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# Turning effect of Forces: 9th Class Physics Chapter 4 MCQs

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This post contains 9th Class Physics Notes of 4th Chapter. In this post you will find 9th Class physics Chapter 4 MCQs for students. Name of the 4th Chapter in the Physics of class 9 is “Turning Effect of Forces”. These Multiple Choice Questions are available here for Students to practice for exams.

## Turning effect of Forces: 9th Class Physics Chapter 4 MCQs for Students

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(a) 1
(b) 3
(c) 4
(d) 2

(d) 2

(a) 4N
(b) 5N
(c) 7N
(d) 8.7N

(d) 8.7N

#### 3. Turning effect of a force is called:

(a) Torque
(b) Moment
(c) Couple
(d) Torque and momentum

(a) Torque

(a) 7N
(b) 5N
(c) 12N
(d) 10N

(b) 5N

#### 5. First condition of equilibrium is:

(a) ΣF = 0
(b) Στ = 0
(c) ΣF = 0, Στ = 0
(d) All of These

(a) ΣF = 0

#### 6. Center of gravity of sphere is at:

(a) Centre of sphere
(b) Outside of sphere
(d) none of these

(a) Centre of sphere

(a) 2
(b) 3
(c) 4
(d) Any number

(d) Any number

#### 8. A body is in equilibrium when its:

(a) Acceleration is uniform
(b) Speed and acceleration are uniform
(c) Speed is uniform
(d) Acceleration is non-uniform

(c) Speed is uniform

#### 9. Formula for the direction of resultant force with the help of rectangular components.

(a) 𝛳 = tan-¹ fx/fy
(b) 𝛳 = tan-¹ fy/fx
(c) 𝛳 = sin-¹ fy/fx
(d) 𝛳 = cos-¹ fy/fx

(b) 𝛳 = tan-¹ fy/fx

(a) 10N
(b) 5N
(c) Zero
(d) Maximum

(c) Zero

(a) 1
(b) 2
(c) 3
(d) 4

(b) 2

(a) 1
(b) 2
(c) 3
(d) 4

(c) 3

(a) sin 𝛳
(b) cos 𝛳
(c) tan 𝛳
(d) cosec 𝛳

(d) cosec 𝛳

#### 14. Racing cars are made stable by:

(a) Increasing their speed
(b) Decreasing their speed
(c) Decreasing their width
(d) Lowering their centre of gravity

(d) Lowering their centre of gravity

#### 15. The direction of resultant vector can be found by:

(a) 𝛳 = tan fx/fy
(b) 𝛳 = tan fy/fx
(c) 𝛳 = tan-¹ fx/fy
(d) 𝛳 = tan-¹ fy/fx

(d) 𝛳 = tan-¹ fy/fx

(a) 1.62 ms-²
(b) 3.7 ms-²
(c) 9.8 ms-²
(d) 10 ms-²

(a) 1.62 ms-²

#### 17. The value of “g” at a hight one Earth’s radius above the surface of the Earth is:

(a) 2 g
(b) 1/2 g
(c) 1/3 g
(d) 1/4 g

(d) 1/4 g

9th Class Physics Chapter 4 Short Questions and Answers are also available.