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Chapter 1: Physical Quantities and Measurement

Objective QuestionsShort/Long Answer QuestionsNumericals

Selina solutions for Concise Physics Class 7 ICSE Chapter 1 Physical Quantities and Measurement Exercise Objective Questions

Objective Questions | Q 1.1

Write true or false for a given statement

The S.I. unit of volume is the liter.

  • True

  • False

Objective Questions | Q 1.2

Write true or false for a given statement

A measuring beaker of capacity 200 ml can measure only the volume. 200 ml of a liquid.

  • True

  • False

Objective Questions | Q 1.3

Write true or false for a given statement

cm2 is a smaller unit of area than m2

  • True

  • False

Objective Questions | Q 1.4

Write true or false for a given statement

Equal volumes of two different substances have equal masses.

  • True

  • False

Objective Questions | Q 1.5

Write true or false for a given statement

The S.I. unit of density is g cm-3.

  • True

  • False

Objective Questions | Q 1.6

Write true or false for a given statement

1 g cm-3 = 1000 kg m-3.

  • True

  • False

Objective Questions | Q 1.7

Write true or false for a given statement.

The density of water is maximum at 4°C.

  • True

  • False

Objective Questions | Q 1.8

Write true or false for a given statement.

The speed 5 ms-1 is less than 25 km h-1.

  • True

  • False

Objective Questions | Q 1.9

Write true or false for a given statement.

The S.I. unit of speed is ms-1.

  • True

  • False

Objective Questions | Q 2.1

Fill in the blank

 l m3 =..........cm3

Objective Questions | Q 2.2

Fill in the blank

The volume of an irregular solid is determined by the method of _____

Objective Questions | Q 2.3

Fill in the blank

Volume of a cube = _________

Objective Questions | Q 2.4

 Fill in the blank

The area of an irregular lamina is measured by using a _______

Objective Questions | Q 2.5

 Fill in the blank

Mass = density × _______

Objective Questions | Q 2.6

Fill in the blank

The S.I. unit of density is _______

Objective Questions | Q 2.7

Fill in the blank

1 g cm-3 = _______ kg m-3.

Objective Questions | Q 2.8

Fill in the blank

36 km h-1 = _______ ms-1.

Objective Questions | Q 2.9

 Fill in the blank

 Distance travelled d = ________ × time t

Objective Questions | Q 3

Match the following:

Column A  Column B
1.Volume of a liquid   1. kg `m^-3`
2. Area of a leaf  2. `m^3`
3. S.I. unit of volume  3. graph paper 
4. S.I. unit of density  4. m `s^-1`
5. S.I.unit of speed  5. measuring cylinder
Objective Questions | Q 4.1

 Select the correct alternative 

 One litre is equal to :

  • 1 cm-3

  • 1 m3

  • 10-3  cm3

  • 10-3 m3

Objective Questions | Q 4.2

Select the correct alternative 

A metallic piece displaces water of volume 15 ml. The volume of piece is :

  • 15 cm

  • 15 m 3

  • 15 × 103 cm3

  • 15 × 103 cm

Objective Questions | Q 4.3

Select the correct alternative 

A piece of paper of dimensions 1.5 m x 20 cm has area :

  • 30 m2 

  • 300 cm2

  • 0.3 m2 

  • 3000 m3 

Objective Questions | Q 4.4

Select the correct alternative 

The correct relation is :

  • d = M × V

  • M = d × V 

  • V = d × M

  • d = M + V

Objective Questions | Q 4.5

Select the correct alternative 

The density of alcohol is 0.8 g cm-3. In S.I. unit, it will be :

  • 0.8 kg m-3 

  • 0.0008 kg m-3 

  • 800 kg m-3

  • 8 x 103 kg m-3

Objective Questions | Q 4.6

 Select the correct alternative 

The density of aluminium is 2.7 g cm-3 and of brass is 8.4 g cm-3. For the same mass, the volume of:

  • both will be same

  • aluminium will be less than that of brass

  • aluminium will be more than that of brass

  • nothing can be said.

Objective Questions | Q 4.7

Select the correct alternative 

 A block of wood of density 0.8 g cm-3 has a volume of 60 cm3. The mass of block will be :

  • 60.8 g

  • 75 g

  •  48 g

  • 0.013 

Objective Questions | Q 4.8

Select the correct alternative 

The correct relation for speed is

  • Speed = distance x time

  • speed = distance / time

  • speed = time / distance

  • speed = 1 / distance x time

Objective Questions | Q 4.9

Select the correct alternative 

A boy travels a distance 150 m in 1 minute. His speed is

  •  150 m s-1

  • 2.5 m s-1

  • 25 m s-1

  • 9 m s-1 

Selina solutions for Concise Physics Class 7 ICSE Chapter 1 Physical Quantities and Measurement Exercise Short/Long Answer Questions

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 1

Define the term volume of an object.

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 2

State and define the S.I. unit of volume.

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 3

State two smaller units of volume. How are they related to the S.I. unit?

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 4

How will you determine the volume of a cuboid ? Write the formula you will use.

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 5

Name two devices which are used to measure the volume of an object. Draw their neat diagrams.

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 6

How can you determine the volume of an irregular solid (say a piece of brass) ? Describe in steps with neat diagrams.

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 7

You are required to take out 200 ml of milk from a bucket full of milk. How will you do it ?

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 8

Describe the method in steps to find the area of an irregular lamina using a graph paper.

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 9

Define the term density of a substance.

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 10

State the S.I. and C.G.S. units of density. How are they inte related ?

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 11

‘The density of brass is 8.4 g cm’3’. What do you mean by the statement ?

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 12

Arrange the following substances in order of their increasing density:
(a) iron
(b) cork
(c) brass
(d) water
(e) mercury

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 13.1

How does the density of water changes when  it is heated from 0°C to 4°C,

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 13.2

How does the density of water changes when it is heated from 4°C to 10°C ?

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 14

Write the density of water at 4°C.

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 15

Explain the meaning of the term speed.

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 16

Write the S.I. unit of speed.

Short/Long Answer Questions | Q 17

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 ?

Selina solutions for Concise Physics Class 7 ICSE Chapter 1 Physical Quantities and Measurement Exercise Numericals

Numericals | Q 1

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.

Numericals | Q 2

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.

Numericals | Q 3

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

Numericals | Q 4

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

Numericals | Q 5

Find the approximate area of an irregular lamina of which boundary line is drawn on the graph paper shown in fig. 1.16. below.

Numericals | Q 6

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.

Numericals | Q 7

The mass of an iron ball is 312 g. The density of iron is 7.8 g cm-3. Find the volume of the ball.

Numericals | Q 8

A cork has a volume 25 cm3. The density of cork is 0.25 g cm-3. Find the mass of cork.

Numericals | Q 9

The mass of 5 litre of water is 5 kg. Find the density of water in g cm-3.

Numericals | Q 10

A cubical tank of side 1 m is filled with 800 kg of a liquid. Find:
(i) the volume of tank,
(ii) the density of liquid in kg m-3.

Numericals | Q 11

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.

Numericals | Q 12.1

The mass of a lead piece is 115 g. When it is immersed into a measuring cylinder, the water level rises from 20 ml mark to 30 ml mark. 
Find the volume of the lead piece.

Numericals | Q 12.2

The mass of a lead piece is 115 g. When it is immersed into a measuring cylinder, the water level rises from 20 ml mark to 30 ml mark ,
Find the density of the lead in kg m-3.

Numericals | Q 13

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

Numericals | Q 14.1

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

Numericals | Q 14.2

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

Numericals | Q 15

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

Numericals | Q 16

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

Numericals | Q 17

Express 36 km h-1 in m s-1

Numericals | Q 18

Express 15 m s-1 in km h-1.

Chapter 1: Physical Quantities and Measurement

Objective QuestionsShort/Long Answer QuestionsNumericals
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Concepts covered in Concise Physics Class 7 ICSE chapter 1 Physical Quantities and Measurement are Measurement of Volume (3d Concept), Concept of Unit Volume, Measurement of Area, Estimate the Area of Irregular Shape Using a Graph Paper, Measurement of Densiy of Regular Solids - Basic Concept, Measurement of Density of Regular Solids - Formula, Concept of Physical Quantities and Measurement.

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