Given below are the
Class 10 Science
Important Questions for electricity
a) Concepts questions
b) Calculation problems
c) Multiple choice questions
d) Long answer questions
e) Fill in the blanks
Short Answer Based questions
What is relation between KWH and Joule?
The Flow of electron constitutes the electric current in the wire. True or false?
A voltmeter has high resistance and it is connected in parallel True of false?
What is resistance of the conductor?
What is the SI unit of resistivity?
What are the applications of chemical effect of current?
What is same across the parallel combination of resistors Voltage or current?
What is critical temperature in metals?
Match the column
a.The total resistance in series combination of resistance
i. Is less than the smallest individual resistance
b.The total resistance in parallel combination of resistance
ii.Equal to sum of the resistances in the series
c. The quantity which remains same in every resistors in Series combination
d. The quantity which remains same in every resistors in Parallel combination
e.The quantity which is obtained by the summing up across the resistors in Series Combination
v.Is reciprocal of the sum of the reciprocal of all the individual resistance
f.The quantity which is obtained by the summing up across the resistors in Parallel Combination
Table type question
Two heaters A and B are given
Some more questions to be answered based on above data
Which Heater for high resistance
If 1KWH is priced at 30 paise,which heater will be turned costlier if they run for 1 hours each
Fill in the blanks
The positively charged electrode in an electrolytic cell is called ________.
The positively electrode in an electrochemical cell is known as ___________.
The potential difference between the ends of the wire of resistance 1 ohm is doubled, the electric power across the wire will ______ by _____.
The commercial unit of electric power is _________.
Mercury becomes super conductor when temperature is dropped to _______.
During the electrolysis of a salt solution,the electricity is carried by _______ and________.
3. This law states that current is directly proportional to voltage applied
4. This is a process for depositing a thin layer of desired metal over another metal
5. Instrument used to measure current
6. This alloy is used for making heating elements of electrical appliances
1. Substance having infinite resistance
2. Instrument used to measure Voltage
7. This is the unit of charge
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