Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10

Class 10: Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10

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Class-X

Time: 120 Minutes
M.M: 40

General Instructions:
Read the following instructions very carefully and strictly follow them:

  1. All questions are compulsory. 
  2. The question paper has three sections and 15 questions. 
  3. Section–A has 7 questions of 2 marks each; Section–B has 6 questions of 3 marks each; and Section–C has 2 case based questions of 4 marks each. 
  4. Internal choices have been provided in some questions. A student has to attempt only one of the alternatives in such questions.
Section - A

Q.1. Carbon has the unique property to form bonds with other atoms of carbon.
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10(a) Why does carbon exhibits the property of catenation to maximum extent ?
(b) With a valency of 4, how is carbon able to attain noble gas configuration in its compounds.
 

(a) Due to strong C—C bond or covalent nature of bond.

(b) By sharing its four valence electrons with other elements, carbon attains stable noble gas configuration.


Q.2. An element ‘E’ has following electronic configuration:
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10
(a) To which group and period of the periodic table does element ‘E’ belongs?
(b) State the number of valence electrons and valency present in element ‘E’.

(a) ‘E’ belongs to group 16 and 3rd period.
(b) It has 6 valence electrons. Its valency is equal to 2.


Q.3. Fertilization can be defined as the fusion of the male gametes (pollen) with the female gametes (ovum) to form a diploid zygote. It is a physicochemical process which occurs after the pollination. The complete series of this process takes place in the zygote to develop into a seed.
(a) What is the fate of the ovules and the ovary in a flower after fertilization? 
(b) How is the process of pollination different from fertilization? 

(a) After fertilization, ovules become seeds and ovaries form the fruit.
(b) Pollination is the transfer of pollen grains from anther to the stigma of a flower. ½ Fertilization is the fusion of male and female gametes. 


Q.4. In an experiment, Aashi took a small piece of root tissue from the rose plant and placed it in a nutrient medium. She found that each root tissue produced a new rose plant.
(a) Name the reproductive process involved in the process.
(b) Is the gene possessed by the new rose plant identical or different from the parent plant? 

(a) The reproductive process involved is called as Tissue culture.

(b) The new rose plant has the genes which are identical to the parent plant.


Q.5. In an experiment by Mendel on a pea plant, the trait of flowers bearing purple colour (PP) is dominant over white colour (pp).
(a) Explain the inheritance pattern of F1 and F2 with the help of a cross following the rules of inheritance of traits. 
(b) State the visible characters of F1 and F2 progenies.
OR
While performing an experiment on pea plants, Mendel crossed tall pea plants and short pea plants and produced F1 progeny through cross fertilisation. 
(a) What type of progeny was obtained by Mendel in F1 and F2 generations when he crossed the tall and short plants? 
(b) Write the ratio he obtained in F2 generation plants.

(a) Let purple trait be represented by: PP and White trait be: pp
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(b) In F1 progeny: All flowers are purple coloured and in F2 progenies: 3 are purple coloured and 1 is white coloured flower.
OR
(a) F1 – All  tall: F2- Tall and short
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(b) Phenotypic ratio: 3 Tall: 1 short
Genotypic ratio: 1 Pure Tall (TT): 2 Hybrid (Tt): 1 Pure short (tt)


Q.6. Charged particle enters at right angle into a uniform magnetic field as shown. What should be the nature of charge on the particle if it begins to move in a direction pointing vertically out of the page due to its interaction with the magnetic field? State the rule used to find it.
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10

OR
Study the given diagram. 
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10

(a) Identify the diagram and write the principle involved in its working. 
(b) What is the function of brushes and split rings in it? 

Using Fleming’s left hand rule, the nature of charged particle is positive.
Fleming’s left hand rule: Fleming's left hand rule states that if we stretch the thumb, middle finger and the index finger of the left hand is such a way that, they make an angle of 90° to each other then the middle finger represents the direction of current, index finger represents the direction of magnetic field, the direction of motion of the conductor is represented by the thumb.
OR
(a) The given picture is of a simple electric motor.
Principle of working of electric motor: A coil carrying electric current placed in an external magnetic field experiences a force.
(b) Function of brushes: It helps in easy transfer of charge between the coil and the external circuit.
Function of split rings: It reverses the direction of current after each half rotation of the coil so that the coil can keep rotating continuously.


Q.7. 
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10Researchers conducted a study on the occurrence of DDT along food chains in an ecosystem. The concentration of DDT in various trophic level was found to be as shown in the figure. Explain how the biomagnification of DDT has affected the bird population?
OR
In the morning news, Rohit, a student of Class 10 heard that the mountain of garbage in Delhi, suddenly exploded and various vehicles got buried under it. Several people were also injured and there was traffic jam all around.
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10Next day, the teacher also discussed this issue and asked the students to find out a solution to the problem of garbage.
(a) Suggest any one measure to manage the garbage we produce.
(b) As an individual, what can we do to generate the least garbage? Explain with at least one point.

Bio-magnification of DDT leads to an increase in its concentration at the higher trophic level and its higher concentration in birds leads to the disturbance in their calcium metabolism. This causes the premature breaking of eggs in birds due to thinning of eggshell. Thus, the bio-magnification of DDT leads to a decrease in bird population.
OR
(a)
Incineration/Waste compaction/Biogas generation/Composting/Segregation and safe disposal/ Vermicomposting.
(b) (i) Reuse of empty bottles, books, etc.
(ii) Reduce the use of non-biodegradable substances like polythene, thermocol, etc. 

Section - B

Q.8. The position of three elements A, B and C in the Periodic Table is shown below:
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10

Giving reasons, explain the following:
(a) Element A is non-metal.
(b) Atom of element B has a larger size than atom of element C.
(c) Element C has a valency of 1.

(a) 'A' is non-metal because it can gain one electron easily as it has 7 valence electrons in its outermost shell. It requires one electron to attain stable noble gas configuration. Thus, it forms negative ion with stable electronic configuration.
(b) It is because ‘B’ has lesser atomic number, less nuclear charge, less force of attraction between valence electrons and nucleus therefore, B has larger atomic size than C.
(c) Element ‘C ’ has 7 valence electrons. It can gain one electron to attain stable noble gas configuration. So, its valency is equal to one.


Q.9. Draw the structures of the following compounds and identify the functional group present in them:
(a) Butanoic acid 
(b) Bromopropane 
(c) Butyne
OR
Write the molecular formula of the following compounds and draw their electron-dot structures:
(a) Ethane 
(b) Ethene 
(c) Ethyne

(a)
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10

Functional group
Carboxylic group - COOH
(b)
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10

Functional group
Halogen atom - Br
(c)

Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10

Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10
OR
(a)
Ethane : C2H6
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10(b) Ethene : C2H4
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10(c) Ethyne : C2H2
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10


Q.10. In humans, there is a 50% probability of the birth of a boy and 50% probability that a girt will be born. Justify the statement on the basis of the mechanism of sex-determinants in human beings.

In humans beings, the genes inherited from the parents decide whether it will be a boy or girl. Women have a perfect pair of sex chromosome (XX). But, men have a mixmatched pair (XY). All children will inherit an X chromosome from their mother regardless of whether they are boys or girts. Thus, the sex of the children will be determined by what they inherit from their father. A child who inherits an X-chromosome from her father will be a girl, and who in herits a Y-chromosome from him will be a boy. 


Q.11. (a) List the factors on which the resistance of a conductor depends. 
(b) Why are metals good conductors of electricity whereas glass is a bad conductor of electricity ?

(a) Factors on which resistance of a conductor depends:
(i) Length of conductor [or R ∝ l]
(ii) Area of cross-section of the conductor
[or R ∝ (l/A)]
(b) Metals are good conductor of electricity – as they have low resistivity/have free electrons. Glass is a bad conductor of electricity – as it has high resistivity/ have no free electrons.


Q.12. An electric lamp whose resistance is 20 Ω and a conductor of 4 Ω resistances are connected to a 6 V battery as shown in the diagram below. Calculate the total resistance of the circuit, the current through the circuit and the potential difference across the electric lamp and the conductor.
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10OR
Consider the following circuit diagram. If R1 = R2 = R3 = R4 = R5 = 3 Ω, find the equivalent resistance (Req) of the circuit.

Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10

Since the lamp and conductor are in series, total resistance in the circuit,
RS = R1 + R2
= 20 Ω + 4 Ω = 24 Ω
Current through the circuit,
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Potential difference across the lamp,
V1 = IR1 = 0.25 A × 20 Ω = 5V
Potential difference across the conductor,
V2 = IR2 = 0.25 A × 4 Ω = 1 V
OR
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Given: R1 = R2 = R= R= R5 = 3 Ω
In circuit, R2 and R3 are connected in series,
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10 = R2 + R3
= 3 + 3 = 6 Ω
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10 and R4 are in parallel connection
Class 10 Science: CBSE Sample Question Paper- Term II (2021-22) - 2 Notes | Study CBSE Sample Papers For Class 10 - Class 10
= 1/6 + 1/3 = 1/2
∴ RP = 2 Ω
Now, R1, RP and R5 are in series connection. So equivalent resistance of the circuit is
Req = R1 + RP + R5
= 3 + 2 + 3 = 8 Ω


Q.13. You have been selected to talk on 'ozone layer and its protection' in the school assembly on ‘Environment Day‘.
(a) Why should ozone layer be protected to save the environment?
(b) List any two ways that you would focus upon in your talk to bring awareness amongst your fellow friends that would also help in protection of ozone layer as well as the environment.

(a) Because Ozone layer protects/shields the earth from harmful UV radiations of the sun.
(b) (i) Conducting poster making competition highlighting effects of ozone layer depletion.
(ii) Conducting street plays highlighting the ways of environment protection.
Detailed Answer:
(a)
Ozone layer helps in shielding the Earth from the harmful UV radiations coming from sun. If ozone layer gets depleted, UV radiations can directly reach the earth's surface and drastically affect the life on earth.
(b) Ozone layer can be protected by:
(i) Stopping the release of chlorofluorocarbon.
(ii) Removing the pollutant nitrogen monoxide.
(iii) Reduce the usage of air conditioners.

Section - C

This section has 02 case-based questions (14 and 15). Each case is followed by 03 sub-questions (a), (b) and (c). Parts (a) and (b) are compulsory. However, an internal choice has been provided in part (c).
Q.14. A blue colour flower plant denoted by BB is cross bred with that of white colour flower plant denoted by bb.
(a) State the colour of flower you would expect in their F1 generation plants.
(b) What must be the percentage of white flower plants in F2 generation if flowers of F1 plants are self-pollinated? State the expected ratio of the genotypes BB and Bb in the F2 progeny.
(c) State the type of plants which are not found in F1 generation but reappeared in F2 generation. Write the reason for the same.
OR
How dominant and recessive traits are different from each other?

(a) The colour of all the flowers in F1 generation will be blue.
(b) Percentage of white flower plants in F2 generation will be 25. The ratio of genotype BB and Bb in F2 progeny will be 1:2.
(c) White flower.
Reason: Being a recessive trait, white flower can only be expressed in the recessive homozygous condition or in the absence of dominant trait.
OR
Dominant trait: The character which gets expressed in the presence of its contrasting form is termed as dominant trait.
Recessive Trait: The trait which remains unexpressed in the presence of its contrasting form is called recessive trait.
Cross:
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Q.15. Sanjana placed a current carrying long straight conductor PQ perpendicular to the plane of the paper as shown in the figure below. R and S are the two points at distance r1 and r2 from it. Based on the given diagram, answer the questions given below:
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(a) Find the directions of the magnetic fields produced by it at points R and S?
(b) Given r1 > r2, where will the strength of the magnetic field be larger? Give reasons.
(c) If the polarity of the battery connected to the wire is reversed, how would the direction of the magnetic field is changed? Give reason.
OR
Explain the rule that is used to find the direction of the magnetic field for a straight current carrying conductor.

(a) The magnetic field lines produced will be in anti-clockwise direction on the plane of the paper.
(b) Field at S > Field at R. Magnetic field strength for a straight current carrying conductor is inversely proportional to the distance from the wire.
(c) The current will be going from top to bottom in the wire and the magnetic field lines are now in the clockwise direction on the plane of the paper.
OR
Right hand thumb rule: The thumb is aligned to the direction of the current and the   direction in which the fingers are wrapped around the wire will give the direction of the magnetic field.

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