HBSE Class 9th Science Solved Question Paper 2021

HBSE Class 9th Science Solved Question Paper 2021

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Q1. What does the Odometer of a car measures ? 

(A) Only Speed 

(B) Acceleration of the car 

(C) Distance covered by the car

(D) None of the above 

Ans. (C) Distance covered by the car

Q2. What is the quantity which is measured by the area occupied below the velocity-time graph ? 

(A) Time  

(B) Displacement

(C) Velocity  

(D) Acceleration 

Ans. (B) Displacement

Q3. The natural tendency of objects to resist a change in their state of rest or of uniform motion is called : 

(A) inertia 

(B) Force  

(C) Momentum 

(D) Balanced force 

Ans. (A) inertia 

Q4. The S. I. unit of force is : 

(A) Newton 

(B) Newton per second 

(C) Newton-Meter 

(D) Newton/Meter 

Ans. (A) Newton 

Q5. Weight of a body on Moon is ………….. of its weight on earth. 

(A) 1/3 

(B) 1/4 

(C) 1/6 

(D) 3/4 

Ans. (C) 1/6 

Q6. Force of gravitation due to the earth is called : 

(A) Density 

(B) Pressure

(C) Gravity 

(D) Thrust 

Ans. (C) Gravity 

Q7. Which form of energy does the flowing water possess ? 

(A) Potential Energy  

(B) Electrical Energy 

(C) Gravitational Energy 

(D) Kinetic Energy 

Ans. (D) Kinetic Energy 

Q8. In which of the media, does sound travel the fastest ? 

(A) iron  

(B) Air 

(C) Water 

(D) All of the above 

Ans. (A) iron  

Q9. The number of complete oscillations per unit time is called ………….. 

(A) Amplitude 

(B) Frequency 

(C) Wavelength 

(D) Time period 

Ans. (B) Frequency

Q10. The state of water at 100°C is : 

(A) Solid 

(B) Liquid 

(C) Gas  

(D) Both Liquid & Gas 

Ans. (D) Both Liquid & Gas 

Q11. Which of the following are matter ? 

(A) Chair 

(B) Almonds 

(C) Air  

(D) All of the above 

Ans. (D) All of the above 

Q12. Which of the following will show ‘Tyndall effect’ ? 

(A) Salt Solution 

(B) Milk 

(C) Starch Solution 

(D) Soda Water 

Ans. (B) Milk 

Q13. The technique to separate butter from curd is : 

(A) Evaporation 

(B) Centrifugation 

(C) Sublimation 

(D) Chromatography  

Ans. (B) Centrifugation 

Q14. What is the symbol of element Barium ? 

(A) B  

(B) Be 

(C) Bm  

(D) Ba 

Ans. (D) Ba 

Q15. Atomic mass of Oxygen is : 

(A) 12  

(B) 14 

(C) 16  

(D) 23 

Ans. (C) 16  

Q16. 1 mole (of anything) = ………….. (in number). 

(A) 6.022 

(B) 6.002 × 10²³ 

(C) 6.022 × 10²³ 

(D) 6.002 × 10³² 

Ans. (C) 6.022 × 10²³ 

Q17. The sub-atomic particles of an atom are : 

(A) Protons 

(B) Neutrons 

(C) Electrons 

(D) All of the above 

Ans. (D) All of the above

Q18. Who discovered cells ? 

(A) Robert Hooke 

(B) Robert Brown  

(C) Leeuwenhoek 

(D) T. Schwann 

Ans. (A) Robert Hooke 

Q19. Where are proteins synthesized inside the cell ? 

(A) In Ribosomes 

(B) In Mitochondria  

(C) In Plastids 

(D) None of these 

Ans. (A) In Ribosomes 

Q20. Which tissue is responsible for movement in our body ? 

(A) Nervous Tissue 

(B) Parenchyma 

(C) Epithelium Tissue  

(D) Muscle Tissue 

Ans. (D) Muscle Tissue 

Q21. Arthropoda animal is : 

(A) Ostrich 

(B) Scorpion 

(C) Chameleon 

(D) Sea horse 

Ans. (C) Chameleon 

Q22. The meaning of Porifera is : 

(A) Reptiles 

(B) Amphibians  

(C) Organisms with holes 

(D) Stream lined 

Ans. (C) Organisms with holes 

Q23. The heart of Crocodile is : 

(A) Two-Chambered 

(B) Three-Chambered 

(C) Four-Chambered 

(D) None of the above  

Ans. (C) Four-Chambered 

Q24. Infectious disease spread by : 

(A) Water 

(B) Air 

(C) Vector Insects 

(D) All of the above 

Ans. (D) All of the above 

Q25. AIDS is caused by : 

(A) Bacteria 

(B) Virus 

(C) Protozoa 

(D) Fungus 

Ans. (B) Virus 

Q26. What is the percentage of Nitrogen gas in our atmosphere ? 

(A) 70%  

(B) 78%  

(C) 50%  

(D) 20% 

Ans. (B) 78%  

Q27. In which of the following Carbon is present ? 

(A) Protein 

(B) Carbohydrates   

(C) Lipid 

(D) All of the above 

Ans. (D) All of the above 

Q28. Which of the following is a ‘green house gas’ ? 

(A) Nitrogen 

(B) Oxygen  

(C) Carbon dioxide 

(D) All of the above 

Ans. (C) Carbon dioxide

Q29. Which of these is enriched in protein ? 

(A) Black gram  

(B) Gram 

(C) Peas   

(D) All of the above 

Ans. (D) All of the above 

Q30. Which of the following is Indian cow breed ? 

(A) Red Sindhi  

(B) Brown Swiss 

(C) Aseel  

(D) Leghorn 

Ans. (A) Red Sindhi  

Q31. A racing car has a uniform acceleration of 4 metre/sec². What distance will it cover in 10 sec. after start ? 

Ans. Acceleration (a) = 4 m/sec² 

Time period (t) = 10 sec

The car has uniform acceleration. This means that initially, it was in rest. Thus,

Initial velocity (u) = 0 

As per the second equation of motion,

s = ut + ½at² 

s = 0×10 + ½×4×10² 

s = 200 metres 

Therefore, the car will cover a distance of 200m in 10sec after start.

Q32. Write two differences between Mixture and Compound. 

Ans. Mixtures– Mixtures are impure substances. They are made up of two or more substances mixed physically. The constituents of a mixture are present in varying ratios. Mixtures do not have fixed properties. Their properties depend on the nature of their compo­nents and the ratios in which they are combined. 

Compounds– Compounds are pure substances. They are made up of two or more elements combined chemically. The constituents of a compound are present in a fixed ratio. Compounds have fixed properties. For example, a particular compound will have fixed temperatures at which it melts and boils.

Q33. State any two conditions essential for good health. 

Ans. Nutritious food, Clean environment and Personal hygiene. 

Q34. (i) When a carpet is beaten with a stick, dust comes out of it. Explain. 

Ans. According to Newton’s first law of motion, the dust particles stay in a state of rest, while the carpet moves. Hence, the dust particle comes out of the carpet due to inertia.

(ii) Write the Newton’s Third Law of Motion.  

Ans. Newton’s Third Law of Motion states that for every action (force) in nature there is an equal and opposite reaction. If object A exerts a force on object B, object B also exerts an equal and opposite force on object A.

Q35. Write the chemical formulae of the following : 

(i) Magnesium Chloride 

Ans. MgCl2

(ii) Copper Nitrate 

Ans. Cu(NO3)2

(iii) Hydrogen Sulphide 

Ans. H2

Q36. Make a comparison and write down ways in which ‘plant cells’ are different from ‘animal cells’. 

Ans. Plant Cell– They are larger in size. Cell wall is present. Lysosomes are absent or very few in number. Plastids are present. Subunits of Golgi bodies known as dictyosomes are present. Vacuoles are larger in size.

Animal Cell– They are smaller in size. Cell wall is absent. Lysosomes are larger in number. Plastids are absent. Prominent Golgi bodies are present. Vacuoles are smaller in size.

Q37. (i) A bulb consumes 500 J of electrical energy in 10 sec. What is its power ? 

Ans. Energy (E) = 500 J

Time (t) = 10 sec 

Power (P) = Energy(E)÷Time(t) 

P = E/t = 500/10 = 50 watts 

(ii) What is the kinetic energy of an object ? Write an expression and unit for the kinetic energy of an object. 

Ans. The Kinetic energy of an object is the energy possessed by the object because of its motion.

K.E = ½mv²   where K.E is Kinetic energy, m is the mass of the body, and v is the Velocity of the body. 

SI unit of Kinetic Energy is Joule. 


(i) An object of mass 15 kg is moving with a uniform velocity of 4 m/sec. What is the kinetic energy possessed by the object ? 

Ans. Mass (m) = 15 kg 

Velocity (v) = 4 m/sec 

Kinetic energy, K.E = ½mv² = ½ × 15 × 4² = 120 J 

(ii) A battery lights a bulb. Describe the energy changes involved in the process. 

Ans. When a bulb is connected to a battery, then the chemical energy of the battery is transferred into electrical energy. When the bulb receives this electrical energy, then it converts it into light and heat energy. 

(iii) Give an example of potential energy.  

Ans. Book on table and Water that is behind a dam. 

Q38. Complete the following table :


(i) Number of Protons = 16

Number of Neutrons = 16

(ii) Atomic number = Number of Protons = 12 

Number of Protons = Number of Electrons = 12 

(iii) Mass number = Number of Protons+ Number of Electrons= 11 + 12 = 23 

Number of Protons = Number of Electrons = 11 

(iv) Number of Protons = Atomic number = 17 

Mass number = Number of Protons + Number of Electrons = 17 + 18 = 35 

(v) Atomic number = Number of Protons = 13 

Number of Electrons = Mass number – Number of Protons = 27 – 13 = 14 

39. (i) Draw a labeled diagram of a Neuron. 


(ii) Name the following : 

(a) Tissue that stores fat in our body. 

Ans. Adipose Tissue 

(b) Connective tissue with a fluid matrix.  

Ans. Blood (main constituent of blood is plasma) 

(c) Tissue present in the brain 

Ans. Nervous Tissue  


Diagrammatically show the difference between the three types of Muscle Fibres. 


Skeletal muscle– Skeletal muscle is attached to the bones and is involved in the functioning of different parts of the body and is voluntary in action.

Cardiac muscle– Cardiac muscles are the muscle tissue found in the heart, that perform and bring about coordinated contractions, which enable the heart to pump blood throughout the body and is involuntary in action.

Smooth muscle– Smooth muscle is the muscle tissue that is utilized by different systems for the application of pressure to organs and vessels and is involuntary in action.

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