NSO Level 1- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 9: Questions 1057 - 1061 of 1123

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The image of applied force on the objects

The Image of Applied Force on the Objects

The image of applied force on the objects

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A wooden block with mass 50g is immersed in water. It neither floats nor sinks completely. The weight of water displaced will be

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Question number: 1058

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A cylindrical drum filled with water is given in the figure. If the drum is kept on the terrace, pressure exerted by the drum on the terrace would be

The image of Cylindrical drum

The Image of Cylindrical Drum

The image of Cylindrical drum

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Question number: 1059

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Force acting per unit area of an object is called

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Choice (4) Response

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Buoyancy

b.

Thrust

c.

Gravitational force

d.

Pressure

Question number: 1060

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Let the masses of two objects are M and m and the distance between them is d, According to Law of Universal Gravitation, the force of attraction between them is calculated by the formula

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Question number: 1061

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An object is weighed by a spring balance while the mass is determined by a common balance. The statements supporting this fact is/are

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Choice (4) Response

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In a common balance, there are two pans to balance the gravitational force

b.

Mass of an object is the quantity of matter contained in it.

c.

Weight of an object is the force with which earth attracts it towards the centre.

d.

All a. , b. and c. are correct

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