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Summative Assessment-1 2014-2015 
Science 
Class – IX 
 
 Time allowed: 3 hours                                Maximum Marks: 90 
 
 General Instructions: 
a) The question paper comprises of two Sections, A and B. You are to attempt both 
questions. 
b) All questions are compulsory. 
c) All questions of Section-A and all questions of Section-B are to be attempted separately. 
d) Question numbers 1 to 3 in Section-A are one marks questions. These are to be answered 
in one word or in one sentence 
e) Question numbers 4 to 6 in Section-A are two marks questions. These are to be answered 
in about 30 words each. 
f) Question numbers 7 to 18 in Section-A are three marks questions. These are to answered 
in about 50 words each. 
g) Question numbers 19 to 24 in Section-A are five marks questions. These are to be 
answered in about 70 words each. 
h) Question numbers 25 to 33 in Section-B are multiple choice questions based on practical 
skills. Each question is a one mark question. You are to select one most appropriate 
response out of the four provided to you. 
i) Question numbers 34 to 36 in Section-B are questions based on practical skills are two 
marks questions. 
 
 
Section A 
1. State two functions of the adipose tissue. 
2. In which case the magnitude of acceleration will be greater: when a car starts from rest or 
when the brakes are applied suddenly? 
3. A runner presses the ground with his feet before he starts his run. Identify the action and 
reaction in this situation. 
4. In which of the following substances you expect strongest and in which weakest force of 
attraction between the practices: alcohol, water, sodium chloride, carbon dioxide. Give 
reason for your answer. 
5. Draw a well labelled diagram of a prokaryotic cell. 
6. A ball is thrown up with a speed of 15 m/s. How high will it go before it begins to fall 
downwards (Take g=9.8 m/s
2
) 
7. You are provided with solution of substance ‘X’. How will you test whether it is saturated or 
unsaturated with respect to ‘X’ at a given temperature? What happens when a hot saturated 
solution is allowed to cool? 
8. Define boiling point. Write down the boiling point of water in celcius scale and Kelvin scale. 
9.  a)  Write any two differences between a chemical change and a physical change. 
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Summative Assessment-1 2014-2015 
Science 
Class – IX 
 
 Time allowed: 3 hours                                Maximum Marks: 90 
 
 General Instructions: 
a) The question paper comprises of two Sections, A and B. You are to attempt both 
questions. 
b) All questions are compulsory. 
c) All questions of Section-A and all questions of Section-B are to be attempted separately. 
d) Question numbers 1 to 3 in Section-A are one marks questions. These are to be answered 
in one word or in one sentence 
e) Question numbers 4 to 6 in Section-A are two marks questions. These are to be answered 
in about 30 words each. 
f) Question numbers 7 to 18 in Section-A are three marks questions. These are to answered 
in about 50 words each. 
g) Question numbers 19 to 24 in Section-A are five marks questions. These are to be 
answered in about 70 words each. 
h) Question numbers 25 to 33 in Section-B are multiple choice questions based on practical 
skills. Each question is a one mark question. You are to select one most appropriate 
response out of the four provided to you. 
i) Question numbers 34 to 36 in Section-B are questions based on practical skills are two 
marks questions. 
 
 
Section A 
1. State two functions of the adipose tissue. 
2. In which case the magnitude of acceleration will be greater: when a car starts from rest or 
when the brakes are applied suddenly? 
3. A runner presses the ground with his feet before he starts his run. Identify the action and 
reaction in this situation. 
4. In which of the following substances you expect strongest and in which weakest force of 
attraction between the practices: alcohol, water, sodium chloride, carbon dioxide. Give 
reason for your answer. 
5. Draw a well labelled diagram of a prokaryotic cell. 
6. A ball is thrown up with a speed of 15 m/s. How high will it go before it begins to fall 
downwards (Take g=9.8 m/s
2
) 
7. You are provided with solution of substance ‘X’. How will you test whether it is saturated or 
unsaturated with respect to ‘X’ at a given temperature? What happens when a hot saturated 
solution is allowed to cool? 
8. Define boiling point. Write down the boiling point of water in celcius scale and Kelvin scale. 
9.  a)  Write any two differences between a chemical change and a physical change. 
 
 
 
 
b) State one instance in which water undergoes a physical and one in which it undergoes a 
chemical change. 
10. Draw the diagram of smooth muscle cell and a sperm cell. Comment on the variety of shapes 
of cell by taking additional examples. 
11. List two characteristics of cork. How is it formed? Mention its role in trees. 
12. A black and a red suitcase were tied to the car roof. It takes 5 ropes to keep a black suitcase 
from falling down a car while turning and only two ropes to keep the red suitcase from 
falling down. What do you conclude about the relative weight of the two suitcases? Justify 
your answer on the basis of Newton’s Law of motion. Also state the Law. 
13. On a velocity-time graph, draw three lines/ curves to represent the motion of an object: 
a) Moving with uniform velocity. 
b) Moving with uniform acceleration. 
c) Moving with non-uniform acceleration. 
14. Find the gravitational force between the sun and the earth. 
The mass of the sun is 
24
2.0 10 × kg, and the mass of the earth is 
24
6.0 10 × kg. The distance 
between the sun and the earth is 
11
1.5 10
- × m. (G=
11
6.6 10
- ×
2 2
Nm kg
- ) 
15. A body can have zero average velocity but not zero average speed. Justify giving an example. 
16. What will we get- 
a) If rate of change of velocities of an object is multiplied by its mass? 
b) Velocity at any particular object is multiplied with its mass? 
c) Change of momentum is divided by time take for the change to occur? 
17. As we need food for development, plants also require nutrients, which it gets from air, water 
and soil. Deficiency of these nutrients affects growth and susceptibility to diseases. 
a) Name the nutrients supplied by air and water to the plant. 
b) What are macro nutrients and why are they called so? 
c) “Nature provides all the essentials for the plant growth and each component plays an 
important role.” Learning form nature mention two values that everyone in a family 
should imbibe. 
18. Name all the nutrients which are include in the ration (daily food requirement) for broilers. 
19.  a) Demonstrate with an activity that gases are highly compressible in nature. 
 b) Giver reasons for the following: 
(i) A gas exerts pressure on the walls of the container. 
(ii) A gas fills the vessels in which it is kept. 
20.  a) “Water is considered as a compound of Hydrogen and Oxygen and not a mixture of 
Hydrogen and Oxygen.” Comment on it. 
b) Differentiate between a compound and a mixture (any three points) 
21. Write four characteristics features of Parenchyma a tissues. How would you classify tissue 
based upon its specialized functions? What are these functions? 
22. Give reason: 
a) Value of ‘g’ is not constant on earth. 
b) Object with different masses take same time to fall from a fixed height. 
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Summative Assessment-1 2014-2015 
Science 
Class – IX 
 
 Time allowed: 3 hours                                Maximum Marks: 90 
 
 General Instructions: 
a) The question paper comprises of two Sections, A and B. You are to attempt both 
questions. 
b) All questions are compulsory. 
c) All questions of Section-A and all questions of Section-B are to be attempted separately. 
d) Question numbers 1 to 3 in Section-A are one marks questions. These are to be answered 
in one word or in one sentence 
e) Question numbers 4 to 6 in Section-A are two marks questions. These are to be answered 
in about 30 words each. 
f) Question numbers 7 to 18 in Section-A are three marks questions. These are to answered 
in about 50 words each. 
g) Question numbers 19 to 24 in Section-A are five marks questions. These are to be 
answered in about 70 words each. 
h) Question numbers 25 to 33 in Section-B are multiple choice questions based on practical 
skills. Each question is a one mark question. You are to select one most appropriate 
response out of the four provided to you. 
i) Question numbers 34 to 36 in Section-B are questions based on practical skills are two 
marks questions. 
 
 
Section A 
1. State two functions of the adipose tissue. 
2. In which case the magnitude of acceleration will be greater: when a car starts from rest or 
when the brakes are applied suddenly? 
3. A runner presses the ground with his feet before he starts his run. Identify the action and 
reaction in this situation. 
4. In which of the following substances you expect strongest and in which weakest force of 
attraction between the practices: alcohol, water, sodium chloride, carbon dioxide. Give 
reason for your answer. 
5. Draw a well labelled diagram of a prokaryotic cell. 
6. A ball is thrown up with a speed of 15 m/s. How high will it go before it begins to fall 
downwards (Take g=9.8 m/s
2
) 
7. You are provided with solution of substance ‘X’. How will you test whether it is saturated or 
unsaturated with respect to ‘X’ at a given temperature? What happens when a hot saturated 
solution is allowed to cool? 
8. Define boiling point. Write down the boiling point of water in celcius scale and Kelvin scale. 
9.  a)  Write any two differences between a chemical change and a physical change. 
 
 
 
 
b) State one instance in which water undergoes a physical and one in which it undergoes a 
chemical change. 
10. Draw the diagram of smooth muscle cell and a sperm cell. Comment on the variety of shapes 
of cell by taking additional examples. 
11. List two characteristics of cork. How is it formed? Mention its role in trees. 
12. A black and a red suitcase were tied to the car roof. It takes 5 ropes to keep a black suitcase 
from falling down a car while turning and only two ropes to keep the red suitcase from 
falling down. What do you conclude about the relative weight of the two suitcases? Justify 
your answer on the basis of Newton’s Law of motion. Also state the Law. 
13. On a velocity-time graph, draw three lines/ curves to represent the motion of an object: 
a) Moving with uniform velocity. 
b) Moving with uniform acceleration. 
c) Moving with non-uniform acceleration. 
14. Find the gravitational force between the sun and the earth. 
The mass of the sun is 
24
2.0 10 × kg, and the mass of the earth is 
24
6.0 10 × kg. The distance 
between the sun and the earth is 
11
1.5 10
- × m. (G=
11
6.6 10
- ×
2 2
Nm kg
- ) 
15. A body can have zero average velocity but not zero average speed. Justify giving an example. 
16. What will we get- 
a) If rate of change of velocities of an object is multiplied by its mass? 
b) Velocity at any particular object is multiplied with its mass? 
c) Change of momentum is divided by time take for the change to occur? 
17. As we need food for development, plants also require nutrients, which it gets from air, water 
and soil. Deficiency of these nutrients affects growth and susceptibility to diseases. 
a) Name the nutrients supplied by air and water to the plant. 
b) What are macro nutrients and why are they called so? 
c) “Nature provides all the essentials for the plant growth and each component plays an 
important role.” Learning form nature mention two values that everyone in a family 
should imbibe. 
18. Name all the nutrients which are include in the ration (daily food requirement) for broilers. 
19.  a) Demonstrate with an activity that gases are highly compressible in nature. 
 b) Giver reasons for the following: 
(i) A gas exerts pressure on the walls of the container. 
(ii) A gas fills the vessels in which it is kept. 
20.  a) “Water is considered as a compound of Hydrogen and Oxygen and not a mixture of 
Hydrogen and Oxygen.” Comment on it. 
b) Differentiate between a compound and a mixture (any three points) 
21. Write four characteristics features of Parenchyma a tissues. How would you classify tissue 
based upon its specialized functions? What are these functions? 
22. Give reason: 
a) Value of ‘g’ is not constant on earth. 
b) Object with different masses take same time to fall from a fixed height. 
 
 
 
 
c) ‘G’ is known as gravitational constant. 
23.  a) Draw a position-time graph and a speed-time graph for a ball thrown vertically upwards 
which comes to rest on reaching the ground. 
b) If a ball hits the ground with velocity ‘v’, it bounces back up with velocity ‘-v’. If such a ball 
is dropped from a height ‘h’ above the ground, how high will it bounce? Justify your answer. 
24.  a) Why are poultry birds and farm animals vaccinated? 
b) Why is it necessary to remove parasites from dairy animals? 
c) How do we identify a sick animal? 
d) Why proper cleaning of dairy animals and their shelter is necessary? 
 
Section B 
25. A student wants to test for the presence of metanil yellow adulterant in the given food 
material. What should he use from the following to obtain a positive result? 
a) Channadal and Iodine solution 
b) Potato and conc hydrochloric acid 
c) Potato and iodine solution 
26. The colour of Iodine solution is: 
a) Colourless 
b) Pink colour 
c) Blue-black 
d) Yellow-brown 
27. Sample ‘A’ is mixture of iron filings and Sulphur powder. Sample ‘B’ is a compound of Iron 
Sulphide. Reema was asked to study the effect of heat on both sample ‘A’ and ‘B’. Which of the 
following observations was incorrect? 
 
a) Yellow coloured Sulphur from sample ‘A’ starts melting. 
b) Sample ‘A’ mixture of Iron and Sulphur glows. 
c) No effect on heat on sample ‘B’. 
d) Color of sample ‘B’ changes from black to yellow. 
28. Which one of the following is not the property of a mixture? 
a) It is a heterogeneous 
b) It is a system of variable composition 
c) It is a system of constant composition 
d) Its components can be separated by physical methods 
29. Crystals of copper Sulphate are heated, they turn white. This colour is due to: 
a) Loss of copper ions 
b) Loss of Sulphate ions 
c) Decomposition of copper Sulphate 
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Summative Assessment-1 2014-2015 
Science 
Class – IX 
 
 Time allowed: 3 hours                                Maximum Marks: 90 
 
 General Instructions: 
a) The question paper comprises of two Sections, A and B. You are to attempt both 
questions. 
b) All questions are compulsory. 
c) All questions of Section-A and all questions of Section-B are to be attempted separately. 
d) Question numbers 1 to 3 in Section-A are one marks questions. These are to be answered 
in one word or in one sentence 
e) Question numbers 4 to 6 in Section-A are two marks questions. These are to be answered 
in about 30 words each. 
f) Question numbers 7 to 18 in Section-A are three marks questions. These are to answered 
in about 50 words each. 
g) Question numbers 19 to 24 in Section-A are five marks questions. These are to be 
answered in about 70 words each. 
h) Question numbers 25 to 33 in Section-B are multiple choice questions based on practical 
skills. Each question is a one mark question. You are to select one most appropriate 
response out of the four provided to you. 
i) Question numbers 34 to 36 in Section-B are questions based on practical skills are two 
marks questions. 
 
 
Section A 
1. State two functions of the adipose tissue. 
2. In which case the magnitude of acceleration will be greater: when a car starts from rest or 
when the brakes are applied suddenly? 
3. A runner presses the ground with his feet before he starts his run. Identify the action and 
reaction in this situation. 
4. In which of the following substances you expect strongest and in which weakest force of 
attraction between the practices: alcohol, water, sodium chloride, carbon dioxide. Give 
reason for your answer. 
5. Draw a well labelled diagram of a prokaryotic cell. 
6. A ball is thrown up with a speed of 15 m/s. How high will it go before it begins to fall 
downwards (Take g=9.8 m/s
2
) 
7. You are provided with solution of substance ‘X’. How will you test whether it is saturated or 
unsaturated with respect to ‘X’ at a given temperature? What happens when a hot saturated 
solution is allowed to cool? 
8. Define boiling point. Write down the boiling point of water in celcius scale and Kelvin scale. 
9.  a)  Write any two differences between a chemical change and a physical change. 
 
 
 
 
b) State one instance in which water undergoes a physical and one in which it undergoes a 
chemical change. 
10. Draw the diagram of smooth muscle cell and a sperm cell. Comment on the variety of shapes 
of cell by taking additional examples. 
11. List two characteristics of cork. How is it formed? Mention its role in trees. 
12. A black and a red suitcase were tied to the car roof. It takes 5 ropes to keep a black suitcase 
from falling down a car while turning and only two ropes to keep the red suitcase from 
falling down. What do you conclude about the relative weight of the two suitcases? Justify 
your answer on the basis of Newton’s Law of motion. Also state the Law. 
13. On a velocity-time graph, draw three lines/ curves to represent the motion of an object: 
a) Moving with uniform velocity. 
b) Moving with uniform acceleration. 
c) Moving with non-uniform acceleration. 
14. Find the gravitational force between the sun and the earth. 
The mass of the sun is 
24
2.0 10 × kg, and the mass of the earth is 
24
6.0 10 × kg. The distance 
between the sun and the earth is 
11
1.5 10
- × m. (G=
11
6.6 10
- ×
2 2
Nm kg
- ) 
15. A body can have zero average velocity but not zero average speed. Justify giving an example. 
16. What will we get- 
a) If rate of change of velocities of an object is multiplied by its mass? 
b) Velocity at any particular object is multiplied with its mass? 
c) Change of momentum is divided by time take for the change to occur? 
17. As we need food for development, plants also require nutrients, which it gets from air, water 
and soil. Deficiency of these nutrients affects growth and susceptibility to diseases. 
a) Name the nutrients supplied by air and water to the plant. 
b) What are macro nutrients and why are they called so? 
c) “Nature provides all the essentials for the plant growth and each component plays an 
important role.” Learning form nature mention two values that everyone in a family 
should imbibe. 
18. Name all the nutrients which are include in the ration (daily food requirement) for broilers. 
19.  a) Demonstrate with an activity that gases are highly compressible in nature. 
 b) Giver reasons for the following: 
(i) A gas exerts pressure on the walls of the container. 
(ii) A gas fills the vessels in which it is kept. 
20.  a) “Water is considered as a compound of Hydrogen and Oxygen and not a mixture of 
Hydrogen and Oxygen.” Comment on it. 
b) Differentiate between a compound and a mixture (any three points) 
21. Write four characteristics features of Parenchyma a tissues. How would you classify tissue 
based upon its specialized functions? What are these functions? 
22. Give reason: 
a) Value of ‘g’ is not constant on earth. 
b) Object with different masses take same time to fall from a fixed height. 
 
 
 
 
c) ‘G’ is known as gravitational constant. 
23.  a) Draw a position-time graph and a speed-time graph for a ball thrown vertically upwards 
which comes to rest on reaching the ground. 
b) If a ball hits the ground with velocity ‘v’, it bounces back up with velocity ‘-v’. If such a ball 
is dropped from a height ‘h’ above the ground, how high will it bounce? Justify your answer. 
24.  a) Why are poultry birds and farm animals vaccinated? 
b) Why is it necessary to remove parasites from dairy animals? 
c) How do we identify a sick animal? 
d) Why proper cleaning of dairy animals and their shelter is necessary? 
 
Section B 
25. A student wants to test for the presence of metanil yellow adulterant in the given food 
material. What should he use from the following to obtain a positive result? 
a) Channadal and Iodine solution 
b) Potato and conc hydrochloric acid 
c) Potato and iodine solution 
26. The colour of Iodine solution is: 
a) Colourless 
b) Pink colour 
c) Blue-black 
d) Yellow-brown 
27. Sample ‘A’ is mixture of iron filings and Sulphur powder. Sample ‘B’ is a compound of Iron 
Sulphide. Reema was asked to study the effect of heat on both sample ‘A’ and ‘B’. Which of the 
following observations was incorrect? 
 
a) Yellow coloured Sulphur from sample ‘A’ starts melting. 
b) Sample ‘A’ mixture of Iron and Sulphur glows. 
c) No effect on heat on sample ‘B’. 
d) Color of sample ‘B’ changes from black to yellow. 
28. Which one of the following is not the property of a mixture? 
a) It is a heterogeneous 
b) It is a system of variable composition 
c) It is a system of constant composition 
d) Its components can be separated by physical methods 
29. Crystals of copper Sulphate are heated, they turn white. This colour is due to: 
a) Loss of copper ions 
b) Loss of Sulphate ions 
c) Decomposition of copper Sulphate 
 
 
 
 
d) Loss of water of crystallization 
30. The mounting medium used in the temporary mount of tissue is: 
a) Alcohol 
b) Glycerin 
c) Vaseline 
d) Water 
31. In striped muscle, nuclei are present: 
a) In periphery 
b) At the centre 
c) Equally distributed in the centre and periphery 
d) Diffused 
32. The components of a mixture can be separated by using: 
a) Physical method 
b) Chemical method 
c) Cannot be separated 
d) Electrical method 
33. Two bodies when placed in contact exert forces parallel to the surface of contact. This force is 
called: 
a) Normal forces 
b) Contact force 
c) Gravitational force 
d) Frictional force 
34. State the method by which we can prepare colloid of starch. 
35. While doing and experiment to determine the boiling point of water, a student heated water 
in beaker and observed that when water starts boiling the temperature remains constant. 
State reason. Where does the heat energy go? 
36. If ‘X’ is the initial mass of the raisins and ‘Y’ is the final mass of raisins after soaking in water. 
Calculate the percentage of water absorbed by raisins. 
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1. What is the CBSE Class 9 Science SA-1 exam?
Ans. The CBSE Class 9 Science SA-1 exam refers to the Science assessment conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for students in Class 9. It is the first term examination of the academic year and assesses students' knowledge and understanding of various scientific concepts.
2. What is the syllabus for the CBSE Class 9 Science SA-1 exam?
Ans. The syllabus for the CBSE Class 9 Science SA-1 exam includes topics such as Matter - Its Nature and Behavior, Organization in the Living World, Motion, Force and Laws of Motion, Gravitation, Work and Energy, Sound, and Natural Resources.
3. How can I prepare effectively for the CBSE Class 9 Science SA-1 exam?
Ans. To prepare effectively for the CBSE Class 9 Science SA-1 exam, students should focus on understanding the concepts thoroughly. They should study from the prescribed textbook, take notes, solve sample papers and previous year question papers, and practice numerical problems. Regular revision and self-assessment are also important for better preparation.
4. Are there any important tips for scoring well in the CBSE Class 9 Science SA-1 exam?
Ans. Yes, here are some important tips for scoring well in the CBSE Class 9 Science SA-1 exam: - Understand the concepts and theories thoroughly. - Practice numerical problems and diagrams regularly. - Make a study schedule and stick to it. - Solve sample papers and previous year question papers to get familiar with the exam pattern. - Revise regularly and clarify doubts with teachers or classmates. - Stay calm and focused during the exam.
5. How is the CBSE Class 9 Science SA-1 exam graded?
Ans. The CBSE Class 9 Science SA-1 exam is graded on a nine-point grading scale. The grades range from A1 (highest) to E2 (lowest). The grading system is based on the overall performance of the student in the exam, taking into account their scores in both theory and practical components, if applicable.
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