Free CBSE Class 9 Science1 Force and laws of motion Worksheets

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Sample CBSE Class 9 Science1 Force and laws of motion Worksheet Questions

1.
What are the two factors that determine the momentum of the body?
2.
Why does an athlete run for some distance before taking a long jump?
3.
Why does a fielder in cricket pulls his hands backwards after taking a catch?
4.
How a karate player breaks a slab of ice with a single blow?
5.
What is the working principle behind the propulsion of a rocket?
6.
Why is the acceleration of the gun much less than the acceleration of the bullet when the gun is fired?
7.
Why does a swimmer push water backwards with his hands, in order to swim in forward direction?
8.
A spring scale reads 10N as it pulls a body of 5 kg. Calculate the magnitude of force exerted by the body on the spring scale.
9.
State True/False: SI unit of force is dyne.
1. 1.0 2. 0.0
10.
State True/False: Force can make a stationary body in motion
1. 2 2. 0.0

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