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Physics Notes Class 9 Chapter 1 Physical Quantities and Measurement
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- describe the crucial role of Physics in Science, Technology and Society.
- explain with examples that Science is based on physical quantities which consist of numerical magnitude and a unit.
- differentiate between base and derived physical quantities.
- list the seven units of System International (SI) along with their symbols and physical quantities (standard definitions of SI units are not required).
- interconvert the prefixes and their symbols to indicate multiples and sub-multiples for both base and derived units.
- write the answer in scientific notation in measurements and calculations.
- describe the working of Vernier Calipers and screw gauge for measuring length.
- identify and explain the limitations of measuring instruments such as meter rule, Vernier Calipers and screw gauge.
- describe the need using significant figures for recording and stating results in the laboratory.
Physics Notes (KPK) Class 9 Chapter 2 Kinematic
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- describe using examples how objects can be at rest and in motion simultaneously.
- identify different types of motion i.e. translator/, (linear, random, and circular); rotatory and vibratory motions and distinguish among them.
- differentiate with examples between distance and displacement, speed and velocity.
- differentiate with examples between scalar and vector quantities.
- represent vector quantities by drawing.
- define the terms speed, velocity and acceleration.
- plot and interpret distance-time graph and speed-time graph.
- determine and interpret the slope of distance time and speed-time graph.
- determine from the shape of the graph, the state of a body
- at rest
- moving with constant speed
- moving with variable speed.
- calculate the area under speed-time graph to determine the distance travelled by the moving body.
- derive equations of motion for a body moving with uniform acceleration in a straight line using graph.
- solve problems related to uniformly accelerated motion using appropriate equations.
- solve problems related to freely falling -2 bodies using 10 ms as the acceleration due to gravity.
Physics Class 9th (KPK) Chapter 3 Dynamics
After studying this unit, the students will be able to:
- define momentum, force, inertia, friction and centripetal force.
- solve problems using the equation Force = change in momentum / change in time.
- explain the concept of force by practical examples of daily life.
- state Newton’s laws of motion.
- distinguish between mass and weight and solve problems using F= ma, and w = mg. calculate tension and acceleration in a string during motion of bodies connected by the string and passing over frictionless pulley using second law of motion.
- state the law of conversation of momentum.
- use the principle of conservation of momentum in the collision of two objects.
- determine the velocity after collision of two objects using the law of conservation of momentum.
- explain the effect of friction on the motion of a vehicle in the context of tyre surface, road conditions including skidding, braking force.
- demonstrate that rolling friction is much lesser than sliding friction.
- list various methods to reduce friction.
- explain that motion in a curved path is due to a perpendicular force on a body that changes direction of motion but not speed.
- calculate centripetal force on a body moving in a 2 circle using mv /r.
- state what will happen to you while you are sitting inside a bus when the bus.
Chapter 4 Physics Class 9th Turning Effect of Forces
After studying this unit, the students will be able
- state head to tail rule of vector addition of forces/vectors.
- describe how a force is resolved into its perpendicular components.
- determine the magnitude and direction of a force from its perpendicular components.
- define moment of force or torque as moment = force x perpendicular distance from pivot to the line of action of force.
- explain the turning effect of force by relating it to everyday life.
- state the principle of moments.
- define the centre of mass and centre of gravity of a body.
- define couple as a pair of forces tending to produce rotation.
- prove that the couple has the same moments about all points.
- define equilibrium and classify its types by quoting examples from everyday life.
- state the two conditions for equilibrium of a body
- solve problems on simple balanced systems when bodies are supported by one pivot only.
- describe the states of equilibrium and classify them with common examples.
- explain effect of the position of the center of mass on the stability of simple objects.
Unit 5 Gravitation Class 9th Physics KPK Notes
- state Newton’s law of gravitation.
- explain that the gravitational forces are consistent with Newton’s third law.
- explain gravitational field as an example of field of force.
- define weight (as the force on an object due to a gravitational field.)
- calculate the mass of Earth by using law of gravitation.
- solve problems using Newton’s law of gravitation.
- explain that value of g decreases with altitude from the surface of Earth.
- discuss the importance of Newton’s law of gravitation in understanding the motion of satellites.
Class 9th Physics Chapter 6 Work and Energy
- define work and its SI unit.
- calculate work done using equation
- Work = force x distance moved in the direction of force
- define energy, kinetic energy and potential energy. State unit of energy.
- prove that kinetic energy K.E. = mv and potential energy P.E. = mgh. Solve problems using these equations.
- list the different forms of energy with examples.
- describe the processes by which energy is converted from one form to another with reference to
- state mass energy equation E = mc and solve problems using it.
- describe the process of electricity generation by drawing a block diagram of the process from fossil fuel input to electricity output.
- list the environmental issues associated with power generation.
- explain by drawing energy flow diagrams through steady state systems such as filament lamp, a power station, a vehicle travelling at a constant speed on a level road.
- differentiate energy sources as non renewable and renewable energy sources with examples of each. define efficiency of a working system and calculate the efficiency of an energy conversion using the formula: efficiency = energy output converted into the required form / total energy input
- explain why a system cannot have an efficiency of 100%.
- define power and calculate power from the formula: Power = work done / time taken
- define the unit of power “watt” in SI and its conversion with horse power.
Physics Class 9th (KPK) Chapter 7 Properties of Matter
- state kinetic molecular model of matter (solid, liquid and gas forms).
- describe briefly the fourth state of matter i.e. Plasma.
- define the term density.
- compare the densities of a few solids, liquids and gases.
- define the term pressure (as a force acting normally on unit area).
- explain how pressure varies with force and area in the context of everyday examples.
- explain that the atmosphere exerts a pressure.
- describe how the height of a liquid column may be used to measure the atmospheric pressure.
- describe that atmospheric pressure decreases with the increase in height above the Earth’s surface. explain that changes in atmospheric pressure in a region may indicate a change in the weather.
- state Pascal’s law.
- apply and demonstrate the use with examples of Pascal’s law.
- state relation for pressure beneath a liquid surface to depth and to density i.e., (P=pgh) and solve problems using this equation.
- state Archimedes principle.
- determine the density of an object using Archimedes principle.
- state the upthrust exerted by a liquid on a body.
- state principle of floatation. explain that a force may produce a change in
Chapter 8 Thermal Properties of Matter Class 9th Physics Notes KPK
- define temperature (as quantity which determines the direction of flow of thermal energy).
- define heat (as the energy transferred resulting from the temperature difference between two objects). list basic thermometric properties for a material to construct a thermometer.
- convert the temperature from one scale to another (Fahrenheit, Celsius and Kelvin scales).
- describe rise in temperature of a body in terms of an increase in its internal energy.
- define the terms heat capacity and specific heat capacity.
- describe heat of fusion and heat of vaporization (as energy transfer without a change of temperature for change of state).
- describe experiments to determine heat of fusion and heat of vaporization of ice and water respectively by sketching temperature-time graph on heating ice.
- explain the process of evaporation and the difference between boiling and evaporation.
- explain that evaporation causes cooling.
- list the factors which influence surface evaporation.
- describe qualitatively the thermal expansion of solids (linear and volumetric expansion).
- explain thermal expansion of liquids (real and apparent expansion).
- solve numerical problems based on the mathematical relations learnt in this unit
Chapter 9 Transfer of Heat Physics Class 9th KPK
- recall that thermal energy is transferred from a region of higher temperature to a region of lower temperature.
- describe in terms of molecules and electrons , how heat transfer occurs in solids.
- state the factors affecting the transfer of heat through solid conductors and hence, define the term Thermal Conductivity.
- solve problems based on thermal conductivity of solid conductors.
- write examples of good and bad conductors of heat and describe their uses.
- explain the convection currents in fluids due to difference in density.
- state some examples of heat transfer by convection in everyday life.
- explain that insulation reduces energy transfer by conduction.
- describe the process of radiation from all objects.
- explain that energy transfer of a body by radiation does not require a material medium and rate of energy transfer is affected by:
- colour and texture of the surface
- surface temperature
- surface area
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