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Guess Paper / Important Questions of Physics for 10th Class / SSC-II for Federal Board (FBISE) Islamabad

Guess Paper / Important Questions of Physics for 10th Class / SSC-II for Federal Board (FBISE) Islamabad.

Important Questions of Physics (10th Class):

  • What is Simple Harmonic Motion? What are its necessary conditions.
  • What are damped oscillation? 
  • Derive a relationship between Speed, Frequency and Wavelength.
  • What do you know about Reflection, Refraction and Diffraction of waves.
  • What is vibrational motion?
  • What do you know about the damping of shock absorbers of automobiles?
  • How pendulum clock was invented?
  • Explain the motion of mass attached with a spring on horizontal and friction less plane is simple harmonic.
  • Explain waves and its types.
  • Give the characteristics of wave motion.
  • What is ripple tank? Explain its construction and working.
  • Difference between loudness and intensity of sound.
  • On what factors loudness depends?
  • If we clap or speak in front of a building while standing at a particular distance, we rehear our sound after some time. Explain how does this happens?
  • Explain that noise is a nuisance.
  • Describe the importance of acoustic protection.
  • What are uses of ultrasound in medicines?
  • What are uses of ultrasound in technical fields?
  • Why two tin can with a string stretched between them could be better way to communicate than merely shouting through air?
  • You can listen your friend round a corner, yet you cannot watch him/her. Why?
  • Two people are listening to the same music at the same loudness. They disagree on its loudness. Explain how this could happen?
  • Is there any difference between echo and reflection of sound? Explain.
  • How does stethoscope operates?
  • Why silent whistle is used to call dogs?
  • How whales can communicate over hundred and thousands miles?
  • What is the function of large ears of elephants?
  • What are the audible frequency range of bats, mice, dogs, cats and humans?
  • What is SONAR? Explain.
  • Write the characteristics of sound.
  • What is critical angle? Driver relationship between the critical angle and the refractive index of a substance.
  • A coin is placed at a focal point of a converging lens. Is an image formed? What is it nature?
  • Define power of the lens and its unit.
  • Define the terms resolving power and magnifying power.
  • Explain different type of technologies used in case of spherical mirrors.
  • What is corpuscular nature of light?
  • Define magnification of spherical mirrors.
  • What is total internal reflection of light?
  • What are totally reflecting prism and periscope?
  • What is mirage? Explain
  • Derive the convex lens formula.
  • Write a note on human eye. Also describe near point and far point.
  • What are the defects of vision.
  • What is gold leaf electroscope? Discuss its working and function/working.
  • What is meant by electric field and electric intensity?
  • Explain Coulomb's law of electroscope and write its mathematical form?
  • Find the electric intensity due to a point charge "q".
  • How would you define potential difference between two point? Discuss its unit.
  • What do you meant by the capacitance? Define units of capacitance.
  • What do you meant by the capacitance for a series combination of a number of capacitors?
  • Discuss types of capacitors.
  • Discuss one application of static electricity.
  • An electrified rod attracts of paper. After a while these pieces fly away why?
  • What is meant by conventional current?
  • How a galvanometer is converted into voltmeter?
  • How a galvanometer is converted into ammeter?
  • Why resistance of ammeter is kept low?
  • Why resistance of the voltmeter is kept high?
  • Differentiate between electromotive force and potential difference?
  • State and explain ohm's law write down its limitations?
  • Define resistance and its unit
  • What are factors upon which the resistance of conductor depends?
  • State Joule's law
  • Define Electric Power.
  • Define Kilowatt hour.
  • What are live and neutral wires?
  • Define fuse and write its principal.
  • What is circuit breaker and what is its principal?
  • What is meant by electromotive force? Write its equation and explain its unit?
  • Define and explain the term specific resistance. Discuss different factors which affects the resistance of conductor.
  • How are resistances connected in series? What are characteristics of this combination?
  • How are resistances connected in parallel? What are characteristics of this combination?
  • Describe electric energy and Joule's law?
  • A bird can sit harmlessly on high tension wire. But it must not reach and grab neighbouring wire. Do you know why?
  • In order to measure voltage in a circuit, voltmeter is always connected in parallel. Discuss.
  • In order to measure current in a circuit, why ammeter is always connected in series.
  • Define Fleming's left hand rule?
  • Write a detailed note on D.C motor
  • Define Faraday's law of Electromagnetic Induction.
  • Write a note on mutual induction
  • Write a note on self induction.
  • What is transformer. What are Step down and step up transformers.
  • Explain the working of Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO).
  • What are three universal logic gates i.e. AND Gate, OR Gate, NOR Gate etc.
  • NAND gate is reciprocal of AND gate. Discuss.
  • What is Information and Communication Technology?
  • How light signals are sent through optical fiber?
  • What do you understand by terms Word Processing and Data Managing.
  • What is difference between RAM and ROM?
  • Write the advantages of Fiber Optic.
  • What is difference between FTP and HTTP?
  • What is radioactivity. Why some elements are radioactive and some are not?
  • How can you make radioactive elements artificial. Give example.
  • Describe two uses of radioactive isotopes in medicine, industry and research.
  • What nuclear reaction would release more energy? Fission reaction or Fusion reaction.

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