Sound, Science, Class 9 - Test


10 Questions MCQ Test Class 9 Science by VP Classes | Sound, Science, Class 9 - Test


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QUESTION: 1

A wave in slinky travelled to and fro in 5 sec the length of the slinky is 5 m. The velocity of wave is

Solution:
As the wave moves to and fro so the total distance will be d=2x5=10 m

we have
time (t) = 5 s

hence velocity will be =2 m/s
QUESTION: 2

Loud sound can travel a larger distance, due to

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QUESTION: 3

Which characteristic is this? We can distinguish between sound having the same pitch and loudness.

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QUESTION: 4

Speed of sound depends upon

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QUESTION: 5

 Speed (v), wavelength (λ) and frequency (ν) of sound are related as

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The time taken by the wave for one complete oscillation of the density or pressure of the medium is called the time period, T. The speed v, frequency ν, and wavelength λ, of sound are related by the equation, v = λν.

QUESTION: 6

To hear a distinct echo the time interval between the original sound and the reflected sound must be

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QUESTION: 7

Reverberation of sound is used in

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QUESTION: 8

Children under the age of 5 can hear upto

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QUESTION: 9

Dolphins, bats and porpoise use

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QUESTION: 10

The part of human ear that converts sound vibrations into electrical signals are

Solution: The eardrum converts sound into vibration and cochlea receive the vibrationnow the cochlea has to send the message to the brains. since brain can'tunderstand vibration cochlea converts soundvibration to the electrical signal which makes the brain easy to read.