CBSE Worksheet for chapter-4 Force and Laws of Motion class 9

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  1. Galileo’s Experiment, Inertia and its types, Newton’s First Law of motion
  2. Momentum, Newton’s second law of motion, Units of force
  3. First law of motion by second law of motion

Force and Laws of Motion


  1. Newton’s second law of motion:
    1. Defines force
    2. Defines inertia
    3. Gives measure of force
    4. None of these
  2. Newton’s first law of motion is:
    1. Qualitative
    2. Quantitative
    3. Both quantitative and qualitative
    4. Neither qualitative nor quantitative
  3. The law which defines force is:
    1. Newton’s third law
    2. Newton’s first law
    3. Newton’s second law
    4. None of these
  4. Mass measures amount of ---------- in a body:
    1. Inertia.
    2. Motion.
    3. Velocity.
    4. Acceleration.
  5. A man sitting in a train in a motion is facing the engine. He tosses a coin up, the coin falls behind him. The train is moving:
    1. Forward with uniform speed
    2. Backward with uniform speed
    3. Forward with acceleration
    4. Forward with retardation
  6. A body A has a mass 5 kg. Now this is broken into two pieces. Is inertia of the two pieces combined more than the inertia of A when it was not broken:
    1. Yes
    2. No
    3. May or may not be
    4. None of these
  7. Newton’s second law of motion is
    1. Qualitative
    2. Quantitative
    3. Both qualitative and quantitative
    4. Neither qualitative nor quantitative
  8. When a force 1N acts on mass of 1kg, which is able to move freely, the object moves with a/an:
    1. Speed of 1 m/s
    2. Speed of 1 km/s
    3. Acceleration of 10 m/s2
    4. Acceleration of 1 m/s2
  9. A body of mass M strikes against wall with a velocity’ v’ and rebounds with the same velocity.
    Its change in momentum is:
    1. Zero
    2. Mv
    3. -Mv
    4. -2 Mv
  10. A body of mass 5 kg undergoes a change in speed from 20 m/s to0.20 m/s. The momentum:
    1. Increases by 99 kgm/s
    2. Decreases by 99 kgm/s
    3. Increases by 101 kgm/s
    4. Decreases by 101 kgm/s


  1. Define force.
  2. Define inertia. State its three types.
  3. State Newton’s first law of motion.
  4. A force F1 acting on a body of 2 kg produces an acceleration of 2.5 m/s2. Another force F2 acting on another body of mass 5 kg produces an acceleration of 2 m/s2. Find the ratio F2/F1.
  5. A force of 20 N acting on a mass m1 produces an acceleration of 4 m/s2. The same force is applied on mass m2 then the acceleration produced is 0.5 m/s2. What acceleration would the same force produce, when both masses are tied together ?


1. (C) 2. (A) 3. (D) 4. (A) 5. (C) 6. (B) 7. (B) 8. (D) 9. (D) 10. (B)

Subjective Problems:

  1. Answer F2/F1= 10/5= 2.
  2. For mass m1=F/a = 5 kg.
    For mass m2= F/a = 40 kg.
    When m1 and m2 are tied together then a = 0.44 m/s2

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

Q1. Which chapter is force and laws of motion class 9?

Ans. If you are a student of class 9 who is using the NCERT Textbook to study Science, you must come across Chapter 9, Force and Laws of Motion.

Q2. Why do we fall ill notes?

Ans. The various causes of diseases are:

  • Pathogens (virus, bacteria).
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  • Lack of public health services.

Q3. What are balance and unbalanced forces?

Ans. The force is equal in size and opposite in a direction. Balanced force does not result in any change in motion. It does not fit. Strength: the force applied to an object in the opposite direction equal in size. Unequal force leads to changes in motion.

Q4. Why does an object stay at rest?

Ans. Inertia causes a moving object to continue moving at the same velocity (speed and direction) unless the force is working on it to change speed or direction. It also causes the resting object to stay at rest.

Q5. Is weight a force?

Ans. Weight is a force, a vector quantity that has both magnitude and direction. In a plane, the weight is always directed to the earth's center.

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