## Physical Quantities and Measurement - Important Terms

Class 09 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Important Terms

## Physical Quantities and Measurement - Numerical Problems

Class 09 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Numerical Problems

## Physical Quantities and Measurement - Exercise

Class 09 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Exercise

## Physical Quantities and Measurement - MCQs

Class 09 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - MCQs

## Physical Quantities and Measurement - Notes

Class 09 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Notes

## A chocolate wrapper is 6.7 cm long and 5.4 cm wide

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - A chocolate wrapper is 6.7 cm long and 5.4 cm wide

## What are the significant figures in the following measurements

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - What are the significant figures in the following measurements

## Which of the following quantities have three figures?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Which of the following quantities have three figures?

## A screw gauge has 50 divisions on its circular sale.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - A screw gauge has 50 divisions on its circular sale.

## On closing the jaws Of a Vernier Calipers, zero of the Vernier scale is on the right to

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - On closing the jaws Of a Vernier Calipers, zero of the Vernier scale is on the right to

## Write the following quantities in standard form.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Write the following quantities in standard form.

## Rewrite the following In Standard form. (Scientific notation)

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Rewrite the following In Standard form. (Scientific notation)

## Your hair grows at the rate of 1 mm per day. Find their growth rate

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Your hair grows at the rate of 1 mm per day. Find their growth rate

## How do the prefixes micro, nano, and pico relate to each other?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - How do the prefixes micro, nano, and pico relate to each other?

## Express the following quantities using prefixes.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Express the following quantities using prefixes.

## How is precision related to the significant figures in a measured quantity?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - How is precision related to the significant figures in a measured quantity?

## Why do we need to measure an extremely small interval of times?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Why do we need to measure an extremely small interval of times?

## Why is the use of zero error necessary in a measuring instrument?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Why is the use of zero error necessary in a measuring instrument?

## What do you understand by the zero error of a measuring instrument?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - What do you understand by the zero error of a measuring instrument?

## What is meant by Vernier constant?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - What is meant by Vernier constant?

## What role SI units played in the development of science?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - What role SI units played in the development of science?

## Estimate your age in seconds.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Estimate your age in seconds.

## Find the base quantities involved in each of the following derived quantities:

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Find the base quantities involved in each of the following derived quantities:

## Pick out the base units in the following:

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Pick out the base units in the following:

## What is meant by the significant figures of a measurement? What are the main points to be kept in mind while determining the significant figures of a measurement?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - What is meant by the significant figures of a measurement? What are the main points to be kept in mind while determining the significant figures of a measurement?

## How can we measure the volume of small irregular shape objects which floats (a piece of cork) on the water by using a measuring cylinder?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - How can we measure the volume of small irregular shape objects which floats (a piece of cork) on the water by using a measuring cylinder?

## What is a measuring cylinder? Write the method to use the measuring cylinder?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - What is a measuring cylinder? Write the method to use the measuring cylinder?

## What is a stopwatch? What is the least count of a mechanical stopwatches you have used in the laboratories?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - What is a stopwatch? What is the least count of a mechanical stopwatches you have used in the laboratories?

## Which type of balance is more precise to measure the mass of an object?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Which type of balance is more precise to measure the mass of an object?

## Describe the construction and working of electronic balance?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Describe the construction and working of electronic balance?

## Describe the construction and working of lever balance?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Describe the construction and working of lever balance?

## Describe the construction and working of physical balance

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Describe the construction and working of physical balance

## Describe the construction and working of beam balance?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Describe the construction and working of beam balance?

## Describe the construction and working of the screw gauge?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Describe the construction and working of the screw gauge?

## What is a zero error? How zero error is corrected? OR What do you understand by the zero error of a measuring instrument? Why is the use of zero error necessary in a measuring instrument?

What is a zero error? How zero error is corrected? OR What do you understand by the zero error of a measuring instrument? Why is the use of zero error necessary in a measuring instrument?

## Describe the construction and working of Vernier calipers?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Describe the construction and working of Vernier calipers?

## What is a measuring tape? What is the least count of a measuring tape?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - What is a measuring tape? What is the least count of a measuring tape?

## What is the meter rule? What is the least count of a meter rule used in the laboratories?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - What is the meter rule? What is the least count of a meter rule used in the laboratories?

## What do you understand by scientific notation?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - What do you understand by scientific notation?

## Define prefixes. Interconvert the prefixes and their symbols to indicate multiples and sub-multiples for both bases and derived units?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Define prefixes. Interconvert the prefixes and their symbols to indicate multiples and sub-multiples for both bases and derived units?

## Explain with examples the derived units?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Explain with examples the derived units?

## What are the main advantages of system international (SI units)? OR Why do we prefer SI units?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - What are the main advantages of system international (SI units)? OR Why do we prefer SI units?

## List the seven units of System International (SI) along with their symbols and physical quantities?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - List the seven units of System International (SI) along with their symbols and physical quantities?

## Define unit?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Define unit?

## What is the difference between base quantities and derived quantities? Give three examples in each case.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - What is the difference between base quantities and derived quantities? Give three examples in each case.

## Explain with examples that science is based on physical quantities which consist of numerical magnitude and a unit.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Explain with examples that science is based on physical quantities which consist of numerical magnitude and a unit.

## List the harmful effects of the scientific inventions on nature?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - List the harmful effects of the scientific inventions on nature?

## Describe the crucial role of physics in science, technology, and society?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Describe the crucial role of physics in science, technology, and society?

## Describe the Lord Kelvin statement?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Describe the Lord Kelvin statement?

## Describe the different branches of physics?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Describe the different branches of physics?

## Describe the division of science into two main streams

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Describe the division of science into two main streams

## Define Science?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Define Science?

## Define Physics?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Physical Quantities and Measurement - Define Physics?