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Kids Galaxy High School Gujrat

Name: ________________________
Roll No. __________
Choose the correct answer:
1x10=10
1. A concave lens is:
a. thick at the centre and thin at the edges b. thin at the centre and thick at the
edges
c. thick both at the centre and edges
d. thin both at the centre and edges
2. Convex lens:
a. Spreads light away from the principle axis of the lens after refraction
b. bends light towards the principle axis
c. no effect on light
d.
none of these
3. Power of a lens is defined as the reciprocal of its:
a. radius of curvature in meters
b. focal length in meters
c. principal axis in meters
d. principal focus in meters
4. 1 D is equal to:
a. 1m
b. 1m-1
c. 1 cm
d. 1cm-1
5. Power of a concave lens is taken as:
a. positive b. negative c. reciprocal of radius of curvature
d. square of radius
of curvature
6. Power of a convex lens is taken as:
a. positive b. negative c. reciprocal of radius of curvature
d. square of radius
of curvature
7. If the focal length of a concave lens is 2m, then its power will be:
a. 1D
b. 2D
c. 1.5D
d. 0.5D
8. Image formation in a lens cannot be explained with the help of:
a. one principle rays
b. two principal rays
c. three principal rays
d.
many principal rays
9. When the object is placed between F and 2F of a convex lens, the image
formed will be:
a. real, inverted and smaller than the object
b. real, inverted and of the same
size as the object
c. real, inverted and larger in size than the object d. virtual, erect and larger in size
than the object
10. In case of convex lens, no image will be formed when the object is
placed:
a. beyond 2F
b. at 2F
c. at F
d. between F and
2F
Q. What is meant by angle of deviation?
2
Q. Explain refraction through convex lens by making ray diagram.
3
Q. Mention the sign conventions for the focal length and image distance in case of
lenses.
2
Q. A concave lens has focal length of 15cm. At what distance should the object from
the lens be placed so that it forms an image at 10cm from the lens? Also find the
magnification of the lens.
3

Kids Galaxy High School Gujrat


Name: ____________
Roll No. _________
Choose the correct answer:
1x5=5
1. The wheels of a moving vehicle have velocity components:
a. motion of wheels along the road
b. rotation of wheels about their axis
c. both a and b
d. None of these
2. Centripetal force is directly proportional to:
a. square of mass b. square of velocity
c. square of radius d. none of
these
3. A stone of mass 100g is attached to a string 1m long. The stone is
rotating in a circle with a speed of 5 ms-1. The tension in the string is:
a. 25N
b. 2.5N
c. 0.25N
d. None
4. The direction of centripetal acceleration is :
a. along the velocity
b. toward the centre of circle
c. radially outward
d. None
5. The direction of velocity of a stone moving in a circle:
a. along tangent to the circle
b. towards the centre of circle c. radially outward
d. None
1. A body has weight 20 N. How much force is required to move it
vertically upward with an acceleration of 2 ms-2?
4
2. Two masses 26 kg and 24 kg are attached to the ends of a string which
passes over a frictionless pulley. 26 kg is lying over a smooth horizontal
table. 24 kg mass is moving vertically downward. Find the tension in the
string and the acceleration in the bodies.
4
3. How much time is required to change 22 Ns momentum by a force of 20
N?
3
4. Write the Methods of reducing friction.
4
5. Write the advantages and disadvantages of friction.
5

Kids Galaxy High School Gujrat


Name: ____________
Roll No. _________
Choose the correct answer:
1x5=5
1. The wheels of a moving vehicle have velocity components:
a. motion of wheels along the road
b. rotation of wheels about their axis
c. both a and b
d. None of these
2. Centripetal force is directly proportional to:
a. square of mass b. square of velocity
c. square of radius d. none of
these

3. A stone of mass 100g is attached to a string 1m long. The stone is


rotating in a circle with a speed of 5 ms-1. The tension in the string is:
a. 25N
b. 2.5N
c. 0.25N
d. None
4. The direction of centripetal acceleration is :
a. along the velocity
b. toward the centre of circle
c. radially outward
d. None
5. The direction of velocity of a stone moving in a circle:
a. along tangent to the circle
b. towards the centre of circle c. radially outward
d. None
1. A body has weight 20 N. How much force is required to move it
vertically upward with an acceleration of 2 ms-2?
4
2. Two masses 26 kg and 24 kg are attached to the ends of a string which
passes over a frictionless pulley. 26 kg is lying over a smooth horizontal
table. 24 kg mass is moving vertically downward. Find the tension in the
string and the acceleration in the bodies.
4
3. How much time is required to change 22 Ns momentum by a force of 20
N?
3
4. Write the Methods of reducing friction.
4
5. Write the advantages and disadvantages of friction.
5

Kids Galaxy High School Gujrat


Class: 10th

Subject: Physics

Time: 35 min.

Obt. marks:____

Name: __________________

Total marks: 20

1. What is meant by the terms nearsightedness and farsightedness? How these defects can be corrected?
2. An image of a statue appears to be 11.5cm behind a convex mirror with focal length 13.5cm. Find the
distance from the statue to the mirror.
3. Answer the following short Questions:
i. Define magnifying power.
ii. Define Resolving power.
iii. Write two features of compound microscope.
iv. What is meant by accommodation?
v. What do you mean by near point and far point?

Date: 16/05/2016

Kids Galaxy High School Gujrat


Class: 9th

Subject: Physics

Time: 35 min.

Obt. marks:____

Name: __________________

Total marks: 20

1. Answer the following short questions:


i. Define like parallel forces and give an example.
ii. What is meant by resolution of a force?
iii. Define a rigid body and axis of rotation.
iv. Define torque and its moment arm. Write the relationship between them. Write their units.
v. How we define

tan for a right angled triangle?

2. A man is pulling a trolley on a horizontal road with a force of 200N making

30

with the road. Find

the horizontal and vertical components of its force.


3. Determine the perpendicular components of force and also determine the force from its perpendicular
components.
Date: 16/05/2016