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A car travels with a speed 12 m s”1, while a scooter travels with a speed 36 km h-1. Which of the two travels faster ?

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

The length, breadth and height of a water tank are 5 m, 2.5 m and 1.25 m respectively. Calculate the capacity of the water tank in (a) m3 (b) litre.

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

A solid silver piece is immersed in water contained in a measuring cylinder. The level of water rises from 50 ml to 62 ml. Find the volume of silver piece.

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

Find the volume of a liquid present in a dish of dimensions 10 cm x 10 cm x 5 cm.

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

A rectangular field is of length 60 m and breadth 35 m. Find the area of the field.

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

A piece of brass of volume 30 cm3 has a mass of 252 g. Find the density of brass in (i) g cm-3, (ii) kg m-3.

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

Fill in the blank:

Two boys cycling on the road with the same speed are................. relative to each other.

[2] Force and Pressure: Motion
Chapter: [2] Force and Pressure: Motion
Concept: Concept of Force and Pressure: Motion

Fill in the blank:

36 km h-1 = ...............

[2] Force and Pressure: Motion
Chapter: [2] Force and Pressure: Motion
Concept: Concept of Force and Pressure: Motion

A block of iron has dimensions 2 m × 0.5 m × 0.25 m. The density of iron is 7.8 g cm-3. Find the mass of block.

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

Select the correct alternative:

A book lying on a table is an example of

  1.  a body at rest
  2.  a body in motion
  3.  a body neither at rest nor in motion
  4.  none of these
[2] Force and Pressure: Motion
Chapter: [2] Force and Pressure: Motion
Concept: Concept of Force and Pressure: Motion

The density of copper is 8.9 g cm-3. What will be its density in kg m-3 ?

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

A car travels a distance of 15 km in 20 minute. Find the speed of the car in  km h-1.

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

A car travels a distance of 15 km in 20 minute. Find the speed of the car in m s-1.

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

How long a train will take to travel a distance of 200 km with a speed of 60 km h-1 ?

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

A boy travels with a speed of 10 m s-1 for 30 minute. How much distance does he travel ?

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

Express 36 km h-1 in m s-1

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

Express 15 m s-1 in km h-1.

[1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Chapter: [1] Physical Quantities and Measurement
Concept: Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement

Explain the meaning of the terms rest and motion.

[2] Force and Pressure: Motion
Chapter: [2] Force and Pressure: Motion
Concept: Concept of Force and Pressure: Motion

Comment on the statement ‘rest and motion are relative terms’. Give an example.

[2] Force and Pressure: Motion
Chapter: [2] Force and Pressure: Motion
Concept: Concept of Force and Pressure: Motion

Write true or false

A gum bottle lying on a table has no energy.

[3] Energy
Chapter: [3] Energy
Concept: Energy as Capacity to Do Work
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