Science Past Year Paper SA-1(Set -5) - 2016, Class 9, CBSE

# Science Past Year Paper SA-1(Set -5) - 2016, Class 9, CBSE - Extra Documents & Tests for Class 9

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BPQ1I46
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I, 2016-17Q
SCIENCE
CLASS-IX
Time Allowed: 3 hours  Maximum Marks: 90
General Instructions:
1. The question paper comprises of two sections, A and B. You are to attempt both the sections.
2. All questions are compulsory
3. All questions of Sections-A and all questions of sections-B are to be attempted separately.
4. Question numbers 1 to 3 in section-A are one mark questions. These are to be answered in one word
or in one sentence
5. Question numbers 4 to 6 in Section-A are two mark questions. These are to be answered in about 30
words each.
6. question number 7 to 18 in Section-A are three marks questions. These are to be answered in about
50 words each
7. Question numbers 19 to 24 in Section-A are five marks questions. These are to be answered in about
70 words each.
8. 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.
9. Question numbers 34 to 36 in Section-B are questions based on practical skills. Each question is of
two marks.
SECTION-A
1 In some organisms like bacteria, what is the undefined nuclear region containing only nucleic acid
called?
2 An electric train is moving with a velocity of m/s. How much distance will it travel in 30 s?
3 It the mass of a body and the force acting on it are both doubled, what happens to its acceleration?
4 What do the following observations about matter demonstrate about its physical nature?
(i) When we dissolve sugar in water the water level does not rise.
(ii) The smell of dettol can be detected even on repeated dilution.
5 What is the function of sieve tube cells and how are they designed to carry out their function?
6 A man weighs 600 N on the earth. What is his mass? (take
2
510 / g m s ). If he were taken to the moon
his weight would be 100 N. What is his mass on the moon? From these given values find the acceleration
due to gravity on the moon as compared to that on earth.
7 What do you mean by crystallization? how can we get pure copper sulphate from impure sample by
this process?
8 Is the interconversion of three states of matter possible? Illustrate with a schematic diagram.
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BPQ1I46
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I, 2016-17Q
SCIENCE
CLASS-IX
Time Allowed: 3 hours  Maximum Marks: 90
General Instructions:
1. The question paper comprises of two sections, A and B. You are to attempt both the sections.
2. All questions are compulsory
3. All questions of Sections-A and all questions of sections-B are to be attempted separately.
4. Question numbers 1 to 3 in section-A are one mark questions. These are to be answered in one word
or in one sentence
5. Question numbers 4 to 6 in Section-A are two mark questions. These are to be answered in about 30
words each.
6. question number 7 to 18 in Section-A are three marks questions. These are to be answered in about
50 words each
7. Question numbers 19 to 24 in Section-A are five marks questions. These are to be answered in about
70 words each.
8. 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.
9. Question numbers 34 to 36 in Section-B are questions based on practical skills. Each question is of
two marks.
SECTION-A
1 In some organisms like bacteria, what is the undefined nuclear region containing only nucleic acid
called?
2 An electric train is moving with a velocity of m/s. How much distance will it travel in 30 s?
3 It the mass of a body and the force acting on it are both doubled, what happens to its acceleration?
4 What do the following observations about matter demonstrate about its physical nature?
(i) When we dissolve sugar in water the water level does not rise.
(ii) The smell of dettol can be detected even on repeated dilution.
5 What is the function of sieve tube cells and how are they designed to carry out their function?
6 A man weighs 600 N on the earth. What is his mass? (take
2
510 / g m s ). If he were taken to the moon
his weight would be 100 N. What is his mass on the moon? From these given values find the acceleration
due to gravity on the moon as compared to that on earth.
7 What do you mean by crystallization? how can we get pure copper sulphate from impure sample by
this process?
8 Is the interconversion of three states of matter possible? Illustrate with a schematic diagram.
9 (a) Tyndall effect can be observed when sunlight passed through a canopy of dense forest. Explain it.
(b) Give any two examples of colloids.
10 Can a single cell live independently on its own? Explain by giving example.
11 Write six functions of the epithelial tissue.
12 What type of force is acting in the cases given above?
13 (i) suppose a planet exists whose mass and radius both are one – half of the value of earth.
calculate the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of this planet.
(ii) What is the acceleration produced in a freely falling body of mass 10kg (neglect air resistance.)
14 A particle moves over three quarters of circle of radius r cm. Calculate the magnitude of its distance
and displacement.
15 List two differences in tabular form between distance and displacement. When is a body said to have
uniform motion?
16 Describe an activity with diagram to explain conservation of momentum.
17 Dunichand was good in studies and his parents wanted him to continue further. When he came to the
village during vacation he persuaded villagers saw tremendous increase in the yield.
(i) Why the modern methods of irrigation are better than the traditional ones?
(ii) What is meant by genetically modified seeds?
(iii) What values of dunichand are exhibited by his behavior?
18 Give two example of each case:
(a) Exotic breeds of cow
(b) Indigenous breeds of cow
(c) Indigenous and exotic breeds of poultry birds.
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BPQ1I46
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I, 2016-17Q
SCIENCE
CLASS-IX
Time Allowed: 3 hours  Maximum Marks: 90
General Instructions:
1. The question paper comprises of two sections, A and B. You are to attempt both the sections.
2. All questions are compulsory
3. All questions of Sections-A and all questions of sections-B are to be attempted separately.
4. Question numbers 1 to 3 in section-A are one mark questions. These are to be answered in one word
or in one sentence
5. Question numbers 4 to 6 in Section-A are two mark questions. These are to be answered in about 30
words each.
6. question number 7 to 18 in Section-A are three marks questions. These are to be answered in about
50 words each
7. Question numbers 19 to 24 in Section-A are five marks questions. These are to be answered in about
70 words each.
8. 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.
9. Question numbers 34 to 36 in Section-B are questions based on practical skills. Each question is of
two marks.
SECTION-A
1 In some organisms like bacteria, what is the undefined nuclear region containing only nucleic acid
called?
2 An electric train is moving with a velocity of m/s. How much distance will it travel in 30 s?
3 It the mass of a body and the force acting on it are both doubled, what happens to its acceleration?
4 What do the following observations about matter demonstrate about its physical nature?
(i) When we dissolve sugar in water the water level does not rise.
(ii) The smell of dettol can be detected even on repeated dilution.
5 What is the function of sieve tube cells and how are they designed to carry out their function?
6 A man weighs 600 N on the earth. What is his mass? (take
2
510 / g m s ). If he were taken to the moon
his weight would be 100 N. What is his mass on the moon? From these given values find the acceleration
due to gravity on the moon as compared to that on earth.
7 What do you mean by crystallization? how can we get pure copper sulphate from impure sample by
this process?
8 Is the interconversion of three states of matter possible? Illustrate with a schematic diagram.
9 (a) Tyndall effect can be observed when sunlight passed through a canopy of dense forest. Explain it.
(b) Give any two examples of colloids.
10 Can a single cell live independently on its own? Explain by giving example.
11 Write six functions of the epithelial tissue.
12 What type of force is acting in the cases given above?
13 (i) suppose a planet exists whose mass and radius both are one – half of the value of earth.
calculate the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of this planet.
(ii) What is the acceleration produced in a freely falling body of mass 10kg (neglect air resistance.)
14 A particle moves over three quarters of circle of radius r cm. Calculate the magnitude of its distance
and displacement.
15 List two differences in tabular form between distance and displacement. When is a body said to have
uniform motion?
16 Describe an activity with diagram to explain conservation of momentum.
17 Dunichand was good in studies and his parents wanted him to continue further. When he came to the
village during vacation he persuaded villagers saw tremendous increase in the yield.
(i) Why the modern methods of irrigation are better than the traditional ones?
(ii) What is meant by genetically modified seeds?
(iii) What values of dunichand are exhibited by his behavior?
18 Give two example of each case:
(a) Exotic breeds of cow
(b) Indigenous breeds of cow
(c) Indigenous and exotic breeds of poultry birds.
19 Rohila took 5 g of iron filings and 3 g of Sulphur powder in a china dish and then heated them strongly.
On the basis of the information given explain what is meant by a physical change, a chemical change, a
mixture and a compound?
20 A balloon is solid and air is a gas. When you blow air in a balloon you observes centain changes. Explain
them on the basis of physical nature of matter.
21 Draw diagram of neuron and label the following parts on it.
(i) single long part of nerve cell
(ii) short branched parts
(iii) Nucleus
(iv) Cell body
Name two tissues whose combination enables animals to move rapidly in response to stimuli.
22 Write three points of difference between mass and weight? How much would a 70 kg astronaut weigh
on the moon? What would be his mass on the earth and on the moon?
23 Two object A and B, having 100kg and 75kg, moving with velocities 40km/hr and 60km/hr
a) Which will have greater inertia?
b) Which will have greater momentum?
c) Which will stop first if equal negative acceleration is applied on both ?
d) Which will travel greater distance in 10 minutes?
e) Which will impart greater force if collided with a wall?
24 (a) Define weed. Give two examples.
(b) Why is it essential to remove weeds from agricultural fields?
(c) What are weedicides?
SECTION – B
25 Metanil yellow is adulterant of food material:
(a) Turmeric powder (b) Pulses
(c) Spices (d) Seeds
26 The right sequence of steps to test the presence os starch in the given food material is:
(a) take the material, boil in water, add iodine solution
(b) take the material and add iodine powder on it
(c) take the material pour in cold water, then add safranin
(d) take the material, crush it, add water if required then add iodine, solution.
27 In the diagrams given below ‘A’ is a mixture of iron and Sulphur and ‘B’ is the product obtained by
strongly heating the mixture ‘A’ and crushing it to a fine powder. What is the correct conclusion of
observations shown by following diagrams?
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BPQ1I46
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I, 2016-17Q
SCIENCE
CLASS-IX
Time Allowed: 3 hours  Maximum Marks: 90
General Instructions:
1. The question paper comprises of two sections, A and B. You are to attempt both the sections.
2. All questions are compulsory
3. All questions of Sections-A and all questions of sections-B are to be attempted separately.
4. Question numbers 1 to 3 in section-A are one mark questions. These are to be answered in one word
or in one sentence
5. Question numbers 4 to 6 in Section-A are two mark questions. These are to be answered in about 30
words each.
6. question number 7 to 18 in Section-A are three marks questions. These are to be answered in about
50 words each
7. Question numbers 19 to 24 in Section-A are five marks questions. These are to be answered in about
70 words each.
8. 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.
9. Question numbers 34 to 36 in Section-B are questions based on practical skills. Each question is of
two marks.
SECTION-A
1 In some organisms like bacteria, what is the undefined nuclear region containing only nucleic acid
called?
2 An electric train is moving with a velocity of m/s. How much distance will it travel in 30 s?
3 It the mass of a body and the force acting on it are both doubled, what happens to its acceleration?
4 What do the following observations about matter demonstrate about its physical nature?
(i) When we dissolve sugar in water the water level does not rise.
(ii) The smell of dettol can be detected even on repeated dilution.
5 What is the function of sieve tube cells and how are they designed to carry out their function?
6 A man weighs 600 N on the earth. What is his mass? (take
2
510 / g m s ). If he were taken to the moon
his weight would be 100 N. What is his mass on the moon? From these given values find the acceleration
due to gravity on the moon as compared to that on earth.
7 What do you mean by crystallization? how can we get pure copper sulphate from impure sample by
this process?
8 Is the interconversion of three states of matter possible? Illustrate with a schematic diagram.
9 (a) Tyndall effect can be observed when sunlight passed through a canopy of dense forest. Explain it.
(b) Give any two examples of colloids.
10 Can a single cell live independently on its own? Explain by giving example.
11 Write six functions of the epithelial tissue.
12 What type of force is acting in the cases given above?
13 (i) suppose a planet exists whose mass and radius both are one – half of the value of earth.
calculate the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of this planet.
(ii) What is the acceleration produced in a freely falling body of mass 10kg (neglect air resistance.)
14 A particle moves over three quarters of circle of radius r cm. Calculate the magnitude of its distance
and displacement.
15 List two differences in tabular form between distance and displacement. When is a body said to have
uniform motion?
16 Describe an activity with diagram to explain conservation of momentum.
17 Dunichand was good in studies and his parents wanted him to continue further. When he came to the
village during vacation he persuaded villagers saw tremendous increase in the yield.
(i) Why the modern methods of irrigation are better than the traditional ones?
(ii) What is meant by genetically modified seeds?
(iii) What values of dunichand are exhibited by his behavior?
18 Give two example of each case:
(a) Exotic breeds of cow
(b) Indigenous breeds of cow
(c) Indigenous and exotic breeds of poultry birds.
19 Rohila took 5 g of iron filings and 3 g of Sulphur powder in a china dish and then heated them strongly.
On the basis of the information given explain what is meant by a physical change, a chemical change, a
mixture and a compound?
20 A balloon is solid and air is a gas. When you blow air in a balloon you observes centain changes. Explain
them on the basis of physical nature of matter.
21 Draw diagram of neuron and label the following parts on it.
(i) single long part of nerve cell
(ii) short branched parts
(iii) Nucleus
(iv) Cell body
Name two tissues whose combination enables animals to move rapidly in response to stimuli.
22 Write three points of difference between mass and weight? How much would a 70 kg astronaut weigh
on the moon? What would be his mass on the earth and on the moon?
23 Two object A and B, having 100kg and 75kg, moving with velocities 40km/hr and 60km/hr
a) Which will have greater inertia?
b) Which will have greater momentum?
c) Which will stop first if equal negative acceleration is applied on both ?
d) Which will travel greater distance in 10 minutes?
e) Which will impart greater force if collided with a wall?
24 (a) Define weed. Give two examples.
(b) Why is it essential to remove weeds from agricultural fields?
(c) What are weedicides?
SECTION – B
25 Metanil yellow is adulterant of food material:
(a) Turmeric powder (b) Pulses
(c) Spices (d) Seeds
26 The right sequence of steps to test the presence os starch in the given food material is:
(a) take the material, boil in water, add iodine solution
(b) take the material and add iodine powder on it
(c) take the material pour in cold water, then add safranin
(d) take the material, crush it, add water if required then add iodine, solution.
27 In the diagrams given below ‘A’ is a mixture of iron and Sulphur and ‘B’ is the product obtained by
strongly heating the mixture ‘A’ and crushing it to a fine powder. What is the correct conclusion of
observations shown by following diagrams?
(a) Constituent particles retain their properties in a mixture.
(b) Constituent particles Fe and S retain their properties in a compound.
(c) properties of constituent particles change in a mixture.
(d) Properties of constituent particles change in a compound formation.
28 On strongly heating a mixture of iron filings and Sulphur powder a black mass is formed due to the
formation of:
(a) Hydrogen sulphide (b) Iron oxide
(c) Iron sulphide   (d) Sulphur dioxide
29 When magnesium ribbon is burnt in air, the product formed mainly consists of:
(a) magnesium nitrate   (b) magnesium carbide
(c) magnesium sulphide    (d) magnesium oxide
30 A teacher instructed the students to put a drop of glycerine on the clean slide and then to transfer the
material on it so that:
(a) Clarity is there     (b) Material does not dry
(c) Visibility increases   (d) All of the above
31 On observing a permanent slide under high power of microscope a student observed that certain
plant tissues are having thin walled-cells. They are:
(a) parenchyma     (b) collenchyma
(c) sclerenchyma     (d) both (a) and (b)
32 While doing an experiment to separate a mixture of ammonium chloride and sodium chloride by
sublimation you will observe in the inner side of a funnel:
(a) white fumes
(b) yellow fumes
(c) vapours of sodium chloride
(d) no fumes are deposited
33 When the wooden block moves on the surface of a table, the direction of the force of friction is:
(a) vertically upwards
(b) vertically downwards
(c) horizontal, in the direction of motion
(d) horizontal, opposite to the direction of motion
34 You are given a solution of egg albumin in water. In the laboratory how would you confirm that it is a
colloidal solution?
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BPQ1I46
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I, 2016-17Q
SCIENCE
CLASS-IX
Time Allowed: 3 hours  Maximum Marks: 90
General Instructions:
1. The question paper comprises of two sections, A and B. You are to attempt both the sections.
2. All questions are compulsory
3. All questions of Sections-A and all questions of sections-B are to be attempted separately.
4. Question numbers 1 to 3 in section-A are one mark questions. These are to be answered in one word
or in one sentence
5. Question numbers 4 to 6 in Section-A are two mark questions. These are to be answered in about 30
words each.
6. question number 7 to 18 in Section-A are three marks questions. These are to be answered in about
50 words each
7. Question numbers 19 to 24 in Section-A are five marks questions. These are to be answered in about
70 words each.
8. 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.
9. Question numbers 34 to 36 in Section-B are questions based on practical skills. Each question is of
two marks.
SECTION-A
1 In some organisms like bacteria, what is the undefined nuclear region containing only nucleic acid
called?
2 An electric train is moving with a velocity of m/s. How much distance will it travel in 30 s?
3 It the mass of a body and the force acting on it are both doubled, what happens to its acceleration?
4 What do the following observations about matter demonstrate about its physical nature?
(i) When we dissolve sugar in water the water level does not rise.
(ii) The smell of dettol can be detected even on repeated dilution.
5 What is the function of sieve tube cells and how are they designed to carry out their function?
6 A man weighs 600 N on the earth. What is his mass? (take
2
510 / g m s ). If he were taken to the moon
his weight would be 100 N. What is his mass on the moon? From these given values find the acceleration
due to gravity on the moon as compared to that on earth.
7 What do you mean by crystallization? how can we get pure copper sulphate from impure sample by
this process?
8 Is the interconversion of three states of matter possible? Illustrate with a schematic diagram.
9 (a) Tyndall effect can be observed when sunlight passed through a canopy of dense forest. Explain it.
(b) Give any two examples of colloids.
10 Can a single cell live independently on its own? Explain by giving example.
11 Write six functions of the epithelial tissue.
12 What type of force is acting in the cases given above?
13 (i) suppose a planet exists whose mass and radius both are one – half of the value of earth.
calculate the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of this planet.
(ii) What is the acceleration produced in a freely falling body of mass 10kg (neglect air resistance.)
14 A particle moves over three quarters of circle of radius r cm. Calculate the magnitude of its distance
and displacement.
15 List two differences in tabular form between distance and displacement. When is a body said to have
uniform motion?
16 Describe an activity with diagram to explain conservation of momentum.
17 Dunichand was good in studies and his parents wanted him to continue further. When he came to the
village during vacation he persuaded villagers saw tremendous increase in the yield.
(i) Why the modern methods of irrigation are better than the traditional ones?
(ii) What is meant by genetically modified seeds?
(iii) What values of dunichand are exhibited by his behavior?
18 Give two example of each case:
(a) Exotic breeds of cow
(b) Indigenous breeds of cow
(c) Indigenous and exotic breeds of poultry birds.
19 Rohila took 5 g of iron filings and 3 g of Sulphur powder in a china dish and then heated them strongly.
On the basis of the information given explain what is meant by a physical change, a chemical change, a
mixture and a compound?
20 A balloon is solid and air is a gas. When you blow air in a balloon you observes centain changes. Explain
them on the basis of physical nature of matter.
21 Draw diagram of neuron and label the following parts on it.
(i) single long part of nerve cell
(ii) short branched parts
(iii) Nucleus
(iv) Cell body
Name two tissues whose combination enables animals to move rapidly in response to stimuli.
22 Write three points of difference between mass and weight? How much would a 70 kg astronaut weigh
on the moon? What would be his mass on the earth and on the moon?
23 Two object A and B, having 100kg and 75kg, moving with velocities 40km/hr and 60km/hr
a) Which will have greater inertia?
b) Which will have greater momentum?
c) Which will stop first if equal negative acceleration is applied on both ?
d) Which will travel greater distance in 10 minutes?
e) Which will impart greater force if collided with a wall?
24 (a) Define weed. Give two examples.
(b) Why is it essential to remove weeds from agricultural fields?
(c) What are weedicides?
SECTION – B
25 Metanil yellow is adulterant of food material:
(a) Turmeric powder (b) Pulses
(c) Spices (d) Seeds
26 The right sequence of steps to test the presence os starch in the given food material is:
(a) take the material, boil in water, add iodine solution
(b) take the material and add iodine powder on it
(c) take the material pour in cold water, then add safranin
(d) take the material, crush it, add water if required then add iodine, solution.
27 In the diagrams given below ‘A’ is a mixture of iron and Sulphur and ‘B’ is the product obtained by
strongly heating the mixture ‘A’ and crushing it to a fine powder. What is the correct conclusion of
observations shown by following diagrams?
(a) Constituent particles retain their properties in a mixture.
(b) Constituent particles Fe and S retain their properties in a compound.
(c) properties of constituent particles change in a mixture.
(d) Properties of constituent particles change in a compound formation.
28 On strongly heating a mixture of iron filings and Sulphur powder a black mass is formed due to the
formation of:
(a) Hydrogen sulphide (b) Iron oxide
(c) Iron sulphide   (d) Sulphur dioxide
29 When magnesium ribbon is burnt in air, the product formed mainly consists of:
(a) magnesium nitrate   (b) magnesium carbide
(c) magnesium sulphide    (d) magnesium oxide
30 A teacher instructed the students to put a drop of glycerine on the clean slide and then to transfer the
material on it so that:
(a) Clarity is there     (b) Material does not dry
(c) Visibility increases   (d) All of the above
31 On observing a permanent slide under high power of microscope a student observed that certain
plant tissues are having thin walled-cells. They are:
(a) parenchyma     (b) collenchyma
(c) sclerenchyma     (d) both (a) and (b)
32 While doing an experiment to separate a mixture of ammonium chloride and sodium chloride by
sublimation you will observe in the inner side of a funnel:
(a) white fumes
(b) yellow fumes
(c) vapours of sodium chloride
(d) no fumes are deposited
33 When the wooden block moves on the surface of a table, the direction of the force of friction is:
(a) vertically upwards
(b) vertically downwards
(c) horizontal, in the direction of motion
(d) horizontal, opposite to the direction of motion
34 You are given a solution of egg albumin in water. In the laboratory how would you confirm that it is a
colloidal solution?
35 While doing an experiment to determine the boiling point of water, a student heated water in a
beaker and observed that when water starts boiling, the temperature remains constant. State reason.
Where does heat energy go?
36 A group of students recorded the following readings while performing the experiment to calculate the
percentage of water absorbed by raisins. Mass of dry raisins=2.0g
Mass of raisins after absorbing water=3.0g.
Calculate the percentage of water absorbed by raisins
Later on they placed swollen raisins in concentrated solution of sugar. What will be their observation
?
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