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CBSE Class 9 Science Question Paper SA I- 2010

Jan 2, 2015 17:20 IST

    Get the CBSE Class 9 Science Question Paper, SA I issued in favor of the students by CBSE. This will provide you the idea that what type of Questions will be framed in the Exam and from what topics. You will get in familiar with the pattern in which the Question Paper is set exclusively for Summative Assessments. Get in touch with the Question Paper as much as possible and deduce your own method of Success.

    Q. Which one of the two solutions will scatter light sugar solution or soap solutions?

    Q. State the meaning of mixed cropping?

    Q. A nail is driven into a wooden board by using a hammer. The impact of the hammer on the head of nail produces a thrust of 25N. If the area of the head is 0.5 mm2 and of the tip is 0.1 mm2, find the pressure on the head and the tip of the nail.

    Q. A car is moving on a straight road with a uniform acceleration. The following table gives the speed of the car at various instants of time.
                Time (s)           0          10        20       30        40        50
                Speed (m/s)      5          10        15       20        25        30
    (i) Draw the shape of speed - time graph representing the above sets of observations.
    (ii) Find the acceleration of the car.

    Q. A particle is thrown up vertically with a velocity of 50 m/s. How high would the particle rise and what time would it take to reach the highest point? (g = 10 m/s2)

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