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CBSE Class 9 Multiple Choice Questions Practice Paper: Set V

In this article, you will get the CBSE Class 9 Multiple Choice Questions Practice Paper: Set V.  These MCQs have been prepared to cover all conceptual topics explained in the core subjects like Mathematics, Science, Social Science and English subjects. All these questions have been prepared by the experienced teachers to bring the extract of all important topics taught in CBSE Class 9.

Some salient features of the Class 9 MCQs practice test are:

  • Designed by the experienced teachers
  • Covers all four important subjects of CBSE class 9, i.e., Maths, Science, Social Science and English
  • Includes questions based on all conceptual topics explained in CBSE Class 9
  • Perfect for understanding and checking your knowledge about different topics
  • Best preparation source to crack entrance level exams or scholarship tests

CBSE Class 9 Multiple Choice Questions Practice Paper: Set IV

Students preparing for any scholarship exam must solve the CBSE Class 9 Multiple Choice Questions Practice Paper: Set IV. Also, these questions are quite helpful for the students preparing for the Diploma entrance level test after class 10 or those who are planning to take admission in Class 12 in various prestigious universities of India like Aligarh University, Jamia University, Banaras Hindu University, etc.

A few questions from Class 9 MCQs Practice Paper: Set IV, are:

Q. Weight of the body is measured by a

(a) Spring balance                            (b) Beam balance

(c) Digital balance                             (d) Both (a) and (c)

Q. When the body is fully immersed in liquid, the apparent loss in it’s weight is

(a) Equal to the weight of displaced water

(b) More than the weight of displaced water

(c) Less than the weight of displaced water

(d) Depends upon the manner in which the boat is immersed in the water

Q. The body of organisms has chitinous cell wall and is made up of hyphae and mycelium.

(a) Spirogyra                                      (b) Phizopus

(c) Funaria                                          (d) Riccia

Q. If the external pressure decreases, boiling point of water

(a) Increase                                       (b) Decreases

(c) May increase or decrease    (d) Does not change

Q. The lengths of three sides of triangle are 20 cm, 16 cm and 12 cm. The area of the triangle is

(a) 96 cm2                                            (b) 120 cm2

(c) 144 cm2                                          (d) 160 cm2

Q. Which of the following is a zero of the polynomial x3 + 2x2 – 5x – 6?

(a) -2                                                     (b) 2

(c) -3                                                      (d) 3

CBSE Class 9 Mathematics Question Paper 2018-19: Set I

Q. x + 3 = 0 is the equation of a line

(a) Parallel to x – axis and passing through (-3,0)

(b) Parallel to y – axis and passing through (-3,0)

(c) Parallel to y – axis and passing through (0,3)

(d) None of these

Q. Who gave the slogan ‘Swaraj is my birth right and I shall have it?

(a) Bhagat singh                                (b) Sukhdev

(c) Bal Gangadhar Tilak                  (d) Rajguru

Q. Regur soil is the other name of

(a) Black soil                                       (b) Alluvial soil

(c) Arid soil                                          (d) Laterite soil

Q. Poland had its first election in

(a) April 1989                                      (b) October 1990

(c) April 1990                                      (d) October 1992

Q. A lie has no legs.

(a) Personification                           (b) Metaphor

(c) Hyperbole                                    (d) Simile

Q. He laughed at me.

(a) I laughed at by him.

(b) I had been laughed at by him.

(c) I was laughed at by him.

(d) He was laughed at by me.

Download the complete practice paper from the following link:

CBSE Class 9 MCQs Practice Test 2018-19: Set 5

At the end of these Multiple Choice Questions, there is given an answer key, referring which students may check the correctness of their own answers without wasting time in shuffling with various books to find correct answers.

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