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9th Standard

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Science

Time : 00:50:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 79
  1. Choose the correct one

    (a)

    mm< cm < m < km

    (b)

    mm > cm > m > km

    (c)

    km < m < cm < mm

    (d)

    mm > m> cm> km

  2. Which among the following is not a device to measure mass

    (a)

    Spring balance

    (b)

    Beam balance

    (c)

    Physical balance

    (d)

    Digital balance

  3. Unit of acceleration is________.

    (a)

    ms-2

    (b)

    ms-1

    (c)

    \(\frac{m}{s}\)

    (d)

    \(\frac{s}{m}\)

  4. The area under velocity – time graph represents

    (a)

    velocity of the moving object

    (b)

    displacement covered by the moving object

    (c)

    speed of the moving object

    (d)

    acceleration of the moving object

  5. Force involved in uniform circular motion is given by _______________

    (a)

    f = mv2/r

    (b)

    f = mvr

    (c)

    f= mr2/v

    (d)

    f = v2/r

  6. Area under a velocity time graph gives ______

    (a)

    time taken by an object

    (b)

    distance travelled by an object

    (c)

    acceleration

    (d)

    retardation

  7. When a ray of light passes from one medium to another medium, refraction takes place when angle of incidence is

    (a)

    0o

    (b)

    45o

    (c)

    90o

  8. The speed of light is maximum in

    (a)

    vacuum

    (b)

    glass

    (c)

    diamond

  9. Mirrors having spherical surface of reflection are __________________

    (a)

    plane mirror

    (b)

    lenses

    (c)

    spherical mirrors

    (d)

    prism

  10. Filtration method is effective in separating _______ mixture

    (a)

    Solid-solid

    (b)

    solid-liquid

    (c)

    liquid-liquid

    (d)

    liquid-gas

  11. For a simple distillation process we need to have

    (a)

    an evaporating dish

    (b)

    a separating funnel

    (c)

    a filter with filter paper

    (d)

    a Liebig condenser

  12. Mixture of two immiscible liquids are separated by using a______

    (a)

    funnel

    (b)

    test tube

    (c)

    beaker

    (d)

    separating funnel

  13. Change in the number of neutrons in an atom changes it to

    (a)

    an ion

    (b)

    an isotope

    (c)

    an isobar

    (d)

    another element

  14. The term nucleons refer to

    (a)

    Protons and electrons

    (b)

    only Neutrons

    (c)

    electrons and neutrons

    (d)

    Protons and neutrons

  15. Atoms of the same element having same atomic number but different Mass number are called _________

    (a)

    Isotopes

    (b)

    Isobars

    (c)

    Isotones

    (d)

    Isotherm

  16. The non-directional movement of a plant part in response to temperature is called ________.

    (a)

    thermotropism

    (b)

    Thermonasty

    (c)

    chemotropism

    (d)

    thigmonasty

  17. Chlorophyll in a leaf is required for __________.

    (a)

    photosynthesis

    (b)

    transpiration

    (c)

    tropic movement

    (d)

    nastic movement

  18. Shoots are said to_____________.

    (a)

    Negative phototropism

    (b)

    Positive phototropism

    (c)

    Positive hydrotropism

    (d)

    Negative chemotropism

  19. Mesoglea is present in

    (a)

    Porifera

    (b)

    Coelenterata

    (c)

    Annelida

    (d)

    Arthropoda

  20. Poikilothermic organisms are

    (a)

    Fish, Frog, lizard, man

    (b)

    Fish, Frog, lizard, cow

    (c)

    Fish, Frog, lizard, snake

    (d)

    Fish, Frog, lizard, crow

  21. Find the incorrect pair.

     

    (a)

     Earth worm - Metamerism

    (b)

    Round worm - Pseudocoelom

    (c)

    Hydra Polyp - Medusa

    (d)

    Star fish - Asymmetrical

  22. The physician who discovered that scurvy can be cured by ingestion of citrus fruits is  ______________

    (a)

    James Lind

    (b)

    Louis Pasteur

    (c)

    Charles Darwin

    (d)

    Isaac Newton

  23. The sprouting of onion and potatoes can be delayed by the process of _______________

    (a)

    irradiation

    (b)

    Irradiation

    (c)

    Salting

    (d)

    Canning

  24. Lipases are enzymes which breaks down __________.

    (a)

    Proteins

    (b)

    Fats

    (c)

    Carbohydrates

    (d)

    Food

  25. ____________ is an electronic device which stores data and information

    (a)

    Telescope

    (b)

    Television

    (c)

    Computer

    (d)

    Radio

  26. Data processing involves________ steps

    (a)

    seven

    (b)

    four

    (c)

    six

    (d)

    eight

  27. SI unit of temperature is

    (a)

    fahrenheit

    (b)

    joule

    (c)

    celsius

    (d)

    kelvin

  28. Two cylinders of equal height and radius are made of copper and aluminium. Which of them conducts heat faster?

    (a)

    Copper rod

    (b)

    Aluminium rod

    (c)

    Both of them

    (d)

    None of them

  29. When we heat one end of an iron rod, its other end also get heated. Can you say, Which one of the following is behind this?

    (a)

    Convection of heat

    (b)

    Radiation of heat

    (c)

    Insulation of heat

    (d)

    Conduction of heat

  30. In current electricity, a positive charge refers to,

    (a)

    presence of electron

    (b)

    presence of proton

    (c)

    absence of electron

    (d)

    absence of proton

  31. Electroplating is an example for

    (a)

    heating effect

    (b)

    chemical effect

    (c)

    flowing effect

    (d)

    magnetic effect

  32. Two resistances R1 and R2 are connected is parallel. Their equivalent resistance is__________

    (a)

    R1+R2

    (b)

    \(\cfrac { { R }_{ 1 }{ R }_{ 2 } }{ { R }_{ 1 }+{ R }_{ 2 } } \)

    (c)

    \(\cfrac { { R }_{ 1 }+{ R }_{ 2 } }{ { R }_{ 1 }{ R }_{ 2 } } \)

    (d)

    \(\sqrt { { R }_{ 1 }+{ R }_{ 2 } } \)

  33. An electric generator converts

    (a)

    electrical energy into mechanical energy

    (b)

    mechanical energy into heat energy

    (c)

    electrical energy into electrical energy

    (d)

    mechanical energy into electrical energy

  34. The part of the AC generator that passes the current from the armature coil to the external circuit is

    (a)

    field magnet

    (b)

    split rings

    (c)

    slip rings

    (d)

    brushes

  35. The magnetic field produced due to a circular wire at its centre is_________

    (a)

    at 45° to the plane of the wir

    (b)

    at 60° to the plane of the wire

    (c)

    in the plane of the wire

    (d)

    perpendicular to the plane of the wire

  36. The increasing order of the energy of subshells is

    (a)

    s>p>d>f

    (b)

    s<p<d<f

    (c)

    s<p<f<d

    (d)

    p<s<d<f

  37. If the electronic configuration of an element is 1s2 2S2 2p6 3s2 3p1, then it will occupy___________ block of the periodic table.

    (a)

    s

    (b)

    p

    (c)

    d

    (d)

    f

  38. The maximum number of electrons that can be accommodated in s, p ,d, and f subshells are__________

    (a)

    14, 10,6,2

    (b)

    6, 10,2, 14

    (c)

    2,6, 10, 14

    (d)

    6,2, 14, 10

  39. Oxidising agents are also called as____________because they remove electrons form other substances.

    (a)

    electron donors

    (b)

    electron acceptors

    (c)

    electron donors

    (d)

    Ionic

  40. Elements with stable electronic configurations have eight electrons in their valence shell. They are__________

    (a)

    Halogens

    (b)

    Metals

    (c)

    Noble gases

    (d)

    non metals

  41. Statement (A) Ionic compounds do not conduct electricity in solid state.
    Reason (B) The ions in ionic compounds are tightly held together by stong electrostatic force of attraction and they can not move freely

    (a)

    B explains A

    (b)

    B do not explain A

    (c)

    B is wrong A

    (d)

    A is right B is wrong

  42. pH value of human blood is_________

    (a)

    7.0

    (b)

    7.4

    (c)

    7.6

    (d)

    7.6

  43. The hydrated salt of copper sulphate has______colour

    (a)

    Red

    (b)

    White

    (c)

    Blue

    (d)

    White

  44. Which of the following are the is a weak bases?

    (a)

    NH4OH & NaOH

    (b)

    Ca(OH)2& KOH

    (c)

    NH4OH & Ca(OH)2

    (d)

    NaOH & KOH

  45. erve cell does not contains

    (a)

    axon

    (b)

    nerve endings

    (c)

    tendons

    (d)

    dendrites

  46. Tendon connects

    (a)

    cartilage with muscles

    (b)

    bone with muscles

    (c)

    ligament with muscles

    (d)

    bone with bone

  47. _________is seen in unicellular animals.

    (a)

    Mitosis

    (b)

    mieosis

    (c)

    Amitosis

    (d)

    none of the above

  48. Stomach of man mainly digests

    (a)

    carbohydrates

    (b)

    proteins

    (c)

    fat

    (d)

    sucrose

  49. Which one of the following substance is not a constituent of sweat?

    (a)

    Urea

    (b)

    Protein

    (c)

    Water

    (d)

    Salt

  50. The act of bringing swallowed food back to the mouth is called___________

    (a)

    egestion

    (b)

    ingestion

    (c)

    micturition

    (d)

    regurgitation

  51. Which one of the following is an example for wireless connections?

    (a)

    Wi-Fi

    (b)

    Electric wires

    (c)

    VGA

    (d)

    USB

  52. Pen drive is _______device.

    (a)

    Output

    (b)

    Input

    (c)

    Storage

    (d)

    connecting cable

  53. A bit has a single binary value either __________ or __________

    (a)

    1,-1

    (b)

    0,1

    (c)

    1,2

    (d)

    2,0

  54. The size of an air bubble rising up in water

    (a)

    decreases

    (b)

    increases

    (c)

    remains same

    (d)

    may increase or decrease

  55. In a pressure cooker, the food is cooked faster because

    (a)

    increased pressure lowers the boiling point

    (b)

    increased pressure raises the boiling point

    (c)

    decreased pressure raises the boiling point

    (d)

    increased pressure lowers the melting point

  56. When a solid is partly or wholly immersed in a fluid, it experiences an apparent loss in ____________.

    (a)

    weight

    (b)

    buoyant force

    (c)

    liquid displaced

    (d)

    None

  57. A musical instrument is producing continuous note. This note cannot be heard by a person having a normal hearing range. This note must then be passing through

    (a)

    wax

    (b)

    vacuum

    (c)

    water

    (d)

    empty vessel

  58. If the speed of a wave is 340 m s-1 and its frequency is 1700 Hz, then wavelength λ for this wave in cm will be

    (a)

    34

    (b)

    20

    (c)

    15

    (d)

    0.2

  59. A Sonar device on a submarine send out a signal and receives an echo 5 seconds later. Calculate the speed of sound it water if the distance of the object from the submarine is 3500 m

    (a)

    1440 rns-1

    (b)

    1460 rns-1

    (c)

    1400 ms-1

    (d)

    1550 rns-1

  60. Who proposed the heliocentric model of the universe?

    (a)

    Tycho Brahe

    (b)

    Nicolaus Copernicus

    (c)

    Ptolemy

    (d)

    Archimedes

  61. The Big Bang occurred ________ years ago.

    (a)

    13.7 billion

    (b)

    15 million

    (c)

    15 billion

    (d)

    20 million

  62. Which of the following units is used to measure distance between the stars?

    (a)

    km

    (b)

    m

    (c)

    light year

    (d)

    fm

  63. Raagav brings his lunch every day to school in a plastic container which has resin code number 5. The container is made of

    (a)

    Polystyrene

    (b)

    PVC

    (c)

    Polypropylene

    (d)

    LDPE

  64. Graphene is one atom thick layer of carbon obtained from

    (a)

    Diamond

    (b)

    Fullerene

    (c)

    Graphite

    (d)

    Gas Carbon

  65. What is the minimum number of carbon atoms of an alkane must have to form an isomer?

    (a)

    4

    (b)

    3

    (c)

    2

    (d)

    1

  66. One Nanometre is

    (a)

    10-7 metre

    (b)

    10-8 metre

    (c)

    10-6 metre

    (d)

    10-9 metre

  67. Which of the following does not contain natural dyes?

    (a)

    Potato

    (b)

    Beetroot

    (c)

    Carrot

    (d)

    Turmeric

  68. Paracetamol is an _____________.

    (a)

    Analgesics

    (b)

    Antipyretics

    (c)

    Antiseptic

    (d)

    Anti malarial

  69. Increased amount of ___________ in the atmosphere, results in greenhouse effect and global warming

    (a)

    carbon monoxide

    (b)

    sulphur dioxide

    (c)

    nitrogen dioxide

    (d)

    carbon dioxide

  70. Identify the incorrect statement with respect to adaptations of earthworm.

    (a)

    Earthworm has a stream lined body with no antennae or fins.

    (b)

    Each segment of earthworm has setae.

    (c)

    Many earthworms become inactive in a process called hibernation, during winter season.

    (d)

    Earthworms remain in its burrow during day time, to avoid sunlight.

  71. Which cycie involves transpiration?

    (a)

    Water cycle

    (b)

    Nitrogen cycle

    (c)

    Carbon cycle

    (d)

    All the above

  72. Binomial name of Nilavembu is

    (a)

    Leucas aspera

    (b)

    Andrographis paniculata

    (c)

    Crotolaria juncea

    (d)

    Cassia fistula

  73. The symbiotic association of fungi and vascular plants is

    (a)

    Lichen

    (b)

    Rhizobium

    (c)

    Mycorhizae

    (d)

    Azotobacter

  74. Apiculture is the rearing of ____________.

    (a)

    Silk worm

    (b)

    Bacteria

    (c)

    Apex culture

    (d)

    Honey bees

  75. One of the means of indirect transmission of a disease is

    (a)

    sneezing

    (b)

    coughing

    (c)

    vectors

    (d)

    droplet infection

  76. Severity of disease symptom depends upon

    (a)

    number of microbes

    (b)

    target organ

    (c)

    both a and b

    (d)

    none of these.

  77. Flagella arranged along the sides of the bacteria _____________.

    (a)

    Peritrichous

    (b)

    Monotrichous

    (c)

    Lophotrichous

    (d)

    Amphitrichous

  78. Which of the following is correct?

    (a)

    Free and Open source

    (b)

    Free and Traditional software

    (c)

    Passive and Open source

    (d)

    Passive and Traditional source

  79. LINUX is a

    (a)

    Paid Software

    (b)

    Licensed Software

    (c)

    Free and Proprietary software

    (d)

    Free and Open source software

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