressure being applied by the block on the area of ____________

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2. The spring in brakes and clutches are used:

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3. What is the unit for the spring constant?

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4. If a spring stretches easily then its spring constant has ____________

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5. When a force is exerted on an area, this is known as:

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6. Which of the following material is more elastic?

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7. Which of the following is not a unit of pressure?

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8. 9.The given figure shows a container with three spouts. The container is filled with water. Jets of water pour out of the spouts. Why does the jet of water from the bottom spout go farthest out from the container?

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9. If the material recovers the original dimension, when an external force is removed, this deformation is known as deformation.

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10. The spring obeys Hooke's law for the earlier extensions and when the spring becomes damaged it does not appear to do so; (the given figure). Estimate from graph, after addition of which weight the spring damaged.

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