CBSE Class 10 Science Sample Paper 2013 Set H

Read and download PDF of CBSE Class 10 Science Sample Paper 2013 Set H designed as per the latest curriculum and examination pattern for Class 10 issued by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. The latest Class 10 Science Sample Papers have been provided with solutions so that the students can solve these practice papers and then compare their answers. This will help them to identify mistakes and improvement areas in Science Standard 10 which they need to study more to get better marks in Grade 10 exams. After solving these guess papers also refer to solved Class 10 Science Question Papers available on our website to build strong understanding of the subject

Science Sample Paper Class 10 2013

Students can refer to the below Class 10 Science Sample Paper designed to help students understand the pattern of questions that will be asked in Grade 10 exams. Please download CBSE Class 10 Science Sample Paper 2013 Set H

Science Class 10 Sample Paper 2013


1] Name the hormone that controls the rate of respiration. Also name the part of the brain responsible for controlling respiration.

2] Why is it advised not to use copper or brass vessels to store pickles or curd?

3] Which is having more resistance: A 100 W bulb or a 60 W bulb?

4] Write the balance chemical equation for the chemical reaction between Manganese dioxide and Aluminium powder. What happens if Manganese powder is heated with Aluminium oxide?

5] A white powder is added while baking breads and cakes to make them soft and flufWhat is the name of the powder? What are the main ingredients in it? What are thefunctions of each ingredient?

6] Write any two causes that may damage the kidney of a person.

7] Explain the significance of peristaltic movement that occurs all along the gut during digestion.

8] You are given two solar cookers, one with a plane mirror as reflector and the other with concave mirror as reflector. Which one is more efficient? Give reason for your answer. State one more use of concave mirror.

9]State the law that relates current through a conductor and the potential difference between its ends. Represent the law mathematically. Represent graphically, the variation of current I as a function of potential difference V. 


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