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# 9th Class Physics Guess Papers 2020

## Unit 1: Physical Quantities and Measurement

IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS

(i) Physics
(ii) Zero Error and Error Correction
(iii) Base Quantities and Derived Quantities
(iv) Mechanics
(v) Electromagnetism
(vi) Nuclear Physics
(vii) Atomic Physics
(viii) Plasma Physics
(ix) Base and Derived Units
(x) Electronic Balance
(xi) Physical Balance
(xii) Least Count

## IMPORTANT SHORT QUESTIONS

(i) Differentiate between mechanical stopwatch and digital stopwatch
(ii) Advantages/Role of physics in daily life
(iii) Write in scientific notation. (any term)

## (i) Screw Gauge (Uses and Functions)

(ii) Meter Rule
(iii) Rules for Identifying Significant Figures

Unit 2: Kinematics

IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS

## (i) Uniform Velocity

(ii) Rest and Motion
(iii) Translatory Motion
(iv) Linear Motion
(v) Random Motion
(vi) Acceleration
(vii) Velocity and Speed
(viii) Distance and Displacement
(ix) Negative Acceleration
(x) Gravitational Acceleration

## (i) Name the types of motion

(ii) Derive 1st equation of motion
(iii) A car starts from rest its velocity becomes 20 ms-1 in 8 seconds. Find the acceleration.
(iv) Find the acceleration that is produced by 15N forces in the mass of 20 kg.

## (i) Most Important 2nd equation of motion

(ii) Most Important 3rd equation of motion
(iii) Prove that vf= vi+at

Unit 3: Dynamics
IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS

(i) Momentum
(ii) Centripetal Force
(iii) Circular Motion
(iv) Inertia
(v) Law of Conservation Of Momentum
(vi) Newton's 2nd Law of Motion
(vii) Rolling Friction
(viii) Sliding Friction

## (i) Differentiate between mass and weight

(ii) Two methods to reduce friction
(iii) What is meant by banking of roads?
(iv) Write units of (a) momentum (b) force

## (i) The relation between force and momentum

(ii) Newton's 1st law of motion
(iii) Newton's 2nd law of motion
(iv) Difference between mass and weight
(v) Benefits and disadvantages of friction and methods to reduce friction

## Unit 4: Turning Effect of Force

IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS

## (i) Center of Gravity

(ii) Rigid Body
(iii) Torque and Couple
(iv) The Moment Arm of Force
(v) Moment Arm
(vi) Axis of Rotation
(vii) Resolution of Vectors
(viii) 2nd Condition for Equilibrium

## (i) Differentiate between like and unlike parallel forces

(ii) Describe the line of action of a force
(iv) State principle of moments

## (i) A Numerical will come from this chapter

(ii) What is meant by resolution of force? Resolve a force into its components
(iii) Find the center of gravity of an irregular with the help of the experiment.

Unit 5: Gravitation
IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS

## (i) Global Positioning System (GPS)

(ii) Field of Force
(iii) Law of Gravitation
(iv) The Force of Gravity (Gravitational Force)
(v) Artificial Satellites
(vi) Geostationary Satellites

## Unit 6: Work and Energy

IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS

(i) Magma
(ii) Fossil Fuel
(iii) Fossils
(iv) Wind Energy
(v) Kinetic Energy
(vi) Potential Energy
(vii) Solar Cell
(viii) Unit of Power

## (i) Differentiate between renewable and non-renewable sources of energy

(ii) Name the renewable and non-renewable sources of energy
(iii) Name the types of energy
(iv) Einstein mass-energy equation

## IMPORTANT LONG QUESTIONS

(i) A numerical will come from this unit (A cyclist does, A machine does work, a stone of mass 500 g, calculate
the power of the pump)
(ii) Working and construction of a nuclear power station

## Unit 7: Properties of Matter

IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS

## (i) Density and its unit

(ii) Pascal's Law
(iii) Hook's law
(iv) Atmospheric pressure
(v) Heat
(vi) Temperature
(vii) Pressure and its unit

## Unit 8: Thermal Properties of Matter

IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS

## (i) Latent Hear of Fusion

(ii) The Internal Energy of a Body
(iii) Evaporation
(iv) Specific Heat Capacity
(v) Specific Heat

## (i) Define the coefficient of linear thermal expansion

(ii) State kinetic molecular model

## (i) Explain volumetric thermal expansion and derive its equation

(ii) Explain latent heat of fusion and latent heat of vaporization and write its formulae
(iii) How much heat is required to increase the temperature of 0.5 kg of water from 100 oC to 350 oC?
(iv) Convert 500 Celcius into Fahrenheit

## Unit 9: Transfer of Heat

IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS

(ii) Thermal Conductivity
(iii) Conduction
(iv) Greenhouse Effect
(v) Convection Currents

## (i) Why are metals good conductor of heat?

(ii) Write down two ways of heat transfer.