NSO Level 1- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 9: Questions 1111 - 1115 of 1123

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Question number: 1111

» Physics » Work, Energy & Power

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A ball thrown vertically upwards, its

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Velocity decreases and it would attain maximum potential energy

b.

Velocity increases and it would attain minimum potential energy

c.

Velocity increases and it would attain maximum potential energy

d.

Velocity decreases and it would attain minimum potential energy

Question number: 1112

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Name the physical quantity, which is equal to the product of force and velocity.

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a.

Energy

b.

Acceleration

c.

Power

d.

Work

Question number: 1113

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A car is accelerating on a levelled plane and acquires a velocity times of its initial velocity. During this process, the potential energy of the car

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Does not change

b.

Becomes times that of the initial potential energy

c.

Becomes times that of the initial potential energy

d.

Becomes times that of the initial potential energy

Question number: 1114

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A radiation from the Sun reaches earth in 8.31 minutes. Calculate the distance between Earth and Sun (Velocity of light is )

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Question number: 1115

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Study the picture carefully and answer question below

The instrument shown in the picture

The Instrument Shown in the Picture

The instrument shown in the picture

The instrument shown in the picture produces sound by making use of

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Kinetic energy

b.

Mechanical energy

c.

Electrical energy

d.

Magnetic energy

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