Punjab 9th Class Physics Model Paper 6 MCQs Test Online Punjab 9th Class Physics Model Paper 6 MCQs Test Online 123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233343536Show paginator Hide paginator Question 1 of 36Physics 1. Hydraulic press works on: 1.Pascal’s Law 2.Archimedes Principle 3.Newton’s Law 4.Hooke’s LawQuestion 1 of 36Question 2 of 36 2. In SI, the unit of density is: 1.kgm2.kgm⁻¹ 3.kgm⁻² 4.kgm⁻³ Question 2 of 36Question 3 of 36 3. stress/strain = constant; is: 1.Hooke’s Law2.Archimedes’s Principle 3.Pascal’s Law 4.Newton’s Law Question 3 of 36Question 4 of 36 4. Atmospheric pressure ______________ with altitude. 1. none of these2.remains same 3.decrease 4.increase Question 4 of 36Question 5 of 36 5. _________ works on Pascal’s law. 1.Hydraulic Press 2.Vernier Callipers 3. Screw Gauge 4.WedgeQuestion 5 of 36Question 6 of 36 6. The energy possessed by a body by virtue of its motion is called: 1.nuclear energy 2.potential energy3. kinetic energy 4.chemical energy Question 6 of 36Question 7 of 36 7. If a force F makes an angle θ with the direction of motion of the force, then the formula for the work done will be:1.W = FS sin θ 2.W = FS cos θ 3.W = FS tan θ4.W = FS Question 7 of 36Question 8 of 36 8. The up thrust force of a liquid is equal to: 1.p ga2.p gh 3.p gl 4.p gV Question 8 of 36Question 9 of 36 9. A minor but sudden fall in atmospheric pressure is followed by: 1.an intense weather 2.a poor weather3.a storm and a rain 4.a pleasant weather Question 9 of 36Question 10 of 36 10. The force exerted perpendicularly on unit area of an object is called: 1.Young’s modulus 2. Strain 3. Buoyant force4. Pressure Question 10 of 36Question 11 of 36 11. At sea level, the height of mercury column in mercury barometer is approximately: 1.72 cm 2.74 cm 3.76 cm 4.78 cmQuestion 11 of 36Question 12 of 36 12. The ratio between stress and tensile strain is: 1.Elastic Modulus 2.Bulk Modulus 3.Shear Modulus4.Young’s Modulus Question 12 of 36Question 13 of 36 13. Power is equal to: 1.W x t 2.W/t3.W²/t 4.W/t²Question 13 of 36Question 14 of 36 14. If a body is at a depth of ‘h’ from the liquid surface of density ‘p’ then the liquid pressure ‘p’ on that body is: 1.P = pgh 2.P = mgh 3.P = 2mgh 4.P = magQuestion 14 of 36Question 15 of 36 15. SI unit of pressure is Pascal, which is equal to: 1.10⁴ Nm⁻² 2.1 Nm⁻²3.10²Nm⁻² 4.1 Nm⁻² Question 15 of 36Question 16 of 36 16. Which of the substance is the lighter one? 1.lead2.copper 3.aluminum 4.mercury Question 16 of 36Question 17 of 36 17. The energy in the stretched bow is: 1.Elastic P.E. 2.Sound energy3.Heat energy 4.K.E.Question 17 of 36Question 18 of 36 18. The fourth state of matter is: 1.plasma2.liquid 3.gas 4. solid Question 18 of 36Question 19 of 36 19. Nm⁻² is a unit of: 1.mass 2.pressure3.power 4.force Question 19 of 36Question 20 of 36 20. The SI unit of density is: 1.kgm⁻³2.gdm⁻³ 3.gcm⁻³ 4.gm⁻³ Question 20 of 36Question 21 of 36 21. The ability of a body to do work is known as: 1.potential Energy2.energy3.power 4.kinetic Energy Question 21 of 36Question 22 of 36 22. Liquid pressure at depth “h” is: 1.pgh² 2.pglh3.pgh³ 4.pgh Question 22 of 36Question 23 of 36 23. Mathematically % efficiency is defined as:1.Efficiency % = (required form or input)/(total output energy) x 100 2.Efficiency % = work/time x 1003.Efficiency % = (required form or input)/(total input energy) x 100 4.Efficiency % = (input energy)/(output energy) x 100 Question 23 of 36Question 24 of 36 24. 1 MW is equal to: 1.10⁶W 2.10⁸W3.10⁴W 4.10² W Question 24 of 36Question 25 of 36 25. If ‘w’ is the weight of the body and ‘F’ is the up thrust of liquid, then the body will float if: 1.w = F 2.both B and C3.w < F 4.w > F Question 25 of 36Question 26 of 36 26. A crate is moved by pulling the rope attached to it. It moves 10 m on straight horizontal road by a force of 100 N. How much work will be done when the rope is making an angle of 30° with the road?1.707 Joules 2.86 Joules 3.5 Joules 4.866 JoulesQuestion 26 of 36Question 27 of 36 27. If W stands for work, F stands for force and S stands for displacement, then mathematically work is defined as: 1.W = F x v 2.W = P x S 3.W = F x S4.W = F x r Question 27 of 36Question 28 of 36 28. In which of following state molecule do not leave their position? 1.liquid 2.plasma3.solid 4.gas Question 28 of 36Question 29 of 36 29. What should be the approximate length of a glass tube to construct a water barometer? 1.0.5 m 2.1 m 3.2.5 m 4.11 mQuestion 29 of 36Question 30 of 36 30. Density =1. mass/(time )2. weight/(volume ) 3. (weight )/(mass ) 4.mass/(volume ) Question 30 of 36Question 31 of 36 31. Which pair of physical quantities has same SI unit? 1.energy, work 2.energy, power 3.power, work 4.work, momentumQuestion 31 of 36Question 32 of 36 32. One horse power is equal to: 1.1000 W 2.746 W 3.764 W 4.1100 WQuestion 32 of 36Question 33 of 36 33. At sea level, the atmospheric pressure is about: 1.101,300 Pa 2. 100,130 Pa3.110,300 Pa 4. 103,100 Pa Question 33 of 36Question 34 of 36 34. Mercury is denser than water. 1. 13.6 times2. 12.5 times 3.13 times 4.10 times Question 34 of 36Question 35 of 36 35. What will be the magnitude of work is a force of 25N pulls a stone through a distance of 5 m in its direction? 1.125J2.75J 3.50 J 4.25 J Question 35 of 36Question 36 of 36 36. In System International, the unit of pressure i: 1.kgm⁻³2.Nm 3.Nm⁻² 4.kgk⁻¹ Question 36 of 36 Loading... Test By Subject Punjab Test By Topics 9th Class Physics You Can Learn and Gain more Knowledge through our Online Quiz and Testing system Just Search your desired Preparation subject at Gotest.