# CBSE Class 9 Science (Physics) Practice Paper for Annual Exam 2019

Find here the CBSE Class 9 Science (Physics) Practice Paper. This paper contains all important questions picked from the Physics portion of CBSE Class 9 Science. Students can download the complete paper from the link given in this article and be familiar with the important questions to be prepared for Annual Exams 2019.

Created On: Nov 21, 2018 10:02 IST
Modified On: Nov 22, 2018 12:05 IST
CBSE Class 9 Physics Practice Paper

For all those students of CBSE class 9 who find it difficult to prepare the topics of Physics in their Science subject and are stressed about the exam preparations, here we bring to their relief the CBSE Class 9 Science (Physics) Practice. This practice papers contains a set of important questions of different formats based on all conceptual topics of class 9 Physics (Science). These questions will surely help students get an idea of the important topics to be picked for Annual Exam 2019 preparations.

Chapter covered while setting the CBSE Class 9 Physics practice paper are:

• Motion
• Force and laws of motion
• Gravitation
• Work and Energy
• Sound

CBSE Class 9 Science (Physics) Practice Paper contains:

• Very Short Answer Type Questions (1 marks)
• Short Answer Type Questions –I (2 marks)
• Short Answer Type Questions-II (3 Marks)
• Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

Few sample questions from the CBSE Class 9 Physics Practice Paper are given below:

Q. What type of waves are the water ripples that are formed on the surface of water on throwing a pebble into it?

Q. (a) What is reverberation? How is different from echo?

(b) What type of sound waves are produced before the main shock wave of an earthquake?

Q. (a) State the Archimedes’ principle.

(b) An iron ball of mass 5 kg and density 5000 kg m−3 is completely immersed in water. Calculate the buoyant force acting on the ball. (Given, Density of water = 1000 kg/m3 and g = 10 m/s2)

CBSE Class 9 Science Syllabus 2018-2019

Q. 10 bulbs of 50 W each, are being used for 6 hours a day along with 5 bulbs of 100 W each, for 2 hours a day. How many `units' (kWh) of electrical energy are consumed in one day by all bulbs together.

Q. Observe the following figure of a pendulum:

At which position is the kinetic energy of pendulum the maximum?

(a) At position O

(b) At position A

(c) At position B

(d) Both at A and B