CBSE Class 9 Science SA2 Sample Paper 2013 (2)

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SAMPLE QUESTIONS

SCIENCE (086)

CLASS – IX

S.A. – II (2012-13)

Que. 1 Find the ratio by mass of the elements present in molecule of ammonia (NH3).Given that, atomic mass N=14, H=1

Que. 2 Write the electronic configuration of an element whose atomic number is 12.

Que. 3 A student picks up four books from the floor, walks across the room through some distance with the books at the same height and then keeps these books at the new place. In which of these sequence of actions work is said to be performed ?

Que. 4 A body is fully immersed in water to a depth of 2m, 4m and then 5 m, in turn. Will the loss in its weight be equal or different in three cases? If different, in which case will it be least ?

ANSWER KEY

Ans. 1 N : N (Ratio by mass) 1

   14 : 3 x 1 14 : 3

Ans.2 K , L , M 1

  2 , 8 , 2

Ans. 3 When the student is picking up books from the floor in the beginning.

Ans.4 Equal SA I

Que. 5 Calculate the number of moles for 60g of He (finding mole from mass). Given, atomic mass of He = 4u

Que. 6 Write chemical formulae of

   (i)Hydrogen sulphide (ii) Iron s(II) chloride

Que. 7List any two practices you would like to follow in order to maintain good health.

Que. 8 The volume of a body of mass 50 g is 20 cm3. If the density of water is taken as 1 gcm-3, will the substance float or sink in water? Why?

Que. 9 Which wave characteristics determine the

    (a) Loudness (b) pitch of sound? Draw two different waveforms and mark these characteristics on it.

ANSWER KEY

Ans. 5 Atomic mass of He = 4 u (2) Molar mass of He = 4g Given mass m 60

    Thus, number of moles = -------------------- = n = ----- = ------- = 15

     Molar mass M 4

Ans. 6 (i) H2S (ii) FeCl2 (1+1)

Ans. 7 Balanced diet, personal and community hygiene, congenial environment (any two) (1+1)

Ans. 8 It will sink. The weight of the body is greater than the weight of water displaced by it.

Ans. 9 (a) amplitude (b) Frequency

Que. 10 List any three distinguishing features between the models of an atom proposed by J.J Thomson and Ernest Rutherford.

Que. 11 Calculate the mass percentage of oxygen present in the following compounds and state the law of chemical combination associated. Given, H=1, O=16.

           (i) Water (H2O) and (ii) Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2)

Que. 12 List in tabular form, three distinguishing features of dicot plants with monocot plants.

Que. 13 State the meaning of immunisation. Mention the principle on which it is based. List two diseases for which vaccines are provided under public health program.

Que.14 (a) Give one example of each of the following:

            (i) Small mass but high kinetic energy (i) Large mass but low kinetic energy

            (b) Prove mathematically that the total mechanical energy of a freely falling body in air is conserved.

Que.15 Write full form of acronym SONAR. Explain how the method of echo-ranging is used to determine the depth of sea.


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