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Physics Chapter 7 Class 9 MCQs




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#1. In S.I. the unit of pressue is:

#2. According to Hooke's law

#3. According to Archimedes, upthrust is equal to:

#4. Water exists in _____ states.

#5. The ratio between stress and tensile strain is called:

#6. What should be the approximate length of a glass tube to construct a water barometer?

#7. In S.I. the unit of Youngs Modulus is:

#8. Value of water density is:

#9. At sea level, the atmospheric pressure is:

#10. stress / strain = constant is:

#11. _____ works on Pascal's law.

#12. Mass of unit volume of any body:

#13. S.I. unit of stress is:

#14. The unit of density in S.I. is:

#15. If a force will be applied on a smaller area, pressure will become:

#16. Metals are good conductors of heat due to:

#17. Molecules are very close in the body of:

#18. Mercury is _____ times heavier than water.

#19. Stress = _____.

#20. The density of a substance can be found with the help of:

#21. Hydraulic press works on:

#22. Density of ice is:

#23. S.I. unit of pressure is pascal, which is equal to:

#24. The upthrust of liquid is given by:

#25. The unit of volume is:

#26. Liquid pressure at depth 'h' is equal to:

#27. which of the substances (metal) is the lightest one?

#28. In which of the following state molecules do not leave their position?


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