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Physics Chapter 6 Class 9 MCQs




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#1. The energy stored in a dam is:

#2. One mega joule is equal to:

#3. The major source of heat energy is:

#4. One horsepower is equal to:

#5. The work will be maximum when the angle between force and displacement is:

#6. Rate of doing work is called:

#7. Which one of the following converts light energy into electrical energy?

#8. What is the unit of work?

#9. The energy stored in coal is:

#10. The types of mechanical energy are:

#11. Source to produce pollution free electricity is:

#12. The efficiency percentage of an electric lamp is:

#13. One kilo joule is equal to:

#14. The unit of energy is:

#15. In the direction of motion of the force is perpendicular to the direction of motion of the body, then work done will be:

#16. If the velocity of the body becomes double, then its K.E will be:

#17. One joule is equal to:

#18. Hammer raised up has energy:

#19. The kinetic energy of a body of mass 2 kg is 25 J. Its speed is:

#20. Formula of potential energy is:

#21. The work done will be zero when the angle between the force and the distance is:

#22. Capability to do work is:

#23. If the velocity of a body becomes three times greater then kinetic energy will be:

#24. There is a hot molten part, deep in the earth is called:

#25. Power is equal to:

#26. Stretched bow possess energy:

#27. In E=mc2, ‘c’ represents the speed of:

#28. When a body is lifted through a height h, the work done on it appears in the form of its:

#29. The work done in lifting a brick of mass 2kg through a height of 5m above ground will be:


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