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Goyal Brothers Prakashan solutions for Class 9 A New Approach to ICSE Physics Part 1 chapter 9 - Sound [Latest edition]

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Chapter 9: Sound

Exercise - (A) Objective QuestionsExercise - (B) Subjective QuestionsExercise - Practice Problems 1Exercise - Practice Problems 2Exercise - Practice Problems 3Exercise - Practice Problems 4Exercise - Practice Problems 5Exercise - Practice Problems 6Exercise - Practice Problems 7

Exercise - (A) Objective Questions

Goyal Brothers Prakashan solutions for Class 9 A New Approach to ICSE Physics Part 1 Chapter 9 Sound Exercise - (A) Objective Questions

Exercise - (A) Objective Questions | Q 1

Select the correct option:

In case of longitudinal waves, the particles of the medium vibrate:

  • in the direction of wave propagation

  • opposite to the direction of wave propagation

  • at right angles to the direction of wave propagation

  • none of the above

Exercise - (A) Objective Questions | Q 2

Select the correct option:

A longitudinal wave consists of:

  • crest and trough in the medium

  • compression and rarefaction in the medium

  • both crest and trough in the medium and compression and rarefaction in the medium

  • neither crest and trough in the medium and compression and rarefaction in the medium

Exercise - (A) Objective Questions | Q 3

Select the correct option:

The longitudinal waves can propagate only in

  • solids

  • liquids

  • gases

  • all of these

Exercise - (A) Objective Questions | Q 4

Select the correct option:

A part of the longitudinal wave in which particles of the medium are closer than the normal particles is called:

  • rarefaction

  • crest

  • trough

  • compression

Exercise - (A) Objective Questions | Q 5

Select the correct option:

A part of longitudinal wave in which particles of the medium are farther away than the normal particles is called :

  • rarefaction

  • trough

  • compression

  • crest

Exercise - (A) Objective Questions | Q 6

Select the correct option:

In the region of compression or rarefaction, in a longitudinal wave, the physical quantity which does not change is:

  • pressure

  • mass

  • density

  • volume

Exercise - (A) Objective Questions | Q 7

Select the correct option:

The wavelength is the linear distance between the:

  • two consecutive compressions

  • two consecutive rarefactions

  • one compression and one rarefaction

  • both two consecutive compressions and rarefactions

Exercise - (A) Objective Questions | Q 8

Select the correct option:

The number of oscillations passing through a point in unit time is called:

  • vibration

  • frequency

  • wavelength

  • amplitude

Exercise - (A) Objective Questions | Q 9

Select the correct option:

The SI unit of frequency is

  • hertz

  • gauss

  • decibel

  • none of these

Exercise - (A) Objective Questions | Q 10

Select the correct option:

If the frequency of a wave is 25 Hz. the total number of compressions and rarefactions passing through a point in 1 second is :

  • 25

  • 50

  • 100

  • none of these

Exercise - (A) Objective Questions | Q 11

Select the correct option:

Which of the following is an elastic wave?

  • light wave

  • ratio wave

  • sound wave

  • microwave

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Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions

Goyal Brothers Prakashan solutions for Class 9 A New Approach to ICSE Physics Part 1 Chapter 9 Sound Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 1.1

What do you understand by the term sound energy?

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 1.2

State three conditions necessary for hearing sound.

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 2

Describe briefly an experiment to prove that vibrating bodies produce sound.

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 3.1

What do you understand by the term infrasonic vibrations?

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 3.2

What do you understand by the term sonic vibrations? State the range of sonic vibrations for the human ear.

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 4.1

What do you understand by the term ultrasonic vibrations?

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 4.2

Name three animals which can hear ultrasonic vibrations.

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 5

How do bats locate their prey during a flight?

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 6

What is Galton’s whistle? To what use is it put?

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 7

State four practical uses of ultrasonic vibrations.

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 8

Describe an experiment to prove that a material medium is necessary for the propagation of sound.

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 9

Why do astronauts talk to each other through radio telephone in space?

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 10.1

Define the term wavelength.

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 10.2

Define the term amplitude.

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 10.3

Define the term frequency.

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 11

State four differences between the sound wave and the light wave.

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 12

What is meant by the term wave motion?

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 13

State the relation between the wavelength and the frequency.

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 14

What kinds of waves are produced in solids, liquids, and gases?

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 15

The sound of an explosion on the surface of a lake is heard by a boat man 100 m away and by a diver 100 m below the point of explosion.

(i) Who would hear the sound first: boatman or diver?

(ii) Give a reason for your answer in part (i).

(iii) If sound takes time t to reach the boatman, how much time approximately does it take to reach the diver? 

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 16

What is approximate value of the speed of sound in iron as compared to that in air? Illustrate your answer with a simple experiment.

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 17
How do bats avoid obstacles in their way, when in flight?
Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 18

A continuous disturbance is created on the surface of water in a ripple tank with a small piece of cork floating on it. Describe the motion of the cork. What does the motion of the cork tell about the disturbance?

Exercise - (B) Subjective Questions | Q 19

Draw a displacement-time graph for water wave.

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Exercise - Practice Problems 1

Goyal Brothers Prakashan solutions for Class 9 A New Approach to ICSE Physics Part 1 Chapter 9 Sound Exercise - Practice Problems 1

Exercise - Practice Problems 1 | Q 1

200 waves pass through a point in one second. Calculate the time period of wave.

Exercise - Practice Problems 1 | Q 2

A bat emits an ultrasonic sound of frequency 0.25 MHz. Calculate the time in which one vibration is completed.

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Exercise - Practice Problems 2

Goyal Brothers Prakashan solutions for Class 9 A New Approach to ICSE Physics Part 1 Chapter 9 Sound Exercise - Practice Problems 2

Exercise - Practice Problems 2 | Q 1

The sonic boom of an aircraft has a time period of 0.00005s. Calculate the frequency of sound produced.

Exercise - Practice Problems 2 | Q 2

An electromagnetic wave has a time period of 4 × 10-8 s. Calculate its frequency in MHz.

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Exercise - Practice Problems 3

Goyal Brothers Prakashan solutions for Class 9 A New Approach to ICSE Physics Part 1 Chapter 9 Sound Exercise - Practice Problems 3

Exercise - Practice Problems 3 | Q 1

Ultraviolet radiation has a wavelength of 300Å. If the velocity of the electromagnetic wave is 3 × 108 ms-1. Calculate:

  1. frequency
  2. time period.
Exercise - Practice Problems 3 | Q 2

The wavelength of the vibrations produced on the surface of water is 2 cm. If the wave velocity is 16 ms-1, calculate:

  1. no. of waves produced in one second
  2. time required to produce one wave.
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Exercise - Practice Problems 4

Goyal Brothers Prakashan solutions for Class 9 A New Approach to ICSE Physics Part 1 Chapter 9 Sound Exercise - Practice Problems 4

Exercise - Practice Problems 4 | Q 1.1

A continuous progressive transverse wave of frequency 8 Hz moves across the surface of a ripple tank

With reference to the frequency, describe the movement of water on the surface

Exercise - Practice Problems 4 | Q 1.2

A continuous progressive transverse wave of frequency 8 Hz moves across the surface of a ripple tank

If the wavelength of the transverse wave is 32 mm, calculate the speed with which wave travels across the surface of the water.

Exercise - Practice Problems 4 | Q 2

A thin metal plate is placed against the teeth of cog wheel. Cog wheel is rotated at a speed of 120 rotations per minute and has 160 teeth. Calculate:

  1. frequency of node produced.
  2. speed of sound, if wavelength is 1.05 m.
  3. what will be the effect when the speed of cog wheel is doubled?
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Exercise - Practice Problems 5

Goyal Brothers Prakashan solutions for Class 9 A New Approach to ICSE Physics Part 1 Chapter 9 Sound Exercise - Practice Problems 5

Exercise - Practice Problems 5 | Q 1

A sound wave of wavelength 1/3 m has a frequency 996 Hz. Keeping the medium same, if frequency changes to 1328 Hz. Calculate

  1. velcoity of sound
  2. new wavelength.
Exercise - Practice Problems 5 | Q 2

Two tuning forks A and B of frequencies 256 Hz and 192 Hz respectively are vibrated in air. If the wavelength of A is 1.25 m, calculate the wavelength produced by B.

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Exercise - Practice Problems 6

Goyal Brothers Prakashan solutions for Class 9 A New Approach to ICSE Physics Part 1 Chapter 9 Sound Exercise - Practice Problems 6

Exercise - Practice Problems 6 | Q 1.1

The distance between one crest and one trough of a sea wave is 4.5 m. If the waves are produced at the rate of 240/min, calculate the time period.

Exercise - Practice Problems 6 | Q 1.2

The distance between one crest and one trough of a sea wave is 4.5 m. If the waves are produced at the rate of 240/min, calculate the wave velocity.

Exercise - Practice Problems 6 | Q 2

The distance between three consecutive crests of wave is 60 cm. If the waves are produced at the rate of 180/ min, calculate:

  1. wavelength
  2. time period
  3. wave velocity.
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Exercise - Practice Problems 7

Goyal Brothers Prakashan solutions for Class 9 A New Approach to ICSE Physics Part 1 Chapter 9 Sound Exercise - Practice Problems 7

Exercise - Practice Problems 7 | Q 1

The diagram given below shows a displacement distance graph of a wave. If the velocity of wave is 160 ms-1, calculate:

  1. wavelength
  2. frequency
  3. amplitude.

Exercise - Practice Problems 7 | Q 2

From diagram given below calculate:

  1. velocity of P and Q
  2. frequency of P, when frequency of Q is 512 Hz.

Assume that both wave are traveling in same medium.

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Chapter 9: Sound

Exercise - (A) Objective QuestionsExercise - (B) Subjective QuestionsExercise - Practice Problems 1Exercise - Practice Problems 2Exercise - Practice Problems 3Exercise - Practice Problems 4Exercise - Practice Problems 5Exercise - Practice Problems 6Exercise - Practice Problems 7
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Goyal Brothers Prakashan solutions for Class 9 A New Approach to ICSE Physics Part 1 chapter 9 - Sound

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