NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 9: Questions 1511 - 1516 of 2000

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Question number: 1511

» Physics » Gravitation & Pressure

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Two solid spherical bodies of same density having radius and . They are in outer space where the gravitational force due to other objects is negligible. If they are at rest with their surface touching, what is the force between the objects due to their gravitational attraction?

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Question number: 1512

» Physics » Motion

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If for a man it is safe to jump from a height of on the earth, then what would be the height for safe to jump on planet where the value of is for same man?

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Question number: 1513

» Biology » Diversity of Living Organisms

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Which of the following possess pinacocytes?

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Rat

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Pyla

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Sponges

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Hydra

Question number: 1514

» Physics » Force & Laws of Motion

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A body of mass is experience a force and accelerate . If the same force applied on a body of mass then the acceleration will be:

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Question number: 1515

» Physics » Work, Energy & Power

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Calculate the power of the heart of a man, if the heart pumps of blood per minute at a pressure of of mercury. The density of the mercury is .

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All of the above

Question number: 1516

» Physics » Motion

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If ratio of the magnitude of the distance and displacement covered by a particle is greater than , the path of motion is:

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Straight

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Curved

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None of the above

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