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Physics Chapter 1 Class 9 MCQs




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#1. The study of internal structure of the earth is called:

#2. The number of significant figures in 100.8s is:

#3. Amount of a substance in terms of numbers is measured in:

#4. A student claimed the diameter of a wire as 1.032 mm using screw gauge. Upto what extent extent do you agree with it?

#5. Significant figures in an expression are:

#6. Which one of the following unit is not a derived unit?

#7. The length of meter rule is:

#8. One giga is equal to:

#9. One litre is equal to _______ millilitre.

#10. The least count of vernier Callipers is:

#11. One cubic meter is equal to:

#12. One mega is equal to:

#13. The least count of digital vernier Callipers is:

#14. Which instrument is suitable for measuring the internal diameter of a bottle?

#15. In S.I system, the unit of mass is:

#16. The number of significant figures in 0.00580 km is:

#17. Which instrument is most suitable to measure the internal diameter of a test tube?

#18. 3.3 GHz is equal to:

#19. What is the least count of mechanical stopwatch?

#20. A measuring cylinder is used to measure:

#21. One pico meter is equal to:

#22. 1mm =

#23. An interval of 200 µs is equivalent to

#24. The smallest quantity among theses is:

#25. One femto is equal to:

#26. One meter is equal to:

#27. The number of base units in S.I are:

#28. The word science is derived from:


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