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1 1 SHORT QUESTIONS CHAPTER 10 1) Define Amplitude and Displacement. 2) Define Diffraction. 3) Write unit of Frequency. 4) What are Transverse waves? 5) What is time period of a simple pendulum whose length is 1meter? 6) Define Frequency. 7) Define Hook s Law. Write its equation. 8) What is difference between crest and trough? 9) What is tuning fork.draw its shape. 10) What is meant by spring constant? Write its unit. 11) What is difference between Transverse and longitudinal waves? 12) Define Wave motion. 13) Define Time Period. 14) Define Simple pendulum. Draw its diagram. 15) With respect to simple pendulum. What is difference between vibration and amplitude? CHAPTER 11 1) Define Intensity of Sound. Write its unit. 2) Define pitch of sound. 3) From which characteristic of sound we can distinguish between a shrill and grave sound. 4) From which characteristic of sound we can distinguish between a sound of same loudness and pitch. 5) What is meant by ultrasonic s? Explain. 6) How amplitude of vibrating body affect the loudness of sound. 7) How sound is produced. Give an example. 8) Give two uses of ultrasonic s in medical field. 9) What is meant by speed of sound? Write its formula. 10) What is difference between pitch and quality of sound? 11) What is audible frequency range for young children and old people? 12) Calculate the frequency of sound wave of speed 340m/s and wave length of 0.5m. 13) What is difference between musical sound and noise? 14) Describe the factors on which safe level of noise depends. CHAPTER 12 1) What is total internal reflection? Explain. 2) Write laws of refraction. 3) What is difference between incident and reflected wave? 4) What is critical angle? 5) What is aperture? 6) An object is placed at a distance of 30cm from a concave mirror. If focal length of mirror is 5cm then find the position of image. 7) If size of image is 6cm and size of object is 2cm then find magnification of lens. 8) Write two uses of spherical mirrors. 9) Define Principal focus. 10) Write two conditions of total internal reflection. 11) Write law of Snail.

2 12) Write two names of defects in lenses. 13) Write laws of reflection of light. 14) Define defects of vision. 15) What is Magnification? 16) What is Endoscope? 17) What is meant by optical fiber? 18) What is meant by centre of curvature? 19) What is meant by nearsightedness? 20) What is difference between regular and irregular reflection. 21) Define refractive index. Write its SI unit. 22) Write types of reflection of light. 2 CHAPTER 13 1) Define Capacitance of parallel plate capacitor. Write its formula. 2) Define Coulomb s law. 3) What is Dielectric? 4) Define Capacitance and unit of Capacitance. 6) What is difference between fixed and variable capacitor. 7) 5uF and 10uF capacitors are attached in parallel. Find equivalent capacitance. 8) Define Electric intensity and write its equation. 9) 3uF and 6uF capacitors are attached in series. Find equivalent capacitance. 10) Define electric potential and write its unit. 11) What is use of electroscope? 12) Write structure of variable capacitor. 13) When 10uC charge is placed on some point then 10-4 N force acts on it. Find electric intensity at this point. 14) What are electric lines of force? 15) Explain Electrostatic Induction. 16) Charge of how many electrons is equivalent to the 10uC charge. 17) How capacitors are attached in series combination. 18) Define Electrostatic induction and its uses. 19) What is difference between strong and weak field in terms of lines of force.. 20) If 0.5C charge passes through a wire in 10s what will be the value of current flowing through it. 21) What is difference between capacitor and dielectric? CHAPTER 14 1) How Galvanometer can be changed to Ammeter. 2) Write limits of Ohm s Law. 3) Write three precautionary measures of electricity in houses. 4) Define Ohm s Law. 5) What is meant by direct current? 6) What is circuit breaker? On what principle it works. 7) If V=250 and R=500Ω then find the value of current. 8) What is affect on specific resistance if length of the wire becomes half? 9) If a wire has 500mA current find the value of charge in one hour. 10) Define Electric power and its unit. 11) Define Joule s Law. 12) What is difference between ammeter and voltmeter? 13) Define Fuse and circuit breaker. 14) Define Galvanometer. 15) Explain Combinations of resistance with diagram. 16) What is difference between alternating and direct current?

3 17) What are insulators give two examples. 18) Define resistance and write the name of unit. 19) Define the potential difference and write the name of its unit. 20) Define the resistivity and write the formula. 21) Define electromotive force. 22) How EMF of a battery is measured. 23) Define current. What is its SI unit? 24) What is difference between electric power and kilowatt hour? 25) Write two advantages of parallel circuit over a series circuit. 3 CHAPTER 15 1) How we can find the poles of solenoid? 2) How we can find the direction of force in a conductor when current is passing through it while it is place in a magnetic field. 3) Define mutual Induction. 4) Define self Induction. 5) Explain step down transformer and step up transformer with diagram. 6) What is difference between primary and secondary coil. 7) Define Solenoid. 8) Explain right Hand rule. 9) What is function of split rings in DC motor? 10) What is meant by magnetic flux? 11) Write working of Transformer. 12) What is meant by Transformer? 13) Write Faraday s Law of Electromagnetic Induction. 14) Write working of DC motor briefly. 15) Define Lenz s Law. 16) How many coils are used in Transformer also name them. 17) Define AC generator. CHAPTER 16 1) Write Truth table of OR operation. 2) Define Electronics. 3) What is meant by analogue quantities? 4) Define Logic gates. 5) What is meant by Boolean variables? 6) What is purpose of electron gun in cathode ray oscilloscope? 7) Write truth table for NOR operation. 8) Define thermionic emission. 9) Write truth table and symbol of AND gate. CHAPTER 17 1) Write names of important parts of computer. 2) What is meant by word processing? 3) What is meant by Telecommunication? 4) What is use of fax machine? 5) What is difference between Floppy disk and Hard disk? 6) What is remote control system? 7) What are advantages of internet? 8) Define Graphic Designing. 9) Define RAM. 10) What is meant by supercomputers? 11) What is HTML? 12) What is capacity of compact disk in Mega bytes?

4 13) What is difference between Input and Output devices? 14) Define Data Managing. 15) What is difference between Index Holes and Hard disk? 16) What is difference between Telephone and Cellular Phone? 17) Write two advantages of . 18) What is photo phone? 19) What do you mean by information and technology? 20) Write two uses of computers. 4 CHAPTER 18 1) What is difference between Parent and Daughter element? 2) What is range of alpha rays in uranium and thorium? 3) Define natural Radioactivity. 4) Define Isotopes. 5) What is meant by half life? Explain. 6) Half life of Krypton is 3.16 minute. How many grams of Krypton will be left out of 100 after 9.48 minutes? 7) Define controlled fission reaction. 8) Which thing is used to study the health of thyroid gland? 9) What is difference between atomic number and atomic mass number? 10) Define nuclear fission and write its equation. 11) Write two properties of Gamma rays. 12) Define fusion reaction. 13) Write two uses of Radioactive Isotopes. 14) Define penetrating ability. LONG QUESTIONS CHAPTER 10 1) Write characteristics of simple harmonic motion. 2) How Crust and troughs are produced in Stationary waves. 3) Five waves passed through a point in 10s. What is Time Period and Frequency? If wavelength of wave is 5cm then what is wave velocity. 4) A body of mass 0.5 kg placed on a horizontal surface attached with a spring. If spring constant is 8N/m then calculate Time period. 5) Explain Transverse and Longitudinal waves as types of mechanical waves. 6) Define Simple Harmonic Motion and explain that vibratory motion of a body attached with spring is Simple harmonic motion. 7) A simple pendulum completes one vibration in 2s. Calculate its length. 8) Write a note on the waves as carrier of energy. CHAPTER 11 1) If intensity of sound is 1Wm -2 then find level of sound in decibel while intensity of faint sound is Wm -2 2) Write uses of Ultrasonic s.

5 3) Write a short note on Loudness of sound and Quality of sound. 4) Explain pitch of sound with one experiment. 5) Find Wavelength of the tuning fork of frequency 512Hz while speed of sound in air is 340 ms -1 6) Explain Audible sound. 7) What is ultrasound? What are its benefits? 8) If at Anarkali Bazaar Lahore, the sound level is 80dB. What will be the intensity level of sound there? CHAPTER 12 1) What are the defects of Vision? Write their causes 2) Derive Concave mirror formula. 3) An object is placed 10cm from a concave mirror. Radius of curvature of mirror is 15cm then find position and type of image also find magnification of image. 4) Define simple microscope and also derive the formula of magnifying power. 5) A convex length of focal length of 6cm is to be used to form a virtual image three times the size of the object. Where the lens must be placed? 6) An object 10 cm high is placed at a distance of 20cm from concave lens of focal length 15cm. Calculate position and size of image. 7) The speed of light in air is 3x10 8 ms -1.If refractive index of diamond is 2.42 then find the speed of light in it. 8) The power of a convex lens is 10D. At what distance object can be placed so that image is 3 times than object and real. CHAPTER 13 1) Explain Columba s law and write its mathematical form. 2) The value of a point charge is 500uC.Find electric field intensity at a distance of 50cm. 3) What is series combination of capacitors. Write its characteristics. 4) What is parallel combination of capacitors? Write its characteristics. 5) 3uF and 6uF capacitors are attached in series. Find equivalent capacitance. 6) Two point charges 10uC and 5uC are placed at a distance of 150cm. Find Columba s force between them. What is direction of this force? 7) Capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor is 50pF. If this capacitor is charged with a 12V battery then how much charge this capacitor will store. 8) Two point charges 100uC and 500uC are placed at a distance of 0.5m. Find Columba s force between them. What is direction of this force. 9) Two capacitors of capacitance 12uF and 6uF are attached in series with 12V battery. Find equivalent capacitance. Find charge and potential difference across each capacitor. 5

6 6 CHAPTER 14 1) Explain the characteristics of series combination of resistors with diagram. 2) Potential difference across an electric bulb is 220V. If 440mA current is passing through it find the resistance of bulb. If potential difference becomes 250V then find the value of current. 3) Differentiate between alternating and direct current. 4) Explain series and parallel combination of resistors with diagram. 5) Find the resistance of an iron wire of length 1m and diameter 2mm. Specific resistance of iron is 1.69 x 10-8 Ωm. 6) Explain effect of temperature on resistance. 7) Resistance of an electric bulb is 500Ω. 250V potential difference is applied across it find power dissipated by bulb. 8) Write down the characteristics of parallel combination of resistors. 9) Define specific resistance and prove that R=ρ L/A. CHAPTER 15 1) A step down transformer converts 250V AC to 6V AC. If number of turns in primary coil is then find the number of turns in secondary coil. 2) Explain self induction and Mutual Induction. 3) A transformer is needed to convert a main 240V supply into a 12V supply if there are 2000 turns in primary coil then find the number of turns in secondary coil. 4) Define electromagnetic Induction and explain it with an example. 5) What is Transformer? Explain its different Types. CHAPTER 16 1) What is meant by NOT operation and NOT gate? 2) What is cathode ray oscilloscope? Write a brief note on its components. 3) Write down the expression and truth table of NOR gate. CHAPTER 17 1) Write a note on devices used to store information. 2) What is meant by information technology? Which components are used in it. 3) What are the components of information technology? Write the function of any three. 4) Write a note on components of computer based information. CHAPTER 18 1) Half life of Radium is 1600 years. How many grams of radium will be left out of 120 grams after 4800 years? 2) Half life of Uranium is 4.47 x 10 7 years. After how many years 10 grams of Uranium will left out of 40 grams. 3) Explain fission chain reaction. 4) Carbon-14 has a half life of 5730 years. How long will it take for the quantity of

7 carbon-14 in a sample to drop to 1/8 of the initial quantity? 5) Half life of Nitrogen-16 is 7.3S. A sample of this nuclide of nitrogen is observed for 29.2S. Calculate the fraction of the original radioactive isotope remaining after this time. 7

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