Physics-Sound (NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 8): Questions 1 - 9 of 31

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Question number: 1

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Sound is form of:

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Energy

b.

Force

c.

Velocity

d.

Momentum

Question number: 2

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A source of sound is producing oscillations in . Then its frequency (in Hz) of is:

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Question number: 3

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The time taken by the an object to travel one oscillation is called?

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a.

Amplitude

b.

Time period

c.

Acceleration

d.

Frequency

Question number: 4

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A source is produced oscillations in . Therefore, its frequency is:

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b.

c.

d.

Question number: 5

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Which of the following does not produced noise pollution?

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a.

Bomb blast

b.

Loud speaker.

c.

Television

d.

Horn of vehicle

Question number: 6

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If frequency of a sound wave is , then number of oscillations in is:

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9000

b.

18000

c.

150

d.

90

Question number: 7

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The unit of loudness is:

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decibel

b.

Second

c.

d.

meter

Question number: 8

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An object oscillates times in , therefore its frequency is:

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b.

c.

d.

Question number: 9

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The voices of male and female are different, because of:

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a.

Lungs

b.

Wind pipe

c.

Larynx

d.

Vocal chords

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