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If gravitation suddenly stops …… neglecting the rotation … if someone is standing on ground ….. will the normal reaction disappear?? If yes why? I want to know when does normal reaction acts on a body? and in the absence of weight why would it disappear? (Ahwan Abhinandan Joshi asks)
Find below a question bank from the chapter GRAVITATION of class 9. Portions up to the syllabus for Summative assessment 1 only is included. The answers are not published herewith. Students are advised to solve the questions and problems and post the q...
The following questions are for a quick revision of the chapter “Gravitation” for CBSE Class 9. There are many other questions which can be asked from the portion allotted for SA1, but will mainly based on these concepts. The questions are based on the bare essential concepts; the minimum level of learning expected from the [...]
Does the acceleration due to gravity remains constant within the earth’s atmosphere or does it keep decreasing as we go up from the earth’s surface? Rashshad Rasheed Answer No acceleration due to gravity decreases as we go up from the earth’s surfacs Incoming search terms:acceleration due to gravity questionnumericals on gravitation of std ixsample questions [...]
What is the difference between capital ‘G’ and small ‘g’ in the chapter gravitation? g G Acceleration due to gravity Universal constant of gravitation varies from place to place A constant everywhere on earth vector quantity A dimensional constant unit is ms-2 unit is Nm2kg-2 Incoming search terms:difference between G and Gdifference bet g and Gdifference [...]
PHYSICS TESTPAPER CLASS XI GRAVITATION AND WAVES Instructions Questions 1 to 5 carries one mark each Questions 5 to 10 carries 2 marks each Questions 10 to 15 carries 3 marks each Questions 16 and 17 carries 5 marks each What are mechanical waves? The time period of a vibrating source producing sound … Continue reading Class XI Physics Chapter wise Revision Test – Gravitation and Waves