Punjab 9th Class Physics Model Paper 3 MCQs Test Online

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Physics Model Paper 3

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Punjab 9th Class Physics Model Paper 3 MCQs Test Online

Punjab 9th Class Physics Model Paper 3 MCQs Test Online

 

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Physics

1. How much acceleration is produced by a force of 100 N in mass of 50 kg?

 
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2. A mass of 6kg is moving with acceleration 2ms⁻², Force acting on it is:

 
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3. Which of the following material lowers friction when pushed between metal plates?

 
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4. Which force rotates the body in a circle?

 
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5. Co-efficient of friction between tyre and dry road is:
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6. Which of the following relation is correct?
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7. A force produces an acceleration of 10 ms⁻² in a body of mass 5 kg. The value of force is:

 
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8. Two bodies of masses m₁ and m₂ attached to the ends of an in extensible string passing over a friction less pulley such that both move vertically. The acceleration of the bodies is:

 
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9. Coefficient of friction between glass and glass is:

 
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10. The mass of a body:

 
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11. The value of coefficient of friction between steel and steel is:
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12. The force which keeps a body to move in a circle is called:

 
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13. A string is stretched by two equal and opposite forces of 10 N each. The tension in the string is:

 
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14. Sliding friction can be converted into rolling friction by using:

 
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15. The product of a mass and a velocity of a body is called:
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16. Weight ‘W’ is equal to

 
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17. Coefficient of friction is equal to:
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18. The coefficient of friction between iron and iron is:

 
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19. The value of co-efficient of friction between ice and wood is:

 
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20. Newton’s first Law of motion is valid only in the absence of:

 
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21. Coefficient of friction μs between the tyre and road is:
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22. Formula of momentum is:

 
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23. The weight of a body is 147 N. Its mass will be: (when g = 10 ms⁻²)

 
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24. The SI unit of momentum is:

 
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25. Complete the equation: (Pf-Pi)/t = ?

 
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26. Inertia depends upon:

 
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Question 27 of 36

27. Rate of change of momentum is equal to:

 
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28. According to the law of conservation of momentum:

 
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29. The unit of weight in System International is:

 
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Question 30 of 36

30. A boy jumps out of a moving bus. There is a danger for him to all:

 
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31. The value of “g” on Moon’s surface is:

 
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Question 32 of 36

32. 1 Newton is equal to:

 
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33. Newton’s first law of motion is valid only in the absence of:

 
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34. Mathematically momentum is defined as:

 
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Question 35 of 36

35. When a horse pulls a cart, the action is on the:

 
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Question 36 of 36

36. The maximum value of friction is called:

 
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